technical jargon for “at some point in the future.” the term ’48-hours’ doesn’t actually mean two days and nights but represents a mythical time period, usually anywhere between a week and three years. the term is usually uttered by hopeful laywers, administrators and anyone wishing to delay media interest for as long as possible.
portsmouth football club will have a new owner in 48 hours.
- heart glue
a close friend of the opposite gender that helps you to get through a difficult break-up and tries to fix your heart but you often end up realizing you’re in love with them. ‘who’s that boy you hang around with a lot at the moment?’ ‘oh jack? he’s just my heart glue. he’s fun to […]
the accidental creation of a pun in the midst of an attempt at the literal conveyance of linguistic meaning. ex. you know its happened when you here the caveat “no pun intended” my exclamation when a baseball player for the boston red sox made a brutal error against the kansas city royals, “that was a […]
- stumbleupon done got me!
when utilizing stumbleupon (with p-rn topics enabled), one may hit the “stumble” b-tton, be distracted by a friend/barking dog/tv, and glance back at screen only to greeted by extreme acts of p-rn unexpectedly. thus, provoking a noise such as, “whoa!” (as justin stumbles) toby:”holy sheep sh-t, justin!! the living room’s on fire!!!” justin: “toby, what […]
(noun) a greeting; h-llo, (heck instead of h-ll) hecko doug, what’s happening? heckoooo?! hecko, i love you, won’t you tell me your name
a person that -ssists in horse mating. the person that grabs the horse c-ck and shoves it in the mare’s horse p-ssy. jesus h christ the mare’s in heat and that stupid colt can’t find the hole, go get the f-ckin’ heeba-ha-ba.