a commonly used word in ashland and girardville, pennsylvania. used to reference someone that you either temporarily forgot the name of, or if you just don’t feel like saying it at the moment.
yo but, where is that ourlad we used to hang around with?
- over armour
when people wear under armour, or other athletic gear, everywhere they go, at all times, for no reason, even though they are out of shape or are not working out. commonly seen in grocery stores or malls. another implication is that they have just come from the gym and have not yet cleaned themselves. often […]
the nuisance trucks make when overtaking each other, taking a very long time to do so. i have been stuck for three minutes behind these two overtrucking trucks.
a fusion of the words owen and owned. generally speaking, the result of one individual being completely wrong in any given situation and someone else (either named owen, or with owenesque qualities) calling them out on it, thus exposing the individual’s lack of knowledge, and surplus of foolishness. can also be used to expose lack […]
one could call ozcar a mexican f-ggot. he enjoys crying, posting in a horrible, incomprehensible form of english, and crying. if something insignificant happens in his life, he’ll make a post about it, such as “i walked past some gr-ss today,” or “i got the bus,” or “how do you please be liking my haircut? […]
over and out. can be used at the end of a status. had a bad day today. going on a date later though. oao one and only bye now my oao. p-n-s/kn-b. when playing with works new interactive white board, i drew a p-n-s into the hand writing recognition programme and it interpreted it as […]