The contest is simple: Coin a new word.or use an existing one in a new way.
Define it and use it in a sentence. The winner get’s a $10 gift card from Amazon or Barnes and Noble.
The card is fine, but I prefer the thought of being the guy who originates a new word that takes over the language lexicon. (I mean, if “Bromance” can make it, why not my word?)
So without further adieu, here is my contribution.
Empurgament: Blend of employment and purgatory. To be stuck in an unwanted or unenjoyable job for an indefinite amount of time.
“The graduate labored at his empurgament while dreaming of a better economy.”