a “skinny white border” applied to the outer edges of a photographic print before mounting on a black matte board, named after the professor who never fails to suggest it as an improvement.
“oh snap, i accidentally cut off the lemon line!”
“i guess you’ll have to reprint now.”
“i wouldn’t hand that in without a lemon line.”
- lens blur
the out of focus blurry areas in a photo, usually referred to as bokeh. depending on the camera and lens, the blurriness may either be a visually pleasing eyegasm or just a gruesome and brutal rape of your eyes. sweet, the bokeh on this photo is so creamy! i wish the lens blur on my […]
an intense, high velocity bowel movement. the name refers to the likeness of an angry fast speaking chinese man to the sound and rhythm of the before mentioned intense bowel movement. i ate some bad mexican food and later released a mad-chinaman
she is a very smart, and very caring young lady. to me she is the most beautiful girl in the world. she is very talented, and will always try to make your day better. she will always take care and think of others first, and shes very into sports. like swagg, shes such a cool […]
mad-cked ma d-ck! verb. fooling someone into asking you a question to which you could reasonably reply “ma d-ck!”. (each subsequent question must invoke more interest than the prior.) this an example of cracker mad-cking beaner. ________________________________________________ cracker: “bro did yo hear the new food that girls are going crazy for?” beaner: “huh? no, what […]
a madicool mixture of mad, radicool, and cool. can be used to discribe anything that tickles your fancy. wow, that is one h-ll of a madicool beanie brocuz!!