noun. Like an ectoplasmgasm, but less sticky and more vengeful.
Real citation: “Instead, I took the scarf back to the girl at work. I said it was the only scarf that made me feel colder when I put it on. Zing! I was hoping she would cry and be mad at me. She did! She was! I swear I had a grudgegasm.”
(Andy Selsberg, “A Grudge Can Be Art,” Things I’ve Learned From Women Who’ve Dumped Me, p. 75)
Made-up citation: "My therapist is treating me for OCD, multiple grudgegasms, and a God complex the size of a Thanksgiving ham on steroids."