Buzzy as an Adjective

Several of the articles detailing the firing of the lady in charge of the NY Times have made much use of the word “buzzy.”   She purportedly complained to one of her subordinates that the Times wasn’t “buzzy” enough. 

This marked the third or fourth time this week that I’ve seen the word “buzzy” used as an adjective in some article or other to describe something.  No problem with and can well understand a marijuana-related article using it.


However, “buzzy” is also being used in other non-pot contexts. 


So I went to Urban Dictionary to see what they had to say about the word “buzzy.”

My first reaction to all this expanded use of “buzzy” was semi-positive.  You know, any publicity is good publicity right?  However, to see it used to describe a lava lamp and then someone who crapped in an ice cream cone, now I’m not so sure.  Stayed tuned while I buzzy all this out.

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Buzzy as an Adjective

Several of the articles detailing the firing of the lady in charge of the NY Times have made much use of the word “buzzy.”   She purportedly complained to one of her subordinates that the Times wasn’t “buzzy” enough. 

This marked the third or fourth time this week that I’ve seen the word “buzzy” used as an adjective in some article or other to describe something.  No problem with and can well understand a marijuana-related article using it.


However, “buzzy” is also being used in other non-pot contexts. 


So I went to Urban Dictionary to see what they had to say about the word “buzzy.”

My first reaction to all this expanded use of “buzzy” was semi-positive.  You know, any publicity is good publicity right?  However, to see it used to describe a lava lamp and then someone who crapped in an ice cream cone, now I’m not so sure.  Stayed tuned while I buzzy all this out.

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Buzzy as an Adjective

Several of the articles detailing the firing of the lady in charge of the NY Times have made much use of the word “buzzy.”   She purportedly complained to one of her subordinates that the Times wasn’t “buzzy” enough. 

This marked the third or fourth time this week that I’ve seen the word “buzzy” used as an adjective in some article or other to describe something.  No problem with and can well understand a marijuana-related article using it.


However, “buzzy” is also being used in other non-pot contexts. 


So I went to Urban Dictionary to see what they had to say about the word “buzzy.”

My first reaction to all this expanded use of “buzzy” was semi-positive.  You know, any publicity is good publicity right?  However, to see it used to describe a lava lamp and then someone who crapped in an ice cream cone, now I’m not so sure.  Stayed tuned while I buzzy all this out.

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Buzzy as an Adjective

Several of the articles detailing the firing of the lady in charge of the NY Times have made much use of the word “buzzy.”   She purportedly complained to one of her subordinates that the Times wasn’t “buzzy” enough. 

This marked the third or fourth time this week that I’ve seen the word “buzzy” used as an adjective in some article or other to describe something.  No problem with and can well understand a marijuana-related article using it.


However, “buzzy” is also being used in other non-pot contexts. 


So I went to Urban Dictionary to see what they had to say about the word “buzzy.”

My first reaction to all this expanded use of “buzzy” was semi-positive.  You know, any publicity is good publicity right?  However, to see it used to describe a lava lamp and then someone who crapped in an ice cream cone, now I’m not so sure.  Stayed tuned while I buzzy all this out.

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