something that causes a brief laugh or smile in the moment, but is exceptionally uninteresting when thought about later on.
harvey: “bro! remember that time we were at olive garden, and you said something, and i said ‘nice!’, and then you held up your knife and said ‘knife!’??
karlos: “don’t bring that up, homie. that’s a 1-second-funny at most, definitely not worth bringing up in conversation.”
harvey: “but we both laughed when it happened!”
karlos: “you laughed when it happened, just because you’d never compared those two words before. once you -ssociate them together, it’s not really that tight when somebody points it out.”
harvey: “we should make a word for that kind of oddly common scenario.”
karlos: “our creator already made a word for that: 1-second-funny.”
harvey: “ah right! thanks, dude!”
- drumming up support
increasing support for something he did a great job drumming up support for the move among the sales people.
the name neomia is a greek baby name. in greek the meaning of the name neomia is: new moon. people with this name have a deep inner desire to create and express themselves, often in public speaking, acting, writing or singing. they also yearn to have beauty around them in their home and work environment. […]
a shandu is slang for a j-ck-ff indian customer looking to buy a car. they come in, testdrive, ask you a f-ck-ng million questions and then leave without buying sh-t. “f-ck me!, i just spent two hours getting jacked off by that f-ckin’ shandu!”
- sir noobs-a-lot
a professional . someone intellectual and highly educated that still manages to display some impressively qualities. ian: “on friday, robert somehow managed to spill a huge quant-ty of liquid polyurethane all over the floor causing a departmental solvent g-ssing crisis and the thickest floor lackering you’ve ever seen. a formal incident report needed to be […]
to travel somewhere by plane. guy 1: dude how you getting to mexico? guy 2: i’m planeing