Formerly a burrowing ant-eating mammal, today's aardvark has been bred to live above ground and consume vermin as well as insects. Part of the GOP's compassionate conservatism involves offering them as pets for the low-income parts of large cities.
Insertion of ad messages in new areas such as next to the floor numbers in elevators, on text messages, interrupting mobile phone calls, replacing auto horns, etc.
One holding the view that ultimate realities like death and taxes are unknowable. At least right up to the grave or incarceration.
Addled mind, foaming mouth. From the typical practice of right-wing bloviators.
High school diploma. No longer refers to B.A. / B.S. degrees as colleges became too expensive for anyone to attend.
Extinct bird due to NRA hobbyists' "sporting expeditions." Former national symbol of the U.S.
Establishment serving pharmaceuticals and alcohol.
Formerly, anyone associated with international high society. Now sometimes used to describe those who are actually attractive.
U.S. invasion technique using fast food franchises to undermine the health and well-being of competing nations.
Area set aside for legal prostitution. (From the pulsating laser lights used to mark the boundaries.)
One who writes ads or campaign speeches.
Largest-sized hamburger sold in popular fast-food chain.
Brand name of woman's undergarment that shapes and supports the buttocks. "Caboose: the top bra for your bottom!" (advertisement)
To enter where unwanted; to instude. "Don't camelnose in other people's business." (usually directed at GOP representatives or organized religions).
Former non-sports activities now referred to as sports. Following acceptance of "mixed martial arts" as a legitimate sporting event, the following were proposed: Land Mine Soccer, Car Sniping Championships, and Talker Toss (similar to dwarf tossing but with radio talk-show hosts).
Human formed from tainted lab ingredients; so named for their spots and patches of fur.
Visable particulate measured in PPPM (polluted parts per million). Average PPPM data for the U.S.:
1980 - 97.7
2020 - 975.8
2040 - 3554.2
When the media destroys a celebrity by paying no attention to them.
At first: Electronic Data Processing; now: Errors Distributed Profusely.
Electronic wallpaper. What used to be called television.
Theory that new qualities eventually appear in all living organisms. Very close to being disproved.
GOP process whereby the fringes of their party propose legislation that is draconian, misogynist, theocratic, racist, oligarchic, and/or fascist for the sole purpose of moving rightward the theoretical center of any forthcoming debate.
Over-use of cosmetics and/or cosmetic surgery. "There have been reports of an excellent new facade on the now-aging superstar." (OLNYT - Onlilne New York Times).
Phony patriot. From the GOP practice of embracing the trappings of patriotism while working to undermine basic principles of the U.S. Constitution.
To engage in sexual intercourse.
Unlawful groups. Now legally hunted for sport thanks to the Cheney Rule.
Act of tracing ancestry back far enough to "prove" relations with Julius Caesar, Napoleon, Jesus, Cleopatra, etc.
Mental disorder marked by delusions of omnipotence and grandeur. Sometimes used as a verb or adjective.
Criminals who are 65+ years old. From "golden years."
Made-up "information" designed to deceive. From the odious practice of Fox News and other branches of the republican cabal.
A brief, brilliant piece of advertising text.
Fine dust in the air of larger cities. "If you can see enough to call it haze, it's a clear day."
1. Branch of knowledge that might be closer to the truth if it weren't always written by the survivors. 2. Proof that people do not learn from past events because otherwise history would be different.
Public relations term referring to something so mundane even we couldn't think of anything good to say about it.
Device which, when applied in sufficient quantitites, slowly suffocates its users.
An especially ruthless Congressional aide.
Liar; anyone two-faced; politician.
Substitute human food after the beef shortages of 2020-2028.
Correct use of language. Now obsolete.
The popular arts: television, comic books, car customizing, and musicals-with-a-message.
Any illness medical science cannot define, of which there is usually a lot "going around."
Phenomena ensuring that the cost of living rises to exceed income. Especially yours.
Poking fun at political and social hypocracy. "Let's maher the Chamber of Commerce meeting."
A death that doesn't make much difference (as in the passing of a fast food magnate or banker).
Expansion of prizes established by the late Alfred Nobel, inventor of dynamite. Recent categories and winners:
Rock Music: KISS
Car Customizing: Big Daddy Roth
Classical Music: Jackie Gleason's 'Music for Lovers'
Literature: Danielle Steel
Advertising: Charmin campaign
Life Achievement: Liberace
Meddling amateur. From Grover Norquist.
On the prowl for a sexual partner. From "on the cat," phrase used by D.C. insiders.
Charmingly crazy. From Ron Paul.
Sum total of people, cyborgs, and SACs (self-actuating computers) in any organization.
Ad technique of combining sales pitches. ("Yes, it's the all-new SeaWorthy personal-size yacht with built-in fur-lined toilet. And what better way to spend time sitting on it than with a subscription to Modern Warfare magazine!")
Material designed to excite sexually. Hard-core porn: outrageous and filthy. Soft-core porn: what was hard-core porn five years ago.
Peacetime deployment of military forces for strategic or bargaining purposes. (When done by other nations it is called "saber-rattling" or "act of aggression.")
Language of the outcasts, beggars and thieves in economically depressed urban areas. Rebus combines pigden English, hieroglyphics, and the puzzle pieces of TV shows such as Concentration and Wheel of Fortune.
To eagerly embrace a viewpoint diametrically contrary to the viewpoint one eagerly embraced in the past.
Transexual who was formerly male.
Self-righteous demagogue. (Note: the Urban Dictionary and blog.spreadingsantorum.com have interesting takes on this vile subject.)
Ad messages projected on the protective domes of cities.
Person who picks up the check but then repeatedly reminds you of it.
Package of dope. Term originated in Florida as drug dealer code. ("Goin' fishin' for square grouper tonight. Bring cash and a gun.")
Military, corporate, and totalitarian practise of using skin marking by caste, job function, price coding, etc.
Covert action where books about avoiding taxes were written by IRS agents. Advice in the books was designed to "flag" returns to facilitate audits and prosecution.
Excess (in most of the world). Just right (in the U.S.)
Televised awards shows.
Organization of workers formed to achieve decent wages, safe working conditions, training programs, and methods to combat corporate oppression. Outlawed by GOP in the 2018 Congress.
Offensive faux pas. Also one committing the blunder. "Foster Friess is such a vulg."
Conducting negotiations with nations or groups through the deployment of radio-controlled and/or heat-seeking weaponry.
Extinct sea mammal. Former symbol of Marineland (replaced by Loch Ness serpent).
World's greatest rock band.
Stupid, uneducated, boorish, crass person; red state resident.
Zero Percentage Gain. Used when informing drone workers what to expect in the way of yearly raises or bonuses.