It's kinda like the Hindenburg... in that it's kind of a big deal and it just sounds like a dirigible of some sort; it's my blog. It's the Skyblog. Sounds like a bar in an airplane for first class passengers only.
And you're first class to me.
Sunday, February 7, 2010
An intentionally vague Facebook status update, that prompts friends to ask what's going on, or is possibly a cry for help.
Mary is: "wondering if it is all worth it" Mark is: "thinking that was a bad idea"
Example: "Have you talked to Mark? He's vaguebooking again. I wonder if he's back with Mary..."
Opposite: Tammy is: "in line at the grocery store"
This edition of Linguistic Ju-Jitsu brought you courtesy of
And as a side note, Linguistic Ju-Jitsu is not just common street slang. It's not hip-talk or coolspeech, although hip-talk and coolspeech are themselves examples of Linguistic Ju-Jitsu. Linguistic Ju-Jitsu is wordsmashing and semantic copulation. It's the combining of words to make betterwords. It's an attempt to straighten out the English language's inexplicable desire to confuse people by having the same word mean seven different things.
Co-founder and Commissioner of the National Tracball League. 6th degree black belt in Linguistic Ju-Jitsu. Warrior-poet, scholar, and gentleman. Firebender. Slytherin. Toon leader in Dragon Army. Arctic Warrior. Word Samurai. Reads books. Watches movies. Eats food.