an unlikely occurrance of good fortune/luck; very lucky. derived from celtic or scotish folklore when one is out walking in the wilderness or a remote area and happens to come across an outhouse when in dire neeed of defecating;
that b-st-rd has sh-t-house luck, he’s got sh-t-house luck, it was sh-t-house luck to get out of that one, sh-t-house luck prevailed, “sh-t-house” luck happened that day
- chill your frill
to tell someone to calm down, to chill and not get fired up. rob: omgggooshh i like totally broke a nail!!!! omg omg ben can you, like, drive me to the jabani’s nail salon!? for a fergantasious nail trim .its like an emergency!! ben: omg like totally i’ll go get my keys!! -ten seconds later- […]
int. v. derived from chill, chillzor is an expression used to reinstate ones chillness in a chill fashion. equivelent to cool to the second power. dude 1: dude i lost my virginity last night. dude 2: thats pretty chillzor.
- sh*t in your flowers
to cause grief or ruin a person’s day. sorry to sh-t in your flowers, but i need you do this.
austrailian word for a bull frog “blimey charlie, look at the size of that shizwazza in the dagageegee bush”
- chinese apple
a pomegranate. lovely red leathery-skinned fruit, with little bitty corn-shaped berry type seeds inside. the seeds are the edible part. me: “let’s go to the store and get a chinese apple to eat.” friend: “don’t you mean a ‘pomegranate’?” me: “well, we called them chinese apples when i was little.”