when someone on the internet gets really excited and wishes to put many exclamation marks, they sometimes let go of shift before the number 1, making their comment !!!!!!!!111. this practice has evolved to where people now put the written word “one” on the end creating this: !!!!111oneone
guy 1: did you hear? halo 4 is coming out!
guy 2: really?!?! i hafta have it!!11oneone
- speaking in memebase
when a small group of people uses an excessive amount of memes or other computer specific terminology in open real world conversation often making it hard for others to follow the conversation. friend 1) hey did you hear what that guy was saying? friend 2) yeah but i didn’t understand any of it. friend 1) […]
- la costa canyon high school
the sh-ttiest high school in all of california. literally, it’s composed of sh-t. a degraded, decomposed, trashpile of -ssh-l-s who need to take the d-ld- out of their -sses. seriously, that cr-p isn’t even funny. they’ve never won a game from tp, and have always sucked tiny p-n-s’ mighty -ss f-ck-ng d-ck. “one can compare […]
soul-broc verb is, essentially, the act of completely and utterly destorying an enemy or opponent in verbal or physical compet-tion. it can also be excessive abuse by an oponent.
absurdly jarring; a splattering of energy to a point of forcefulness; upsettingly clunky behavior. ie. song for frajelatic – “galang” by m.i.a. the beattttttt
a lame misspelling of the work freakishly. normally used by mentally challenged people who think they’re cool. they’re not. dude! last night we had a frakishly awesome party!