|1.||The Stuart Smalley Generation|
aka "Millennial Generation", aka "Entitlement Generation". Currently self described "Greatest Generation"'; Those born between 1982 and 1992 with an "entitlement" attitude. In reference to the Saturday Night Live character "Stuart Smalley" as performed by Al Franken.
"The Stuart Smalley Generation" "I'm good enough, I'm smart enough and dog gone it, people like me!" -- Stuart Smalley, SNL (Al Franken) Tag Line
(v.i.) to reawaken one's mojo. Remojification can have both internal and external causes. Where "mojo" can mean self-confidence, self-esteem and/or self-efficacy, remojification can mean restoration and/or increase of any or all of these things. Renewed sexual vitality may inform remojification, but it is not the sum total thereof.
A: I am a poor, pathetic wretch. I cannot succeed at work; I have no money; there are no women who think I'm attractive; I consistently fail to befriend children, the elderly and animals; and, I never say anything remotely clever. I will be lucky if I can spend my life in utter mediocrity without causing anyone else too much harm.
B: Man, it's time for you to remojify! I mean you are just going to *have* to get that mojo back, because it's the only thing that's gonna save you, and without it, you're surely lost! Remember, there has to be *some* reason why you're special! Be a spirit, not a ghost! I'm not talking that Stuart Smalley mumbo-jumbo, either! I'm talking about remembering who you really are! Don't let the bastards grind you down! The movement you need is on your shoulder! Just dig deep, my friend. Know that I am here for you. I believe in you! I know you can do better! Mark my words: YOU WILL REMOJIFY!
As in Al Franken, a true liberal who prefers to question all things conservative and generally gives those things a bad name.
Also, a legitimate comic genius who was staple on Saturday Night Live during the 80's and 90's, finally culminating in the notoriuosly bad movie "Stuart Saves His Family".
"Have you read the new Franken book? He ripped Ann Coulter a new ass!"
"The Stuart Smalley character played by Al Franken committed suicide three months ago. To bad it wasn't televised and real."