An obsolete part of language in teenage America. Some people blame AIM, others blame TV.
I'm in an honors English class, yet the grammar in it is rather appalling. Misplaced commas, horrid spelling, and run-on sentences seem to be vital parts of English papers now. However, this may have to do with the fact that I attend a school in Georgia.
Fooled, conned. Often, one who is bamboozled becomes embarrassed.
I've been bamboozled; this sandwich contains the lettuce, ham, and mustard, all right, but the tomatoes are nowehre to be found! This is the last time I ever trade lunches with Brock...
A friend/associate of a more popular, charismatic person. The sidekick gains most of his/her acclaim from merely being connected so closely to the more powerful acquaintance. Sidekicks can be found anywhere from comic books (where the term began) to the workplace and schoolyard.
Neil: Is Dan really that popular a guy? Most people in the office just talk to him because he's Ron's little sidekick.
Gina: The two of them are inseperable, you have to give them that.
Neil: Oh, I'll give that little Dan something he won't soon forget!
Bartholomew: Like the Baxter Account?
1) Collective amount of money to be distributed.
2) Man-made, water-filled area designed for swimming. Can be dug into the ground or portable.
3) Recreational game where the player attempts to hit a 'cue ball' with a stick in an attempt to knock other balls into pockets on the side of the table.
1) I didn't win the college basketball pool, but it had only cost $6 to enter.
2) Dean is a lifeguard at the local pool, despite the fact that he's a pretty bad swimmer.
3) Pool and billiards may be the same game; I'm not exactly sure.
Able to convert one's thoughts and emotions into words. Those who are articulate can use large, 'higher-level' words in their sentences without making a conscious effort to do so.
Just because somebody types without proper grammar doesn't make them inarticulate; after all, why does it matter whether or not you waste your time trying to add proper punctuation.
32nd U.S. president, famous for guiding his country through the Great Depression (with the institution of the programs that made up the New Deal) and the second world war. The only president to be elected to more than two terms, Roosevelt was voted into office four times. He served about one year of his fourth term before dying in office. Many people were unaware of his polio during his presidency. Known as 'FDR'.
FDR's is the face on the dime.
1) To smell bad.
2) To be bad.
1) This cabbage stinks.
2) This TV show stinks.