A good looking teenage boy, not necessarily built. Usually has a
naturally clean cut appearance, dresses well (mainly prep gear), and is very aware of his hair, skin, etc. Constantly looks in the mirror to look perfect from head to
toe. You could usually tell who has the pretty boy look (school, mall, etc.). Some are popular, which is why pretty boys are cautious of their image as to satisfy themselves while not
necessarily impressing others, although pretty boys are checked out ocassionally by girls, and well, boys too (in reference to attractiveness, or envy). Always wanting to look good does affect ones personality, as most may come off as prissy, stuck up, annoying, or definately conceited. Some however are outgoing and friendly (the ones who are aware both physically and socially).
I would know, since I consider myself a pretty boy!
January 29, 2005
A character from the show Southpark. In every episode, he is killed in some freakishly funny way. Afterwards, his friends Kyle and Stan say:
Stan "Oh my God! They killed Kenny!"
Kyle "You Bastard
The most skillful character in the anime Naruto, most always overlooked by his lack of Ninjutsu and Genjutsu. Lee more than makes up for this downside with his extreme Taijutsu and speed.
Man, people just don't appreciate that Rock Lee! He pzzownz Gaara.
Expression used to describe a state of consciousness where actual skills match the percieved performance requirements perfectly. Being in the zone implies increased focus
and attention which allow for higher levels of performance. Athletes, musicians, and anybody that totally owns a challenge of physical and mental performance can be in the zone.
The Noodle Incident gets in the zone by warming up before a show.
A alternative slang word for OK. Originated from Comedy Central's South Park Counseler Mr.Mackey
Now kids, if I didn't know any better I'd say you were smoking, mm'kay?