Last night at the bar a man grabbed me by the shoulder to ask me if he could buy me a drink and his friend was like "nah dude you can't just kavanaugh her like that".
Anyway that's the second time I've heard it used as a verb by a man this week.
It's is nice that in English anything can easy become a verb, or many verbs if you add the particles (up, out, in). This makes the language a lot more fluid.
This can be fine in my first language also but is not simple and you end up with a too impractical word.
Perhaps when all the dust settles, we all will emerge more aware and informed of how better to personally interact with those around us. [ sigh ]
I'm [sick] fascinated with the tenacity and blind-eye many have toward propelling and supporting the nomination of Judge K. From a job interview point of view, he failed at the hearing.
P.S. Interesting adaptation of the term.