n. a style of treating patients implicitly based on their social and financial status (be it by quality or lack of insurance, etc.).
ant. outcome-based medicine, of which this term is a parody.
when i was in the er, i didn’t have proof of insurance on me, so they asked me to make a deposit of $100… as if it were income-based medicine or something!
lacking consistence or continuity. the opposite of consistency. when something is inconsistent, it changes as opposed to being unchanged. because of my inconsistent data and conflicting information, i was fired from my job.
- incredibly deadly viper
one of the least dangerous and most friendly creatures in the animal kingdom. it’s a misnomer (a very wrong name). i discovered it, see, so i got to name it.
- indiana sand fight
the s-xual act of having -n-l s-x with a partner and then making yourself puke inside the b-tth-l- of the partner and then quickly sticking your p-n-s inside their -n-s and use the puke as “lube”. tiffany: oh my god my -ss smells rank! becca: why? tiffany: ugh, terry and i were doing the indiana […]
someone who listens to nothing but indie music. indyan: you wanna listen to my razorlight cd metalhead: can it indyan!trivium is coming on
1: an argumentative style of making a claim that the opposing argument is impossible to prove correct in order to produce an argument about the argument itself : a portmanteau of the terms inquisition and inquartata (a sidestep maneuver in fencing) john: i like cheese. paul: you can’t say that, because the cheese you have […]