uttered after second sneeze as a play on the German expression "Gesundheit", suggests said sneeze would cause heightened sexual satisfaction through increased vaginal contraction.
refers to the manner in which someone utters a particular word or phrase in an accent consistent with his/her native dialect, but inconsistent with the spoken language of the sentence.
"At 6:30 we will be covering an incredible story about a 39 year old woman from los-AN-jə-ləs, California who claims she can cure cancer with just a dash of peek-o-day-GY-o, shake of green SALL-sah, and generous amounts of drunken kah-ɽah-ꜜke."
Back to you Leen-DAH."
"Holy sh*t, that's was the most f*cked up up hyperethno-pronunciation I ever heard!"
telecommutants spend all or most of their workday at coffee chains, using computers or other telecommunications equipment. The mere cost of a latte and low fat chocolate twist entitles telecommutants to appropriate rent-free virtual office space to themselves with impunity.
"I'll get the coffee and you find us a table."
"I would, but the whole place is invaded with telecommutants!"
A revealing attempt to make oneself look better to others by embellishing their accomplishments or exaggerating the truth.
"He sounds totally legit, he's submitting his film to Cannes."
"Dude, every hollywood poser says they're 'submitting to Cannes'. He's got nothing, it's such the douche tell."
The adjuvant - Squalene.
According to Meryl Nass, M.D., an authority on the anthrax vaccine,
"A novel feature of the two H1N1 vaccines being developed by companies Novartis and GlaxoSmithKline is the addition of squalene-containing adjuvants to boost immunogenicity and dramatically reduce the amount of viral antigen needed. This translates to much faster production of desired vaccine quantities."v
Novartis's proprietary squalene adjuvant for their H1N1 vaccine is MF59. Glaxo's is ASO3. MF59 has yet to be approved by the FDA for use in any U.S. vaccine, despite its history of use in other countries.
Per Dr. Nass, there are only three vaccines in existence using an approved squalene adjuvant. None of the three are approved for use in the U.S.
"Hey Jane, you're a nurse, what do you think about the safety regarding the use of Squalene in the H1N1 Swine Flu vaccine?"
"Well Marsha, immunologic adjuvants are substances, administered in conjunction with a vaccine, that stimulate the immune system and increase the response to the vaccine. Squalene is one of those adjuvants. It is added to improve the efficacy of several vaccines, including pandemic flu and malaria vaccines. Do I think it's safe? I don't know, all I can tell you is that the FDA has not approved it yet."
One who succumbs to every annoying frozen yogurt trend and must fervently extol the preeminence of one dairy peddler over another.
"Purple Swirl kicks f*cking' ass over Berry Freeze, Biaaatch!"
"Lighten up Francis, you're such an acidouche-dophilus."
bad hair day. (pronounced: froʊˈpɑ)
"Did you see Kanye on Leno last night?"
"Yeah, that was a major fro pas."