“it’s been a slice” is a farewell statement that comes from the saying “a slice of heaven.” you can use the phrase to tell someone in a playful way that you have enjoyed spending time with them. also, when ordering pizza, you can also say, “i’ll have a slice of heaven please (instead of a slice of pizza).” you will seem much cooler that way.
see you later, mikey. it’s been a slice!
swag-english; a type of language that people use that incorporate “swag”. i don’t know how to spell that word, it’s sw*nglish, and won’t be found in the dictionary.
- forest bride
a man or woman that has been taken as a mate by a large woodland creature (such as a bear), hermit, or mythical forest-dwelling creature, typically against that person’s will. “your husband appears to be traveling with the bear. either as hostage or as what we call a “forest bride.” the term originated during ww2. […]
noun. a neurological disorder marked by sudden, recurrent, and uncontrollable episodes of sharply critical, cutting, or snide commentary. pay no attention to her, its her snarkilepsy that makes her say such things.
- weed welfare
when you’re so poor you can’t even afford your own weed! we be on that weed welfare! via giphy