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  About MCwords   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The main purpose behind the MCwords site is for it to be a placeholder for all of the writing activities of the MCwords, and morespecifically, the MCslp, team.
MCwords also has some associations with other websites, you can find out more information on the Associations page.
MCwords is also a member of the Amazon.com Associates program, of which there is more information available here.
old.mcslp.com /about   (312 words)

 Mcwords - Sonic Anime Community Online
Rule 1: You may post up to five McWords at a time.
Rule 2: You may not use any McWords that are already used by both the McDonalds Corporation and other users.
Rule 3: Avoid being obscene and crass when making up McWords as it violates one of the rules regarding inappropriate language and content established in this forum.
www.sonicanime.net /forums/index.php?showtopic=13170   (512 words)

 McWords - TheBestLinks.com - McDonald's, George Ritzer, USA Today, McDonaldization, ...
McWords - TheBestLinks.com - McDonald's, George Ritzer, USA Today, McDonaldization,...
McWords, McDonald's, George Ritzer, USA Today, McDonaldization, McJob, Mansion...
This is a list of words beginning with the Mc prefix, in cases where it references McDonald's and its associated cultural effects.
www.thebestlinks.com /McWords.html   (106 words)

 The Daily Princetonian - Living in a 'McWorld'
Irony is apparently not a mode much practiced in lawschool, more's the tort.
Back to mcwords, they form a subset of the English lexicon derived from personal names.
Generally the source is a surname, but on occasion "Christian" or given names lie behind them.
www.dailyprincetonian.com /archives/2003/11/21/opinion/9178.shtml   (717 words)

 Made-up McWords on t'internet
Topic: Made-up McWords on t'internet (Read 95 times)
I know I am one of those people who add "Mc" or "McTell" to the front, middle or end of words to make them personalised to Ralph, but I was wondering if anyone had come across other "McWords" on t'internet.
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www.talkawhile.co.uk /yabbse/index.php?topic=17616.0   (174 words)

 blerg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
I politely point out to dude that i aint invited him, he aint welcome & he's gonna get a knee to his meat & two veg (small portions) if he dont away himself and speedy on up to the cab office up da road (like 3 minutes).
He finally leaves, after saying i da bigest out of order bitch, or MCwords to that effect, and rather immaturely tryna slam my door.
Well i did want to point out that I have NEVER actually rang him, or been the first to text him EVER.
www.th1rt33n.com /blogger   (1439 words)

 Domain silliness | Computerworld Blogs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
When I started up the company that now takes up most of my time I called it MCslp and have corresponding domains.
But for some reason I decided that MCwords would be a much better name for my writing exploits, so I registered that.
When I started providing services to clients, I registered more, like mcwordsams.com, mcwordswr.com and even mcslp-home.com for my personal stuff.
www.computerworld.com /blogs/node/546   (1474 words)

 The Harvard Crimson :: Arts :: Screenshots: Grey's Anatomy
Who knew that amidst surgical rooms and cadavers there was a hotbed of steamy affairs and doctors that can only be described as “McDreamy”?
Ah, the McWorld of “Grey’s Anatomy.” Centering upon the lives of five surgical interns at Seattle’s Grace Hospital, “Grey’s” has ushered in a new wave of McWords and Patrick Dempsey’s awe-inspiring comeback.
With the recent release of the second season on DVD, it is time for us to reflect on syphilis outbreaks, the emergence of Addison Shepherd, and an orgasmic patient.
www.thecrimson.com /article.aspx?ref=514757   (198 words)

 Vanessa Valentine ::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Privacy Policy ©2007 About, Inc., A part of The New York Times Company.
McWords - Words created in popular culture as a result of the influence of McDonald's.
Tara's Floral Expressions business hours Our shop is open from 9:00 a.m.
love.blogpool.org /vanessa-valentine.html   (208 words)

 E-Commerce Solutions: Template-Driven Pages, Part 2
He is author of both the Perl and Python Annotated Archives and Perl: The Complete Reference.
He can be contacted at mc@mcwords.com or through the MCwords website.
Jupitermedia Corporation has two divisions: Jupiterimages and JupiterWeb
www.serverwatch.com /news/print.php/10824_1127681_3   (107 words)

 Adam's Blogspace
I had lunch in McD's, it's been a while my good old friend and provider of unhealthy junk food.
Had a chicken sandwich :o) forget the sandwich, there was another rather tasty dish serving me behind the counter :p i couldn't get my McWords out for a McSecond.
On my return home, after the rail replacement bus service (grr at you Merseyrail), I spent the afternoon panicking about my school work.
madeinsaneuk.livejournal.com   (1560 words)

 CogDogBlog » Blog Archive » (Softly) Banging WordPress
Poor choice of title; makes me think of this.
Anyhow, great piece on bad McChoice of McWords.
This dog deftly powered by the awesomeness of WordPress 2.0.1.
cogdogblog.com /2005/06/01/banging-wordpress   (543 words)

 Fast Food Source - Your guide to fast food restaurants, menus, nutrition, news and information
The firm has seen its prefix used to coin such terms as McMansions, McPaper (for USA Today) and even McWorld, a theory of what might happen if individual cultures disappear, replaced entirely by U.S. culture.
By calling attention to the term McJobs, McDonald's marketers may have misstepped: The attention may further popularize its usage and breed other - even less flattering - McWords.
Their best hope is that the word quietly falls out of favor - and the dictionary - the way poke bonnet, record changer and totalitarianize did this year.
www.fastfoodsource.com /forum/viewthread.php?tid=262   (390 words)

 McDonald's - Psychology Central   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Pret a Manger, Chipotle Mexican Grill, McDonald's subsidiaries
McWords - the use of the "Mc" as a prefix to create a (usually) pejorative term
Don Gorske, a McDonald's enthusiast who has eaten over 20,000 Big Mac hamburgers
psychcentral.com /psypsych/McDonald's   (4888 words)

 littlemisskool   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
I suppose I can't exactly look forward to another Wu-Tang album now in the near future.
Lately I've been saying a lot of Wordy McWords to emphasize my Thoughttie McThoughts...
I'm not too sure why I'm going through this weird phase of adopting a speech impediment but if I think about it briefly like the Communications student that I am, perhaps the cultural entrenchment of Ronald McDonald has something to do with it?
littlemisskool.blogspot.com /2004_11_01_littlemisskool_archive.html   (5049 words)

 bookofjoe: March 23, 2007
Dictionaries reflect contemporary usage — they describe rather than prescribe.
And as Dennis Baron, a professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, said back in 2003: "If lexicographers allowed individuals or pressure groups to dictate definitions, then our language would be reduced to mere McWords."
The American psychologist Frederick Herzberg said: "If you want someone to do a good job, give them a good job to do."€ That is not always so easy in an era of automation and efficiency, when employers deliberately seek — often unwisely — to simplify and de-skill certain jobs.
www.bookofjoe.com /2007/03/23/index.html   (4668 words)

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