new years eve
i’m having a new years eve party!
the last name of bill, best known for his contributions to the field of televised science.
“hey, bill nye the science guy is on!”
originally a variant of “yes”, used to express joy at something unbearably s-xy. came from people’s inability to type when they were so erotically excited.
“did you see that guy’s abs????”
a noncommittal response, somewhere in between ‘no’ and ‘yes’.
mike: “hey fred, want to go play in traffic?”
fred: “i’m going to have to say ‘nyes’ to that.”
an overally exagerated lie. total and absolute embelishment.
1. this dude is allways exagerating, he is such a nyer.
2. son! you did not invent the sp-ce shuttle!! stop nying!
the ‘thom ford’ way of pr-nounciating yes. a very common phrase in england started by thom ford
gay,bent,bender n-y-e nye
shut up nye you complete bender
nymphonic: nym-phon-ic a combination of two words: nymph and symphonic nymph, noun: a voluptuous woman who desires s-x example: “the ancient greeks believed that nymphs inhabited forests and bodies of water symphonic, adjective: a harmonious but very large sound example: “the symphonic hum of a million bees” nymphonic adjective: a beautiful sensual melody 1.she play’s […]
a spaz who likes to f-ck girls. very pretty and intelligent likes to finger girls elyanne hates the name alec
- English Driver's Arm
like driver’s arm only with the left arm tanned. dude why’ve you got english driver’s arm? ’cause i’m english you mug!
- English Pharmacy
1. n.- a pharmacy located in the country of england. 2. v.- when a man successfully attempts inserting both his p-n-s and t-st-cl-s into another man or woman’s -n-s. variation, see: english medicine cabinet 1. my they have such a wide selection at the local english pharmacy. 2. f-ck that, i’m only trying that english […]
- Connie Swail
an older female virgin, as in the movie dragnet. i was really into her until i found out she was a connie swail. i don’t want that kind of pressure.