Verbosely defined as someone who sells their own personal morals and/or values for the idea of money, not necessarily for sex.
At work I feel like I prostitute myself, having to agree with my boss, lest he fire my ass.
Incincere behaviour by a group or individual to abtain either status, approval or money.
Game shows on TV are quite a puppet show. Contestants and their families are encouraged to act outrageously to drum up ratings.
The lamest rhetorical question in the English language. Requires the answer of 'Fine' no matter how you feel or why you are going to have a conversation. An exercise for the lips and tongue.
I was dying of cancer and had to see my doctor. He asked me, "How are you?"
Someone who erases the past to fit their vision of the present. From the George Orwell novel '1984'.
Why dwell on your sad childhood memories? Just have a orwellian historian take your unhappy pictures and home movies and have them destroyed. Then you block them out of your mind for good.
First Introduced by David Icke
. A repeater just repeats what he or she just was told without thinking about it, frustrating someone who finds out whats repeated is a lie. Usually found in government bureaucracies.
Repeaters at the doctors office kept telling me that drugs and surgery are the only cures to what ails me.
The gradual conversion of your wealth and possessions to the government, through taxes, inflation and unjust laws.
Due to financial erosion, I opted to not maintain my property while I scrape up the cash to pay the property taxes.
The ability for the least prosperous of the masses to reach the most number of people.
Through the technology of the internet, there is more social leverage, opposed to newspapers and radio.