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For Your Consideration...
CAGE (verb) — to overact excessively, usually accompanied by wild gestures and spectacular gurning.
Origin: After the actor Nicholas Cage, whose style tends toward the, erm, flamboyant.
Example: The amateur production was not too bad, apart from some cageing by the young lead.
ROBINSON (noun) — a hopelessly lost cause.
Origin: Named after Tony Robinson, who regularly appears on our screens trying to make archeology 'sexy'.
Example: Training dogs using lettuce leaves as rewards was proving to be a total robinson.