A different way to say "so be it". Add the 'nam (pronounced 'nawm'), so it sounds like "so vietnam"
I have failed you in this class.
So be it 'nam.
the freshman Marcus who sits by himself and carries his binder with him, so in case anyone questions what he's doing, he can flip through it as if to get something out of it (yet all he is doing is wasting time/stalling); has been known to sit with the great big green kid and the other guy; there are some noticeable differences between the real marcus and the great white marcus, however: the great white marcus looks really British, wears a watch, likes to sit with one leg crossed (the masculine way, however), and walks with his arms swaying sideways instead of forward and back (this is a sight to behold)
Ah! Look, it's the Great White Marcus! Behold!
a phrase taken from the precog in the hit film "Minority Report"; the "now" was added to have some form of finality, which Spielberg forgot to add. When playing Mario Kart 64, or Foosball, it might be necessary to say this phrase in order to time your shot correctly.
(During an intense game of Mario Kart 64 or foosball) Wait, wait, wait, NOW!
phrase used to tell something is crazy; incredible; out of this world
Man, you're acting like you're bonjovi on steroids.
barf, vomit, puke, throw-up
Since I ate to much, I think I might ulti.
when the phrase "come on" becomes so played out, one must say "comeo n". (pronounced kinda like rodeo, than the letter "n")
Hey, lets all go to the football game.
Nah, lets play some Mario Kart 64 or Double Dash, I mean comeo n.
when chriskaye's computer has been on 3 days straight and when you start to play music it skips and remixes the songs for all you DJs so you don't have to.
Man, this low RAM remix of YOGURT-pooh is pretty interesting. In fact I'd say it's pretty schweet. Latas, I'm out like a decent hurricane.