Dropping a Prince \drä-piŋ ˈā ˈprin(t)s\ (gerund): A declarative statement used to critique an individual or entity’s behavior, thinly veiled as a directive for the general audience, though providing no details of the subject of critique.
The wellspring of our new term.
Though certainly not limited to its namesake.
Another prescient example.
“Dropping a Prince” can happen anywhere, anytime, across a multitude of social media platforms (though if it happens on G+, no one will care). In practice, the term may present initial symptoms of affirmation – “I’m thankful for my community” – before devolving into recognizable rhetoric – “…aren’t you?”
We give this term to you, world, and ask only that you use it wisely. For more information please consult the song below.[audio http://sprudge.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/drop-a-prince.mp3]