Saturday, August 23, 2008

Definition of Loser

From the Oxford American Dictionary:

los•er |'loōzər|
noun
  • a person or thing that loses or has lost something, esp. a game or contest.
  • a person who accepts defeat with good or bad grace, as specified : we won fair and square—they should concede that and be good losers.
  • a person or thing that is put at a disadvantage by a particular situation or course of action : children are the losers when politicians keep fiddling around with education.
  • informal a person who fails frequently or is generally unsuccessful in life : a ragtag community of rejects and losers.
  • informal a person who watches a Star Trek episode at approximately 9 o'clock on a Friday night, esp. when said episode was recorded on his or her Tivo.
  • Bridge a card that is expected to be part of a losing trick.

5 comments:

Todd Camplin said...

You Blood . . . Green . . . Vulcan!

Todd Camplin said...

Thanks for that Pandora tip, that really made the station pop with good tunes. Not a lot of repeat any more on my TMBG Radio aka now College Music Radio.

Christine Wy said...

Please write more stories. You're just as cute on paper as you are in real life.

Christine Wy said...

The definition of loser is when you don't entertain your friends who are waiting for you!

Todd Camplin said...

If your a loser, don't just cry about it, DRINK BEER, drink Bob's beer.