Thursday, May 28, 2009

Bottle-nosed

BOTTLE-NOSED, adj. Having a nose created in the image of its maker.

2009 Update: Of a cetacean species lacking only arms for the making of mischief and, therefore, a food fish.*

*Yes, OC.  I know cetaceans are mammals, not fish.

10 comments:

Nessa said...

I thought bottle-nosed meant you could sniff out a good wine.

TLP said...

And here I thought it meant you got your nose stuck in a bottle.

So, Ambrose is sayin' that God had a big ugly nose? Add that to the things Bierce is burning in hell for.

Jim said...

bottle-nosed writer
I think you made this word up
speak for yourself friend

:-)
..

the amoeba said...

BOTTLE-NOSED, adj. The typical city and suburban driver in these Untied States, so-called because it's a flipper, able and willing to flip people off.

Anonymous said...

bottle-nosed-few thoughts there
the drinking end
of a
long-necked
beer bottle
as for
'fish food'
as the people
are minced through
the budget grinder
there shall be
plenty of
'fish food'
for
bottom feeders
oh man hear the
grinders now...
Peace

sauerkraut said...

bottle-nosed: the precipice upon which the irish nose is built.

Tom & Icy said...

Snouts are handy

actonbell said...

That's so true, Tom. I bet an ardvark could get to the bottom of this.

cooper said...

It occured to me that " bottle-nosed boys would make a great name for a boy band, or boy blog. Any takers?

Doug said...

I don't know, Nessa. I'm can-nosed.

TLP, I think he meant drunks are bottle-nosed and maybe God made the gullet.

Jim, when I do, it
won't likely be in haiku.
Fifteen syllables?

Flipper was best with the sound off, like driving.

Mrs. Paul's voter sticks, Bear? Can I get them with taxpayer tots?

Sauerkraut, I wouldn't know as mine's more Roman. I suppose built over an amphora.

Especially for the handless, Icy.

Sure, Actonbell. Just leave your empties on an ant hill or a picnic blanket.

Maybe that will be my next blog, Cooper. Cheers!