Foh-mee (n) 1. A sex act performed by (usually Asian) prostitutes in a bathhouse brothel, in which the nude male customer is bathed and lathered up while laying on his back, followed by the prostitute sliding her naked body up and down upon his.
As soon as I get to Manila, I'm going to get a Foamy!
Repetitive sitcom appearing in the 90's and early 2000's featuring whiny jewish humor and unrealistic, cornball slapstick. Each episode was roughly the same as the last with varying degrees of change such as character George not getting along with woman B as opposed to woman A yesterday. Highly popular among the bread and circuses crowd who also revere American Idol.
"Our new boss never wants to try any new approaches. He is very Seinfeld-like."
j-ahn stoo'-wart (n) Overly revered, under-talented comedian/political schill who hosts the highly partisan "The Daily Show." Stewart appeals to the bread and circuses crowd by using only parts of many news stories rather than the full accounts. By reporting that "George Bush sent unarmed women into Iraq today" rather than including the remaining "to bolster the ranks of the medical corps' nurses" Stewart is able to garner a few laughs from the armchair/dope field warriors plaguing the nation.
"Come on. Is that the full story, or are you giving me the Jon Stewart version?"