5 definitions by Saphs

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A company that works with disney making some of the most amazing family films to come to our screens in this and the last century. With such films as Toy Story, Finding Nemo, Cars and Ratatouille which will be forever remembered in movie history. Pixar movies are made in such a way that each takes somewhere between three to six years to make, meaning that we all have to wait a long time to see the next installment of their loveable characters.
Pixar Quotes

Linguini (from Ratatouille): Ratatouille. It's like a stew, right? Why do they call it that? If you're gonna name a food, you should give it a name that sounds delicious. Ratatouille doesn't sound delicious. It sounds like "rat" and "patootie." Rat-patootie, which does not sound delicious.

Hamm (from Toy Story): Yes, sir, we're next month's garage sale fodder for sure.

Lightning McQueen (from Cars): Okay, here we go. Focus. Speed. I am speed. One winner, forty-two losers. I eat losers for breakfast. Breakfast? Maybe I should have had breakfast? Brekkie could be good for me. No, no, no, focus. Speed. Faster than fast, quicker than quick. I am Lightning.

Marlin: Now, what's the one thing we have to remember about the ocean?
Nemo: It's not safe.
Marlin: That's my boy.

by Saphs February 13, 2008
Contrary to the racist remarks made by english football fanatics previous to this definition, Scotland is a vast and pleasant land, filled with wonderful scenery, friendly people, and many different cultures.

Though the few idiots that have posted before argue, our football teams are rubbish - And?
The world does not revolve around football, a country is great because of the people in it and the land it has, not a bunch of grown men kicking a ball up and down a field and bawling like wee bairns afterwards.
And we'd beat the english bastards anyday! ;)

Being born and bred in scotland, I wouldn't really know how it is for an outsider, but in my experiances, it's not as bad as people say. Take my latvian friend, she moved to my school several months ago, and is one of the most popular girls in school. She has a well paying job, the locals never say anything bad to her, and she never seems to suffer because of her origins.

Don't label scotland as alchoholic ginger haired kilt wearing violent people, that's exactly like saying that all english have bad teeth and drink tea all the time, or that french wear berets, italian men all have moustaches and own restaraunts, or that Texans sleep with their animals.

Not nice is it?
by Saphs February 11, 2008
A rabbit like character from the tv show digimon, who is actually based on the dog breed terrier, and not a rabbit as portrayed in the english dub. He is small and feisty, the clown of the series. First appeared in the only English movie; Digimon the Movie, and in the third japanese film; Digimon, Hurricane Touchdown/The Golden Digimentals.
He was first partnered with a young boy named Wallace, or Willis in the English version, and was the twin of the digimon Lopmon who was actually based on a rabbit.
In the original japanese version, Terriermon is named "Gumimon", after his babyII/in training stage. Lopmon is named after his babyII/in training stage in both versions, and is referred to as Cocomon.
The second and most recent time Terriermon was included in Digimon was in Season 3, Digimon Tamers, partnered with Henry Wong (a different Terriermon, however).
This Terriermon is where we have the phrase "momentai" from (also written as moumentai) which translates as "take it easy" or "relax", which sums up the tiny digimon nicely, calm and layed back, a reluctant fighter.
His most notable move is his "petit twister" or "Terrier Tornado" in the dub, in which he spins his long ears quickly to create a mini twister with great force.
"Bunny Blast!"
"Momentai, Henry."
"Growlmon! Where could he be hiding? This should be like trying to find a haystack in a haystack!"
~Terriermon
by Saphs March 19, 2008
A word used commonly in the united kingdom by neds and chavs, it originates from the gypsy language Romany and means "to steal". Can be heard when amonst youths bragging about what they managed to swipe from the local shop.
See also pinch or nick.
"I chored a can of coke today, they didn't even see me!"
"That boy has choring hands."
by Saphs March 19, 2008
Nomadic people hated by most of the population for no reason. Not to be confused with "modern-day gypsies" who live like pigs and steal. The gypsy people, contrary to popular belief, are honest and hard working, and would rather make something and sell it than steal.
Most have stopped travelling nowadays, but there are still some who refuse to settle down, and festivals at certain times of the year celebrating the culture.
"My grandfather was a gypsy and often wove baskets to sell as he travelled."
by Saphs March 19, 2008

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