Mimeomia

Mimeomia

n.
the frustration of knowing how neatly you embody a certain stereotype, without even intending to; the sense of bafflement at the extent to which we all seem to hew to certain tropes, each looking pretty much how you’d expect them to look, as if we’re all trick-or-treating through society wearing one of a handful of premade costumes, because we’re tired of answering the question, “What are you supposed to be?”

Ancient Greek μῖμος (mîmos), imitator, actor + μῖσος (mîsos), hatred. Pronounced “mim-ee-oh-mee-uh.”

Fygophobia

Adronitis

Allope

Wytai

Tillid

Innity

Nullness

Amuse-Douche

Heartmoor

Mimeomia

Hobsmacked

Hemeisis

Kenaway

Anaphasia

Pâro

Anecdoche

Mal De Coucou

Wenbane

Fata Organa

Ringlorn

Backmasking

Elsewise

Allope

Mal De Coucou

Amoransia

Adomania

Siso