Gyles Brandreth was on the Radio 4 programme Broadcasting House this morning, reading out some listeners' suggestions for words that don't currently exist but should. Examples included:
neologasm: the buzz that comes from making up a new word; the lightbulb thrill when that new word comes to mind
plutocrap: the astronomical amount of dog dirt on city streets
g-spat: post-coital argument
venealogy: tracing relations back to where you got that nasty rash from
fadomasochism: taking morbid pleasure in Portuguese folk music
cyclopath: a lout cycling on the pavement
Listen here for another six days (Gyles Brandreth is on 23 minutes in, then again at 54:15).