Asking someone you are emailing or IM'ing to send you a link to a specific site, video, etc. that you are talking about, and probably can't or do not want to find for yourself.
The distance of your radius that you will acknowledge the people you know and greet them. Greeting radii almost always depend on person. Usually, your greeting radius varies based on how much you like the person. Someone you are close friends with, will probably have a greeting radius of over 50ft. For people you don't like, it would probably be something like 10ft if it's crowded where you are.
Steve: Oh dude, I had to say hi to Kent today?
Jon: Aww, you said hi to Kunt? He probably thinks you like him now.
Steve: I know, but I kinda used to know him, plus, he got in my greeting radius
Jon: Shit, sucks for you, haha
Steve: Yeah, GOD today was a bad day
you don't even know.
Jon: Ya dude, I wanna go, but I'm having trouble with the missus.
Man who has a rumor going around that he will steal your myspace/facebook/twitter passwords. It is said that by accepting his friend request he will take your password, read your messages, and try to mess with your account. I am not sure when this ordeal started, but it can easily be avoided by alerting anyone you know.
Jon: Hey, do you know this guy, Christopher Butterfield?
Steve: Holy Shit! Don't add him, it's a hacker
Jon: SHIIII- thanks for the warning, bro.
Steve: tell your friends
The paper that is wrapped around over half of your burger that makes eating the burger harder, but keeps the lettuce and sauce from falling onto your tray. (almost resembles a real diaper in the sense that you use it it's early stages to collect the released exrcement.) Once your burger is about 3/4 of the way done, it should be out of it's burger diaper(s) and be held so that the uneaten side is facing up so that it may be finished. Some places that give the burger diapers are In n' out, The Habit, etc...
"Man, I really hate having to move the burger diaper down every time I want a big bite. But these burgers are so sloppy, I can't just take it off. That would only end in tears..."
A song by Nth Degree about having morning wood.
M-O-M-O-R-M-O-R-N-I-N-G-W-O-O-D TO THE Nth DEGREE!!! I love Morning wood!