Well-picked items from Salvation Army, worn in a way that looks stylish.
"That's a cool hat, where'd you get that?"
When someone is treated in an over-protective way, or when bad news is sugar-coated.
Tell us the truth, we're tired of being mollycoddled.
Very popular Animutation flash video. Suprisingly, as opposed to most other Animutation videos, the lyrics are in English, but they're sung with a heavy Japanese accent, which makes them hard to understand. The subtitles say what the words sound like, which is often quite hillarious. The song is "The Hot Limit" by Dance Dance Revolution.
Mama was burning a hole in my aunt
Please let me down now
Hold the ketchup
Eight tequilas to feel up my lice
A submarine burning in hell
Gathering the eyes
The summer is burning a hole in my heart
Stripping me down to
It's OK to give in, be beaten by lust
A summer wind, burning the air
A scandalous affair
1. Drunk, intoxicated, inebriated, particularly in a beligerent fashion.
2. To steal, either covertly or by force any item.
2b. To rob at gunpoint, as one would a bank or convenience store.
3. Cheated, robbed, deprived of an ammount of money or property via a complex scheme or confidence game.
1. Dude, I was so jacked, I could hardly even stand, and I told him, "fuck you bitch," and that was when he kicked me out, and it was all fuzzy after that, but I just woke up in a ditch.
2. I jacked his sun glasses while he wasn't looking
2b. He jacked a McDonalds by an off-ramp, and we don't know what state he's in right now.
3. Dude, are you gonna tell the cops how we got jacked?
1. Perjorative word for men who lack machismo, large muscles, luxuriant facial hair or other such tokens of hyper-masculinity.
2. Perjorative word for homosexual men.
3. Insult coined by Saturday Night Live characters Hans and Franz, and mimicked by California governor Arnol Schwartzenager.
You can't even lift a pretzel, you little girly man!
Crazy, insane, deranged.
You're totally bughouse, get help.
The town of Westfield Mass., known for blight, four dive bars within extremely short walking distance of one another, just as many liquor stores, just as many churches.
Whenever a business starts up anywhere in downtown Wastefield, it goes under within the year.