v.(note lower case):
the act of being neutral or non-committed on a subject, usually a controversial one.
Joe: Hey, whaddya
think about those Red Sox
finally winning the World Series?
Louie: Hey, I don't wanna
get into it, man. I'm SWITZERLAND on this one.
Actually, a bacardi & coke with a shard of lime. Takes the boring old standard of rum and coke to a different level. (Whether that level is higher or lower ... you be the judge.)
Mon Cher, please bring me a Cuba Libre whilst I sit here on my lazy ass.
The act of changing a word to suit your own needs.
I bastardized BUDDY into BUDZ
; sounds better and saves a syllable!
The "illness" that you have after a full night of drinking; what you tell your boss you have, when calling in sick the next day.
I had to call in with the COCKTAIL FLU after we went out all night and ran the bar out of Jagermeister. Oh, my aching hair!
a not-entirely-true or documentable "fact" that can be used alone or used to embellish a story;
During the Anneism
spouted by Gertrude, the factoids were flying fast and furious.
Also known as little man syndrome or lms
. When a small guy tries to be tough because he's shorter than average or small of stature. (Taken from the name Napoleon, who was just a few inches over 5 feet tall and tended to blow people up and start wars.) See Napoleonic War.
Rick had a case of napoleonism beacuse he was only 5'5". He didn't need to be so tough, 'cause he was a great and kind friend who would do anything for you. Unfortunately, people still look down upon short people, and he took this personally.
word conglomeration of Don't You Know.
Used to finish a sentence containing facts that are somewhat obvious.
Hey Mimi, I think it's nearly 5 o'clock.
It's almost time to leave, donchaknow.