Song of the Day 8/24/2009

August 23, 2009 at 7:28 pm (Uncategorized)

bruce

On this day in 1978 – Bruce Springsteen appeared on the cover of “Rolling Stone.”

SuckersIt Gets your Body Movin’

Question of the Day:

Make up a word, and give us a definition.

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10 Comments

  1. Samkon said,

    Preesh (verb): To appreciate or give thanks for (Preesh that)

  2. Kel/y_H said,

    hangry: the emotion you feel when your blood sugar drops and you desperately need food, resulting in a cranky, famished anger

  3. ab said,

    stooker

    A woman who plays “poor college student” to her boyfriend long enough to save up for fake boobies, then leaves him the day of her surgery.

    *She must have also paid a professional photographer to capture this new best feature, then posted these scandalous photos to her MySpace page, making the profile access public for the first time in 5 years.

    A faster way of saying stupid hooker.

    • Nicole said,

      This is a lot of detail….True story, perhaps?

  4. Shannon said,

    Verbing – the practice of changing a noun to a verb, especially useful for describing a social trend. Example: Texting.

  5. amber said,

    S#!tacaine = Similar to S#!tstorm, only worse.

  6. Enoch said,

    hippieopathic [hip-ee-o⋅path⋅ic]
    Of or related to hippiopathy

    hippiopathy [hip-ee-o⋅path⋅ee]
    A system of self-regulated medical practice that treats a disease or other physical ailments by natural remedies without the aid of medical professionals.

    hippiopath [hip-ee-o-path]
    A healthy hippie.

    • Shannon said,

      A hippiopath sounds like someone who is pathologically hippie-like.

      • adamthepugh said,

        Or – one who hunts the hippo.

        Hippiopath

      • Enoch said,

        That’s a common misconception.

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