Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- So-so; poor; languid.
“Tony Curtis ruled from a facade throne in la-la land, then dazzled for decades in Sin City and ended up presiding over the very real and noble task of helping stallions pass to greener pastures at the Shiloh Horse Sanctuary (a nonprofit organization that he co-founded with wife, Jill Curtis).”
“Proposing inner-life solutions to our political and economic catastrophes is something done, say the critics, only by people who've spent more time in la-la land than in the "real world.”
“Only his work and an anthology of knock-knock jokes had kept him from slipping into la-la land.”
“I staggered into the cabin and set the alarm for four a.m. before I let drunken sorrow drop-kick me to la-la land.”
“But let's not wander into conspiracy theory la-la land, please.”
“The fact that the tea-party sees some of this (even if you posit that they only care about taxes) is still better than Obama and the political class living in la-la land believing we can tax and spend our way to prosperity ... or even sustainability.”
“That was the total fulfillment of the dream of the little fat girl from Utah, who had sat with her dad on a broken-down couch, basking in the silvery glow of the television in an otherwise empty living room, on that weird little street in that most enchanted of cities—the city where I lived under at least two or three spells before I even got to la-la land.”
“Or are you just hoping we're all dumb enough to fall for your same old cherry picking of data to suit your dystopian la-la visions?”
“When anything glaringly wrong with your policy recommendations is made, you can just retreat into an ever-purer la-la land, without the slightest consideration that the things you say are supposed to correlate with a workable program.”
“X-Men films are the WORST of the 1990s Claremont la-la.”
Looking for tweets for la-la.