Economically challenged citizens who support conservative causes, despite the fact that doing so is against their economic self-interest.
"Didja see all those conserfs at their 9/12 march?"
(from the French "sirop de poteau") What Quebecers and others call imitation "breakfast syrups" like Mrs. Buttersworth or Log Cabin - suggesting that they are made by tapping dead telephone poles rather than real maple trees.
"Oh man, she made me pancakes in the morning, right? But all she had to put on them was some disgusting pole syrup!"
1. A declaration of complete approval, usually said after listing several qualities of the thing being approved; frequently used in an ironic or sarcastic sense. Popularized by sitcoms like Friends
2. Title of a Hannah Montana
"He's tall, he's sweet, has a great sense of humor, and he has a great job - what's not to like?"
"Upset? Why would I be upset? We've totaled the car, we can't get out, we wrecked an orphanage, the cops are on the way, and we've got 3 kilos in the trunk! I mean, what's not to like?"
Ross: It tastes like feet!
Joey Tribbiani: Well, I like it.
Ross: Are you kidding?
Joey Tribbiani: I mean, what's not to like? Custard, good. Jam, good. Meat, good!
"Well, my masturbation pay came in, so yeah, we can go get some fries."
Variation on "your lips to Gods ears
" - may the (perhaps improbable) wish you just typed be received by the Divine, and then brought to fruition. Another way to say, "Boy, I sure hope so!"
"It's like 1989 all over again, in Iran."
"Your keyboard to God's screen."
An intelligent person who is not only well-versed in his/her subject, but is also graced with an ability to make that subject come to life for others who may not have as much knowledge. A Sagan knows how to evoke childlike wonder and awe, while not taking himself/herself too seriously. Humanisitic, warmhearted, optimistic, and unpretentious. Not just a sage - a Sagan.
"That Neil DeGrasse Tyson - what an excellent example of a Sagan!"
"Yeah, David Suzuki too!"
"Our new manager started today - first thing he did was lay down new rules about coffee breaks. What an alpha-hole!"