9 definitions by Robert Funk

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Wuzzam, a verb used as a response to a question indicating that you were and still are in the same condition
Q: I heard you were a model
A: Wuzzam. I was, still am and will continue to be what you heard about me
by Robert Funk March 20, 2007
Some one who lives in the past and is willing to give up there future.
Some one who always says "I was" instead of saying "Wuzzam"
Some one who has given up on there dreams because.
Some one who listens to other people tell them that they can't do that for what ever reason.
Has Been: I would like to do this but every one thinks it's a stupid idea.
Wuzzam: I don't care what they say, if it makes me happy then I am going to do it.
by Robert Funk April 13, 2008
Conj. Meaning Maby yes and maby no
Q: Do you feel like doing some thing tonight?
A: Yesn't
by Robert Funk April 12, 2008
Is a person who specializes in the science of integrationoligy.
? So are you a sider or a roofer?
No, I am an Integrationologist, I deal with all the stuff in between.
by Robert Funk April 13, 2008
Adj.
Ipod+pooched=Ipooched

My Ipod always works except when I really need it (before a long trip or preloaded with the music for the wedding)
I was rockin out on the ski hill until I was ipooched
by Robert Funk January 05, 2008
Is a new science in building envelope construction. The science pertains to the connections of exterior claddings and other exterior features (window connections, roof connections, ect.) The theory behind it is "Take care of the little stuff and the big stuff will take care of it's self"
Roofers only know how to connect roofing features and siding guys only know how to connect cladding connections.
Integrationoligy deals with the stuff in between.
by Robert Funk April 12, 2008
Wasam, a verb used as a response to a question indicating that you were and still are in the same condition.
This was the original spelling of the word "WUZZAM" before the media got a hold of it.
Q: I heard you were a model
A: Wasam (Wuzzam). I was, still am and will continue to be what you heard about me
by Robert Funk November 24, 2007

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