Tuesday, July 22, 2008

New Word - Block- Squash

We have all heard of a "block-head" meaning a person is thick headed, stubborn and dense.

I would like to propose a new phrase to the English archive - Block Squash meaning a person who is stubborn for no reason. The inside of their block is all mushy and rotted with garbage and devoid of any structure. It is not so much stubborn as it is the mush and mud of apathy. The tires of thought spinning endlessly in the mud of their mind.

The benefit of being one of the first to use this phrase is that people have no idea I am insulting them. They think that guy is just talking mad gibberish.

You can actually.... if you pay attention, watch the insult sail past their vacant eyes and become engulfed in the grey mashed potato-ed squash that once held so much promise as their brain.

Do not try to pick this persons brain or you will get some on you like a soup spilled into your engine or a greasy stain down the front of your shirt.

Block Squash


Rocketstar said...

What do you say if the block squash asks what that menas?

Brian in Mpls said...

That is the beauty of it the won't get it, so you can tell them anything. However in the event that they are bigger then you or have extensive martial arts training I would go with you head looks like a big beautiful squash and then yell block squash and start running..

Muffy Willowbrook said...

I like it.

I'll incorporate it into my rotation.

Tara said...

LOL...I will so use that one :)

Robin said...

I eat block squash for breakfast.

JLee said...

ew, the inside of a squash is so slimy and gooey. It's perfect to describe certain individuals!