adj. All the news that's fit-y-ish to print.
Real citation: "Palin whines: Couric asked 12 different times about abortion. It's called "follow-up," Ma'am. It's journalist-ic-y-ish stuff."
(Nov. 16, 2009, Andy Cobb, Twitter, http://twitter.com/andycobb/statuses/5779533973)
Made-up citation: "My background is journalist-ic-y-ish... In fact, I was the first American journalist to report on the smurf-leprechaun war. Suck on that, CNN."