06/20/2014 01:02 EDT | Updated 06/20/2014 01:59 EDT

Have You Been 'Corbella'd?': Website Pokes Fun At Calgary Herald

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Since the dawn of newspapers, people have poked fun at columnists and their opinions.

But one Calgarian has taken it to the next level, coming up with a verb to describe the feeling you get when you know you've read something so ridiculous you can't believe it was published in the first place.

"Corbella'd: The act of reading a Calgary Herald editorial and immediately regretting it. 'I've just been Corbella'd. Ugh,'" reads

Named after Calgary Herald columnist and opinion page editor Licia Corbella, Tyler Hellard's site takes aim at the newspaper's often right-leaning op-ed pieces that get Calgarians' eyes a-rollin'.

For instance?

People can click through to find out which columnist thinks Machiavelli had some pretty good advice, or which writer thinks Alice Munro is vague, boring and uninteresting.

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