Monday, May 05, 2008


noun. Even a douchewad’s gotta eat.

Real citation: “We stopped at the Westmark Inn to eat. I remembered the Westmark in Skagway as a grade-A doucheteria, with mediocre food and obnoxious people, but this one was mostly empty. As we pored over our menus, Mike and I realized that we hadn’t eaten at all since lunch at the Bayview the previous day. We had been running entirely on adrenaline and never thought to eat. Now, though, we were starving.”
(Clarence Wethern, Sept. 27, 2007,

Made-up citation: “You may think my kitchen is a doucheteria. But the truth is far worse!”


Clarence Wethern said...

Wow. I just engaged in some narcissistic self-Googling and found myself cited here. Neato.

I had never heard of this blog before. I love it.

By the way, I also use the term "doucheteria" (which I've been using in conversation for some time) in a later post: doucheteria post no. 1

I only mention it, because I even defined the term in that post:

"...The kind of place douchebags 'slam brews'
and overly-made-up chicks preen.
Suburban trendy.
I spontaneously generated a term for places like this:

Mark Peters said...

Glad you enjoyed! And thanks for adding to the discourse of the doucheteria.