HARVARD SQUARE COMMENTARY

July 30, 2007
From Sanitas

A Lexicon for the 21st Century

John Turner


Boring: Quality of a mind that believes itself to be bored.

Boulanger: A dance nobody dances anymore but which if people did would give them better hearts.

Bourgeois: A quality emulated and denounced by anyone who has heard the word.

Boutique: A small store with generally smelly products.

Brain: A clot of seminal fluid according to gender ideologues who, curiously, despise one another because they agree.

Brainwash: To talk to a person in such a way that his, or her, mind is made clean as a pin--a condition desirable for pins but less than ideal for brains.

Brazil Nuts: A party food whose common name has become unmentionable.

Breeding: Good nature marked by knowledge of what's going on.

Brilliant: An exclamation used by the British to indicate that something's okay.

Brio: The making of noise, generally stimulated by excessive eating and drinking.

Brooch: A pin that can be used to fasten one's underwear together, but is occasionally used for other purposes.

Brotherhood: A bunch of guys who get together mostly to kill other people.


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