the hypothetical law that prevails when discussing hypothetical or potential future scenarios. it forces one to consider a possibility, without the consequence of potential death as a bias. the theorem considers the sensations or experience of any given event rather than the baseline consideration of death.
scott: would you ever wanna experience pearl harbor? like right when the j-panese attacked?
alan: nah dude that’s f-cked up. not tryna die
scott: gucci theorem bro, you won’t die you just gotta be there.
alan: oh f-ck yeah, maybe take a few tabs
a kinky warrior your being an odling today
- long strike
a foul ball in baseball. he thought it was a home run, but it was just a ‘long strike’.
adj. when an american does something embarr-ssingly american in a foreign country or in the presence of foreign nationals. his friends found it really amerr-ssing and questioned their friendships when chad asked the german bartender really loudly for a bud light and yelled something about winning ww2 after the bartender told him that they only […]
level of whiteness an ent-ty may contain. it is not polite to refer to a persons caucasianocity. wow look at the girl drinking starbucks her caucasianocity is through the roof.
- state bias
the belief that your state is the best because you were born and raised there. “i hate illinois.” “what are you talking about? it’s the best state!” “that’s called ‘state bias’”