a bland, nauseating mix of courtroom tv, televangelists, tawdry talk shows, infomercials, moldy game shows, depressing news stories, gagworthy soap operas that lower the already low standard, televised church services, inaccurate weather forecasts, increasingly vacant programs for pre-k children, and instructional quilting/home improvement programs. the tv equivalent of cold oatmeal, or cafeteria food.
antonyms: primetime television, adult swim.
“i’d rather go to work/school with a stomach virus than sit at home nibbling saltines and watching judge joe brown. daytime television just makes me feel sicker.”
acronym meaning in opposite land adam: i decided that iol is the greatest invention ever (iol) katie: you’re so cool …iol adam: you suck katie: iol i suck 1 more definition acronym for in ocular lens. used by mss employees instead of lol during instant messaging. that iol is going in his eye!
taken from the borket family of ipswich in australia who choose to breed internally so their family tree has no branches despite seeking medical advise against incest. term hence used to describe an incredibly stupid act. you borket! 2 more definitions term:half breed taken: from the boket family in ipswich australia ashley:my breath does not […]
- your place, or mine?
a line generally followed by s-x ex: daniel and tasha are talking daniel:so tasha your place, or mine? tasha:umm…. they both go back to daniels place and do it. the end
- your princess is out of its castle
a spin on the mario phrase, which is code to tell your friends if they have something in their nose or if their fly is down yo man, your princess is out of its castle… you might want to go check in a mirror.
its the same as d-mn, but you pr-nounce the sound of the “y”. you usually say it after something dramatic happens or when some gnarly stuff goes down. the word “son” is put after it lots of times so it makes it sound more b-ttery. -some dude dumps his girlfriend- random on-looker” dayumn son! -a […]