Sunday, 16th March 2014
by Joshua Gaskell
Buyer’s remorse, n.
Pronunciation: /ˈbaɪə(r)z rᵻˈmɔːs/
Etymology: < buyer n. + remorse n., orig. and chiefly U.S.
1. A feeling of regret experienced after making a purchase, typically one regarded as unnecessary or too expensive.
2. The feeling of seeing a torrent of a film, album etc. after having paid for a copy.