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post #11 of 42 Old 08-21-2008, 06:39 PM Thread Starter
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I love "couching distance," too! I've never heard that before.

I used to work in a retail store and sometimes customers would come in and say "what happened?" when they missed something the owner was saying to them. When they left the owner would rant about how much he hated that expression - "what do you mean, 'what happened?' You were standing right there! The sky fell, that's what happened!"

Does that count as one? Wha' happened?
Oh heck yea! I think that pretty much anything can be used as a urban term. And if you LOVED Couching Distance, lol you'll love the rest of my list.

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post #12 of 42 Old 08-22-2008, 01:12 AM
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I love "couching distance," too! I've never heard that before.

I used to work in a retail store and sometimes customers would come in and say "what happened?" when they missed something the owner was saying to them. When they left the owner would rant about how much he hated that expression - "what do you mean, 'what happened?' You were standing right there! The sky fell, that's what happened!"

Does that count as one? Wha' happened?
Oh heck yea! I think that pretty much anything can be used as a urban term. And if you LOVED Couching Distance, lol you'll love the rest of my list.
Can't wait!!


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post #13 of 42 Old 08-22-2008, 09:09 AM Thread Starter
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Alright, I think I'll add 3 terms:

Homing from work:
Using work time and resources for personal tasks.

"Don't bother Bob, he's always homing from work."


Jabroni:
One who talks the talk, but could never walk the walk; a loser or poser.

"HEY! Don't be talkin smack, ya friggin Jabroni."


Hasselhoffing:
The act of changing a colleague’s desktop wallpaper to display the manly physique of David Hasselhoff; or the act of eating sloppily while intoxicated.

"Dude! I'm away from my desk for 5 minutes, and you Hasselhoffed me!""

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3 more for today:

Butt dial:
When your cell phone accidentally calls someone you did not mean to while on your person.

"I called Jenny a jerk the other day, and she heard me because my butt dialed her."

Bluetool:
A person who wears a bluetooth wireless earpiece everywhere they go to seem trendy and important. Places to spot bluetools include: movie theaters, malls, restaurants, gyms, grocery stores and cars.

Mary: "Hey"
Karl: "Hey, did you get that rash cleared up?"
Mary: "Um, what?"
Karl: "Not you, Mary, I'm on my bluetooth."

Thumb lashing:
To be reprimanded via text message on a cell phone.

"I bailed on Amy last night, and she gave me a thumb lashing I'll never forget!"

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post #15 of 42 Old 08-23-2008, 10:53 AM
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Bluetool Ha love it. I don't get out much so it always freaks me out a bit when I see one hanging off the side of someones head. Its like 'Eeek aliens have invaded since last time I came to town!'


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OMGOSH... I LOVE blue tool!!! I can't stand it when I'm at the store and I see these women power walking thru walmart pushing their ice cream and frozen pizza talking to themselves with that stupid thing in their ear!!!

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post #17 of 42 Old 08-23-2008, 02:56 PM
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OMGOSH... I LOVE blue tool!!! I can't stand it when I'm at the store and I see these women power walking thru walmart pushing their ice cream and frozen pizza talking to themselves with that stupid thing in their ear!!!
I know! I always think there talking to themselves and im like what the hell? But then I find out there on blue tooth. It looks ridiculous.
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post #18 of 42 Old 08-23-2008, 11:34 PM
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Muahaha! *has mad crazy amounts of local slang, if you will*

First of all. I have multiple meanings of DUDE. Not joking.

Dude: /Doooo-d/ OMGs, I can't believe you just did that!

Ex: Dude! This is why you have no friends!

Dude(2): /Du-de/ Look. At. That.

Ex: Dude, a tractor going 50!

Dude(3): /dude/ Are you serious?

Ex: Dude, you cannot date him.

LMAO. Yesh, there are more.

But I will spare you. And move on to bigger and better things.

Flapplejacks: A replacement curse word. Think... APPLE JACKS.

Ex: Flapplejacks! I just dropped a jar on my toe!

Hecka: Really, overly.

Ex: That's hecka weird.

I shall be back with more! LOL


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Bluetool - priceless!!


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post #20 of 42 Old 08-24-2008, 07:51 AM Thread Starter
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It's uber early, but I suppose it's Sunday none the less. So... Sunday's Terms are:

Drivin like a Minnesotan:
Where a driver is merging onto the highway going 20 miles per hour.

"I hate riding with Mariah, she drives like a darn Minnesotan!"


Drivers arm:
Refers to the left arm being tanner (or redder) than the right arm because it's been hanging out the window.

"Dude, I gotta get rid of this uber driver's arm!"


Driving Finger:
Your middle finger. Usually refers to the one on the left hand so it can be displayed out the driver's side window to comment on another driver's behavior.

"I enjoyed following that jabroni so much, I gave him my driving finger."


Highway Salute:
An extended middle finger from a fist thrust forth whilst driving, as a gesture of anger toward the person who it is aimed at. Otherwise known as the California Hello.

"That jerk just gave me the highway Salute!!"

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