a very broadly used word.
can be used as a verb, adverb, adjective, or noun.
it is used to lighten the mood in a situation that has too much tension, or can be used casually among friends. ‘paisel’ is usually used to replace other words that can be changed to make the sentence mean something else, this creates confusion in the sentence; thus making the conversation more humorous.
it is also used when a person feels indifferent in a situation, or cannot describe the feeling. ‘paisel’ can be used to replace an adjective that is necessary to understand the sentence, therefore making the sentence incomplete (like the persons thoughts).
verb: nick, can you please go paisel over there while i talk to sarah? (meaning: nick, please go over there while i talk to sarah.)
adverb: dana finished that race paisel fast! (meaning: dana finished that race really fast!)
adjective: well hailey, don’t you look paisel today? (meaning: well hailey, don’t you look happy/sad/angry today? – depending on obvious mood)
noun: bronwyn! take that paisel off your head! (meaning: bronwyn! take that (obvious object) off your head!
1.) name given to somebody who purposely loses a game (typically the halo games) on xbox 360 to cause others to go down in rank and to benefit later on in terms of rank, etc. 2.) one of the four leaders of the federation of -sshole gamers (f@g). is known as xbl number 1’s deranker […]
originating from the west country. described one who is without morals, racist, xenophobic, known to consume excessive amounts of alcohol, and have s-xual relations with anything that moves. you are a right old paisey!
- Wake and Jenk
the process of huffing jenkem immediately upon wakening. “with glue, i just hear voices in my head. but with jenkem, i see visions. ” – tom cruise “i always wake and jenk. everyday. i even got my own batch of home brew.” – area local
jamaican for “rise to the occasion” the most delicious olympic sprinter in history, with a previous world records in the 100m dash. to reiterate this point: asafa is delicious. what up brother? you run that 100 today? b-tch, i asafa’d that sh-t. what up brother? did you see that girl? d-mn… she more than delicious… […]
- checks and balances
a system states in the us const-tution that allows one branch to cancel or rule out another branch’s actions. this is only if there is a logical explanation for the cancelation of the action. the legislative branch wanted to give president bush balloons for his birthday, but the jurisdicial branch used checks and balances to […]