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D Mervin Ffingir writes, and having writ, moves on:
Sunday, August 24, 2014
Daycation: A really short holiday.
Naycation: A holiday taken by someone who hates holidays, and spends the entire trip saying no to whatever her/his travel companions suggest.
Flaycation: An S&M couple's holiday.
Laycation: A holiday with an explicitly focussed agenda.
Gaycation: A holiday in LGBTQ-friendly destinations.
Greycation: Senior citizen holiday.
Hey!cation: Basically, Goa, where you meet everyone you went there to get away from.
Décation: Shobhaa takes a break.
Feycation: A doomed holiday.
Yaycation: Whoopie! A holiday at last!
Fraycation: A nervous holiday.
Jaycation: An exotic holiday, something one immediately posts pictures of on Facebook to provoke jealousy. Also: Saycation: a holiday you take just so you can talk about it later.
Veycation: Oy! A kosher holiday.
Wheycation: No milk solids, please.
LostYourWaycation: Look at the damn map, will ya?
Lehcation: Ladakh is wonderful around now.
Praycation: Most of India's tourism.
Quaycation: Sittin' on the dock, strollin' the promenade..
Quakation: Disaster tourism.
Raycation: Take me somewhere sunny!
Fakation: Where you tell everyone you're going out of town, but you stay home and watch lots of TV and don't bathe.
Playcation: A holiday where the kids get taken care off while Mummy and Daddy get drunk and get some sexy time.
Maycation: If that leave application gets approved..
Mehcation: "How was your holiday?" "Meh."
Sleighcation: Dashing through the snow..
Slaycation: Where serial killers go.
Weighcation: Eat like pigs all day.
Imprecation: Eff-all holiday.
Intoxication: Eff it. let's stay home and drink.
Inspired by a bit in World Wide Words, a newsletter I subscribe to, in which a reader riffed on the neologism 'staycation.'
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