i took this picture
when left in a comment under a picture it indicates that a particular picture on a social networking site (like facebook) was taken by you. only used in circ-mstances where it isnt apparent.
1.) guy 1: did you see jon used that picture you took for his facebook profile?
guy 2: yeah, but i commented ittp under it so everyone knows who took it.
2.) guy 1: doug finally posted the pictures from the last trip to the zoo. that one you took with his camera of the monkey jerking off was priceless.
guy 2: yeah, i better put ittp under that one so doug doesnt steal all the credit.
- itty bitty t*ttie bittie
cute girl with tiny honkeraroozas. obviously. john wayne: “dude so the other night i was ragin’ this party and i woke up next to an itty bitty t-ttie bittie. it was sicck.”
a white, caucasian, or anglo manner of speaking. similar in meaning to but racially unique from ebonics. also known as “the king’s english,” a reference to the language used in the king james version of the bible, written in england in 1611. unlike jim, who speaks in fluent ebonics, bob speaks nothing but ivorics. bob […]
a woman whose husband leaves her alone frequently or for long periods to engage in a usually specified activity, in this case an ipad. an iwidow differs from a widow only in that her husband is physically present and always takes the good chair, but is otherwise thoroughly absent in every way. iwidowhood is a […]
a mathematical representation of the expression “keeping it real.” background information: in mathematics, i is the square root of negative one, so i squared is equal to negative one. negative one is a real number, and i is an imaginary unit; therefore, squaring i is a representation of the expression “keeping it real.” i^2=-1 –> […]
meaning i will not be able to do whatever it is you are requesting from me. dad says “do your home work before any tv”, child replies: iaintgonbeabletadoit