Scrough

Scrough

v. intr.
to mindlessly perform a tedious task that nobody will ever notice, required by a bureaucracy that nobody fully owns, in pursuit of outcomes that nobody really wants.

From scrow, to work hard + scroff, useless bits of leftover material + cog, a tiny forgettable element in a complicated machine. Pronounced “skrawg.”

Fygophobia

Adronitis

Allope

Wytai

Tillid

Innity

Nullness

Amuse-Douche

Heartmoor

Mimeomia

Hobsmacked

Hemeisis

Kenaway

Anaphasia

Pâro

Anecdoche

Mal De Coucou

Wenbane

Heart Of Aces

Waldosia

Merrenness

La Gaudière

Kairosclerosis

Fitching

Skidding

Fawtle

Monachopsis