1) To make unhappy.
2) Unhappy; angry.
3) To defeat a favored opponent.
4) A victory over a favored opponent.
1) Eric upset Alexandra by buying her mints, as she thought he was implying her breath smelled bad.
2) Catherine was still upset; she hadn't gotten over Mary's rude behavior at the party.
3) Lucas upset Dino, the nieghborhood's best tennis player, in the best-of-three-set match.
4) The White Sox scored a major upset over the over the Twins when Buehrle pitched a comple-game shutout.
A surly character who is rather unfriendly and occasionally antisocial.
What a sourpuss! I said hello and he walked right on by without acknowledging me!
Country in Southeast Asia. Different from Lagos
, which is in Nigeria. Also different from Lays
, which is a brand of chip.
No, I've never been to Laos.
Expression of disbelief, usually over something too good to be true. A phrase containing 'get out' usually ends with an exclamation point.
Bruno: And so all of the digits matched! That's 2.5 million right there, dude!
Ed: Get out! That's awesome!
'. Swears are considered inappropriate to use in public places, but are less offensive than other profanities. These 'bad word
s' are often referenced by pre-adolescents by their first letter (the 'f' word, the 's' word, even 'h-e-double-hockey-sticks').
I swore in the privacy of my room, and nobody was offended.
The only show on television that shows highlights of alomost all of the previous day's sporting events. However, any remaining time is spent discussing:
A) The Lakers, especially the Shaq/Kobe/Jackson feud.
B) Barry Bonds.
C) The Yankees/Red Sox rivalry.
After Ron Artest beat up some fan, SportsCenter was Laker-free for about a week, because ESPN kept showing the same replay of the same fight over and over and over.
The one-person card game, played far more often on the computer than with actual cards.
He can win at Solitaire on the computer.