Thursday, May 07, 2009


noun. A paleo-giraffe?

Real citation: "There was something about the orange crayons. They were always the first to go, like the front line of soldiers in a bloody battle. They didn’t stand a chance against Bill. Tom watched as Bill whittled away another one of the wax sticks with enthusiasm, filling up yet another orange dinosaur. It was big, with elephant feet and vines hanging out of it’s mouth. A long-neck-asaurus or something. Simone had bought them both coloring books at the grocery store, but Bill had already scribbled over his own pages and was now making quick work of Tom’s dinosaur book. Tom didn’t mind. Whatever it took to keep Bill in good spirits was usually worth the cost, and today it was a newsprint coloring book. Today was cheap."
(May 5, 2008, Livejournal,

Made-up citation: "Before my current position as exorcist-in-residence for Macy's, I used to kill terrorist-controlled long-neck-asauruses for a shadowy government organization. Now that was a great way to meet women."

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