Public Displays of Affection, can be seen in the form of kissing, touching, groping, licking, nuzzling, cuddling, crossing hands into each other's opposite back pockets, etc. Usually spotted among new couples, frisky teenagers, and occasionally the "young at heart" (god help us).
Also, a handheld computer of sorts.
Jen and Craig's PDAs at the table were so intense that there was actually slobber on the green bean casserole.
An utterly useless subject intended by communist dictators like our government to improve the quality of life by exposing young children and adolescents to an hour a day of athletic torture. Games such as Dodgeball and Kickball are most common, though sometimes the occasional (pointless) game of Indian Soccer or Ultimate Frisbee can be seen. Most PE teachers are commonly seen wearing T-shirts and nylon shorts with Nikes and usually have hair cut short. When asked about sexual preference, they usually repond by assigning as many push-ups as is legal.
HYPOTHETICAL SITUATION kid1: "Dude when we were playing 5-base kickball, Shawn asked Miss Peuce her sexual preference and she assigned him 800 push-ups!"
kid2: "Is that legal?"
Similar to daydreaming, zoning out usually involves obscure subject matter such as how toothpicks are made or what will happen when squirrels take over the world. Common among, but not imited to, those with ADD or ADHD.
Chester was so zoned out that he didn't even notice Jim slapping him in the back of the head.
The mental state achieved when one wants to avoid the unpleasant or uncomfortble. Everyone's happy place is different, and usually consists of the things that make them joyous.
Mindlessidiot: "...and so I was like, that's so disgusting. You should get that checked out, and he goes..."
Semi-saneperson: "Dude, shut the crap up. I'm in my happy place!"
(Mindless idiot continues rambling aimlessly until Semi-sane person smacks them with a bag of frozen fish sticks.)
1)clear, lemon-lime soda, sometimes used to settle the stomach
2)a game (usually played in grade school classrooms) in which there are 7 people "up" in front and who must silently walk around room pushing down the thumbs of those remaining in their seats with their heads down and sticking up thier thumb. Those whose thumbs are down must then guess who pushed said thumb.
1) I drank six 7-ups earlier, and i think i'm going to yak.
2) Our game of 7-up had to be called off because Billy had on his x-ray glasses.