A strong strain of mostly-sativa cannabis. JUST cannabis, NOT laced with anything. Lacing a smokable drug with LSD is IMPOSSIBLE and a bullshit urban legend! It will break down if you try to smoke it!
"Man, that purple haze I bought from Jim was amazing, it got me so fucked up!"
A supposedly narcotic spirit which originated in the 17th century and became popular during the turn of the century in Europe and further popularized by famous artists and writers.
Absinthe has an opaque green color with a licorice aroma and a high alcohol content, typically containing anise, artemesia pontica, melissa, fennel, hyssop and lemonbalm; some immitation absinthes contain the original controversial ingredient wormwood, which contains the neurotoxin thujone.
Immitation absinthes, despite manufacturers claims, have only a general similarity with absinthes drank a century ago. The historically romanticized drink was Pernod Fils, a French Absinthe, which contained wormwood, and the exact recipe of which was never known. However, in 2004 It was painstakingly resurrected by microbiologist Ted Breaux, who owned two original bottles, and formed a private company selling limited batches of the real thing.
"After the first glass, you see things as you wish they were. After the second, you see things as they are not. Finally, you see things as they really are, and that is the most horrible thing in the world."
- Oscar Wilde
75% of the word "crap"
Retarded people listen to rap cause they stupid.
Sanskrit for "illusion". Also an appealing female name, which sadly was not used in The Matrix.
Female:"My name is Maya"
Male:"So you aren't real?"
Female: "Now I really hate my parents.."
An unattractive, middle-aged (or slightly older) woman. The term is commonly used to describe hysterical or ugly women in positions of power.
"I'll get you my little pretty, and your little dog too!" - Wicked Witch Of The West
The Nintendo64 was the first console that offered serious 3D graphics processing. It had an unusual development, the result of a partnership between Nintendo and Silicon Graphics, and the system was based on technology used in Silicon Graphics high-end MIPS-based workstations, using a custom R4300i chipset - and the entire system retailing less than $300, was a remarkable feat at the time. As such, the system was far ahead of it's time. The casing was a very durable, hard plastic design, cart, instead of CD based, and featured an unusual controller that was ergonomically superior to anything before it - and turned out later, ideally suited to first person and fighting games. The Nintendo64 enjoyed a long life, and several historically significant games developed natively for the system that remain to this day benchmarks in game design.
Person 1: "Dude, remember the first time you saw Mario 64 on display? That was what real next gen was all about."
Person 2: "Yeah, I first saw the title screen, ran over, pushed away all the little kids shoving Mario's mustache up his nose, man did my Playstation games look tired then. I'll never forget that."
A post-apocaliptic, non-linear science-fiction anime created by Peter Chung that explores the relationship between sociopathic philantropists of two seperate governments: one a female terrorist, Aeon Flux, and another a scientist and dictator, Trevor Goodchild.
The show debuted in 1991 as part of Mtv's Liquid Television, the last episode being made in 1995.
Aeon Flux: "Fine to play with my feelings, but you are involving innocent people, Trevor! What are you doing to that poor girl!"