The corona virus; Covid-19.
Dude: Man, I'm not feelin' so hot.
Dude 2: Maybe you have flu manchu?
The favorite adverb of major news organizations when describing dreary economic news since 2009. It is believed to have originated around May 19, 2009, when Reuters reported "new U.S. housing starts and permits unexpectedly fell to record lows in April . . . denting hopes that stability in the housing market was imminent." Has since been incorporated into the style book of the Associated Press, as well as other journalistic entities.
Anticipated to remain in the forefront of economic reporting until the end of 2016, when it will "unexpectedly" disappear from the landscape.
"The pace of expansion in the U.S. manufacturing sector unexpectedly slowed in March, according to an industry report released on Monday."--Reuters, 4/1/13
"U.S. manufacturing unexpectedly contracted in November, falling to its lowest in over three years ..."--Reuters, 12/3/12
"Previously owned U.S. home sales unexpectedly dropped in March as a lean supply of properties kept the industry from generating a stronger recovery."--Bloomberg, 4/22/13
" Employers added fewer jobs than forecast in November and the unemployment rate unexpectedly increased ..."--Washington Post, 12/3/10
(n) when you get a little drunk and have sex with someone other than your significant other.
Joe: You got divorced? What happened?
Bill: Unconscious coupling. I got drunk at the office Christmas party and hooked up with Alexa from HR.
(n) a douchebag
president at the end of his term who often writes a pile of executive orders directing agencies to act in an overbroad and tyrannical fashion.
Dude1: Obama's gettin' a little crazy at the end of his third term.
Dude2: First of all, it's his second term; it just SEEMS like three terms. Second, he's a lame douche, so now he can be himself and do what he really wants.
The Nazi-like, officious, highly thorough TSA agent who pats down airline travelers in the security line. Etymology: derived from the German Nazi party rank of obergrupenfuhrer.
Me: In many countries the ubergropenfuhrer and I would be engaged after what he just did to me.
Derived from the Latin expression "in vino veritas" (in wine, truth). Describes the truth serum-like affect of Versed on a medical patient.
Dude1: "When the doctor gave me Versed before my surgery I started saying the weirdest things."
Dude2: "In Versed veritas!"