Dictionary definition time

ric·tus (rkts)

n. pl. rictus or ric·tus·es
1. The expanse of an open mouth, a bird’s beak, or similar structure.
2. A gaping grimace: “his mouth gaping in a kind of rictus of startled alarm”

7 responses to “Dictionary definition time

  1. he’s smiling ’cause he gets 100% disability benefits from the military even after he voted to block the current Iraq war vets from getting it! Its that overmedicated grin of someone who did a hiking photo op while current vets receiving benefits would be sued for fraud if they did the same

  2. personally, I think it’s plastered on. Like a trollop.

  3. Trollop? oh…you mean CUNT, don’t you?

  4. LOL. Why yes, I do : )

  5. What age is he anyways? 92??? I worry about this election. If Bush can get elected then somebody like this Mc Cain character can too.

  6. John McCain will be 72 in August.

    Worth noting that Mitt Romney is one of his considered running mates.

  7. well for guy of 72 he still seems more than cabable of getting a zit on his nose

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