Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Nominate

NOMINATE, v. To designate for the heaviest political assessment. To put forward a suitable person to incur the mudgobbling and deadcatting of the opposition.

2009 Update: To accommodate a martyr with nail and slur.

10 comments:

Jim said...

I'm don't know any martyrs but I will nominate Jim to be first this morning! Ha!
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TLP said...

And I will nominate Doug for best and longest-running blog that I know of.

the amoeba said...

NOMINATE, v. [Latin nomen, name] To call someone Nate. This meaning is now obsolete, as it didn't sit particularly well with Suellen.

quilly said...

NOMINATE v. to step back and let others take the blame.

Cooper said...

Pretty much concurring with everyone else, it's choosing the person one thinks will do the hard and dirty work well.

Tom & Icy said...

Any can be nominated, but only the alpha dog rules.

karma said...

hark! did someone call me?

Anonymous said...

back in the ussr---i mean usa...
Peace , Good Morning , Blessings







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Doug said...

I am Jim!

Thanks, TLP. If elected, I will not serve.

Amoeba, Sue Ellen would be a neonate, no?

That's the trick, Quilly.

Right, Coop. Remember to check the birth certificate next time, though.

Meow.

Karma, were you nominated for Prime Mistress.

Welcome home, Bear.

weirsdo said...

To take advantage of someone's physical or menatal absence to press her or him into future service.