noun; a word refferring to an imaginary god, addressing this god is used to find an excuse or condone a particular behaivoir, type of dress, or hairstyle.
in the animation fruits basket the character ayame uses a story about khandra to convince his teacher to let him wear his hair long,
“you see i come from a royal family from a country far away, where it a custom that all members of the royal family wear their hair long. it is said that during the fifth reign of lord . . . he was visited by a divine prescence, it was khandra, shimmering with lights of red and gold. just then the prince kasipaloo had been sleeping securely in his bed when he began to shout, mah rudi munin!! . . .”
i cannot wear a traditional male’s school uniform because,in my country of origin, during the dominion of the king wasipaloo the children of the court came upon an erethreal prescence, it was khandra . . ..
- kim lee
a short annoying asian girl who kisses -ss & is way too obsessed with kanye west (even though she’ll never get him) & the infamous jabbawockeez. bob: “hey! who’s that short ugly kid over there?” kevin: “oh, isn’t that kim lee? that one poser.”
a very s-xy being. rather good in bed. likes men. can be pretty when she tries. mouthy, very fit though. “oh my god, she’s such a laura-jayne.”
j-panese term for a womans swimsuit, or bathing suit, in general. the term “suk-mizu” is used to refer specifically to the school swimsuits, which are generally one-piece and blue in color. the two terms however should not be used equally however, as referring to an adult womans swimsuit as if it were a childs school […]
vb. to whine and moan incessantly for no particular reason other than to gain the sympathy of extremely attractive housemates. guy 1: i feel so ill, i think i have a condition. i can’t even talk. guy 2: oh really? guy 1: no seriously. is it hot in here? i’m shivering! i can’t even eat! […]
moin is a frisian language greeting from east frisia, the eastern netherlands, north frisia and flensburg, meaning h-llo. the word derives from the frisian word mooi, meaning beautiful. the first moin is different from the second, it is mooi (frisian=good, beautiful), the second moin, also morn means “day” in frisian language. similar forms in low […]