|1.||Parking lot alzheimers|
When you can't find your car in a parking lot because you've forgot where it is. Most of the time you wander around aimlessly until you find it like an older person who has alzheimers diesease.
What's that guy doing just walking around the parking lot like that? He looks like he's got parking lot alzheimers.
|2.||Go Go Gadget Alzheimers|
Wehn Inspector Gadget reaches his twilight years.
Go Go Gadget Alzheimers
A condition in which a golfer, when recalling how many strokes they had on the hole, can omit ceratain strokes from memory.
A person with this condition will forget that first drive that they sliced into the woods or the third shod that hit the bunker wall and rolled back to where it was previously. Unfortunately, the condition is tough to kick. It is also difficult to remind a person who is affected about a shot. Having the condition is often funny when reminded of a shot.
Golfer: hey phil, what did you have on that hole?
Golfer w/ GA: Uhh.. (looks forward, points once, twice, three times, and a fourth) I had a four.
Golfer: Oh. Good hole. Wait a sec, your first shot was OB. You had a six.
Golfer w/ GA: Umm... wasn't that last hole?
Golfer: No, that was this hole, you definately have golfers alzheimers. Haha
alternative name for alzheimers, a disease from which Ronald Reagan suffered
Diseases are often named for famous people who had them, ALS is commonly refered to as Lou Gehrig's Disease, so it would seem appropriate to call alzheimers Reaganosis.
condition when one suddenly forgets a frequently used online password
Tried to sign onto facebook using my dog's name, my birthday, and my favorite song, but looks like no status updates today. I got Password Alzheimers.
term in which one (typically, but not exclusively, an Irishman) doesn't remember anything about his life except
his grudges and past quarrells.
usually the result of dwelling on negative past experiences instead of family triumphs.
can also be the result of heavy drinking and on-track betting.
"My grandpa has a case of Irish Alzheimers. He can't remember anyone's birthday, but he remembers all the bookies who gave him bad tips at the Meadowlands 20 years ago."
Forgetting things SOMEtimes rather than all of the time, referring to the disease Alzheimers (ALLzheimers).
Gunther: Remember that time we ate lasagna?
John: No...I can't recall, but I DO remember the time we ate waffles!
Gunther: Yikes, you've got a bad case of sometimers.