The act of speaking to an empty chair. Made famous by Clint Eastwood, speaking to an invisible President Obama in an empty chair at the 2012 Republican National Convention.
Some guy: Dude, are you talking to yourself?
Me: No, I'm eastwooding the sofa!
"You're crazy, you're absolutely crazy. You're getting as bad as Biden." - Clint, #eastwooding
An old crotchety rich white man fighting against an imaginary black threat
Clint Eastwood #eastwooding an invisible Barack Obama in that empty chair at the Republican National Convention could be interpreted as a guerrilla one-man act about underfunding of mental health care under a GOP administration.
”Eastwooding”: <verb> To carry on an imaginary conversation with an inanimate object. See also: schizophrenia.
"Josh was so drunk on Friday he was totally Eastwooding a pepperoni Hot Pocket. He insisted it was named Basil."
When one yells at a chair like Clint Eastwood did at the 2012 Republican National Convention
That chair was giving me attitude so I started Eastwooding
The act of questioning and/or berating a chair filling the role of someone else. Named after Clint Eastwood, who spoke at the 2012 Republican party convention while pretending Barack Obama was sitting in the chair next to him. Eastwood asked "Obama" questions about his policies and pretended to receive insulting responses.
"Ever since The Republican Convention, Tumblr is full of pictures of people Eastwooding with their chairs."
According to eastwoodings.com
Eastwooding is a verb.
- Eastwooding (verb) the act of pointing your finger or talking to an empty chair.
- Origin: Eastwooding started on August 30,2012 at the RNC (Republican National Convention) when Clint Eastwood (actor, producer, director) gave a speech/ skit critizing/ mocking Mr. President.
Eastwooding became popular on Social Networking websites when people started posting pictures of pointing their finger at an empty chair. As to critize, blame, make fun of an imaginary character.
As in She is eastwooding on the computer !