9 definitions by tagonist

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1. Refers to any class of people other than tax-avoiding corporate elites such as GE and Exxon. In contrast to the above definition of the phrase, this definition acknowledges that taxes have not risen for most Americans, and especially not for record-smashing billion-dollar profit companies who shelter their earnings from taxation with off-shore subsidiaries.

It also refers to the hard work done by working class and middle class people that pays social security and income taxes to the federal government. This is the work that keeps our society functioning by paying for schools, roads, hospitals, and other basic life necessities that the free market has failed to provide in an equitable and socially responsible manner.
John: What do you think of the middle class these days?

James: It pays the taxes.

John: What do you think of the wealthiest corporations in the world?

James: Not so much ...


Jane: How would you describe the labor of the people?

Jenny: It pays the taxes.

Jane: How would you describe the capital of the elites?

Jenny: Derived from the taxes paid by the people.
by tagonist April 15, 2010
the female equivalent of a sausagefest; a party with many more women than men
When Tanya noticed that the party consisted of all women, she exclaimed "What a tunafest!" And then everyone went to run naked at Primal Scream, which was more of a sausagefest.
by tagonist May 16, 2006
To have gone bat-shit crazy, due to the Quechua word for bat feces.
Did you see Pat Buchanan on Fox News? He's totally gone guano!
by tagonist July 15, 2009
Verbed form of whatever. To engage in an unspecified activity; sometimes a euphemism for casual sexual behavior.
She and I have been whatevering for 2 weeks, but I don't know if it's going anywhere.
by tagonist April 07, 2005
bat-shit crazy
Neil Halelamien is guano loco, man!
by tagonist July 15, 2009
Mix food and drink in the mouth to combine their flavors and textures.
1. Some people dunk their cookies in milk, but I prefer to take a bite of cookie and then use the milk to genelli.
by Tagonist June 28, 2014
not to be confused with its more popular cousin, 'numerology', NUMBERology is the study of correlations between the NUMBERS (which are real, unlike 'numers') we see in our environment and the events that occur around the same time. common examples include golden birthdays, anagram time (eg at 10:01 am or pm bust out an anagram, just for fun), and historical coincidences (see example below).
from astrological numberology:

S: The death of this terrorist leader...the removal of corrupt leaders...the massive deaths of people from natural disasters...could this be a cleansing of the world? Where good people get to go to heaven, bad people die and the world prepares for a more peaceful existence? Could this be what 2012 theories are talking about. Death of the "old world ways"?

R: my numberological analysis agrees and suggests this is one of the omens of the dawning of the age of aquarius, the 11th sign. today is 5/01/11 and completes a 10 year cycle starting on 9/11/01. aquarius is an air sign and the WTC was an aerial attack, so today's justice also signals air mastery. the WTC LOOKED like a 11, we should rebuild BOTH TOWERS!!!
by tagonist May 01, 2011

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