What is the meaning of 'Flurge'?



Question: During tonight's "Women of SNL" special, NBC re-aired Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's now-legendary impressions of Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton from the last presidential election. Poehler, as Clinton, asked the nation, "Don't refer to me as a 'Flurge'! I Googled what it stands for, and I do not like it."

So what is a flurge, exactly?

Answer:
Well, kids, according to UrbanDictionary, "flurge" refers to the sudden urge to be flaccid, but it's very likely that the geniuses over at "Saturday Night Live" made up the word, and it doesn't actually stand for anything at all. If you're looking to add to your vocabulary, we'd guess that you can use the word interchangeably with the other terms that Poehler mentions - like "harpy," "shrew," and "boner-killer."

We also particularly like Slate's idea -- F.L.I.R.G.E. First Lady I'd Rather Get Elected.


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