One of Leonardo da Vinci's lesser known works in which he described, in minute detail, the design for a time travel machine. Late in the 20th century, these journals were sold to Microsoft Corporation in order the fund ongoing anthropological quests for the Holy Grail by a private historian, based somewhere in the former USSR. It is believed that the forthcoming Windows release, Longhorn, will contain time travel capabilities which are currently under development at Microsoft's Redmond HQ, under the project name "Visual Surgleyfonk#++.NET".
Have you got Service Pack 2 for Visual Surgleyfonk#++.NET yet? It's important; it corrects a potentially harmful exploit in SPACETIMECONTINUUM.dll.
by pickles March 10, 2005
The thing that comes out of your mouth on those occassions when you really try hard to say 'nice' (with out an Errrr... in front of it) but your brain will not let you.
You go to your friends place to check out their new interior design... it's all leopard print with feature walls of hot pink with purple dots. They tell you they did it themselves and ask you what you think. You try hard (really hard) to keep a straight face and say 'nice' but instead Surgleyfonk slips out. example exaggerated to clarify
by Em Wun March 08, 2005
That feeling you get when you wake up with a hangover, including a headache, blurred vision and a furry tongue, and suddenly realise that you have a family lunch in half an hour.
Stumbling out of bed, I blearily make my way to the kitchen to find the Eno. Instead I see the calendar. Surgleyfonk!