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Word of the Day: August 01, 2012

Blogfather

 

(BlahG-Fah-ThurR)

i’m gonna make you a blog youi can’t refuse!

 

 

1)  The head of the online blogging costa nostra, or mafia family, that oversees who gets the best website names. Also known for having people sleep with the vowels and have horse’s manes in their bedrolls.

 

 

*NOTE;  HELP!!!  IF YOU HAVE ANY SUGGESTIONS FOR A FAKE, BLOGGING-RELATED WORD OR ACRONYM THAT YOU LIKE, DESPISE OR USE, PLEASE LEAVE IT AS A COMMENT, ALONG WITH A SHORT DEFINITION AND THE PHONETICS. YOUR SUGGESTIONS WILL BE AN UPCOMING DAILY FEATURE!

 

CONTENTS OF THIS BLOG ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. WORDS MAY APPEAR CLOSER IN A MIRROR THAN  THEY ACTUALLY ARE. 9 OUT OF 10 LIBRARIANS  ARE MOUSEY INTROVERTS, 19 TIMES OUT OF 20, YET STILL MANAGE TO APPEAR TO BE SEXY. THIS SITE IS NOT ENDORSED BY THE SPCB (THE SECOND SPC (SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY) IN THE PHONE BOOK – THE SPCA (ANIMALS) HOGGED THE FIRST SPOT ON ME AGAIN! THOSE BRUTES!) THE APATHETIC AND APPALLINGLY APROPOS “SOCIETY OF THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO BLOGGERS” (DONATIONS ACCEPTED AND SUGGESTED).  9 OUT OF 10 DOCTORS ARE APPARENTLY ON THE TAKE, SO WHEN YOU LOOK FOR MEDICAL ADVICE, MAKE SURE YOU ASK AT LEAST 20 DOCTORS…

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Word of the Day: July 18, 2012

Necroblogzy

 

 

(Neck-Row-BlahG-Zee)

 

When a blogger dies, their posts live on as long as the Internet is active. Many times this is a crying shame, but occasionally it is a wondrous thing!

 

 

1)  The study of dead blogs and those blogs that should be dead but are steadily popular.

 

 

 

 

FOLLOW ALONG OR JOIN IN AND MAKE SUGGESTIONS FOR THIS DAILY FEATURE!  A FAKE, BLOG-RELATED WORD OR ACRONYM, THE ONLY RULES BEING THEY MUST NOT EXIST ON THE MAJOR  SPELL CHECKERS OR WEBSTER`S DICTIONARY.

 

ENTER YOUR SUGGESTIONS AS COMMENTS ON ANY RECENT (WITHIN 2 DAYS OF PRESENT DATE) “WORD OF THE DAY” FEATURE.  PLEASE GIVE THE PHONETICS (PHONE-ETT-ICKS) AND ONE OR TWO DEFINITIONS, AS WELL AS A LINK TO YOUR BLOG (WHICH WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE POST FEATURING YOUR SUGGESTION).  FUNNY SUGGESTIONS ENCOURAGED, BUT NO PROFANITY, PLEASE!

Word of the Day: July 01, 2012

Blogenomics

 

 

(Blah-Geh-NoM-icKz)

A good blog seems to be as rare as an egg that, when cracked, reveals a shiny, new gold nugget or a $1,000 bill.

 

 

1)  The social science that analyzes the production and distribution of blog posts.

 

2)  The condition of a region or group of blogs as related to national prosperity (usually near zero)

 

 

*NOTE;  IF YOU HAVE ANY SUGGESTIONS FOR A FAKE, BLOGGING-RELATED WORD OR ACRONYM THAT YOU LIKE, DESPISE OR USE, PLEASE LEAVE IT AS A COMMENT, ALONG WITH A SHORT DEFINITION AND THE PHONETICS. YOUR SUGGESTIONS MAY WELL BE AN UPCOMING DAILY FEATURE!

 

 

SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. WORDS MAY APPEAR CLOSER IN A MIRROR THAN THEY ACTUALLY ARE. 9 OUT OF 10 LIBRARIANS  ARE MOUSEY INTROVERTS, 19 TIMES OUT OF 20, YET STILL MANAGE TO APPEAR TO BE SEXY. THIS SITE IS NOT ENDORSED BY THE SPCB (THE SECOND SPC (SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY) IN THE PHONE BOOK – THE SPCA (ANIMALS) HOGGED THE FIRST SPOT ON ME AGAIN! THOSE BRUTES!) THE APATHETIC AND APPALLINGLY APROPOS “SOCIETY OF THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO BLOGGERS” (DONATIONS ACCEPTED AND SUGGESTED).

Word of the Day: March 18, 2012

Blogaholic

 

 

"Ten more blogs and even Homer will start to look good"

 

 

(Blah-Ga-Hall-LicK)

 

1)  A person who just can’t get enough of reading blogs.  The more they blog, the better the other blogs look.

 

2)  A blogger who will do anything to get their next blog fix.  There is a 12-word process for acquiring a pin reflecting the blogger’s desire to quit blogging, but most fail by step 3.

 

 

Today’s post was brought to you by the letter Q, the color purple (the movie) and me!

 

*note;  if you have any suggestions for a fake, blogging-related word or acronym that you like, despise or use, please leave it as a comment, along with a short definition and the phonetics. Your suggestions will be an upcoming daily feature!

 

Subject to change without notice. Words may appear closer in a mirror than they actually are. 9 out of 10 librarians  are mousey introverts, 19 times out of 20, yet still manage to appear to be sexy. This site is not endorsed by the SPCB (the second SPC (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty) in the phone book – the SPCA (Animals) hogged the first spot on me again! Those brutes!) the apathetic and appallingly apropos “Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Bloggers” (donations accepted and suggested).

