73 definitions by lady chevalier

Noun, plural. Part of the eternal quest to find an appropriate word for a number of moose: large, rocktacious creatures that have a cult following but no appropriate plural noun.

Due to the growing number of moosii references seen in the last year or two, it has been suggested by moosii enthusiasts that moosii will be the new monkey Realists note that moosii's noted lack of opposable thumb (and therefore poo-flinging) may hinder this.

Of the available possible plurals for moose, Moosii is clearly the most superior. It beats out moosen, mooses, and meese by far.
There is a herd of moosii roaming the streets of Minneapolis.

...A cult is following them.
by Lady Chevalier May 23, 2005
Self-important or artistically-inclined person whose only conversation topics center around himself, his art, and his isolation from pop-culture and society. Extremely vocal; unable or unwilling to accept that not everything “mainstream” is bad. Typically wears Bohemian garb and listens to public radio; is unreasonably proud of his “reject” status in society. Frequently found in and around Liberal Arts colleges.
I am sick and tired of listening to Meredith talk about how no one understands her or her art. She is such a braggartist.

You know, there’s “good” eclectic, and then there’s “bad” eclectic. I’m all for soy nuts and public radio, but some of these braggartists are just crazy.
by Lady Chevalier July 10, 2005
Comical phrase used to emphasize suckiness of person, event, location, object, or idea.

Used because leeches, by definition (and life function) suck.

See also: like a vacuum, does what a Hoover does
This game sucks like a box full of leeches.
by Lady Chevalier July 05, 2005
A bearded lie that remembered to shave this morning.
Mom: Jimmy, that's a bare-faced lie! Go to your room!
Jimmy: Aw, Mom, come on! This lie hasn't shaved for two weeks!
by Lady Chevalier May 11, 2005
By email. (Compare to telephonically.)
I'll contact you emailically tomorrow.

Send me the resumé emailically.
by Lady Chevalier October 04, 2005
As conducive to giggling as fresh, hot bread (with butter) is to eating. You just can't help it.

A feel-good moment or situation. The laughter equivalent of Campbell Soup's mmm mmm good.
This definition really only works if you like freshly baked bread. But then, who doesn't?
by Lady Chevalier June 04, 2005
Military phrase, used to denote readiness.

'We're good to go'=we're ready for action.
Good to go, lock and load
I dont' know, but I've been told.
by Lady Chevalier June 02, 2004

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