from the greek letters of the alphabet, omega (the last) and alpha (the first)
FinitiantBy: Lachlan M Burke
Derived from the latin words 'finis' and 'initiem' describing the beginning and end- the incorporation of both together shows a bond and tie- therefore in a linguistically sense, perfectly appropriate
"That director thinks he's so clever, bookending all of his movies like that."
When someone obfuscates information in an effort to amaze or mystify others into believing something is far more meaningful, interconnected or intelligent than it actually is, most often by complicating the subject matter. Often associated with story telling, films and literature.
When you are dying to break wind in the cinema and you wait patiently for a scene with noisy explosions to let rip, but you misjudge and get your timing all wrong, and you end up filling the auditorium with the strains of your rattling fart as the film unexpectedly cuts to a quiet love scene.
bass dropBy: rouadec
worst timing ever, I really dropped the bass on this one
Auditorium MisfireBy: Das
"Derek regretted downing eighteen cans of guiness before accompanying Agnes to the cinema. Owing partly due to his age, his anus pelted the crowd with the eldritch gases of Auditorium misfire. "
It evokes the sense of a methane battlefield.
" I visited the local odeon today but had to leave early. I had a massive bout of Cineflatuae"
Cos I made it and it says FART