slang for “what are you doing?”
a question used when initially greeting another person meaning ‘what are you doing these days?’ or ‘what are you up to?’ or ‘what’s new?’
hey. hi. long time no see.
1. a person (usually woman) that has an astounding lack of knowledge relating to whales, and hair, uncannily, resembling a bush. the honors biology student, with lack of whale knowledge and curly hair, is a whalebush your acting like a whalebush right now no, whales are not fish, you whalebush
- Whalen on a penny
term used to describe how quick one is on something. much like the term stink on sh-t or white on rice. whalen on a penny refers to the cheapness of a d-ck smith named jeff. if one were to let a penny fall from their hands it would never hit the ground in the presence […]
a whalney is a combination of a whale and a pony. it came from the word “whalorse”, meaning the mixture of a whale and a horse. “whalney” depicts the balance between mammals and aquatic life to publicize the true beauty of nature. also, “whalney” is the name of a cafe settled in illinois. i don’t […]
wam – wozz – ul: n. (pl. whamwozzles) mystical ent-ty emmited from one who is absolutely terrified. see whamwozzler. that gigantic bear scared the whamwozzles out of me! i hope nothing else scares me, cause i’m completely out of whamwozzles! in fact, i can see my last whamwozzle burrowing into that stray cat!
used to express positve results on any given situation stanley:”yo lysol,i heard you got frita to do -n-l.” lysol:”whappa!”