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Pure, unadulterated soul without pulpits, confessionals or holy water for your salvational pleasure.
by smudgetool December 16, 2010
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n. Morbidly Obese. Overweight. A place that a person can go to by overeating and getting fat. A condition of being enourmous and rotund.

Origin is from the movie, What's Eating Gilbert Grape and the character who played Gilbert's obese mother, "Momma", Bonnie Grape played flawlessly by Darlene Cates .
"Yes, you may have another helping of cake and ice cream, but don't have so much that you go to Grapeville."

"If you don't stop eating at McDonalds everyday and go on a diet, you'll be in Grapeville in no time."

If a person is too overweight to sit in a single seat at a movie or in an airliner, then that person has definitely gone to Grapeville.

If the amusement park ride's locking-bar mechanism will not close and lock over an overweight person, then they have definitely gone to Grapeville.
by smudgetool September 4, 2006
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When a politician-type asshole whines and lies and then does a bait and switch tactic to regain the trust and support of voters or a contigency.

Origin is from Senator Joe Lieberman trying to sway voters to re-elect him again after lying and being a corporate, war-loving whore.
Bush is doing so horribly in the polls that he is likely to Pull a Lieberman to help the Republicans regain the public's trust.
by smudgetool September 5, 2006
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1) In mathematics, the process of turning whole numbers and/or variables into fractions by adding numerators or denominators.

2) To create a number expressed in the form a/b.
In order to solve this equation, we will first need to fractionize the x term.
by smudgetool March 22, 2011
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n. A Violin.

As used in the Strangers With Candy episode when Jerri Blank (played by Amy Sedaris) becomes a violin prodigy.
Jerri (Amy Sedaris) discovers she has a previously unknown talent in this episode of the off-color Comedy Central series. Kicked out of the Flatpoint High orchestra by Mr. Jellineck (Paul Dinello) for pounding on the timpani and refusing to follow directions, a distressed Jerri remains behind after class and begins experimenting with the various instruments. Eavesdropping on the horrible sounds coming from the orchestra room, Mr. Noblot (Stephen Colbert) is stunned when Jerri picks up the violin and starts playing beautifully. Soon taking her under his wing and forcing her to practice tirelessly, Mr. Noblot isolates Jerri from her friends and peers in order to vicariously experience the success that eluded him as a child. Distressed by the scratches on Jerri's hands from attempting to groom the family cat, Mr. Noblot brings Jerri to live with him so that she may focus entirely on her practicing. With Mr. Noblot's newfound obsession driving a wedge between him and Mr. Jellineck, and the disapproval of Jerri's father adding to the negative impact that practicing has had on her social life, Jerri decides to give up the "stringy paddle" (her name for the violin) the very night of the Tri-County Music Championship. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
by smudgetool September 9, 2006
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