See You Next Tuesday
No. This isn't a Bill Hobbsesque fare thee well. This is me, talking about a really grungy swear word with a perfectly good latin derivation.
Tom (link at right) is my younger brother. He lags behind me by six very long years and moves in a world much different than mine. He has informed me that the title phrase of this post is a very hip new (?) way to say a four-letter slur. Personally, although I hate the word in question I have to say that I fully admire a society creative enough to come up with this twist. How much more creative is this than just saying "The C Word".
Which reminds me...why aren't you all watching Arrested Development? I mean, aside from the fact that it's been preempted by the ghastly (sorry, John H. ) sport of baseball for the next couple of weeks.
Michael, asking his brother to sell the new yacht: "GOB, get rid of the Seaward."
Their mom Lucille, overhearing this last part of the conversation: "I'll leave when I'm good and ready."
It's funny and it's made for TiVo, because you will rewind just to resavour the joke.
UPDATE: I'm so behind the times. This guy has compiled a whole list of Seaward Substitutes. Some of them suck. The rest of them are pretty clever.