Boycotting or otherwise protesting against a store that operates unethically or that is not consumer-friendly.
When we found out that Jack's Department Store paid its male employees 25% more than its female employees, we retailiated by putting up posters outside for Sid's Department Store.
The weird coincidence that happens when you decide to watch a repeat of a tv program that you've seen only (parts of) once before, and it turns out to be that one episode that you've already seen.
I've seen Seinfeld only once, so I thought I'd try to get into it watch the repeats ... turned on the tv and it was the one episode I'd already seen. Talk about deja view.
The odd feeling that you've had sex with someone, but can't remember meeting them.
I met this woman
Jane at a party
and got that strange sense of deja scru.
Writing that may contain typos, misspellings, abbreviations and symbols, some of which is intentional, some of which is accidental -- but "close enough" for the reader to figure it out.
Given the amount of twitterfication, it's clear that no one actually READ the article before publishing it; they simply relied on spell checkers.
A process of rationalization that looks for the silver lining in -- or puts a positive spin on -- a negative event.
They got three inches of rain, but he atleastified it by saying, "At least it wasn't snow."
The act of bringing a present to someone who has told you that it's not necessary to bring a present -- and especially of the type that they've repeated told you they really don't want/need. (See also "overgifting.")
Every time they come, they keep deafgifting us flowers, despite the fact that I told them they didn't need to bring ANYthing ... AND I'm allergic to flowers.
The fear of not being in constant touch with the rest of the world, usually evidenced by people who are constantly on their cellphone, tweeting, etc.
It wasn't her fault she drove off the road. She was on her cellphone, an obvious victim of connectaphobia.