word of the day: November 28, 2009
1) A description of a recipe that should not exist for religious reasons, but tastes good anyway. 2) Any cooking done with communion wafers.
Try some Matzo crackers and bacon dip - it's sacrelicious.
1) A person who believes the Rand Corporation, in conjunction with the saucer people, under the supervision of the reverse vampires, are forcing their parents to go to bed early, in a fiendish plot to eliminate the meal of dinner. Or, some variation on that theme involving but not limited to the following groups, people and events: Regular vampires, specifically gray or reptilian saucer people, the Antichrist, The Freemasons, The Bilderbergers, The Trilateral Commission, The New World Order, Skull and Bones, The Illuminati, The Kennedy (or any other) Assassination, The moon landing, The 9/11 Attacks, The Pearl Harbor Attack, Area 51, or fluoridation of drinking water.
If you believe Trilateral Commission Satellites are beaming mind-control rays past your tinfoil hat, you're a conspiracy nut.
(n) A well-known person who believes that the world desperately needs to hear their atrociously uninformed opinion on any given subject simply due to the fact they have easy access to the bully pulpit.
Why would I care about Barbara Striesand's opinions on the economy? She's a celebritard.
(n) 1) Someone who makes regular appearances on talk shows and lectures simply because he or she appears to be intelligent. 2) A B-list celebritard.
Usual experts Noam Chomsky and Ann Coulter were debating the war in Iraq this morning on the TV.
A member of the First Church of the Environment (Fundamentalist). Like the stereotypical cult member, these people are routinely seen wearing white robes and prattling on at great lengths about the end of the world being at hand. The primary difference between the Envirofundamentalist and a more traditional cult member is their blind blind is placed in pseudo-science rather than The Bible.
Al Gore is the ultimate example of an envirofundamentalist.
(n) The legendary end of the world as prophesied in the theological teachings of the First Church of the Environment (Fundamentalist) by Envirofundamentalist
s. The most common vision of the ecopocalypse involves the global climate passing a "tipping point" and the Earth turning into a burnt-out hulk no longer able to support life. Other variations on this theme include all the Earth's glaciers melting and turning Earth into Waterworld, and a global-warming induced ice age.
Repent! For the ecopocalypse is upon us in 10 years.... and it'll always be upon us in 10 years.