Friday, November 30, 2007


Instamacy (noun)

Desire for extremely rapid intimacy in a relationship. Usually used to refer to people who have an unusually strong desire for intimacy. These people often communicate things about themselves that healthy people might consider inappropriate and ask invasive questions to try to pry open friends and to create and artificial sense of closeness in relationships.

John's penchant for instamacy often scared away his dates before they had a chance to enjoy a few sips of their first drink


Mind Baloney

Neural enima

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Sarcurious (adj.); Sarcuriosity (n.)

Have you ever found yourself confused by your own speech, unsure if you're being serious or sarcastic. Sarcuriosities are comments that are curiously and precipitously balanced on the line that separates the sincere and serious from the ironic and sarcastic. Often both meanings are real and relevant. Sarcuriosities are verbal dualities, kind of like the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle of language.

Jim's friends were often confused by the sarcurious nature of his comments.