Thursday, October 09, 2008

Make Palin a Verb™



Pony Pal™ Mr. Dork, Esq. supplied us with that wonderful, high-resolution scan of Sarah Palin's Newsweek cover yesterday, thus bringing to life a microbubble of controversy and fake indignation which lasted for minutes and minutes, but he's not done with the plucky Alaskan yet!

Now he wants to verb her. A noble goal! Go visit! Merchandise is available!

12 comments:

desertwind said...

Princess, I had a Sarah Palin nightmare last night!!!

It's probably just as well that I can't remember what happened.

All I know is I woke up full of dread. (not unlike how I felt a few hours later when I looked at my IRA's quarterly statement)

Anonymous said...

It shouldn't be too hard to verbify her. After all, she's already been "borked".

g said...

Look, Sarah's new hairstyle!

Time for some hairdo monitoring!

Anonymous said...

After the Couric interview, I'm beginning to think that palin is cognate with impaled.

Anonymous said...

PSP:

Came across this on youtube ... don't know if you mentioned it
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyKnDMtsqls

Princess Sparkle Pony said...

Yes, last year.

Lulu Maude said...

Good idea. Verbs have a past tense.

karenzipdrive said...

"I got overly palinized during the '08 election season."

Anonymous said...

It's not in the Urban Dictionary yet, but isn't "to palinate" already a verb for wandering and bumbling along with meaningless incomplete sentences while trying to stumble back on to an inapposite script, . . . also? It's said to be pleasing to mouth-breathers when accented with country-folk scarlet-lipped cuteness. No?

dguzman said...

Whenever my boss asks me a direct question, I just palin him and wink.

Anonymous said...

Hasn't she already used this herself? "Obama was Palin around with a known terrorist"

Chus said...

More information!: Vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palinstirs debate over her portrayal in the media