1. a name of welsh and celtic origin that means “loved one” or “beloved”
2. a symbol of perfection used commonly to describe a person, but occasionally is used on an object
1. “i shall name my child anwell, because he will be loved forever”
2. “i wish i was like him… he’s such an anwell.
- Slide Missing
the feeling of not remembering certain parts of the previous night, similar to a slide machine missing slides in a slide show. usually caused by excessive consumption of alcohol. an example of a slide missing: frank: hey man, what happened last night after sally poured beer all over john? jack: no idea man. there are […]
diarrhea that is the product of anxiety. i have a presentation to do today, and i’m so nervous i had anxierrhea like three times this morning.
beautiful, fun, loving. filled with sunshine. that girl is such a lilly! from the name of the flower, lily, a symbol of purity. the word is ultimately derived from the latin word lilium. origin & history: the flower power symbol was of virginity, purity, beauty, and innocence. the flower has also been worshiped in many […]
man on the moon. in reference to kid cudi’s song “man on the moon (man on the moon: the end of day alb-m) “i be that motm …. and imma do what i do so do you hey hey i be posted with my blunt and a brew my dude i’m that motm i’m up […]
a colloquial term native to the commonwealth islands of the bahamas. incredible, unthinkable, absurd, beyond belief, beyond possibility, exceptional, extraordinary, illogical, implausible, impossible, improbable, incogitable, inconceivable, insupportable, outlandish, preposterous, rare, singular, unbelievable, uncommon, unimaginable, unique, unlikely, unordinary, unreasonable, unusualamazing, bizarre, boss, curious, darb, exceptional, fab, fantastic, flash, gnarly, heavy, inconceivable, incredible, marvelous, odd, outstanding, particular, […]