18 definitions by Albert Miaskovsky

A disgruntled, humorless Zionist caught in the throes of a gender dysphoria and a fleeting literary career.
When bitterness exceeds boredeom...
by Albert Miaskovsky August 27, 2004
pun on the Russian word 'suslik' (суслик), a term of endearment. The word 'suslik' pertains to a small animal of some sort, and is a diminutive.
Souslique is the French version of Suslik.
by Albert Miaskovsky April 5, 2010
A combination of the trademark names 'Versace' and 'Gucci'
She bought 50K worth of vergucci on his platinum.
by Albert Miaskovsky March 29, 2005
1. A community on the western edge of Queens in New York City, notorious for its Arab and Greek population, pretentious, low-quality eating establishments, and dirty, overcrowded and overpriced cafes where the youth gathers nightly to drink their lives away.

2. A Medievalesque town in western Queens which lacks only the proverbial walled fortress to complete its backwards image.
Venturing out into the city would mean encountering new and interesting people. So instead, let's all go down to Astoria and chill in Remy and Athens...
by Albert Miaskovsky May 5, 2004
1. In short, "da man"

2. The man who aided the dilapidated, mud-splattered Soviet people in obtaining the freedom they desired by liberalizing the Soviet system in unprecendened ways.
If it weren't for Gorbachev, we'd still be wearing Adias sweatpants and sandals with socks.....

oh wait...
by Albert Miaskovsky August 23, 2004
The economical programme pioneered by Mikhail Gorbachev in 1986, including social reform in the name of glasnost, allowing more economical and political freedoms to the Soviet populace. As populary mentioned, this programme was not the cause of the collapse of the already weakened Soviet Union but merely a catalyst for that inevitable event.
Perestroika was a step in the right direction, allowing the populace of the USSR to formulate their own devices for the future, thereby collapsing the USSR atop themselves, willingly and rightfully. Hail Mikhail Gorbachev!
by Albert Miaskovsky August 23, 2004
A sense of apathy and lassitude brought about by either societal or personal stagnation. Akin to languor, but more closely tied to existentialism and post-war Europe.
As seen in the film L'Avventura, by Michelangelo Antonioni. As characterized in post-war European literature.
by Albert Miaskovsky May 5, 2004