"A Wikroll is when a person rudely interrupts an on-line conversation to provide a link that seems to have nothing to do with the topic at hand, claiming that it goes to the video for Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up.�? But the link actually goes to a Wikipedia article that adds relevant insight to the discussion."
where the bubbly but wise romantic lead meets the uptight but grounded romantic lead and one of them spills something on the other but ten minutes later they've formed an indelibleattraction because the screenplay says they did. Look for the meet cute about thirty seconds into the trailer.
"Now Lifetime has hit the jillpot with the Sunday-night drama "Army Wives," which debuted two months ago and right away became the biggest hit the channel ever had." -- Nancy Franklin, New Yorker magazine, August 13, 2007
"The movie Superbad still displays vestiges of infantile glee, but, after much revision and some obvious guidance, the structure and a lot of the dialogue have become ripely Apatovian." -- David Denby, New Yorker magazine, August 20, 2007
1. "My neighbor bought yet another one of those iridescentgazingorbs for his front yard. What a glassball."
2. usage: as the opposite of "one with balls of steel." ex. "See that guy over by the bar? The one oozingmachismo? You should have heard him scream like a girl when he found a spider in his Miata. What a glassball."
Hi Sarah; You might not be aware that Delightful Ejaculations is a public list. You can enter your own words there. I hope you claim Mama Pajama! I love that one--the only place I have ever heard it used is the film Mystery Men, which I adore. (And Paul Simon's Me and Julio Down By the School Yard.)