A phrase with the tonal flexibility of saying everything from "Hell yeah, bro" to "You are one smart motherfucker" (Just like Denzel Washington often says in the film American Gangster). It can be used in almost any situation that involves one's friends or enemies.
"What the fuck do you mean you locked the keys in the car?"
"Don't worry, I have a spare pair in my pocket."
"There's no way you can prove I stole that woman's purse."
"We recorded a video of you doing it."
The term applied to situations or objects which are rigged, unfair, or merely fucked up. This term comes from the fact that many punchbowls are spiked
, and therefore put those drinking from the punchbowl at an unfair advantage against those who understand that its contents are laced
"Man, did you hear about George Bush winning the election?"
"Yeah, dude. That was some punchbowl shit, right there."
A term which is pretty self-explanatory. Long Lasting Love, or "The Three L's" is a phrase used to describe old-fashioed traditional sex for the reasons of love, but for long periods of time, perhaps ranging into hours.
With the rise of ridiculous sexual tendencies and the terms related to them, this phrase seeks to return to the basic values of love and sexual intercourse.
"Man, have you heard of this 'baking cream pies' bullshit they're doing now? Fuck that. What happened to Long Lasting Love?"
A highly unoriginal individual who is obsessed with doom, gore, zombies, demons, and cheesy, wanna-be death metal. The word is a mix between the terms "doom" and "scenester".
A doomster can be found at local show, possibly in a band, flexing his hand in the shape of a "doom claw", and making squealing pig noises, which his favorite bands use superfluously. A doomster is easily recognized by their teased, "tsunami", "flock of seagulls" haircut, illegible band merchandise, blocky skater shoes, and sprayed-on-too-tight jeans. Doomsters are usually of low intelligence, and will often use words like "Brutal", "core", "doom", and "sick" in lieu of actually talking. Doomsters also on occasion overuse "x"s in their writing, despite the fact that they aren't a part of the "straight edge" movement.
"Dude, What the fuck is that thing over there?"
"Oh, that? That's a doomster."
"Whatever the fuck it is, it'd better stop posing and making pig noises on my lawn, or change pants, because I'm this close to calling the cops."
"No dude, just play The Dave Matthews band over your stereo. It'll leave."