An interjection. Used to denote evilness.
And then I will eat you! Mwa ha ha ha ha!
Why you and I exist. According to "The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy," the mice build Deep Thought, a gigantic mega computer designed to divulge the answer to life. After 7.5 million years of calculation, it states the answer: 42. Here is the actual quote, Loonquawl being a mouse:
'"Forty-two!" yelled Loonquawl. "Is that all you've got to show for seven and a half million years' work?"
"I checked it very thoroughly," said the computer, "and that quite definitely is the answer. I think the problem, to be quite honest with you, is that you've never actually known what the question is."'
One wonders what the meaning to life is. . .
Anyhow. Used as a segway. . .(i.e. "I was eating a dead hot dog. Any-hoo, I enjoy watching pink monkeys.")
. . .and then I ate my sock. Any-hoo, that's off topic.
bumgrapes, interj. Used to express annoyance or anger.
My planet is falling around my head! Bumgrapes!
Yay! Warcraft III is superfonky!!!!
A bunny who lives in a toaster. It may look like the bunny is in pain, but no, the bunny enjoys being in the toaster. He is not harmed. If the toaster runs away, as it is liable to do, the bunny finds another toaster. Toasted bunnies are a delicacy in the land where the sky is green and Polly pushes Matthew off a cliff. Occasionally Matthew pushes myself off a cliff. . .then I land on Polly and I am in pain. Any-hoos, please don't try putting bunnies in toasters at home. Unless the sky is green. . . . .
One contemplates the toasted bunny is in pain.
to type something in to ww.google.com and only get one result.
I enjoy google-whacking.