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        08-24-2008, 11:26 AM
      #21
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Vidaloco

    Goobernaught- kind of a goober astronaught as in the head is up in space somewhere. I did make this one up.
    ROFL! LMAO!

    Gitgo - from the very start, or from the beginning

    "I never believed that boy's BS story from the gitgo." :
         
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        08-25-2008, 03:05 PM
      #22
    Green Broke
    HOLY CRAP! I almost forgot about todays terms! Lol

    Jump the shark:
    A term to describe a moment when something that was once great has reached a point where it will now decline in quality and popularity. Origin of this phrase comes from a Happy Days episode where the Fonz jumped a shark on water skis. Thus was labeled the lowest point of the show.

    Bobbie: "American Idol jumped the shark like 2 years ago."
    Jenny: "Indeed."


    Hollaback Girl:
    It seems as though Ms. Stefani has had some incidents in which another young, presumably female, individual has made some disparaging remarks about her character. Upon learning of the situation, Ms. Stefani is informing this “culprit” that she intends to handle this matter physically. Ms. Stefani’s character is such that she is not the type of person who counters verbal attacks with verbal attacks, or “hollering back.” Using terminology that is commonplace among today’s youth, this is shortened to “hollaback.” Additionally, it appears as though this altercation will take place somewhere near the bleachers.

    Some lyrics to Hollaback Girl:
    I heard that you were talking smack
    And you didn't think that I would hear it
    People hear you talking like that, getting everybody fired up
    So I'm ready to attack, going to lead the pack
    Going to get a touchdown, going to take you out
    That's right, put your pom-poms downs, getting everybody fired up



    Rick Rolled:
    To be tricked, through any method, into clicking a link that takes you to the Rick Astley video "Never going to Give You Up".

    Blinking CLICK ME LINK on computer screen

    Goober clicks link

    Goober: Ahhhhh CRAP! I've been Rick Rolled!
         
        08-25-2008, 03:22 PM
      #23
    Green Broke
    Lmao I love the rick rolled one everyone says it!
         
        08-25-2008, 03:39 PM
      #24
    Trained
    ARGH....that Rick Rolled crap gets me everytime I'm on You Tube!!!

    I have been informed that I use Dude way too much. Yes it has a thousand implications as well as applications!!! DUDE!!! (agreeing tone that I liked your post!)
         
        08-26-2008, 01:58 AM
      #25
    Weanling
    This one I made up when I was 8 lol. I was always getting in trouble for being mean to my little sister and calling her names. So I had a brainwave - make up a word that doesn't mean anything so I couldn't possibly get into trouble! The word was 'perdle-minga' (perdle as in rhyme with 'hurdle')

    Me: 'go away you perdle-minga!'
    Sister: 'I'm telling!'
    (sister runs to find dad)
    Sister: 'dad, sempre called me a 'perdle-minga'
    Dad: 'what's a perdle-minga?'
    Sister: 'i dunno...'
    (sister comes back to me)
    Me: So am I in trouble? *smirking at sister*
    Sister: *dirty look*

    Ohhh it was so satisfying! Upsetting my sister and immune from getting into trouble! Haha it makes me smile even now! Perhaps I was just a really odd 8 year old lol
         
        08-26-2008, 10:56 AM
      #26
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by sempre_cantando
    this one I made up when I was 8 lol. I was always getting in trouble for being mean to my little sister and calling her names. So I had a brainwave - make up a word that doesn't mean anything so I couldn't possibly get into trouble! The word was 'perdle-minga' (perdle as in rhyme with 'hurdle')

    Me: 'go away you perdle-minga!'
    Sister: 'I'm telling!'
    (sister runs to find dad)
    Sister: 'dad, sempre called me a 'perdle-minga'
    Dad: 'what's a perdle-minga?'
    Sister: 'i dunno...'
    (sister comes back to me)
    Me: So am I in trouble? *smirking at sister*
    Sister: *dirty look*

    Ohhh it was so satisfying! Upsetting my sister and immune from getting into trouble! Haha it makes me smile even now! Perhaps I was just a really odd 8 year old lol

    OMG! That sounds like something I would do. I was SOOO mean to my sisters.. hahaha..
         
        08-26-2008, 11:05 AM
      #27
    Green Broke
    Today's terms:

    Bogart:
    To keep something all to oneself, thus depriving anyone else of having any.

    "Dude, don't bogart all cheetos!"



    That’s How I Roll:
    What someone would say to insinuate that it was their style, or that it was the way they usually do things.

    Brian: "Yo- Your fly's down."
    Kyle: "Yea man, that's how I roll."



    Gank:
    To steal or take something that does not belong to you.

    "Jenny just ganked my last poptart."



    Break your crayons:
    Make you very upset or sad, or ruin your whole day.

    "April just got up all in my junk and broke my crayons!"
         
        08-27-2008, 10:31 AM
      #28
    Green Broke
    Todays terms:

    Girlfriend voice:
    The change in pitch or tone of a man's voice when talking to their significant other. The girlfriend voice is characterized by a higher pitch and a more effeminate tone with speech patterns scattered with pet names and childish words.

    "Dude, Mike's girlfriend voice is so lame, can we say whipped?"



    A Man's Definition of PMS:
    A powerful spell that women are put under about once every month, which gives them the strength of an ox, the stability of a Window's OS, and the scream of a banshee. Basically, man's worst nightmare.

    Man: "BOBBIE HAS PMS...... RRRUUUUNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!"
    Crowd: Screams in panic, runs for lives....



    Barking Spider:
    What farts are blamed on when there is no dog available.

    Faaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrtttttttttttttttttttt ttt.......
    Jenny: "Oh My God... That is just inhuman, Tom."
    Tom: "What? It wasn't me, it was the barking spider."



    You can’t polish a turd:
    Unconvincingly attempt to make an irreconcilably bad situation look good.

    Cole: "Man, look at Jake tuning up his car."
    Kyle: "Yep, he's never going to sell it because ya just can't polish a turd."
         
        08-27-2008, 11:27 AM
      #29
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Moxie
    Barking Spider:
    What farts are blamed on when there is no dog available.

    Faaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrtttttttttttttttttttt ttt.......
    Jenny: "Oh My God... That is just inhuman, Tom."
    Tom: "What? It wasn't me, it was the barking spider."

    OMG my aunt from the carolinas use to say that ALLLLLLLLLLL the time. I totally forgot about that thanks for reminding me
         
        08-27-2008, 11:41 AM
      #30
    Green Broke
    Im getting these off a website since im lame and don't really have any good ones.

    Manscape
    The removal of excess body hair via waxing, shaving, plucking. Also manscap - ing, ed

    "When your chick calls you a Yeti, it might be time for a little manscaping."



    Mouse Potato
    Someone who spends all their time on the computer surfing the net or playing games.

    "Joseph, get off the computer your starting to look like a mouse potato!"



    Askhole
    Someone who asks many stupid, pointless, obnoxious questions.

    "God! Jimmy is such an askhole. He won't stop asking me about my favorite Teletubby and im about to smash him into the grill."



    Pamp
    1] Paint A Man Pink
    2] One whose coolness far exceeds that of a pimp.
    3] Power Amplifier

    1] "Did you just pamp that man?"
    2] "Shelly is so pamp!"
    3] "The Power Amp, we call it the Pamp."
         

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