Monday, July 4, 2011

Language as Science

Guest contribution, from the ever so necessary (and hopefully imminent) blog by the Jsun: "Euphemisms That Don't Mean Anything."
Tenderizing the rhino.

Examples of use:
(Suggestively)  Me: You're certainly tenderizing my rhino.
(As a threat) Jsun: I'll tenderize your rhino, buster.
(As a chore) Chaseycakes: I need to spray paint my book case and then tenderize the rhino.

Use it in good health.

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