from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The characteristic of being ridiculous.
- n. The result of being ridiculous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character of being ridiculous, laughable, or absurd.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a message whose content is at variance with reason
And day after day, it grew a little easier, a little less uncomfortable, and now she sits with her peers, trilling over a new Mask, playing pretend like when she was younger, until the day all this ridiculousness is over and she can move on to more important things.
This work is full of caricature, exaggeration, and just plain ridiculousness, but in a way, it also feels more real than other manga.
A testament to the pair's ridiculousness is another theme that runs through these three films: blood and ice cream.
I was going to post about some of the ridiculousness in my life (and by that I mean one outcome of said ridiculousness is that I've been BANNED from an online book forum, oh nooooooooooooooes!), but I'd much rather let y'all know that yesterday I found out that I'll have a piece of short fiction published in an upcoming issue of Behind the Wainscot. w00t!
Of course all of that ridiculousness is long-gone today, although it still exists informally in the sense that every town has a White area, a Black area, and a Colored area.
Bush has come full circle: His ridiculousness is approaching the sort of existential absurdity that is untouchable.
It’s about as serious and true to its subject matter as The Blues Brothers, and escalates in ridiculousness in a similar manner.
To those claiming that this asinine sovereign citizen movement is a reaction to a black president, this ridiculousness has been around a LONG time, at least 30 years.
A few reasons are listed, but Roger finishes with the following quoted ridiculousness, which is just the sort of ridiculousness that makes me smile:
Pater Aletheias: Or were you trying to demonstrate what ridiculousness occurs when one or two verses are stripped from their larger context?