Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Ecclesiological Words That Ought To Exist

Thanks to Allen's Brain for these: just a few to whet your appetite, then go to his post for the full list:

Biblidue: The build-up of bookmarks, bulletins, notes, and other miscellanea that collects in one's Bible.

Clivaholic: One who can no longer control the compulsion to quote C.S. Lewis in every sermon, lesson, or conversation.

Hymnastics: The entertaining body language of the song leader.

Proliferation: An abundance of anti-abortion activists.

Pulpituitary: That phenomenon familiar to those seated on the front pew, during which a preacher produces hazardous conditions with alliterative Ps.

(You know, I have witnessed a proliferation of Clivaholics with much Biblidue between them, myself. It was not pretty.)

2 comments:

Trubador said...

Hymnastics... heh-heh-heh.

Allen said...

Oh, so THAT'S why I've had a resurgence of comments on that posting! Thanks, IC! Do I have you on my teeny blogroll? If not, what's wrong with me? You always crack me up!
Of course, you didn't vote for me as best Catholic blog, but--I suppose I have to be Catholic to get in on that, huh? :-D