A cover version of something, most commonly used as a musical term. Used to describe a 'song' as worse than the original or any predecessor.
That bastardisation of 'Stairway to Heaven' is awful.
That fucking silly bastard
derick nobcheese illustrates perfectly the way the english language endures bastardisation with his shit
explanation of said word:
Atomic Kitten have bastardisation
a song again!
Apple have bastardisation
microsoft, or tried to.
See? The silly fucking dumb cunt
Bastardisation, the process of, is a corrupted copy of a given original.
derick nobcheese is a bastardisation of a human being.
derick nobcheese's entry is a perfect example of a bastardisation of a definition.
It helps to use nouns properly in a sentence, preferably as nouns and not as verbs.
To bastardise something.
To make something very uncool out of something that used to be cool.
"Ice Ice Baby" by Vanilla Ice is a bastardisation of a Queen's "Under Pressure".
"I'll Be Missing You" by Diddy and Faith Evans is a bastradisation of "Every Breathe You Take" by The police.
When something is poorly done in an "individual style"
1337 is the latests bastardisation of the english language
Well, Bastardisation is a rterm given to the process of becomeing a bastard, or being a bastard, or even the term used to describe someone who has encountered the acts of a bastard.
That guy has just been through one hell of a bastardisation.
A copy of something done in their own style, usually crapper.
Atomic Kitten have bastardisation a song again!
have bastardisation microsoft
, or tried to.