Why I hate (trading) trophies.

Trading Trophy: noun

1. A trophy given to one who makes a good trade, financed by the recipient.
2. Verbal confirmation of a good trade, financed by thousands of dollars and hours of mistakes.
3. A living and breathing unicorn given to those that pick the top or bottom, financed by the gold at the end of a rainbow.

Origin:
From the makers of participation trophies.

Related forms:
tradophies, adjective

Synonyms:
Money donor, muppet, soft target

Antonyms:
Longevity, professional

Usage:
I tried to buy food with my trading trophy and the cashier called the cops.

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