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15.
noun - 1. Often Disparaging and Offensive. a person from a backwoods or other remote area, esp. from the mountains of the northwestern U.S.
There are lots of palins buying bulk at costco.
goingnowhereによって 2008年09月05日(金)
 
16.
A annoying shreiking neo-con who doesnt care about anyone. Is not a reformer, also, total cocksucker, like her daughter
Fuck man, that bitch is such a fuckin PALIN!
clintonisbetterによって 2008年09月05日(金)
 
17.
An inexperienced, mildly retarded, down syndrome sprouting, first amendment abolishing, creationism enforcing, wolf and wildlife killing woman who doesn't know "What is it exactly that a VP does every day?"
I'd bang Palin, but I sure as hell don't want that bitch running my country.
Brandon Dean McCannによって 2008年09月22日(月)
 
18.
Verb

To avoid the issue.

To change the subject.

To dodge.

To blatantly change the subject and talk about what one desires and disregard the subject at hand.

Bullshitting aka "BS-ing."
IFILL: Governor, please if you want to respond to what he said about Sen. McCain's comments about health care?

PALIN: I would like to respond about the tax increases.

(Taken from the 2008 Vice Presidential Debate between Sarah Palin & Joe Biden)

Usage:

"Quit Palin."

"You Palin hard...just answer the question."

"He Palin."



Sweet Cocoaによって 2008年10月19日(日)
 
19.
A unit of time employed to measure the delay between hearing a fart, and smelling it. This can take anywhere from a few seconds to several months; Farts that make noise today might not begin to stink until after election season.
One palin, two palin, thr-oh GOD ITS HORRIBLE!
Neptocracyによって 2008年09月06日(土)
 
20.
To respond to a question with a random talking points having little to no bearing on the question being asked; in the style of VP candidate and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. (also a noun describing a response like this.)
Q: How should the United States deal with the economic crisis?

A: John McCain is a maverick, and Alaska has oil...

Me: Wow, way to Palin that question.
Dextrocardiaによって 2008年10月08日(水)
 
21.
pal·in (pāl’ĭn) v. palined, palin·ing, palins 1. To flub, fail or otherwise stumble in response to simple, predictable questions in an interview; to give an off-topic and incoherent or syntactically suspect response to a simple, predictable question in an interview; to do likewise in any other human endeavor. 2. To fabricate an untruth, that is easily verifiable as such, in response to a question for which one does not know the answer.
My wife asked if she looked fat in that dress. I palined her by saying those shoes sure look nice.

timmyf2によって 2008年10月12日(日)