I always thought German was the language of having a word for complex emotional states (Schadenfreude, Weltschmerz, etc.), but their Dutch cousins are apparently not too bad at it either. In this article, we learn that the Dutch lexicon contains a word for the "feeling of let-down" that comes "from repeating pleasures so often that they stop being pleasurable": genotsbevrediging. Isn't that like the coolest word ever?!?! I want to learn Dutch, now.
(Via Books, Inq.)