Adjective SURVIVOR! Season Two Point Five: Tim Higgins Edition

Having found THE perfect adjective (actually, adjective plus noun) to describe Drunken Hobbit Jim Burr, we've accomplished one-quarter of the goals on our offseason checklist. (There are actually sixteen items on the list, if you're curious, and we've hit four of 'em, including: get Sobelman's to put a restaurant on campus; go a full week without writing a "Today in the Court System" post; learn to Photoshop, crudely; and purchase Dora the Explorer backpack.)

But it wouldn't be fair to saddle Drunken Hobbit Jim Burr with a new nickname while leaving his perpetual partner in crime out of the fun. Let's remedy that post haste, shall we?

ASSEMBLE THE TRIBES AND BUST OUT THE JPEGS.

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If you haven't figured it out by now, our target in Season Two Point Five is ruddy-faced menace to society Tim Higgins. We won't eat*, we won't sleep**, we won't drink*** until we've found THE perfect adjective to describe him.

* Not true.

** Certainly not true.

*** Definitely not true. In fact, will be false in the next 15 minutes.

Just like last time, we're soliciting your suggestions in the comments during this week's episode. In a related story: it would make me a very, VERY happy boy if someone -- cough Ken cough -- suggested SHAMBOLIC again.

VERY happy.

Let's go!

(Oh, sorry: if you're new to the site and don't understand what the hell we're doing, read this. Or this. And then join the fun.)

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