When a word has too many Qs
All of these words are just too Q-cumbersome:
Albuquerque; equivoque; quaquaversal; querquedule; quinquagesima; quinquangular; quinquarticular;
quinqueangled; quinquedentate; quinquedentated;
quinquefarious; quinquefid; quinquefoliate; quinquefoliated;
quinqueliteral; quinquelobate; quinquelobared; quinquelobed; quinquelocular; quinquenerved; quinquennial; quinquennium; quinquepartite; quinquereme;
quinquesyllable; quinquevalve; quinquevalvular; quinquivalent; subquinquefid
the comedown felt by an Olympics host city when the games are over
The city seems gripped by Olympics withdrawal. Our sports-crack is all gone.
adj: when something completely sucks / antonym: excellent / noun: suckulence
I can't believe that suckulent crap was nominated for even one Oscar, let alone nine. And if it should win all, our standards in cinematic art will have sunk to the absolute depth of suckulence.
a cryptic 'under the radar' way of writing 'shit happens'
Sometimes your website posts get censored, but I say fogedaboudit; $#!t #@ppen$
short for a Ferris Bueller day -- in reference to the movie, "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" (1986)
Were you really sick on Friday or just taking an FB day?
acronym for Failure Is Not an Option
Jerry C. Bostick, Flight Dynamics Officer of the Apollo 13 mission, said to the 1995 movie's script writers, "We just laid out all the options, and failure was not one of them.", which totally inspired the writers and gave them the line, "failure is not an option" - or FINO.
Scottish term for a pleasant neighbourhood in a troubled city \ derived from "nae bother" – meaning no problem
Gang violence is pervasive in this city; mind, there are still plenty of fine naebotherhoods.