the cost of freedom, according to the song in “team america: world police.” pr-nounced “buck-o-five.”
“freedom isn’t free, it costs folks like you and me
and if we don’t all chip in, we’ll never pay that bill
freedom isn’t free, no there’s a hefty f-ckin’ fee
and if you don’t throw in your buck-o-five, who will?”
-“freedom isn’t free,” from “team america”
order-taker: “welcome to mcdonald’s, can i take your order?”
kevin: “i’m not too hungry today…just get me some freedom, some ice water, and 15 ketchup packets.”
order-taker: “would you like freedom fries with that?”
kevin: “no, just the plain old freedom, the water, and the…um…catsup.”
order-taker: “ok, that’ll be $1.05. pull ahead to the first window.”
billy: “man this patriot act is bullsh-t. what happened to good old freedom?”
judd: “well when they were collecting everyone’s $1.05, i was a nickel short. that might have something to do with it.”
billy: “f-ing douche bag.”
having a hard time finding suitable citations for a doc-ment. not even google can find me a good citation, i’m having a citemare.
- hit that nod
the typical nod that a human being would make towards a female, indicating that they’d want to hit that. woo, that’s one fine -ss b-tch. -hit that nod-
- hi wh*r*
a person who greets everyone you are talking to, usually involving texting or phone calls. who is it? you woulnd’t know them. say hi for me anyway. you’re such a hi wh-r-.
- hocho ho
1. someone who really likes hot chocolate, particularly if they are willing to perform s-xual favors in exchange for a mug. 2. an amateur or young prost-tute (derogatory). 1. johan: “who do i have to blow to get a hot chocolate around here?” ethan: “g-d you’re such a hocho ho” 2. “and then some sk-nk […]
originally dutch word meaning ‘come on’, ‘go on’ or ‘you did it!’. now also used as a slang word in france, germany, belgium, spain and parts of poland. this loop’s not gonna break your jaw, hoppetee!