A term that replaces "explode." Based on a King of the Hill episode where Hank Hill must tutor a football player from the local school. In his essay about propane, the student thanks God for not being "esploded."
"I thank God for every day I don't get esploded."
A goth's virtual paradise. Human dignity is not an issue on this website: Users are free to obtain grotesque pictures showing the remains of individuals after being run over by a tank, genitals being mutilated, and various other original photos that involve being shocking the viewer beyond comprehension.
: Get off that website, homie! You is siiiiiick!
: Yo, Goregasm keeps it reeeal!
The phrase itself can be used as a noun, verb, or adjective, and defines something that is very obviously forcing an image onto its observer. This can be presented in a number of ways, including:
1) A person trying to convey an image that is unlike his or her actual self typically through large amounts of makeup
2) Something, such as a television show, attempting to mimic a more popular counterpart.
Amy is a Trying Too Hard; She's wearing a shirt meant for a 15-year old. It's too bad she's very obviously in her 40's.
Adam is Trying Too Hard to convince us that he's slept with Amy, the class whore.
Mission Hill is Trying Too Hard to be King of the Hill, as evidenced by its very title.
When something is both cheesy
. Refers to the Cheetos commercials
starring the lovable Chester Cheetah, which promoted snacks that were "dangerously cheesy."
A United States
rating standard used to rank the content of television
programs. TV-14 signifies content suited for ages 14 and up.
This term can be used to give a content rating of actual conversations and actions, as well.
: So, what are you guys doing
: You know, TV-14 stuff, and you're not invited.
A phrase used when referring to a comment that may not be accurate.
: The ride
back from Wendy's
was uneventful. In fact, we got back early.
: Whoa, that must have been in the DVD Alternate Ending - Remember the Border Police?