Something that has not been adequately defined by some other definitions; refers to the rules used to combine words together in order to form meaning within a given language.
"i don liek u becoz u suck"==grammatically correct, despite spelling shortcuts and the lack of capitalization/punctuation. These are mechanical/technical errors.
"She go to house red last Saturday."==despite perfect mechanics, this is not grammatically correct, due to a tense mismatch (needs to be past tense, verb misinflection (should be "she goes"), missing article ("the" or "a"), and adjective-noun word order reversal.
Bad grammare n spelung aint not impotrent in a essay.
In addition to being a name for girls and boys, Sakura is also the Japanese
word for cherry blossom.
(Note: Refer to the anime
"Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan" for an example of Sakura as a boy's name.)
You can pretty much assume that the more sakura petals you see in an anime, the more girly/romantic/dramatic the show.
October 07, 2005
The situation you are in if your dropship crashes and leaves you stranded on a planet full of nasty extra terrestrials.
I guess this is it, man, I guess we're pretty fucked, game over, man, game over!
Term for a volunteer soldier in the American Revolution
, who were supposed to be ready to fight against the British at a minute's notice. These were often nothing more than farmers that happened to have a gun or two lying around.
Let us not confuse "minuteman," a man who quickly goes off to be a soldier, with minute man
, a man whose soldier goes off too quickly.
January 25, 2004
Heavily congested freeway that runs generally through the west-central part of Los Angeles, California.
(There are also interstate highways with this number in Washington & Oregon, but the California version is the most famous.)
The gridlock on the 405 is legendary throughout the country.
December 08, 2003
1-A punctuation mark used by morons and idiots to pluralize words or to conjugate verbs in the third-person singular form.
2-A punctuation mark used to show possession of something.
3-Shows omission of one or more letters within a contraction
4-(American system) Used to set aside quotations within quotations.
1-He want's to see his parent's.
2-"Bob's X"==the X belonging to Bob.
3-couldn't, they're, he'll, I'm, you'd
4-Then, Mark said, "Dude, I hate to tell you, but Sheila said 'I wouldn't go out with him if he were the last man on earth.' Tough break, man."
Any disc recieved from America Online
that contains its
product. Since using the programs represents a net inefficiency for your time, it is better to use them as coasters that you can set your drinks on, lest you damage a wood or other valuable surface.
I got so many AOL 9.0 coasters last month, I glued them to my ceiling and now it's shiny, disco-style.