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nycanthro commented on the word culture vulture
I'm allergic to lion down. I use the knock-off, made from buzzard feathers. It's actually quite haute couture. Brand name: Culture Vulture. And so here we are.
March 4, 2009
lea commented on the word culture vulture
Yup. Sometimes it does. But not always. :o)
March 3, 2009
bilby commented on the word culture vulture
Sometimes lion down leads to sleep.
Inadequate or "inadequote"? :o] Don't sleep then, go for a walk and roar like a lion!
Either way, I still wind up feeling inadequate. Plus, I can't sleep now because the ugly head is trying to convince me to accompany it on a killing spree.
dontcry commented on the word culture vulture
No, I meant the antonym of bookish is dullard. Sorry.
That's really sweet, Lea. Not at all creepy. :>P*locks closet door*
"Be yourself. Everyone else is taken." :o} We are different, which is good. It would be quite boring otherwise. And we all have that ugly head somewhere in the closet. Sometimes it wants to come out and play.
Oh, I thought she meant it was an antonym of bookish. And my intellectual inadequacy rears its ugly head once again.
Maybe she meant that culture vulture = dullard? I thought so.
Dullard?! How dare you, you culture vulture! And I thought for sure -- judging from the "more about:" section of his profile -- that qroqqa would be the first to use that word to describe me.
Hehe... R is for revolution. ;o] I like folk speak, net speak, weird sayings & places like Urban Dictionary. Break the glass and speak to me in case of emergency.
OMFG, I'm totally gonna employ that as a slur against Wordies who poo-poo my affinity for neologisms, folkspeak, netspeak and vocab derived from oral language and television sitcoms. What's the antonym of "bookish"?
She won't go to a funny film. She's a real culture vulture.