For example, there's a forum on "Hoyay" in "Lost". Ummmmm... does anybody have a clue where this slang word (which apparently is a synonym for "slash" or just "gayness") came from? *G* You've gotta check out this thread - *G*: http://forums.televisionwithoutpity.com/index.php?showtopic=3118614
Sample entry (and example of "hoyay" used in a sentence.... *G*):
"I think follow might be too tame of word for what the hoyay does around Dom...
Perhaps: anywhere Dom goes, the hoyay is sure to rub suggestively against anyone and everything in the room magically turning even the coffee table gay."
(*L*! Here's more:
"Poor Charlie. Doomed to be the slut of the island."
"Doomed? Have you seen what most of the other people on that island look like?"
"Hee! I think I meant doomed as iin incredibly lucky both for him and us."
"From naked detective's assistant to hobbit to shaft-driving heroin boi...
... does Dom just get those kinds of roles, or is he trying to tell us something? ")
And, if, like me, you missed tonight's "Lost" (hey, I had an REM concert to go to!!! In a great venue!), then here's a "recaplet" from TV without Pity to tide you over until the "caplet" comes through... *G*. BTW, those of you who have seen the episode might enjoy it, too... *G*:
What a fucking amazing night of television. A haunted protagonist fought through exhaustion, desperation, and the burden of responsibility for an entire community's physical and psychological health. The hero, against all odds, chased the ghosts of history -- and emerged triumphant. That's right: the long-cursed Boston Red Sox won their fourth game in a row over the New York Yankees to win the American League Championship Series, four games to three. Over on Lost, Jack's dad died in Sydney and Jack finds his coffin -- but not his body -- by a freshwater pool on the island.