Tuesday, July 04, 2006


noun. A pickled, perished state.

Real citation: "absolutely mortified, but not ready for embalmitude"
(Sean Willard, June 11, 1993, http://groups.google.com/group/talk.bizarre/msg/b7a378cf329cd77c)

Made-up citation: "I've seen Sonic Youth 12 times and love them deeply, but even I thought they might be ready for embalmitude. Yet their new CD is frisky as a kitty on a catnip-and-crack bender."

1 comment:

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