used to describe someone who is too preoccupied with the task at hand to notice potential obstacles and hazards.
comes from the response of jack phillips, senior wireless officer on the rms t-tanic, to a message from cyril evans, wireless officer for the ss californian, which was meant to notify him of ice dangers in the waters the t-tanic was p-ssing through. phillips — who was busy relaying a backlog of messages from the as-yet-intact t-tanic’s p-ssengers through the wireless center at cape race, newfoundland — responded to the loud interruption with the phrase, “shut up; i’m working cape race!” the t-tanic struck and iceberg and sank
sue: “does john not realize he’s working himself into a corner?”
james: “no, he’s working cape race.”
january 17th, 2017 at 12:00 am yo pioty, what’s gonna happen on january 17?
- i aint here to f*ck spiders
a sarcastic term used by australians as reply to a question with an obvious answer. your mum’s friend: what are you doing in woolies? grocery shopping? your mum: well, i ain’t here to f-ck spiders!
- getto dutch oven
when you fart in a plastic bag and put it over someones head. ima getto dutch oven your -ss
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to pretend to be a scripter yet have no knowledge or skill whatsoever except that gained from the very basics of scripting and stealing other people’s code. to use other’s code in their scripts and believe themselves to be a real developer, when in fact they barely even rank in the lowest 1%. to never […]