Vice President Joe Biden’s theatrics during his debate with Congressman Paul Ryan was worthy of an Oscar. He laughed and giggled for an hour and a half during the only opportunity he would have to counter Romney and Ryan’s positions. Many were left scratching their heads after Uncle Joe repeatedly interrupted Congressman Ryan and threw his hands in the air in true thespian fashion in what we only assumed to be academy award-winning revulsion. Who felt uneasy at the mere thought that Vice President Biden is only one heartbeat away from the big chair?
Understanding that there will be many articles decrying Biden’s obviously poor behavior during the debate, it seems appropriate to offer a different slant to our readers and give you ten new words that should be included in your political vocabulary.
Bidened (transitive verb): To be interrupted continuously while delivering an argument of substance.
Joeggles (noun): Uncontrollable laughter at inappropriate times.
Bidenism (noun): A nonsensical, quirky remark or word stated for comedic effect. It often fails dismally.
Polibident (noun): A manufactured adhesive used to hold dentures to gums.
Joegrin (intransitive verb): To smile from ear-to-ear showing an almost inhuman number of teeth.
Joenial (noun): An inability to accept the truth despite innumerable facts to the contrary.
Bidenology (noun): the scientific study of vice presidents obviously in the advanced stages of dementia.
Joedecated (adjective): having an education grounded in hyperbole and falsehoods.
Joetholiscism (noun): a contradictory religion with one devout follower.
Joefit (noun): An unhinged temper tantrum thrown when one doesn’t get his way.
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