Generalisation for play on existing names
There's one great example of narrowworldweb.
The ability to generalise; generalisation.
Me: I was doing my psychology revision-
Teacher: Congratulations! You're the only one in the class!
Me: Well, you used the word 'generalisability' in the guide you gave us. Didn't you used to teach high school English and should know that that isn't a word?
Teacher: ...it is a word.
Me: No. It's not.
A term which i find fits Kim quite well. Though it is a generalisation, which im opposed to, i think it is, by and large, true.
(If anyone does care, and wishes to argue their case, i'd like to hear from you. I like funny e-mails...)
Kim: Blah blah blah, i have problems with everyone. I'm always in an argument. PAY ATTENTION TO ME!
Lar: No-one care
3> Trailer park trash
4> A lazy idiot
5> A drunk
Not a generalisation... Definition based on conversations with a Alabama Man.
The Most Powerful Assassin of the 21st Century. Also the most unique.
That’s how I do my job-through the pure generalisation of others.
I have a lot of friends who follow the Goth subculture. Yes, Goths mainly dress themselves in black and possibly some black nail varnish and listening to metal tunes and such, but saying that all of them are drug-addicted, suicidal satanists is a pathetic generalisation. Not all Goths are like that, in fact i haven't met one of them with that kind of lifestyle. And even if they are, its their choice, and they don't deserve the hassle they get from close-minded idiots.
Leave Goths alone. Its their choice what to do with their life. You wouldn't like it if someone insulted and beated on you due to your lieftyle, would you?
"is your friend" - a generalisation of GIYF. Follows the name of a source of information whenever Google would not actually help.
"WTF does 'IYF' mean?"
"Urban Dictionary IYF!"