And anyone who thinks differently is a just a big stupid Captain Buzzkill
Inevitably, just as the app reaches cultural saturation (LeBron James is doing it!), the privacy advocates, scolds and even the conspiracy theorists come out to play buzzkill
Right in the midst of the Lunar New Year Holiday, a BuzzFeed reporter with ties to Taiwan was a real buzzkill
when she posted a Tweet saying only those from countries which observe the festival, or have been invited from such countries can participate.
Dr Seuss the penname of the late Theodor Seuss Geisel published The Lorax in 1971 and it quickly became a classic children's book, a staple of the environmental movement and a major buzzkill
for the logging industry.
That reality is a buzzkill
for those trying to play by the rules.
Fair and reasonable or not, FDA could very weE be a major buzzkill
in the CBD supplement sector.
Fans of Trailer and 1977-era Ash will have their cockles warmed by the punk-infused Buzzkill
, while Confessions In The Pool offers a slice of indie disco.
It's been a great way to get in touch with old friends; keep in touch with existing ones (because, let's face it, traffic is a buzzkill
and it's difficult to go out with your homies regularly, especially when you live on opposite ends of the Earth); and make new ones (although frankly, I don't accept friend requests from people I've never met at least once in my lifetime).
It also isn't meant to be a buzzkill
, but aims to 'further drive awareness of just how pervasive sexual misconduct in film and television is and to help make ethical media consumption easier.'
But if Kelly's prologue (in which his excruciating return to gravity after a year in space prompts him to plead, "Stick a fork in me, I'm done.") could serve as the ultimate NASA buzzkill
, Kelly's colorful look back on how a New Jersey under-achiever wound up putting the "rock" in rocket man is anything but.
That was a buzzkill
. My parents declined medications and provided probatfouhe best remedy ever--good parenting.
Artifacts of the old American temperance movement--a good idea for 10% of the population but a burdensome buzzkill
for the rest--remain with us to this day, as anyone who has tried to buy a bottle of Pinot Grigio in a supermarket at 11 a.m.