1. A hastily or sloppily drawn diagram or schematic, often drawn with brightly colored crayons, that attempts to explain or outline a sophisticated concept. Often seen as a result of small children attempting to explain some implausible device or plan, or as a result of adults who are in a hurry.
2. A letter or card whose message is written in crayon. Often the result of the writer's inability or disinterest in finding a pen or a pencil.
1. Junior made a crayolagram for his school project.
2. "Hey, I got your crayolagram. I liked the...bright colors."
A look of extreme disapproval conveyed to someone who is in the process of apologizing for a certain action. Typically seen in instances where the camera should be focused on the one giving the apology, but inexplicably includes an unrelated, disapproving person in the shot.
Named after Willie Geist, whose stern look of disapproval was, for whatever reason, included in the shot of Mark Halperin apologizing for calling Barack Obama a dick on MSNBC (later satirized by The Daily Show)
A go-to phrase for youtube comment boards used to offer consolation to youtube video content (usually a song) that, while otherwise relatively sub-par, is nevertheless far more accomplished and/or enjoyable than Rebecca Black's "Friday."
Youtube comment: Yo idk how this vid is kickin' on the front page when it should be chillin' on the back page, but it's still way better than Rebecca Black.