The London Evening Schadenfreude (now only 10p)

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Taken from dictionary.com

schadenfreude
 

“malicious joy in the misfortunes of others,” 1922, from Ger., lit. “damage-joy,” from schaden “damage, harm, injury” (see scathe) + freude, from O.H.G. frewida “joy,” from fro “happy,” lit. “hopping for joy,” from P.Gmc. *frawa- (see frolic).

Though equally we could have hubris…

hu·bris <script>&lt;br&gt;</script>

<script>lay_w2(&quot;H0312100&quot;)</script>n. Overbearing pride or presumption; arrogance

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