Wednesday, March 12, 2008

O-YEAH! The O-Bama Face: The New "O Face"

via Huffington Post:

At a Mississippi rally on Monday, where Senator Obama addressed Senator Clinton's suggestive remarks regarding a possible VP slot awaiting him, we couldn't help but notice the very...enthusiastic...young lady sitting right behind him. And we get it, we really do. Poetry is HOT. So we went ahead and coined a new term:

The O-Bama Face (n.)
: the expression made by an Obama supporter when the inspired oration and possibility of a Commander In Chief Obama becomes just too much to take.


If you've been living under a rock for the last nine years, you may be asking, what the heck is an "O Face"? We're here to help.

1. O Face
a term used in the movie Office Space to describe the face one makes when achieving orgasm.

ex. "I'm gonna be showing her my O face."

Watch the scene here:

Incidentally, the "O-bama Face" isn't the only O word to recently enter the lexicon. Introducing the brand-spanking-new..."Obamaed"!:

But will it mean:

Q: Did you hear about the new candidate running a positive and hopeful campaign that departs from Boomer-era partisanship and divisiveness? A: Yeah, why bother. He's gonna get Obamaed anyway.


Q: Did you hear about the new candidate running a partisan and divisive Boomer-era campaign? A: Yeah, why bother. He's gonna get Obamaed anyway.

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1 comment:

PollWatcher said...

This is a thought-provoking post. Relevantly, there is a growing consensus among experts, and in the media, that Obama is not a Boomer, nor an Xer, but instead is a member of Generation Jones (born 1954-1965, between the Boomers and Xers). Just in the last month or so, several top media outlets, including The New York Times, Newsweek Magazine, and NBC, have all made the argument that Obama is specifically part of Generation Jones. I also heard a panel of generations experts recently on a national radio show discussing this specific issue, and four of the five experts conlcuded that Obama is, in fact, a GenerationJoneser…that his bio and political worldview closely match the GenJones archetype.