Tuesday, August 5, 2008



1. Admirably suited; apt
2. Exhibiting an agreeably appropriate manner or style
3. Marked by happiness or good fortune

He left the palor with a felicitous step after experiancing the skilled madame's felacio.

I keep forgetting how felicitous my life really is.

For a customer service agent he sure was not very felicitous.

Friday, August 1, 2008



: a theory holding that the self can know nothing but its own modifications and that the self is the only existent thing; also : extreme egocentrism

The jerk practiced solipsism, which pretty much explains why he was a jerk.

I don't have to use it in a sentence, my solipsism suggests you don't exist. :P

I once went to the hospital and had my solipsism removed; I no longer exist.

I suck at creating sentences, maybe solipsism and I don't get along.

The points on the head have been assigned letters -- for example, the crown is A, the hairline is B and so on, so lips is M.

Thursday, July 31, 2008


efficacy (noun)

: the power to produce an effect

Yes, it's true, though all of Mudville was disappointed, his wife still loved him, and decided that night she would efficacy.

Her efficacy as a parent was such that her children behaved like gibbons in a zoo.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008


superannuated (adj)
Retired or ineffective because of advanced age:
Outmoded; obsolete:

Dick Clark's deal with the devil is contingent on the fact that he is never superannuated.

My mom makes the best spaghetti! I know you agree because you said it's superannuated.

How can anyone be productive with such superannuated office tools?

Monday, July 28, 2008



1 : given to prosy, rambling, or tedious loquacity : pointlessly or annoyingly talkative

2 : wordy

His garrulous nature made me reluctant to answer the phone when he called.

The entire Senate fell into a deep slumber as the Senator from Idaho continued his unrelenting, garrulous diatribe on the evils of cow tipping.

Using the word garrulous is, in fact, garrulous.

The garrulous woman called me a cheauvinist proponent of a patriarchal society, but I thought it would have had more force just to call me a dick.

There is a certain someone that whenever I am in their company their garrulous manner makes me wish I had duck tape to apply to the hole that the words are coming forthwith.

Thursday, July 24, 2008



a. Appearing worn and exhausted; gaunt.
b. Wild or distraught in appearance.

After 87 years, 16 children, 3 husbands, and a cattle ranch, is it any wonder the old woman looks haggard?

After wild search for our lost dog, the quart of demon rum, and myriad importunate questions, we were an ill-looking, haggard crew not fit company for man or beast.

As old as he is, Merle sure is looking haggard!

Thomas and I played Final Fight, and while I'm good with Cody, Thomas really Haggar'd the enemy.

"This is the best part of my job," he thought as he shined his flashlight through the window of the parked car onto the half-dressed and haggard individuals within.

When I view myself in the mirror in the AM my appearance is truly haggard until I have completed my transformation into a functioning human being for the world to see.

Amy Winehouse looks emaciated and haggard.

When Ted Haggard's "secret" came out, he was looking very haggard.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008



1: a superiority in weight, power, importance, or strength

2 a: a superiority or excess in number or quantity b: majority

When it was a puddle, there must have been a preponderance of water.

Even though the preponderance of evidence suggested fallacy, the moron clung to his belief like a crack-whore to a pipe.

There is a preponderance of perfectly preposterous prime-time puns pouring from people's projection plasma's nightly.

You would think that the preponderance of complaints by employees involving one supervisor would negate a change in their position.