Australian "commentator" from the loony left whose articles can be found in the Herald Sun, among other newspapers and forums. Her articles generally consist of an initial contention, and then half a page of waffle which somehow blames the Liberal/National Coalition or the US for the problem. Articles often go well beyond the proverbial 'six degrees of separation' before eventually making a vague link.
Jill Singer: There was a tsunami in the Indian Ocean, causing millions of dollars of damage to Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, etc, and killing thousands. Blah blah blah blah blah. And that's why the tsunami is specifically the fault of George W. Bush.
The spider, as used in a game of pool (it's like a cue except with a plastic X on the end) which is used for making shots where it is difficult to lean across the table. Called the poofter stick, as it takes the easy way out.
By convention, if a player uses the poofter stick and fails to sink their shot, then the stick is automatically named after that player. Their name remains attached to the stick until another player misses a shot.
Craig: Ball's too far away. I'm gonna use the poofter stick.
(He misses the shot; later)
Bill: Pass the Craig Stick.
Pants optional, if used at a party, actually means that pants are not allowed. All people must drop their trousers immediately (unless they have no underwear)
1: Why are you wearing pants?
2: Because my legs would get cold otherwise.
1: But it's pants optional.
2: Oh. (Drops pants)
Fairly self-explanatory drinking game. One person says 'I drink,' and takes a drink. They then say 'you drink' to the second player. The second player replies by saying 'I drink,' taking a drink, and returning the favour with a call of 'you drink.' The game continues until you're out of beer.
1: I drink, you drink.
2: I drink, you drink.
A particularly munt
-filled beer drinking event. Competitors compete head to head in an event in which they must skol one beer at each of five stations, and sprint around 50m between stations (often a circuit is set up with the first and last stops at the same station). Notorious for shaking and bloating the stomach while drinking, causing mass amounts of high-velocity chunder into bins which are generally kept at the stations.
D'ya see him munt all over himself at the rogaining?
A rare situation in a game of eight ball. The first player or team must first of all have the second team one ball away from losing pants down
; i.e. the first team must have potted all of their balls except for the black ball, and the second team must have all seven of their balls left on the table. If the second team then comes back from this position to win the game, the first team is reverse pantsed, and must suffer the same penalty as regulation pants down, namely to walk around the table with their pants down (or skirt up).
Note that reverse pantsing only occurs when the team pots all seven of their balls and the black ball to win. If the team who was almost pants down wins because the other team followed the black ball with the cue ball, reverse-pantsing does not apply.
Dang, haven't seen a reverse pantsing like that in a while.
House party game: one door in the house - often the most direct route to the toilets, assuming that there is another, less direct one available - is designated to be the goon door. Any person who passes through it, either by accident or by being pushed, is punished by having to perform a nine-second goon layback
1: (Passes through the goon door)
Everyone else: (Yells) GOON DOOR!
1: (Does goon layback)