this happens when someone with the wrong kind of personality (see d-ckhead) is given any form of power or privilege they go completely nuts and develop into mini-adolf-hitlers, taking extreme pride and even joy in exercising their new found control over others.
typical power-rush types can be found anywhere in the job world but most frequently in retail and food retail.
these people will usually grow into control-freaks as they get older. just ignore them, hopefully they will get fired or still be working there in 20 years. they will probably beat their children for it too.
matt the sat-rday sales -ssistant just got promoted to supervisor, now he’s on a power-rush and he’s twice the -ss he used to be.
a wacked out girl who does c-ke. destined//strives to be a pothead. envies hot suitemates and has a little ugly going on in the face. used to describe a lame person in a sweet fashion sup p-poo! oh dangg you got a little ugly going on… 1 more definition a wacked out girl who does […]
- emmaus highschool
it’s the sn-bby kids school. the sophmores are hot as h-ll, freshmen spoiled as f-ck. freshmen wear more heels than my mom does. and the juniors and seniors are actually sort of normal. they pop their collars and they use their daddys money to buy pot. the boys wear pink polos and about 75% of […]
a word used to describe general disarray and bad turns of events come home to a messy living room = jippery spill some chocolate ice cream on your clothes = jippery 1 more definition that extra out of the ordinary good mood. “a man!……boss must’ve got him some last night huh!?,cause he walking round here […]
upon smoking or injesting copious amounts of marijuana, the user will become anxious, perhaps having a panic attack, his or her hands and arms will become tingly and start to numb from sheer terror resulting in the effect that the tendons and the capillaries in the hands will contract inwards causing a crab-like appearance to […]
- emotional chiropractor
a professional who specializes in a system of therapy that involves treating the patient, often suffering from a personality disorder, with a dose of common-sensical advice aimed at adjusting said character flaws. this is usually done by questioning their motivations and career/financial goals while refraining from practicing negative reinforcement or punishment. most patients resist and […]