Adj. Describing one who has achieved fame without having done anything substantial or worthwhile.
Paris Hilton and the winner of "The Bachelor: Season 12" are so nillustrious; they've done absolutely nothing to deserve their fame.
20. November 2009
Noun. An ictus or other seizure brought on by the consumption of too many cheese blintzes, sour-cream-laden piroshki, or other high-cholesterol Russian dishes.
"Dude, you'd better hope this place has a full-time cardiologist on duty. If you eat that whole plate of pirogi in chicken fat, you're gonna keel over with a perestroka for sure."
20. November 2009
Noun. Hand gestures designed to stimulate the mind and make it firmer and more erect.
Richie had a bad case of blockage of the mind, but a little mudrabation cleaned his mental pipes right out.
1. Dezember 2009
Noun. Holidays marked by family shouting matches resulting from lousy group dynamics, dysfunctional communication, and/or years of built-up resentments.
Ellen flew in from Seattle, even Jimmy came in from London. We're all home for the hollerdays -- let the screaming begin!
23. Dezember 2009
Noun. A logistical and psychological condition -- first observed in Denmark, Turkey, and France, and now spreading rapidly across the United States -- of general disorder brought on by sizable snowfall. The term must be set in italics or block capitals, followed by exclamation points, and accompanied by laughter.
The falling flakes brought total mayhem: King Kong was slipping and sliding around the top of the Empire State Building; delivery trucks loaded with cases of cinnamon chewing gum were almost completely submerged in white; the evening schedule of happy endings was thrown off by three hours -- SNOW CHAOS!!