A stupid way of saying "would have" or "would've". In essence, it's bad grammar & no one seems to care.
I would of typed my paper using proper grammar but it is what it is.
A sarcastic way of asking someone about the mood they're in. Was coined in the 1988 teen drama, Heathers.
From Heathers (1988):
Heather Chandler: What's your damage? Brad says you're being a real *kuse*.
Veronic Sawyer: Heather, I feel really sick, like I'm gonna throw up, so can we please jam now?
Any muffler with a wider exhaust port that allows for a louder sound. Typically found on cars owned by drivers who can't afford a real street-racing car but want to act like they have one.
Fartcans are installed on cars strictly to make noise to annoy other drivers.
A complete stranger who approaches you at a gas station in the middle of nowhere, only to ask you if you've "found Jesus yet?" The question is usually accompanied by a proselytizing business card depicting someone going to hell for their supposed sins.
Car Owner: Fuckin' gas prices are ridiculous!!
Flanders: 'Scuse me, but I couldn't help noticing you're really mad about the price of gasoline. Have you accepted Jesus Christ as your lord n' savior? He'll help you with your anger.
Car Owner: What are you, some kinda nutcase?
The often inconsiderate
action of playing a car stereo at full blast simply to annoy those around you. Typically the object is also to make the rearview mirrors of those around you vibrate in addition to your own trunk lid.
Yo, that punkass was subwoofing so fuckin' loud at the red light I couldn't see my own reflection in my rearview!
An online encyclopedia project where anyone (registered or UNregistered users alike) can change the content at will. Often used by grade, high school or college students who don't want to write and research their own assignments and who don't care if the facts are accurate in any way.
Yo, this term paper's gotta be FIVE pages??? Unfair!!! But, no prob, Bob, I'll just copy and paste it outta Wikipedia right before class!
A totally pretentious
way of saying that a fact will follow or has preceded a statement. Typically used so a writer can sound more intelligent than they actually are.
Thus, Luke Skywalker defeated his father in a lightsaber duel and Anakin Skywalker threw the Emperor down the reactor shaft of the Death Star, thus ending the tyranny of the Empire, thus setting the stage for the New Republic.