Pronounced Eez-Li-Er. A comparative word used to compare people’s relative easiness with respect to sex. This word is more difficult to use when referring to men due to their overall high levels of easiness.
Mike: “I was going to hit on Sue at that party…but her friend Tammy is a lot easilier and I was so drunk I had trouble putting a complete sentence together.”
A day at work that requires you to drive home while listening to the song "Maggie's Farm" at a very high volume. Either the Bob Dylan or Rage Against the Machine version will work, the Rage version is more therapeutic but may result in road rage. This song does provide excellent stress relief after a "Maggie's Farm Day".
Wife: "Hey honey, how was your day?"
Husband: "I had a real Maggie's Farm Day at work. I listened to Maggie's Farm on the way home, cussed at a few drivers, and now I feel fine...let's go have a nice dinner."
Similar to writer's block but for spreadsheet dorks rather than writing dorks. Having trouble or being completely unable to begin a spreadsheet because you cannot envision how the analysis needs to look.
John: "I need to get this analysis done for my boss but I can't figure out how to get started...total spreadsheet block."