I Propose a New Verb

So here’s the thing, Interwebz.  *points at crotch halfheartedly*  Oh I can’t even fake it.  I’m just not good company today.  I can’t seem to tear myself away from the news so I’m a little dry on witty, inane banter today.

But you know who isn’t?  Who’s always good company?  Who’s so awesomely fantastic that I propose his last name should be added to the English language as a verb meaning ” to do obscene sexual things to irreverent, self-deprecating and yet unnaturally adorable bearded men?”  Why none other than Zach Galifianakis, of course.

I would use that word all the time!  Here, I’ll show you how to use it in a  sentence:  Boy would I like to Galifianakis the face off of that Casey dude from American Idol.  As with all new vocabulary words, I suggest you try and use it at least five times today in casual conversation.  Now go forth and get your Galifianakis on.

Anyway, in case you missed it and need a quality giggle this morning (and who doesn’t?), here’s Zach’s (why yes we ARE on a first name basis with one another, thanks for noticing) opening monologue from SNL last Saturday.  I’m pretty sure Rocco has that same pair of panties.

One last serious thing, if you’re interested in learning ways you can help the people of Japan, CNN did a great roundup of the organizations involved here.


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22 thoughts on “I Propose a New Verb

    1. My brother once did a wonderful diagram of “three holes no waiting.” Hopefully I can feed him a pitcher of beer and talk him into breaking out his bic to illustrate galifianakising.

  1. I find him alternatively hilarious and creepy. I’m not sure WHAT that means. Also, I’m not sure, when you are a rising Hollywood hard hitter, that you should be doing blatantly awful movies like “Due Date”. I don’t know what he OR Robert Downey Jr. were thinking really.

    Also, his name can only become a verb once people can spell it correctly and you just know that half the country can’t. 🙂

    1. I have to double check it every time I type it. That’s true of most words, though. Especially restaurant. (totally paused to spell check and correct there) Is it mere coincidence that I want to do obscene things to RDJ, too?

  2. I do love some Zach Galifinblahblahkis. He is so convincingly odd and random and hysterical at the same time.

    And the news . . . I can’t even bear it. I am avoiding it because I just can’t bear it. Awful.

  3. Okay so this is some sort of discriminatory post, right? I don’t live in Nth America therefore I’m not good enough to view this video. Sheesh. Not that I’m taking it personally or anything. Not like I’m weeping into my Weeties because I’m not one of the cool kids. Nope, not me. Well Galifianakis you Hulu, Galifianakis you (insert dramatic pout).

  4. Gafilanakalackilis or whatever is a genius. (His name sounds greek. Shouldn’t he look like a statue or something instead of like…me?)

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