Mildly classyer than MySpace.
You: So last friday I had this awsome night..
Me: Yeah I saw on your livejournal sounded goood!
End of covo
Contraction of 'isn't it' which has been used in London for about 40 years ATLEAST. (so stop attibuting it to all sorts of wierd groups of people like for example chavs) Used at the end of sentances in the same was as eh?, right? or you-get-me?
Me: Where ARE you?
You: Still at work, innit.
i.e the REAL meaning behind the answer 'fine'
Robin: Howz u?
Lusi: Oh I'm fine thanks.
The rule that says if you drop a piece of food on the floor it is ok to eat if you pick it up in three seconds. Usually the 'three seconds' is more like 10 but it is still the three second rule.
*accidentlly drops a chip*
"Three second rule!!"
A game wher the point is not to remember that you are playing it. As soon as you do you have lost. When you lose you have to immediately say so out loud.
Mike: I've just lost the game.
Jo: Oh, dammit!
Used to descripe a girl who is a bit dippy but also a bit mad or eccentric. Friendly mild insult.
Emily: So I locked my housekey in my locker again..
Jas: Your so dappy!
There is a society at Pomona College, California, USA, which propagates the belief that the number forty-seven occurs in nature with more than other natural numbers. The origin of this appears to be a mathematical proof, written in 1964 by Professor Donald Bentley, which supposedly demonstrated that all numbers are equal to 47.
Subsequentlly the number 47 appears all over the place, notablly in most episodes of Star Trek and Alias.
Rick Berman says that 47 is 42 adjusted for inflation. LOL