Skip to around the 1:10 mark to get to the moment in question.
Wham-Sauce (\ˈwam-ˈsȯs\): A forceful but non-threatening blow upon an unsuspecting party. In a sentence:
"He just wham-sauced the meet crew! It doesn't matter, he's a national champion!"
"Carla really wham-sauced that plate of pizza rolls. They never saw it coming."
In noun form:
"Kendrick Lamar just slathered an extra-helping of wham-sauce all over us by releasing an album unannounced."
As an adjective or modifier:
"Ironically, this weak-ass hot sauce is the least wham-sauce thing I've ever tasted."
The words "wham-sauce" now don't look like words after reading them this long. You're welcome.
Rick Santorum may have said some pretty crazy stuff in the past, but that’s nothing compared to this woman.
Santorum was taking questions at the South Carolina National Security Action Summit last weekend, when a lady stepped up to the microphone and went off on the most insane rant ever.
Did you know President Obama the “Communist dictator” once tried to nuke Charleston? Yup, according this retired school teacher it’s totally true.
“He’s trying to destroy the United States,” she says. “The Congress knows this. What kind of games is the Congress of the United States playing with the citizens of the United States?”
She doesn’t seem to ever really get to the meat of her question and eventually they cut her off. But it takes a while, and Santorum just stands there pretending to listen.
“I’m not a sitting member of the Senate,” he says afterwards. “So I’m not taking blame for any of that stuff.”