This might get some different responses.
At my age, my pleasure comes when somebody else is doing the driving.
I'm old enough to remember when that word was used in Volkswagen commercials. I always thought it was a lame-as-crap ad slogan. Now "splatchenflouder" would have been an entirely different story. I just made that up.
John, in the unlikely possibility that you subconsciously dredged up "splatchenflouder" from the recesses of your mind, I googled it.
"Your search - splatchenflouder - did not match any documents."
Since you made up the word, would you consider making up a definition? <G>
Splatchenflouder: the experience of pleasure or joy that comes from witnessing the failure of an ad campaign centered on the use of a word in a foreign language that is meant to awe its audience, but which arouses derision instead. Closely related to the word Schadenfreude. (See Wikipedia on "Schadenfreude" for the shamelessly borrowed template of my made-up definition).
The words could be first cousins, John.
Schadenfreude is the experience of pleasure, joy, or self-satisfaction that comes from learning of or witnessing the troubles, failures, or humiliation of another.
I'll leave an unintended political segua out of this thread.