As part of our continuing effort to teach you all the language of Tout Speak, here's another entry from Crowne's New World Dictionary of Tout Speak:
"Million-Star Play" - adj. + adj. + n. phrase
The tout started with a 1000-star play, and lost 10 in a row.
Sometimes combined with the terms "Millenium" or "My Lifetime," to form the sentences "Million Star Play of the Millenium," or "Million Star Play of My Lifetime," in which case it means the tout has never lost 10 in a row before and therefore this is the first million star play he's ever needed to put out.
"I have never, ever lost this game." - Today's game has never, ever been played before. I can't lose it until after they play it.
I never, ever lost tonight's Happy Ending game between Tampa Bay and Seattle. I also never, ever lost 6 of my last 7 Happy Ending games, and now that they are over, I never, ever will. GIVEN YOUR WEEK A HAPPY ENDING WITH TONIGHT'S NEVER EVER LOST GAME.