23 definitions by Stephan Smolka

George Carlin mockingly said, "How are you - I'm Fine.
'No! you are not fine. Your HAIR is FINE!!"
by Stephan Smolka December 12, 2009
Monster head. I big ugly head on a disproportioned body.
Charlie Brown comic strip characters come close to looking like encephalophaguses.
by Stephan Smolka September 23, 2008
Verbosely defined as someone who sells their own personal morals and/or values for the idea of money, not necessarily for sex.
At work I feel like I prostitute myself, having to agree with my boss, lest he fire my ass.
by Stephan Smolka January 6, 2009
Someone who erases the past to fit their vision of the present. From the George Orwell novel '1984'.
Why dwell on your sad childhood memories? Just have a orwellian historian take your unhappy pictures and home movies and have them destroyed. Then you block them out of your mind for good.
by Stephan Smolka September 24, 2008
Demanding a level of commitment from someone in a relationship, as if they should have read your mind. A way of keeping someone focused on their own faults, keeping you safe and secure from reproach.
With my girlfriend, not only did I have to remember all the holidays and what we did and wore that day, I had to remember everthing we said to each other and know what kind of gift she wanted and how I was supposed to present them to her. What a perfection abuse hell I had to live through!!
by Stephan Smolka November 20, 2009
There is a fundamental connection between technology, physical reality and nature. And the parallels between technology and nature are astounding.
Smolka's Postulate reveals that cars have systems that match that of animals; ie: gas tank - stomach, catalytic converter - liver, carburetor - lungs and so on. A computer hard drive needs to defrag every so often, like a mind needs to dream(believing that doing so consolidates information in the brain).
by Stephan Smolka September 5, 2009
A play on the 'soup nazi' on Seinfeld. What you are faced with when you try to speak to the host and don't phrase your question the proper way.
When it was my turn to speak, I asked the host, "How are you?" and in radio nazi fashion got booted off the air!
by Stephan Smolka December 12, 2009