Funny you mention that. Toronto’s Globe and Mail has a great column in its weekly Books supplement in which readers are challenged to come up with words or phrases in response to various topics. This week the challenge was to suggest a word or term for something for which there is no word in English, by altering another word or term.
Shaggenfreude: the delight in someone else’s miserable sex life.
Shimmygrant: a woman who is allowed to enter the country because she is an exotic dancer.
Cafkateria: dining establishment where ordinary food metamorphoses into unidentifiable casseroles.
Castrastrophe: a “whoops!” during a vasectomy.
Obfuskate: to play hockey in a confusing manner.
Some-sex marriage: when the honeymoon’s over.