it’s about even; the two things under consideration can’t be meaningfully differentiated in terms of value.
flying is more expensive and less comfortable but taking the train is much slower, so it’s a wash
a saying meaning “it’s a wasted effort” or “all is lost”.
possibly a reference to king john of england who lost his crown jewels and everything in his baggage train while attempting to take a shortcut across the wash, which is an estuary in northeast england that floods. his baggage train was partway across it when the tide came in and lives and treasure were lost.
after waiting hours for their favorite celebrity to emerge from the backstage door, the girls gave up. “it’s a wash; he’s already gone out some other way.”
- raven davis
a sw-nky danky cool guy d-mn he is a raven davis kind of guy a sw-nky danky guy d-mn he’s a raven davis kind of guy
- ball mop
a mop (kind of like a swifter sweeper) but used to soak up the c-m left over on the bed…. very smart investment 👍🏻 omg i c-mmed all over the bed i’m so sorry!! it’s ok i have a ball mop 🙂
- radical american
typically a racist american, may also be s-xist and/or xenophobic. as well as thinking usa is the only good country. dude, hes just a radical american, lets go, not worth it.
blowing air out my nose. similar to “lmao” used to describe that laugh you do when something is funny but not funny enough to laugh out loud and you just “blow air out my nose”. text message: “why did the chicken cross the road? to get a gallon of milk.” “baomn!!!” “totally a baomn joke.” […]