2 definitions by Daniel James O'Connell

the imitation of the absolute universe through art and literature
combination of the following:-
omni = Latin for all, entire, absolute
mesis = Hebrew term for one who takes the gaze from God
mimesis = Greek - the imitation of life through art and literature

omnimesis
作者 Daniel James O'Connell 2006年4月22日
Phrase used to describe a person or situation which is either less than desirable or lacklustre. May also be used to comment on the attitude or action of a person.
"How was your trip to Guernsey?"
"Terrible, it was lacking in salt"

"I can't make it, you go on without me!!"
"Your attitude is sorely lacking in salt, stand up soldier!"

"Hai lets go to simon's party"
"No wai, it's gonna totally lack salt"
作者 Daniel James O'Connell 2008年1月22日

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