A barbaric battle cry, used while backhanding your foe with a swipe from your battle axe, warhammer, or two-handed sword. Can also be used to describe the smashing of someone or something in this manner.
"SCHMEEEESCH!" roared Wulfgar the Terrible, smashing the face of Jordan into pulp with his warhammer.
Someone who thinks they are so 1337 because they use Linux and claim to hate Windows, and fail to admit that it is just as bug-ridden and has an ugly GUI to boot. Most don't even know how to use it!
Alberto is such a fuckin Linux Zealot, but he can't even run most of his programs!
Bulgarian rappers, see "upsurt"
HOWH HOWH bncypt MAKE GOOD SONG CALLED OBICHAM MAIKA TI
Teacher who lies about his life experiences. Example of stories that aren't true are his antics in Damascus, Denmark, and Poland. Often reffered to as "Gue" by Cricket buddies and students who mock him.
"Gue told us another story about how he saved the world from mutant aliens from Cyprus."
A band whose songs all sound the fucking same. Plagued with filler-tracks. Staind, along with Puddle of Mudd and Nickelback, is a mediocre nu-metal band that contributes to the mundane sound of today's rock music. Boycott this crap.
I hope Staind's new album will be as good as the last one... wait, of course it will be, because it'll be the same thing again!
Slang term used for a menu item with a non-english name. Favored by drones who want to order gourmet coffee without the hassle and brainwork of being mentally able to pronounce such complex foreign words as "dieci" or "latte".
Idiot: Huh... is that French, or is it Italian? Perhaps it's Fritalian. Ha!
Normal Person: The only thing dumber than not being able to pronounce 'mocha' is complaining about it and wanting it translated to English.
Loud-breathing math teacher whose catch phrases range from "OOOOH BABY" to "W00000000WWWW!" and "HEY LOUISE!!!! LOOK HOW LOW THESE TEST SCORES ARE!"
"Is that a freight train or Procida trying to breathe?"
"I failed my Procida test because I couldn't hear the lessons over his breathing."