"I feel like pushing the envelope this morning, honey, starting with a little grape jelly for that bran muffin."
Tags:jargon, jargons, office jargon, businessjargon, slang, slangs, lingo, cliche, cliches, clichés, cliché, dining, fine dining, breakfast, breakfast food, breakfasts, marriage, married, married life, husbands, husband, husbands and wives, wife, wives, jelly, modern life, suburban, suburban life, suburbia, modernity, foodie, foodies, treat, treat yourself, treat yoself, treats, treating
T. S. Eliot Meets Beavis And Butthead
Tags:literature, literary, literary figures, modernist, modernism, slang, slangs, language, language game, linguistic, linguistics, register, lexicon, out of character, dialect, dialects, culture clash, culture, cultural, lit major, book, books, book lover, book lovers, bookish, book worm, book worms, pop culture, pop culture reference, beavis, butthead, animation, tv, t v, television, tv cartoon, tv cartoons, speech, speaking, sucks, poet, poetry, poets
"I hear this place is a hotbed of international pancakes."
Tags:cop, cops, police, police man, police men, crimes, criminal, criminals, police officer, officer, officers, police officers, patrol, patrol car, beat cop, pancake, pancakes, international, noir, slang, slangs, well known phrases, phrases, snacking, snacks, breakfast, breakfast food, stereotype, stereotypes, cliche, cliches, foodie, foodies, food lover, food lovers
"The Queenpin of Riverside Drive"
Tags:nyc, new york, new york city, city, cities, city life, urban, urban life, urban living, metropolitan, metropolis, urbane, urbanity, lawn, lawn chair, sidewalk, side walk, pavement, pavements, regional, regional dialect, kingpin, kingpins, stereotypes, stereotype, stereotyping, stereotypical, language, slang, slangs, slang words, play on words, word play, word-play, suburbia, suburbs, suburban, suburban mom, suburban moms, woman, mom, moms, mum, mums, mother, mothers, crimes, criminal, organised, organized, organized crime, organised crime, mob, mobs, mobster, mobsters, mafia, mafias, mafioso
Tags:tomb, tombs, vampire, vampires, victorian, victorians, historical, myth, myths, mythology, mythological, legend, legends, london, grave, graves, grave robber, grave robbers, language, word play, word-play, play on words, wrong, mistake, mistaken, bummer, gothic, slang, slangs, modern slang, modern life
T.S. Eliot lacks the courage to eat a peach.
Tags:literature, literary, literary figures, modernist, modernism, slang, slangs, language, language game, linguistic, linguistics, register, lexicon, out of character, dialect, dialects, culture clash, culture, cultural, lit major, book, books, book lover, book lovers, bookish, book worm, book worms, pop culture, pop culture reference, poet, poem, poems, poetry, famous line, famous lines, publication, publications, publisher, publishing, quotes, eliot, peach, peaches, literal, literal joke, literal gag
"We think you could gain much wider support simply by re-languaging your bigotry."
Tags:language, lingo, languages, speak, speaking, public speaking, speech, slang, slangs, phrase, phrasing, jargon, jargons, implied, imply, implication, implicate, implications, spin, spinning, spin doctor, media spin, support, supporting, underhand, underhanded, pr, public relations, present, presentation, bigot, bigots, activist, activism
"Maybe my argument will make more sense if I run it through some of these sick effects pedals."
Tags:argue, argument, row, rows, rowing, effect, effects, amp, amps, amplifier, effect pedals, effect-pedals, slang, slangs, unhelpful, annoying, annoying, patronising, patronizing, patronize, sing, singing, microphone, microphones, mic, mics, produce, producing, annoy, annoying, unhelpful, partner, partners, relationship, relationships
"Bartleson, are we cronies yet?"