everyone has experienced a sh-tty day at some point in their lives. some of these days are so bad that positive terms like yes are not okay to describe it. that is where nosterday comes in. it is a term used whenever you do not wish to use the yes in yesterday and need a suitable alternative.
frank: hey, how were you yesterday?
john: awful. i got fired from my job, the bank foreclosed my house, and my drug dealer got arrested. it was an utter nosterday.
- onya, sonya
australian speak for ‘see you soon’, or ‘see you later’. it is considered much more polite than traditional ‘goodbye’ or ‘cya’ and is used by many south australians, specifically those in the northern area. the standard reply to this is ‘onya, sonya; also’. “i’m going now. onya, sonya.” “onya, sonya; also.”
a person who loves the pleasure of conrad’s phat hawt c-ck. wow that chick is really into conrad, must be a rucinski.
- all-done clappy hands
that gesture people do, sometimes ironically, where you wipe or smack your hands together to signify that a job’s done… in that kind of “i’m a carpenter knocking the dust off my hands” kind of way. first described on the podcast a way with words. “all in a day’s work”, said bob, as he walked […]
the last name of a really cool dude who’s okay i guess. loves to facetime and whatever. is cute when doesn’t shave arunachalam of the civil air patrol? ya ok
- california beef salad
a 3 way (2 men, 1 woman) in which the men both take a dump on the woman’s v-g-n-, and proceed to mix it around with their erect p-n-ses, using them as salad tongs. i still haven’t gotten all the sh-t out of my p-ssy from when those guys at the hostel gave me a […]