Most english speakers love to use the term "ishy," as in "That car is grey-ish" or "Robin Williams is funny-ish." I like the idea, however, I try not to subscribe to the "ishy" fad sweeping our nation. The reason, is that I have a freind named Ishy (short for Ishmael), and I know how annoying it can be when someone uses a regular word which you can mistake for your name (Nothing is ever "exact" around me... its precise, perhaps...).
As a result, I use the suffix "esque" as in "Good-esque" or "French fry-esque" (used both to describe McDonalds Food). The bonus to using "esque", of course, is that it makes you sound intellectual. For example, nobody whose non-intellectual goes around talking about a girl being "Reubenesque" (One who takes on on the properties of the famous Sandwich).
Of course the polar opposite of "esque" is "like." Like, totally, like is, like, the worst, like, word to ever use, like, twenty times in, like, one sentence, you know? But honestly, imagine saying that a painting is Warhol-Like. What!? That is insane. Warhol-ish sounds off enough. You like totally dropped the ball.
So I don't like like, and I do like "esque" and let's not forget "reminicent of" which is basically a prefix. "Oh yes, Facebook is reminicent of Big Brother." Sounds startlingly deep dispite the fact that its a somewhat unbased accusation being thrown around by Zachesque people.
Seriously, have you realized what Facebook can do!? They can control your mind! Their terms of service ask for your firstborn child. Its true! (Okay, its reminicent of truth). Facebook is totally within its legal rights to give your credit card to Hungarian salt miners. HUNGARIAN SALT MINERS. Do you know how much a dollar is worth to those guys? 237.5 Forints! That is a shitton of Forints. I think. Its at least plentyesque.
If I were you, I'd unlock all my doors and windows! Escape your house! The internet and TV, and your cellphone are trying to control your brain with...
Wait, frack that. You need to read this blog. It is WAY too important to let go. You know what, its all worth it. The control, the loss of personal information, the overwhelming knowlege of you in government databases, its all worth it for the Rant. At least worth it-esque.