babalog
 n.— «The Babalog are gearing up for the party ahead (everything’s a party, darling, when you get to the bottom of it). Their idea of grass-roots level democracy does not go beyond checking their own manicured lawns for weeds. Don’t be surprised if election promises include really, really vital stuff like extending lounge bar timings and doing away with taxes on designer clothes. The party they belong to is the one being hosted by a polo-playing buddy in a sprawling farmhouse. These good-looking leaders will push an agenda that might include the transformation of their shrewdly-chosen constituencies into versions of Buddha Bar.» —“Page 3 Politicians” by Shobha De Times of India Feb. 1, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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