Yep, that's what some people call them. You can read more here. (It's actually kind of interesting.)
1. Entries must be comprised of only one sentence. Please use semicolons sparingly, as I consider their use offensive. Plus, that's cheating. You may, however, be as liberal as you like with parentheses because parentheteticals are like chocolate milk, you can never have enough.
2. You may enter as many times as you like and I encourage you to do so. In fact, I strongly advise you to do nothing but submit entries to this... ah, let's call it a "game." You may, if you feel so inclined, pause in your entry submitting to write your own blog post that links to this game. You may also tweet about it or link to it on Facebook.
3. To qualify, you must include at least four generic descriptors in your sentence and your sentence must make sense. This provision does not attempt to squelch creativity. Surrealism, absurdism, and other appropriate isms are welcome. Just make sure your sentence has, like, a verb.
4. Your generic descriptors must be capitalized. Failure to do so will result in your entry being deleted. (Unless it's really good.)
If you were too lazy to click the link, here are many generic descriptors from which to choose:
AstroTurf, Baggies, Band-Aid, Beer Nuts, Breathalyzer, Brillo Pads, Coke, Dacron, Dumpster, Frisbee, Hi-Liter, Hula-Hoop, Jacuzzi, Jeep, Jell-O, Jockey Shorts, Kitty Litter, Kleenex, Laundromat, Liquid Paper, Magic Marker, Muzak, Novocain, Ping-Pong, Play-Doh, Popsicle, Post-it Note, Q-Tip, Realtor, Rollerblade, Scotch Tape, Scrabble, Seeing Eye (dog), Sheetrock, Slim Jim, Styrofoam, Super glue, Technicolor, Teflon, TelePrompTer, Vaseline, Velcro, Walkman and Xerox.
And here's a sample entry, just so we're clear:
While playing Scrabble with my Realtor, I accidentally spilled my Coke on his Jockey Shorts.