HOLD THE COPROPHAGIA
“Intense hysteria,” she recited now, from memory, “depression, coprophagia, insensitivy to cold, echolalia.” She kicked her shoes in the direction of the wardrobe’s open door. “Hold the coprophagia,’ she added.
(Via Gibson Blog)
When I read William Gibson, I often have to look up a few words. Sometimes the meaning is surprising/interesting/unexpected/funny like in the case of caprophagy and echolalia.