just about the sh-ttiest accesory for the ipod to this day. what it does is play what’s playing on the ipod through an fm radio. it only has a range of 15 feet and sucks -ss in mid-large sized cities because it interferes with other radio signals.
matt: is the itrip any good?
me: no, it’s a piece of sh-t.
an itrip is when you listen to music on your computer through headphones while watching the itunes visualizer when you’re high. preferably in a dark room or area, so the screen is all you see.
dude my eyes hurt from itripping all last night
arguably the best and most effective accessory for the ipod to date. allows the consumer to play his/her music through any fm radio(including your car radio).
“the radio doesn’t play anything good anymore? got your itrip?”
- it sh*ts
an alternative to using “it sucks”, mostly because it sh-ts to use it sucks, what’s so bad about something sucking? the same thing sh-tt-ng all over you living room floor might be much worse. introduced to the m-sses by the band bomb the music industry and their song “it sh-ts!”. it sh-ts to be stuck […]
- i've seen it all
something someone would say if he has experience of any sort, particularly a soldier’s battlefield experience. all in all, this phrase is self-explanetory to whatever meaning you desire. “screaming, killing, explosions…..i’ve seen it all.” -a soldier “murder, punks, drugees….. man i’ve seen it all.” -a thug “when she removed her thong man……i’ve seen it all!!! […]
the period of time between when someone says “hang on, i’ve got it right here on my phone,” and when they find it, during which everyone stands there transfixed and quietly watches them search their phone. if joe tries to find one more stupid picture he saved on his phone somewhere while we all stand […]
- i was all
expression commonly used in place of “…and i said”, when re-enacting a past conversation in a current one. usually followed with the response to said conversational dialogue in the form of “and (s)he was all”. “well, i was all, omigawd, he is so buff!” candi explained to her friend, maria. “and she was all, ‘you’re […]
i would if it had a v-g-n- commonly used in response to “fml” “fml!” “iwiihav!”