September 28

elucidate

Listen to elucidate pronounced

[ih-LOO-si-dayt]

trans. verb. To make clear or manifest; to render more intelligible.

On a lighter note, today the owner of Segway drove over a fucking cliff while on a Segway, as he was elucidating the benefits of owning a Segway.

September 25

abjure

Listen to abjure pronounced

[ab-joor]

verb (used with object). To renounce or give up under oath.

For the record, I abjure the idea of Obamacare, but it’s sure as shit better than being left to die on the fucking street!

September 24

feculent

Listen to feculent pronounced

[fek-yuh-luhnt]

adjective. Full of dregs or fecal matter; foul, turbid, or muddy.

The Shit My Dad Says premiere was the most feculent moment in television since those piss-drunk queers at ABC greenlit a show about Geico Cavemen.

September 22

degage

Listen to degage pronounced

[dey-gah-ZHEY]

adjective. Without emotional involvement; detached.

I’m always impressed by The Situation’s degage attitude towards sleeping with broads and then promptly asking them to leave.