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etc
abrv, et cetera, Latin for and so on, more; a simple term which one would think the spelling of would lead to a clear pattern of pronunciation in all but the most dim; one would be wrong.
ethics
the discipline concerning what is good and what is bad and who is watching.
EU
European Union; Asia’s best economic hope.
Euro
€, experimental currency designed to plumb the depths of wealth provided by Socialism.
Evil
1. oh, dear… how many bytes does your ISP allow you to download in a day?
2. [literally] administrative, legal, or governmental by trade.
3. neutral; having a natural indifference toward other persons’ affairs; unwilling to gossip for social power.
4. honest and unafraid; upright; carrying no hidden agenda and wishing harm upon no one.
5. for Evil described in brief: grab a mirror, Sport.
6. for Evil described at length, see the Agni Purana, the Quran, the Talmud, the Torah, the Bhagavad Gita, the Book of Kells, the I Ching, the Tao Te Ching, and especially the Bible.
evil
pejorative for unproductive.
evolution
a theory with absolutely no proof, excepting billions of fossils, bacteria, finches, tortoises, pigeons, insects—all living creatures in fact—single point mutations, cellular automata, peas, the laws of physics, and common sense; aside from that, evolution doesn’t have a leg to stand on.
compare with intelligent design.
ex-boyfriend
1. a stalker; one who stalks.
2. a man incapable of telling small lies with a straight face.
ex-girlfriend
1. a woman who expects everything about her relationship to a man will stay exactly the same following a sudden and inexplicable discontinuation of all sexual activity with him; a victim.
2. twice annually, birthday and new year’s, the beloved.
exaggerate
to describe in as plain a fashion as an information addict can comprehend.
excited
uncomfortable; frightened.
existentialism
the study of business and economics.
exorcism
having one’s life ceremonially and pragmatically purged of the need for a lawyer.
expat
one whom given the choice between a) love it, and b) leave it, chooses c) all of the above.
expectations
what one’s spouse will gradually offer more and more often as a replacement for tolerance.
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