a boss who functions as the company cheerleader
A Sun-E-O will sometimes be heard saying "Wow, team, your hard work sure paid off."
multitasking employees proficient at doing several things all at once
Splitscreens can watch C-SPAN streams, talk on the phone, listen to the radio, send instant messages, and read CNN online all at once.
Seemingly polite and conventional people who intermittently make offensive, fleeting Tourette's-like statements to catch people off guard.
Flourettes enjoy peppering their conversation with unexpectedly rude comments to prove they aren't as tame as they seem.
People who interview strangers at parties, weddings, and social events moments after meeting them.
Griffins reveal little about themselves but quickly propel a rapid fire of question to whomever is the subject of their attention.
People who call friends and family regularly, but don't actually have anything to say.
A phone conversation with a telemute often consists of thirty minutes of you trying to come up with something to say.
Beloved relatives whose sensibilities and lifestyles nonetheless confound others in the family.
A disclaimer often accompanies a Wesminster Dog Show Aunt, such as "We love Aunt Jenny, but she's a little different. In fact, that's why we love her."
Passive-aggressive Jews who date non-Jews to avoid commitment.
When things get too serious, Antigentites simply break things off, insisting they can only commit to Jewish partners.