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badbullgator
04-06-2010, 01:23 PM
New cuss word......Years ago when I sometimes used unsavory language, I often used the expression "Bull S***." As I grew up a bit and discovered it was not necessary to use such crude language, that expression became "BS."

What did I really mean when I used those expressions? I meant that something was ridiculous, or idiotic or a half truth or just stupid. It covered any number of negative formats. The dictionary defines it as: nonsense; especially: foolish insolent talk...

I have decided that I no longer will use either of those expressions in the future. When I have a need to express such feelings, I will use the word "Pelosi." Let me use it in a sentence. "That's just a bunch of Pelosi.." I encourage you to do the same. It is such a nasty sounding word, it really packs a punch, we are no longer being vulgar, and it clearly expresses our feelings. If enough of us use it, perhaps the word could be entered into the dictionary. When on a ranch watch your step and don't step in Pelosi. It will get on the bottom of your boot and won't go away until next election.

What a fitting and descriptive legacy for the Speaker of the House!

Pass it on to at least 10,000,000 people. Do not break this chain or you will get more Pelosi than you can shake a bull at.

P.S. Betcha when this new word reaches D.C., the PELOSI WILL HIT THE FAN!

JaBirner
04-06-2010, 01:47 PM
The Favorite catch phrase on the radio here lately.

"dont forget that somewhere in the world there is a, Mr. Pelosi"

gotta Feel sory for that guy.:barf:

david gibson
04-06-2010, 02:33 PM
New cuss word......Years ago when I sometimes used unsavory language, I often used the expression "Bull S***." As I grew up a bit and discovered it was not necessary to use such crude language, that expression became "BS."

What did I really mean when I used those expressions? I meant that something was ridiculous, or idiotic or a half truth or just stupid. It covered any number of negative formats. The dictionary defines it as: nonsense; especially: foolish insolent talk...

I have decided that I no longer will use either of those expressions in the future. When I have a need to express such feelings, I will use the word "Pelosi." Let me use it in a sentence. "That's just a bunch of Pelosi.." I encourage you to do the same. It is such a nasty sounding word, it really packs a punch, we are no longer being vulgar, and it clearly expresses our feelings. If enough of us use it, perhaps the word could be entered into the dictionary. When on a ranch watch your step and don't step in Pelosi. It will get on the bottom of your boot and won't go away until next election.

What a fitting and descriptive legacy for the Speaker of the House!

Pass it on to at least 10,000,000 people. Do not break this chain or you will get more Pelosi than you can shake a bull at.

P.S. Betcha when this new word reaches D.C., the PELOSI WILL HIT THE FAN!


good one Corey - i'll get a facebook snowball rolling.... ;-)

ducknwork
04-06-2010, 04:34 PM
I thought the new cuss word was 'Don Dean'...


inside joke, I guess...

Ken Bora
09-19-2010, 08:25 AM
Why did the cowboy have Pelosi on his Nixon?
Looking for love in all the wrong places……






.

YardleyLabs
09-19-2010, 08:34 AM
Why did the cowboy have Pelosi on his Nixon?
Looking for love in all the wrong places……






.
Obviously, he Limbaughed the wrong bear.;-)

TN_LAB
09-19-2010, 08:34 AM
Sorta reminds me of another similar situation:

Anybody want to guess what a "Lewinski" is?

YardleyLabs
09-19-2010, 08:35 AM
Sorta reminds me of another similar situation:

Anybody want to guess what a "Lewinski" is?
Someone who gives good dress?

depittydawg
09-19-2010, 10:55 AM
New cuss word......Years ago when I sometimes used unsavory language, I often used the expression "Bull S***." As I grew up a bit and discovered it was not necessary to use such crude language, that expression became "BS."

What did I really mean when I used those expressions? I meant that something was ridiculous, or idiotic or a half truth or just stupid. It covered any number of negative formats. The dictionary defines it as: nonsense; especially: foolish insolent talk...

I have decided that I no longer will use either of those expressions in the future. When I have a need to express such feelings, I will use the word "Pelosi." Let me use it in a sentence. "That's just a bunch of Pelosi.." I encourage you to do the same. It is such a nasty sounding word, it really packs a punch, we are no longer being vulgar, and it clearly expresses our feelings. If enough of us use it, perhaps the word could be entered into the dictionary. When on a ranch watch your step and don't step in Pelosi. It will get on the bottom of your boot and won't go away until next election.

What a fitting and descriptive legacy for the Speaker of the House!

Pass it on to at least 10,000,000 people. Do not break this chain or you will get more Pelosi than you can shake a bull at.

P.S. Betcha when this new word reaches D.C., the PELOSI WILL HIT THE FAN!

Time will tell if it catches on. This one did.

"Bushism". It's already in the dictionary.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/bushism

World English Dictionary
Bushism (ˈbʊʃɪzəm)

n
any apparently fatuous statement attributed to George W. Bush

dnf777
09-19-2010, 11:31 AM
Sorta reminds me of another similar situation:

Anybody want to guess what a "Lewinski" is?

That's a good one! But you'll probably have to explain it to the old crusty republicans who have long forgotten what that thing is for.