a measure of time, the Romney, is defined as the 3 1/2 hour window in which a grown man running for president can change his deeply held conviction to its opposite.
the Romney was first proposed by John Stuart on the Daily Show, 2012/03/01
oh my god, I've been in this f'ing car for 2 and a half Romney now, I need to pee... no i don't
(verb) to defecate in terror
This colloquialism originates in the infamous and widely publicized 1983 incident where Mitt Romney strapped his Irish setter, Seamus, to the roof of his car whilst driving to Canada, causing the terrified dog to defecate.
"The door of the cab literally GRAZED my knee as it whizzed by. I nearly Romneyed!"
"The best part of working a haunted house is seeing the big tough dudebro
types trying not to romney in front of their girlfriends."
A lie that no-one is stupid enough to believe.
Mitt Romney ad claimed that President Obama called Americans lazy. The claim was so obviously false, that Politifact - a trusted fact checking website - rated Romney's statement a "pant's on fire" lie.
Usage: Mitt told a Romney when he sad President Obama called Americans Lazy.
Obama was referring to US efforts to spur foreign investment.
"The three and a half hour in which a grown man running for president can change his deeply held conviction to its opposite."
Based on Jon Stewart
's criticism that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney
changed his opinion on a contraception bill within 3.5 hours.
: "Oh my god, we've been sitting in this car for two and a half Romneys now!"
To switch sexual preferences depending on who one is with. Named after Massachusetts governor and presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who was accused of "flip-flopping" on several key issues.
"I had heard Jane didn't do anal, but last night she totally Romneyed!"
"Jason told me last night he always places his partner's pleasure before his own, but based on past experiences I think he might just be Romneying."
A measurement of tax rate, equal to 13.9% of income.
My tax rate is 36%, or about 2.6 romneys.
verb: (1) to fire
someone with glee
(2) to be fired
; to gut a company, send American jobs overseas, then claim to have created jobs (in India)
(a)"He romneyed the whole department, I think he got an erection doing it!"
(b) "I got romneyed last week after 23 years on the job; they even took my pension!"
(c) "He increased profits by romneying the IT department to India; but hey, he created all those jobs!
While not widespread, "to pull a Romney" means to run away from a problem, as illustrated when Mitt Romney literally ran away from a voter attacking him for his policy on the medical use of marijuana.
Guy #1: I turned my phone off because my girlfriend's pissed at me for some reason.
Guy #2: Dude, you know you can't hide from her forever, right? Don't pull a Romney on me, man.