4 definitions by Olivia Anderson

Top Definition
The words one uses in their day to day life.
Harry: "I feel some people really limit themselves by not being creative and making up new words."
Tom: "yes, their scenery of speech is not very interesting, thus making them a lot less fun to be around. It is truely sad."

When someone is telling you the long version of a story they are "taking the scenic route to get to their point".
by Olivia Anderson March 15, 2006
A metro who allows his hair to grow into a fro, therein becoming a MEFRO.
"I generally don't like boys who wear their collar up. I would only take to a metro if they had a fro, you know, if they were a mefro"
by Olivia Anderson March 15, 2006
To make shapes; to get something done; also used when instructing another to execute a task which they have been saying they will complete it for some time now; to deal with a problem in an efficient manner.

Tenses: make shapes, making shapes, made shapes.
Your mother said she would make mississippi mud cakes a week ago, they still have not surfaced, to her you say: "Hey Mum, you better make shapes with those mud cakes round about now hey?"

Your boss has not yet show signs of giving you a Christmas bonus, it is December 24th, and to him you say: "Hey you there sir, you better be making shapes with that Christmas bonus ye hear"

A young hooligan teenager stops you in the street and suggests you "beat it old lady/ man", this youngster does not realise you are concealing a weapon of some size. In administering the correct behaviour to the teenager you have "made shapes with his punkass".
by Olivia Anderson August 22, 2006
To make shapes; to get something done; also used when instructing another to execute a task which they have been saying they will complete it for some time now; to deal with a problem in an efficient manner.

Tenses: make shapes, making shapes, made shapes.
Your mother said she would make mississippi mud cakes a week ago, they still have not surfaced, to her you say: "Hey Mum, you better make shapes with those mud cakes round about now hey?"

Your boss has not yet show signs of giving you a Christmas bonus, it is December 24th, and to him you say: "Hey you there sir, you better be making shapes with that Christmas bonus ye hear"

A young hooligan teenager stops you in the street and suggests you "beat it old lady/ man", this youngster does not realise you are concealing a weapon of some size. In administering the correct behaviour to the teenager you have "made shapes with his punkass".

by Olivia Anderson December 31, 2005
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