v. 1) employing ones wiles to rise to the top.
2) upper crust British catering, usually inedible.
1) Lemarette is the new shift manager! I thought I was good at katering but that fluffer must be masterful.
2) Two Earls died of explosive diarrhoea in the Royal enclosure at Ascot last week.
Only two? Sounds like the katering has finally improved.
v. calculate without using actual statistics, facts, or reasoning; act in a Glen Beck-esque manner.
Check out the way Sarah Palin is beckoning in her speeches. I beckon she'll be president soon!
I beckon most NFL fans are overweight cheese doodlers.
n. the layer of excess new humanity threatening to consume the earth's resources.
All these people twinsing and tripleting are creating a baby blanket that will cover the earth in spit-up and used diapers.
n. the period between dawn and sunrise when party girls have to arise and find their way home.
Drive carefully this morning. It's still nebtime and the streets are awash with lohans
What's the matter with you all coming in at nebtime like this! Wait'll I find my teeth so I can lecture you at length without covering you in spit.
n. Absolute smallest length of time a condom can be worn for effective protection.
That right there was the condominimum!
Yeah. I thought it was a tiny length.
n. The focus of the action; the place or trick to aim for or emulate. Originally an ice curling term for the rock the captain corn brooms but now widely used in the skate boarding world.
1) At this meeting we are going to hit the hammer rock so hard their power point will wreck!
2) Nice leapstand bro! But let's see you hit the hammer rock that Skatemark laid down yesterday
n. "sporting" activity in which marginally inebriated Canadians curl large lumps of granite down a frozen carpet of ice in order to obtain a "hammer" which, I believe, is the metric equivalent of a "fifth" of rye. Oddly enough a "fifth", in curling, is a player too incompetent to play well. Brooms are used to clear debris off the ice and roller blades can be worn for decreased traction but aren't compulsory.
Originally the game was played on Scotland's lakes by English soldiers with frozen lumps of haggis.
Dude! I feel like a bonspiel tonight! Let's totally whip some stones into the hack and try to knock out some inturns with a double raise!
Listen to yourself. You've only been curling for a month and already you sound like a Canadian stoner