See corporate

(verb)

Act of making something "corporate." Institutionally defining a process, product or method. Removing all flexibility from a situation by making all-encompassing rules and regulations.

Negative, Orwellian term for making something not fun, mind numbing by overarching rule or removing creatitivity, humanity or titilation.

See Big Brother
That movie theatre was great, until it was CORPORATIZED.
作者 Something Corp 2012年1月27日
cor-po-ra-tize -
kawr-per-uh-tahyz, -pruh-tahyz–verb (used with object), -tized, -tiz-ing.

1. To aid or enable or encourage the dying of the light.

2. The buying and or acquiring of a wonderful, naturally occurring idea, event, or concept (hangout, rock band local bar & grill) that appeals to a certain group of people, and most likely has acquired some notoriety; then sterilizing the life and soul out of said idea until it can be digested by the masses. Thus aiding in both programming and maintaining the illusion of freedom enjoyed by the clones and worker bee’s we’ve all become.
"Why can't I have my burger cooked medium?" said the confused clone, "well sir we can corporatize that burger for you, for your own safety and because the lawyers told us we had to, either way sir your getting it well done" the server explains while trying to smile like the lady at the DMV did.
作者 micrnc 2009年9月01日

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