a strip that runs up and down the manhattan borough of new york city. between 59th and 96th street, 5th avenue is debatably the most expensive strip of land in the country, if not the world. it is adjacent to central park, giving realtors an excuse to add another $3,000,000+ to how much the apartment already is. on the upper east side, you will not find more than ten buildings that are not pre-war on 5th avenue.
above ues is the hospital district, and then east and central harlem. things are less expensive. below is midtown, chelsea and soho. these are places where so people escape to party when they’re bored in a quiet neighborhood.
“bro, i got this nice pair of top-siders!”
“must be sak’s 5th avenue.”
a small polish guy thats smells of stangnent wee yeah i smelt that guy he totally smells of an adzino
a south-african born italian. known to support italy/bafana at the fifa 2010 football world cup. they have recently also been orfaned by both their teams. fan 1: hey where are you from? fan 2: im an afritalian! fan 1: shame sorry, i didnt know. fan 2: its ok. people are often saddened when they hear […]
- boom in the shot
projectile -j-c-l-t–n flying on or though any given scene in recorded media the director noticed -j-c-l-t- falling from the rafters (probably a grip thinking he could get away with it) during the third take, and quickly called for a reshoot citing “boom in the shot”
bored out of my mind “yo whats up?” “not much, pretty boomm right now” an abbreviation for bored out of my mind. often used when a person is bored. i was boomm all day when i had to watch the opera.
- boogity boogity boogity
nonsensical lyrics from the 1961 novelty song “who put the bomp (in the bomp, bomp, bomp) ” by barry mann. the song charted in the us on billboard’s hot 100 for twelve weeks, and reached # 7 it was co-written by mann with rock and roll hall of fame inductee gerry coffin. each time that […]