Monday, April 05, 2010

Abroad

ABROAD, adj. At war with savages and idiots. To be a Frenchman abroad is to be miserable; to be an American abroad is to make others miserable.

2010 Update: Obtuse with an excuse.

14 comments:

TLP said...

Abroad: abbreviation for the historial site Abby Road.

(Thought I'd go in another direction, huh?)

Jim said...

I used to get e-mails every day from a broad.
..

Cooper said...

abroad: having fled the law.

Logophile said...

Hmmm, well, by your definition I know a lot of Americans who are abroad at home
:p

Nessa said...

Who you callin' a broad?

(TLP left it for me and i took it.)

Karen said...

What Mrs. Weirsdo said to Nessa.

(Nessa left it for me and I took it.)

Karen said...

Wait a minute. Maybe I have that backward.

What Nessa said to Mrs. Weirsdo.

TLP said...

It was your turn to use that one Nessa.

Thom said...

ABROAD, adj: Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin to name a few

sauerkraut said...

a broad: how my bro-in-law refers to his wife. I'll skip what she says in return.

Doug said...

Good one, Cooper.

What's the excuse at home, Logo?

Nessa, you're right to do so. What happened to TLP's comment, though?

Karen, I'm not sure what you mean but since you were reloading images yesterday, I'll just nod.

Gracious, TLP. Like a lady.

Move forward, Thom. They'd love you if they met you.

Thanks, Sauerkraut. We do try to keep the language pretty here.

Ariel the Thief said...

Not that some of us is not curious, Sauerkraut...

Nessa said...

TLP is back at the top and first, as she should be, Doug.

Mr. Banana said...

A broad: A mature female who is not you're wife.