a one-room schoolhouse is a bathroom in a commercial establishment where the sinks, toilets, and urinals (if applicable) are in the same room, not separated by part-tions.
the term comes from schools from the early 20th century which were the same way — one room was the entire building, all grades of student in together.
a: “let’s go to hook’s restraunt.”
b: “no, i hate that place. whenever i have to go to the bathroom, it’s a one-room schoolhouse. someone will be in there and either he doesn’t lock the door and i end up walking in on him and usually see him naked or the person does lock the door and i’m stuck awkwardly waiting in the way of the servers leaving the kitchen in full view of the restraunt.”
- on the half
something definitely not up to par; lacking madly d-mn, your breath is on the half!!
- Onus Shift
the process of calling someone that you know is not home, or cannot answer, for the sole purpose of shifting the responsibility of the return call to the other person. “i called him when he was on the golf course because i knew he wouldn’t answer. cl-ssic onus shift.”
another word for sparkles cat of the bas-m-nt… brown and spotted. derived from the little snots by the eyes. oogey back in the bas-m-nt… oogey wants to play in the sun.
1) generally the beat in industrial, synthpop music. 2) ootz can also be used as a cheer. kinda used like the half -ss cheer when your too lazy to say anything else, or when your enthusiasim is at null. -examples of using ‘ootz’- person1: hey did you hear that song by dope stars inc? person2: […]
oowah! is what you say when you hear or see something really cool, interesting, intriguing, spectacular, or awesome. similiar to “wow!” or “waoh!” oowah! thats a great idea! what do you think of that girl over there? “oowah! she is really pretty.”