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A first name consisting of a fifteen dollar non-name word (often completely irrelevant to the main thrust of your situation), combined with an anatomical or anatomical sounding reference prefixed or suffixed with a conventional name modifier (such as "Mc-" or "-son") as a last name.

Date Written: July 26, 2005
Author: Mr. Pony
Average Vote: 5

07/26/2005 Jon Matza: examples?
07/26/2005 Mr. Pony: okay
07/26/2005 Mr. Pony: Well?
07/26/2005 Jon Matza: It wasn't my dubious premise. I'd think common courtesy would dictate that the burden of proof lies on the lexicographer who coins/identifies the term in question.
07/26/2005 Mr. Pony: I'd agree!
07/26/2005 Constitution McButtbutt: Well?
07/26/2005 Jon Matza: OK!
07/26/2005 Mr. Pony: *I admit that this definition is overly-specific for the purposes of an intended comedic effect
07/26/2005 Jon Matza: Well, your actual effect was to ruin July '05.
07/26/2005 Mr. Pony: You're right; I'm sorry. I wonder who'll ruin August. Great job with June, BTW.
07/26/2005 Jon Matza: What's so sad is that our babies are the ones upon whom our etymological sins will be revisited.
07/26/2005 Mr. Pony: Is that a proposition?
07/26/2005 Jon Matza: Interpret it as you see fit. By the way, are those space pants you're wearing?
07/26/2005 Jon Matza: ...'cause your ass is out of this world!
07/26/2005 Will Disney: ha!
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