Fraudster’s English Dictionary : Psychicphant

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A new word has entered the lexicon as of 1:03 pm today, discovered at Mumford and Sons Marlow and Sons, a bakery and coffee place on Broadway in South Williamsburg.

PSYCHICPHANT – si-kick-fant : adjective

Full definition of PSYCHICPHANT:

A person who appraises someones future with flattery in order to craven benefit for their own needs.

An example of a PSYCHICPHANT using dialogue:

“Look into my eyes. Look into my eyes. I can see your future. You will be married eventually to a very beautiful woman. A psychic woman, who you’ve only just met. Possibly today. Possibly just now. Possibly with immigration difficulties.”

The photo of another, heavier, dictionary was from here.

 

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