1. A descritpive term used to describe the state of a person, place, thing or event of a particularly ludicrous nature.
"Nas and Jay-Z in a gay prono together ... what kind of ludicrosity is this?!?!"
Por El-Keter 08 de agosto de 2002
Recieving/falling victim to ludicrous directives, usually from middle management under instruction from management in large companies.
What new acts of extreme ludicrosity have you guys been subjected to TODAY?
Por sonormore 28 de febrero de 2006
Ridiculousness. Ludicratiosness. Full on dumb.
The world ain't flat - that's sheer utter ludicrosity.
Por T-Bird M'T 20 de mayo de 2005
In early 1999, myself and fellow independant filmaker, Emery Noel of manchester NH USA co-wrote a film named "ludicrosity." The plot was about 4 guys who were going nowhere in their lives until the discovered the risks and thrills of comic terrorism- unfortunatly we were at about 75% complete primary shooting of our footage on 9/11/01, and the project had to be scrapped in the tense weeks that followed. Filmaker's insurance skyrocketed, police participation was nil and several locations backed out. Though we copyrighted the title believing that in fact we had created the word circa summer 1999, I am not laying individual claim to it other than as the title to our film. Thought that may be interesting to someone somewhere out there at some time, who enjoys the word.

Posted by: Gordon Smith on May 25, 2004 07:31 PM
"critics described the film as nothing short of remarkable- amazing and filled with such Ludicrosity as to make your heads spin"

form our now defunct website
Por Gordon Smith 25 de mayo de 2004
ridiculous irony, odd juxtapositions causing chuckle or grin
I am forever in search of further ludicrosity, in addition to greater efficiency.
Por alanora 18 de mayo de 2009

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