tawdry

[TAW-dree]

adjective

Gaudy, showy and cheap.

I like the pubic hair shaped into an arrow pointing at your hoohaw, but don’t you think it’s a bit tawdry?

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fain

[FEYN]

adverb

Gladly; willingly. adjective. Content; willing.

I would fain have gone with him to the LOLcats themed orgy, but it required that I not shave any part of my body for three months prior to the event.

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tractable

[TRAK-tuh-buhl]

adjective

Easily handled, managed, or worked; malleable.

Priests love young, innocent children because they’re tractable and can be taught that God will hate them if they tell anyone about touching Jesus’ “favorite place.

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docent

A tour guide at a museum, art gallery, historical site, etc.

“Today we are the lucky recipients of a private, after-hours tour,” Ed said, as he knocked on the ‘staff only’ door at the back of the Natural History Muesum…

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exalt

[ig-ZOLT]

verb

To praise, glorify, or honor.

During the holidays my family and I pretend to exalt a few of the Greek gods, just to piss off the Christian assholes next door.

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chide

To express disapproval of; scold.

I felt the need to chide her sexual past, but I guess virgins aren’t that bad.

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risible

[RIZ-uh-buhl]

adjective

Capable of laughing; disposed to laugh.

Michael Steele is more risible than he is intelligent…

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