Fig-tionary – March 30, 2005

k-rot (Props to Mr. Burgess for this one)

  1. Function: noun – Karate – Usage: Mr. Burgess can’t make it to the theatre today. He has to go to k-rot.


k-rotstitute (Jorge came up with this while engaged in a chat with Suzy)

  1. Function: transitive verb – to offer indiscriminately for assistance in Karate classes – Usage: Jorge wishes he could assist in class. He’s always wanted to k-rotstitute himself.




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3 Responses

  1. Hi Jorge.

    You know, I invent my own language all the time. I suspect that we should never be in the same room, it would be volatile and confusing.
    Also, I’d kick your ass at Trivial Pursuit, and that would probably hurt your male ego. I’ve hurt a lot of male egos in my day, so it’s old hat for me. Ijust love old hats, don’t you?

  2. Hey Jay,

    Listen, I think it would be a lot of fun to be in the same room. We could stand at opposite corners and have a loud conversation. The ensuing confusion would render everyone paralyzed, at which point we could lift their valuables and go trade them for alcohol.

    I see your challenge, and raise you a Dave.

    It would be awesome to play TP when Dave is there.

    And we all had alcohol…

    Do you detect a common thread in my thinking?

    Alcohol?

  3. […] Today I Become A K-Rotstitute […]

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