After seeing this post appear just now, are there other good recent examples of eponysterical posts or comments? The definition in the Mefi Wiki and Urban Dictionary, a 2007 Meta on the origin of the term which is a fun read, a 2005 Meta on such posts and comments and the old list compiled by scarabic.
What's your goal when you use the word 'eponysterical' in a response? [more inside]
Does this count as an eponysterical comment?
Also, don't worry. A little panty flash now and again is just the sort of thing an easy spirit hip chick on a cruiser like you could be okay with.
posted by Ambrosia Voyeur at 2:26 PM on August 26
It is occasionally referred to as a Bosie (or Bosey) after its inventor Bernard Bosanquet; in Australia it is commonly referred to as a wrong'un (and in India as the wrong one, which led to the naming of the doosra, meaning the other one, named by its inventor Saqlain Mushtaq
Did I miss the memo? Are we now required to do eponysterical front page posts?
What's the opposite of eponysterical?
What's the origin of the term "eponysterical"?
Just for fun I have begun to collect so-called eponysterical posts and comments - that is, postings which are funny in light of the poster's user name. Emhpasis is on the word "begun," here. Please email more submissions as you come across them. Just for fun.
I like the new [more inside] feature in AskMe, but I think it looks clunky having all these big [more inside]s strewn all over the place. [more inside]