17th century idiom.
a formal deductive logical device used in a debate that simultaneously agrees and disagrees with any proceeding statement or argument.
see also “it’s a dog-eat-dog world, winston churchill said that.”
a: al you old son of a b-tch, how you doing? how you feel about the dolphins? that call last night was aweful.
b: as far as i see it, you can pay the barber, but you can’t buy him breakfast.
a person handicapped or not who has achieved a high level of control of an office chair or a real wheelchair. hey dude look at this guy spinning around with his wheelchair. yeah he is okay but he is not a “wheelman” yet. you should check aaron “wheelz” fotheringham on youtube… he is the ultimate […]
literally means ‘theres a bear outside my window! aaaaaaahhhhhhhh!’ this surname was created in india when paranoid indians when asleep thought large grizzly bears were trying to get into their rooms via the window. person 1 (when asleep): aaaaahhhhh! theres a bear outside my window! person 2 (to person 3): what the h-ll did jay […]
- fat dive
1) when someone stands on something, it breaks because of their weight, and they fall (dive) to the ground. – this applies even if they are extremely light. as long as it breaks and they fall! 2) a place where only fat people hangout. like a club, but bigger. “i told you not to stand […]
a person or group of people on bicycles who take over the road, fail to follow traffic rules and scream at you for daring to operate a vehicle on the road. that bicycho took over the whole lane and screamed at me for getting near him when i tried to p-ss.
to perform business handle your bidnaz, b-tch!!!