Wednesday, March 25, 2009

blah blah-ologist

noun. A smart specialist in zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

Real citation: "blah blah-ologist
It interests me nearly that van gogh could know the potato eaters for a masterpiece. (because everything i hear, see, read, taste, smell or touch--everything i experience, in fact, except for pain--gets processed through me at an alarming rate--i'm not bragging; it is alarming; i continuously have to go back for obscure pieces of my comprehensions that i didn't realize i'd absorbed in order to get to where i've got, consequentially my ratiocination is not so much full of holes as just soaked, you know? jumbled? doing something quickly doesn't entail doing it well. anyway, because of this, finding out about van gogh means something to me, and i recognize that it's something not necessarily intrinsic to van gogh. like janie with her meshes, i'm checking it out.)
(June 18, 2007, Water in the Fields,

Made-up citation: "It's not easy to become a blah blah-ologist. It takes years of whatever, a summer of something-or-other, more than one yada yada, and a daily regimen of frequent foozie-whatsits."

1 comment:

Joel said...

This was on an episode of Scrubs from a few years ago.

Dr. Cox: "Take your blah-blah to the blah-blah-ologist."