Germans love long compound words, known as Mammutwörter ("mammoth words").
The German word for "laws governing the labeling of pork," for example, is Schweinefleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz.
Among the best Mammutwörter are:
Erklärungsnot ("explanation poverty"); the inability to explain why you did something, or failed to do it.
Lebensmüde ("life tired" ); when you're so weary of life you perform a stupid act (like the one below).