Word of the Day: January 17, 2012

BIT’NADAN

 

(bit-nah-dihn)

Blognah Akhblog!

1) Osama Bin Laden’s favorite third cousin. Leader of Al Kegger in Afghanistan’s poppy region, Bit Naden was born in Canada, where he retains welfare and health care.

2) Acronym for “Blogging In The Nude All Day And Night”.

 

*Note;

If you have any suggestions for a fake, blogging-related word of the day (it can also be an acronym), please leave it as a comment, along with a short definition and the phonetics for the word or acronym.

 

Subject to change without notice. Words may seem closer in a miraproposror than they actually are. 9 out of 10 librarians are mousey introverts, 19 times out of 20, yet still manage be sexy. This site is not endorsed by the SPCB (the second SPC (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty) in the phone book – the SPCA (Animals) hogged the first spot on me again!) the apathetic and appallingly apropos “Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Bloggers” (donations accepted).

Word of the Day: January 13, 2012

Blogopoly

*(From a comment by Raymond Alexander Kukkee on a previous “Word of the Day” post)

From Hasbro's new sister company, Blogspro, the new, egolomanical game!

(blah-gah-puh-lee)

1) A dynasty of a  related series or theme of blogs (and Pages and posts) that inhabit and/or define a blogging style, or methodology of blogging.

2) A game based on blogging and building a wealthy blog-related industry.( A derivative of Monopoly, coupled with Risk and mated with 3-D chess).

3) To have complete control over the Blogosphere*.

*(Blogosphere is a (fake) “Word of the Day” from January 11, 2012).

 

 

Subject to change without notice. Words may seem closer in a miraproposror than they actually are. 9 out of 10 librarians are mousey introverts, 19 times out of 20, yet still manage be sexy. This site is not endorsed by the SPCB (the second SPC (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty) in the phone book – the SPCA (Animals) hogged the first spot on me again!) the apathetic and appallingly apropos “Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Bloggers” (donations accepted).

What’s in a Name?

What’s in a name?

Do you know who Henry McCarty is? How about David Jones? Henry was a lot more famous, and known a tad longer, but David earned a lot more money.

Would it help if i were to tell you that young Henry was rather well-known before he ever turned 16, and became one of America’s original heroes? Though he may not have been as famous as Jesus, like The Beatles were, according to John Lennon in a televised interview (Not to be confused with Joseph Stalin’s son, John Lenin) or as world-widely known Muhammad (who is? Aside from God, he’s the most famous ever! Okay? No need to call a fatwa on me, now!). He was more famous than Wyatt Earp or Jesse James could every dream of. The young, irascible Henry McCarty, a “man’s man”, a gunslinger’s gunslinger, has the one name that is as famous, or infamous, as Robin Hood, Peter Pan and Ishmael (he of  “Call me Ishmael” fame) put together (Robinshael Han?).

Ring a bell yet?

Call me Ismael, will 'ya?

Not ringing a bell? Much like David Bowie, who changed his name because there was this idiot who was hired to play a musician on a new (for the time) concept for a television show; to follow a band as they write, record and play music and as they generally wreck the neighborhood and kiss the dancing girls. David Bowie’s real name is, of course, David Jones, the same as that Monkee of “Daydream Believer” and “Last Train to Clarksville” fame. And, of course, that ridiculous little TV show that morphed into a few movies, “The Monkees”. David Jones, the real musician, liked the original mayhem knife of the old west, the “Bowie” knife, and henceforth was known as David Bowie. And we move on with the old west theme again.

What’s in a name?

Quite a bit, otherwise we’d be listening to David Jones singing “The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars”. I don’t think Anne Murray would have covered any of his songs, the way she did with a few of David Jones’s songs, from his Monkees days. Well, to his credit credibility manager’s orders, he reduced his name down to “Davy” – but, as always, I digress (I would probably digress about digressing while writing about digressibilitation (yeah! another new word! I make up a new word for every post that I can, on top of my daily feature “Word of the Day“,where I try to come up with new, fake blog-related words and acronyms).

Spoiler Alert!

However, Mr. McCarty is a little more well known that either Mr. Jones’ is. More infamous than Robin Hood though? Possibly. More infamous than any or all of the American Presidents, dead and alive (the first preferred, the latter only when required)? Yes, yes he was. So, have you heard of Henry McCarty?

What’s in a name?

Aside from brand recognition, like Nike, Coke (no, not that coke…) or Blackberry, when you’ve got a name that stands out, people remember you. So, William Bonney was a lot better a name than Henry McCort, no? How about when he started referring to himself the same way the law was referring to him? The first wanted poster with his picture on it appeared when young Henry was just 16 years old. What a kid! (hint, hint).

Sting, the singer originally of The Police fame, was originally named Gordon Sumner.  Yeah, yeah, I know. But Sting? He was spotted wearing a yellow and black striped shirt while playing at a gig, and Gordon Solomon said “He rather looks like a skinny bee, no?”

Roxanne! You don't have to put on that bug killer...

I’m sure that you’ve heard of the feud between the McCoys and the Hattfields? A long-living feud that was defined by their shoot to kill, shoot on site and rape at will mantra, and was reconciled in the 1980’s by their still living direct descendants (I know, eh?). But still, even over Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp and even Wild Bill Hickok, any of the Younger clan and maybe even more well known than the Kardashian sisters, Henry McCarty changed his name to William H. Bonney.

Dead or Alive!

You see, young Henry McCort finally did change his name to what was on all of those wanted posters. Brand recognition before brands became popular?

Young Henry was, of course, Billy the Kid.

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