31 definitions by bandcampgirl183

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Someone who is not thinking clearly, or thinks something will happen that, in all likelyhood, will not.
guy1: So I'm thinking of asking Leah out. I think she might say yes.
guy2: Ummm, are you delusional or something?
by bandcampgirl183 September 12, 2005
Dustin Diamond co-starred as Samuel Powers, aka Screech, in Saved By The Bell. He started the show when the class was in 8th grade, with Ms. Bliss, continued with it throughout high school, AND the college years, AND he was still there for "the new class."
Dustin Diamond did NOT improve with age, and would probably have had a hard time getting any other role in anything, since he was instantly recognizeable as Screech.

Screech is the epitome of a dork.
by bandcampgirl183 October 02, 2005
The order of operations in math-- Parentheis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction
In 6th grade, we had a sign on the wall of our classroom that said PEMDAS, but when we asked what it meant, the teacher said it meant Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally, and she would tell us more later.... needless to say, four months into the school year when she finally DID tell us, it was a letdown.
by bandcampgirl183 September 27, 2005
Someone who never does anything wrong-- never breaks the law in any way, probably never swears, etc.
I'm such a goodie goodie.... I didn't even buy a lottery ticket until I was 18!
by bandcampgirl183 September 27, 2005
A group of people doing a lot of collective complaining, ie, bitching. It has nothing to do with a female dog or a negative, annoying person bitch.
We were doing our history homework, and then we all started talking about how much we hate our teacher.... it turned into a real bitchfest.
by bandcampgirl183 September 15, 2005
One who fixes or repairs pipes. Plumber has a "b" in it because pipes were originally made of lead, (lead seemed a logical choice at the time, because of its resiliancy against rust... then people discovered what lead poisening was, and rust no longer seemed so bad!) and lead's abbreviation on the periodic table is pb (derived from its latin name).
Plumbers are given little respect, but we wouldn't want to try to live without them.
by bandcampgirl183 September 15, 2005
A great TV show, especially for elementary school girls. Although it didn't talk about things like sex, drugs, etc. very much (though there was an episode where Punky and Cherrie are offered drugs, and they are actually at a loss for what to do, they don't just say "drugs are bad!" and make it a non-issue) it is more "real" than some other shows similar to it. While the premise is a little unrealistic (Punky's mom leaves her in the car at a shopping mall and never returns, and Henry, a slightly "old" man finds her in an empty apartment in his building and adopts her) at least Punky didn't wear designer clothing and her life was not all "peaches and cream." Punky's best friend Cherrie has been living with her grandmother ever since her parents died, and there was one episode where the loss of her parents was actually a big deal. Punky is played by Soleil Moon-Frye, and Mark Paul Gosselaar guest stars as Punky's tutor in one episode, which is kind of ironic considering he also played Zack Morris, the star of Saved By The Bell, who said "I love school. Too bad classes get in the way." And speaking of Saved By The Bell, Heather Hopper (who played Nikki from the "early" days of SBTB) also guest starred on Punky Brewster, in one of the more serious episodes. PB was similar to SBTB in that each episode was its own entity; except for the few "to be continued" ones, you could watch a random episode without having seen the one the week before, and not be at all confused, because they had NOTHING to do with each other.
"I've got.... Punky Power!" - cheesy line from Punky Brewster
by bandcampgirl183 September 15, 2005

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