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New Verb: Glennergize

  Glennergize:  To be infused with an unexpected surge of new energy in the midst of a seemingly impossible situation.   Ex.:  After consuming seven espressos and that 5 lb. bag of sour gummies, I’m feeling surprisingly Glennergized about today’s plan to climb Mount Everest!

A “Walking Dead” Semantics Smackdown

Lady killer. VS Lady. Killer.

Proceed With Caution: Walking Dead Spoilers A-HEAD

  Just read this Yahoo! TV interview with The Walking Dead‘s Scott Wilson.  As a parting gift, he got to keep his fake severed head from the prop department.  (Gives new meaning to the phrase, “severance package,” doesn’t it?)   R.I.P., Hershel Greene.  

A Walking Dead Haiku Entitled “Ugly Is In The Eye Of The Beheader: No Love For The Gov”

The phrase “his one good
eye” rings hollow.  That eye was
a rat bastard, too.

A Walking Dead Season 1 Haiku Entitled “Everyone Blames Lori and Carl.”

Sartre wrote, “Hell is
other people.  Most of all
it’s Lori and Carl.”