This definition dating from the jazz age is a house on the major street where all the action is. People living there would near fine restaurants, live music and nightclubs. Out your window you would see people wearing their sunday best as they walked down the boulevard.
Life was never better than when we lived at the boulevard house.
One thing I miss about the boulevard house is looking out the window and seeing all those people dressed to the nines.
A number that is a 1 with a googolplex of 0s behind it.
I just got my credit card bill, holy shit it's almost a doublegoogol.
To die in the bathroom, usually the result of a life of long term excess.
Another supermodel did an Elvis in the bathroom.
Crazy Bob did too many ludes, lucky I walked in on him or he would have done an Elvis in the bathroom.
Log Off the Internet Day was started by a group of activists and thinkers in 1999 to make the public aware of the impacting is making on real life communities. Log Off the Internet Day is celebrated on the first Saturday after the start of summer in your hemisphere on which you are supposed to stay off the internet. No email, chat, IMs, gameplaying or surfing. A time to go to a movie, see some friends, ride a bike, be with your family.
I totally celebrated Log Off the Internet Day and went for a bike ride.
My second life wife got mad because I spent some time with my first life wife on Log Off the Internet Day.
A nickname for beer that is drunk before you drive.
Give me some travel juice, I got a long drive home.
A martial artist without any tan at all, very pale. Unlike many people who workout in gyms or health clubs, who are usually tan. Someone who is spending all there time in the dojo training and not going out in the sun. Usually a serious martial artist.
Bob's pretty serious about getting his blackbelt, he's got a dojo tan.
A regular automobile such as a Honda Accord or a Toyota Camry. The name refers not to the safety of the car but to the fact that the people driving them don't really live. They are already dead.
My mom wanted to buy a coffin but my dad would let her.