Not to be confused with "easy" or "Michael J. Fox," "esay" represents the corporeal embodiment of awesomeness on Earth. In a way, esay is the atheists' equivalent of Jesus Christ can easily be viewed as a messiah.
Incorrect: "I think I aced that test. It was way too esay."
Even more incorrect: "Other than occasional voice acting, esay hasn't done a single good thing with his career since the 'Back to the Future' series."
Correct: "Esay is what makes life worth living. Otherwise, cats wouldn't ever use the litter box."
An abreivated word meaning 'to argue loudly and angrily, even when everyone else is against you'.
Jack was a total esay.