characterized by compulsive use of the word ‘wii’ to prefix any word in any language. common in serious wii addicts who live almost exclusively in their own ‘wii-ality’. in extreme cases, victims may become totally lost in their wii-ality forever, losing jobs and relationships, and becomming strange creatures of darkness with huge muscular right arms.
a: ‘you don’t spend any time with me anymore.’
b: ‘hang on i’m almost finished this pga tour event.’
a: ‘i’m leaving.’
b: ‘oh come on, wii-lese dont go…i can change, wii-lieve me, i can put this thing down anytime i wii-ant.’
a: ‘you clearly have involuntary wii-cabulary syndrome (iws) and need help, good luck.’
b: ‘fine, if wii can’t wii-ork it out, then wii can’t and thats just fine with wii.’
it’s ok if a republican does it. this phrase is republican justification for indiscretions, ethical compromises, s-xual misbehavior, etc. -governor mark sanford flew to argentina to have an affair. -iokiardi -sarah palin didn’t bother to pay taxes on two large vacation chalets. -iokiardi -senator john ensign hired his mistress and paid her a huge salary. […]
obsessed with ipads or use them constantly. (the itis part is pr-nounced as you would pr-nounce the end of tonsillitis.) that boy is always on his ipad, he has ipadeitis i fear the school has been infected with ipadeitis.
- i pay bills
phrase used to re-ssure someone of a situation; another way of saying fo sho john: yo is it ok if we go to that party? nick: are you kidding? i pay bills there
ipod of the president of the united states. reputed to contain over 2,000 songs with artists as diverse as jay-z and lil wayne. i heard that the new misogynistic lil wayne song glorifying violence and reinforcing negative racial stereotypes is on the ipotus.
- irony meter
a mythical device often mentioned on internet discussion fora, the irony meter is a device for measuring unintentional irony. it is best known for breaking or exploding when the irony becomes too strong. that politician’s speech last night caused sparks to shoot out of my irony meter.