1) n. anything woefully underqualified for a given task
2) v. to select without regard for consequences; to use folksy language but not actually say anything, often used when speaker does not know what they are talking about
1) I can't believe they promoted that palin instead of me. He can barely pronounce his own name!
If you want to kill a moose, a BB gun is a real palin.
2) They definitely palined that car. It doesn't even have an engine, much less a driver's seat.
Steve: Hey man, did you...?
Bob: You betcha. *Wink* Doggoneit, I sure have a history of...
Steve: Shut up and listen to the question! I don't want to hear your palining.