Being mean only to people who deserve it
Donna is, on occasion, a stone ferocious bitchalante.
…an informal term for a mixture of two aphorisms, idioms, or clichés (such as "We'll burn that bridge when we come to it"). Also called an idiom blend.
The term malaphor—a blend of malapropism and metaphor—was coined by Lawrence Harrison in the Washington Post article "Searching for Malaphors" (August 6, 1976). (source)Other malaphors?
- He’s a one-trick wonder. (a combo of one-hit wonder and one-trick pony)
- This is not rocket surgery. (not brain surgery mixed with not rocket science)
- They’re not the sharpest bulb. (not the sharpest tool and not the brightest bulb)
|Voldemort AKA Prick Scott|
1) to make fruitful or productive
2) to bear fruit or profit
No, that’s just lame. If I’m to believe that’s the real definition the word needs to be modified. “Fruitify”—that makes a shit-ton more sense. N'est-ce pas?
Fructify sounds like it’s got an excess letter (the “r” thenkyewveddymuch). The word is clearly related to banjax, as in;
Lil’ Marco Rubio, his fellow senator Voldemort Scott and sex trafficking, serial fabulating, oleaginous dweeb Gaetz are determined to fuctify their careers by either flat out NOT voting and/or voting against federal disaster relief aid. They did however send a note to the Senate Appropriations Committee chairs saying “we don’t think the rest of the country deserves a shred of help in scary horrendous times—not one thin dime—but WE, like totally, do.”Those three shitheelian bampots need to go fuctify themselves. I have absolutely no doubts about that. We can think of it as further disaster relief for that blindingly corrupt state.
Today, Monday **gasp, horror** is still wildly windy. Too blowy for a morning ramble. This sucks. I guess I’m stuck on the elliptical (zzzzzzzzzzzz) today. If the gusting breezes chill the fuck out later, I’ll be able to, at least, do my unassisted laps of the porch.