omphaloskepsis (om-fuh-lo-SKEP-sis) nounA little on the button, non?
Contemplation of one’s navel. [From Greek omphalos (navel) + skepsis (act of looking, examination). Ultimately from the Indo-European root spek- (to observe) which is also the ancestor of suspect, spectrum, bishop (literally, overseer), despise, espionage, telescope, spectator, and spectacles.]
Speaking of "on the button," every now and then it's amusing to note some of the search terms that have brought people to this blog. In the past, such terms have included "Whoopi Goldberg nude" and "Dr J's nose drops." Today's term of note: words that melt a woman's heart. Let's safely assume that poor chap's quest remains incomplete. After all, if I knew words that would melt a woman's heart, do you honestly think I'd share them?