A full-spectrum insult. Said at anytime and anyone to a silly remark.
1. A: I think Facebook friends are phoney.
B: Why don't you stay at home more often?
2. Chairperson: any more questions?
B: Yes: The speaker failed to tell us the real secret behind his vacuous smile.
Speaker: Yes I did. Why don't you stay at home more often? Do you want me to repeat that? Oright: WDY-SAHMO?
Short for whole wide world.
In wrting to avoid spelling out the cliche. Can also be used in speaking as www is known and in this case we get a subtle variation on the original www - the internet thing.
is coming and it's gonna go destroy the www - yeah, the whole wide world, the world wide web, and all. Take care, you read it here, first.
A chronicler of events who tries to curry favour with all the subjects (people) he writes about.
1. How can you take his history books seriously? He's no chronicler - just a cronycler of the high-ups, he'll crony up to any such.
2. So you didn't like what I wrote about him, eh? Well, you'll just have to lump it, won't you, I'm not the chronicler you were looking for.
Where a song is repeatedly played in a secluded room to drive someone nuts and confess. From water boarding.
When glueing him to his seat with chewing gum failed, we tried song-boarding him - his favourite Neil song. Within ten mins he went like, Ok, Ok, I'll tell you where I put the Doritos.
It's a continuation on the glass ceiling/glass closet idea. In eastern westernised societies men and women do come to a party together but segregate themselves in different corners upon arrival. You can see eachother but you can't cross over to meet: The glass purdah rules.
She: Bye now for a while, I've to go to my own side.
He: Look but don't cross, the glass purdah rules!
She: Looking is better than touching and thank god they don't put down a black purdah any more.
Anonymity in the electronic space
Is he still attacking you behind his e-purdah? Ignore the e-nonymouse, just a rat
A person who sends derogatory e-messages on blogsites behind the curtain of anonymity
He's just an e-nonymous person. A e-mouse even, ignore him.