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1.) n. Portmanteau - pre-emptive remorse. When you're okay with the regret and shame you're going to feel (oxymoronic as that may seem), usually for instant gratification.

2.) adj. some real word meaning "having jagged edges" or something. Probably fits.

Mike: I can't believe I'm gonna have sex with this chick. She is way too fat and ugly. I'm never gonna hear the end of this one.
Tonya: Keep your premorseful thoughts to yourself.


Fratty Ice Light: I have a test tomorrow. I should really study tonight. I'm gonna be so pissed at myself for gettin drunk tonight.
Fratty Ice: Sounds like you've got some premorse. You need to shotgun a beer or else take that pussy talk to Alpha Phi's.
by testicles...that is all August 14, 2010
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The feeling that you're about to regret something just before you do it anyway (against your better judgment), which is immediately followed by the action and the confirmation that it was a bad idea; remorse suffered in advance.

Also shows up as that little voice in your head which says, "I've got a bad feeling about this...."
Just as I had a sense of premorse that I should grab a napkin before eating any more blueberry pie, a giant blue glob fell off of my fork onto my white shirt.

Or, for those who work on cars or other mechanical objects, the sense of premorse that you should reposition your hand, just before the wrench slips and you bang up your knuckles on something hard and painful.
by Gapgrin July 08, 2009
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