Duping Delight

Duping delight is a term used to describe the visible pleasure or satisfaction that manipulators display when successfully deceiving or fooling others. It involves a subtle, often involuntary, expression of delight, such as a smirk or smile, that betrays their enjoyment in outsmarting or misleading their targets. Duping delight provides a glimpse into the manipulator’s true intentions and reveals their joy in the act of manipulation.