Wednesday, October 03, 2007


noun. They invented a word just for your mom! That’s got to hurt.

Real citation: “While Grade-B Scumbag Ted Haggard is featured in the film, and gives rather dubious advice to Levi, the aspiring minister, he’s quite fortunately not the focus of the film. The focus is generally on Becky Fisher, the leader of the camp, and several of the camp’s attendees. Had it focused more on the pre-exposed Haggard, it’d have been a colossal waste of time, because Haggard is the same obvious hypocrite, yesterday, today, and forever. (This clip from “The Root of All Evil” of Haggard Lecturing Richard Dawkins about "intellectual arrogance" is a potent demonstration of Haggard’s scumbagliness and inherent dishonesty (gay prostitution, infidelity, and methamphetamines aside… it’s impossible for Haggard to be “intellectually arrogant” because he’s lacking any semblance of actual intellectualism.)”
(Dec. 19, 2006, Outchurched,

Made-up citation: "A new study shows scumbagliness is highly correlated with douchebagliness. Research on bags of all sorts is ongoing."

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