When something of value is stolen, and everyone who was in charge of safeguarding the valuable claims ignorance of just about anything. People in charge who confronted with questions about the valuable items usually answer, "I just dont know where it is" or claim that the valuables were "vaporized" when it was their job to know.
This comes from the MF Global scandal, and their CEO Jon Corzine, who stole 1.6 billion dollars of client money testified that he didn't know where the money was or where it went. Several other financial officers of the firm also claim total ignorance of everything and claim the money was "vaporized".
Apparently claiming total ignorance of everything also clears you of all criminal charges as well.
Dude 1 - I trusted Mike to watch my cooler of beer last night when I took my girlfriend home. When I came back, all my beer was gone.
Dude 2 - I didn't see him anywhere near it man, he was talking to some whores when you were gone.
Dude 1 - oh shit, I just got corzined! I can't even confront him about it because he'll probably kick my ass.
Dude 2 - looks like you learned a painful lesson. Don't trust Mike with your beer.
An excellent retort to people who are dispensing advice to you, that is pretty common knowledge and you already know. Usually, it's delivered to some novice who is attempting to be helpful, but is really just annoying you.
Noob: Make sure you stack that charcoal in a pyramid shape, with spacing between the briquettes.
Pro: It's not my first rodeo. I know how to stack, fluid, and feed the flame...I've probably forgotten more about grilling than you'll ever know...
A person who has surpassed the moniker of a "douche bag". These people are the cream of the crop / elite of "douche bags" and deserve a unique, differentiating term for them, like "executive douche bag". Any random person can be a "douche bag", but enema bags are mired in their own sense of self importance in the world.
That enema bag dude in the skinny, bejeweled jeans, was trying to tell me his theory on stock market technical analysis and couldn't have been more incorrect. I think he should spend more time tanning and less time trying to impress others with failed theories.
A sense of dread, discomfort or unease about the future. Whether it be self-illness, or some other personal, possibly catastrophic event.
One year after the collapse of real estate markets, they remain mired in deep malaise
When you walk into a public restroom, and immediately have to turn around 180 degrees and walk out due to some foul stench.
Occurrences are enjoyed when you repulse someone, as you're still sitting on the throne conducting your business.
I was dropping a deuce
at work and I heard someone come in the bathroom and almost choked. They quickly did the bathroom 180.
The area of a neutered male dog, where his balls would be located had he not been neutered.
Guy 1: Dave's dog was just licking his dick, then licked your hand!
Guy 2: pretty sure he was just licking his nonballs, but i'm going to go wash my hands...
The recent media attention given to remote piloted drones is shedding light on a perfect example of US government getting drunk with power. The powers that be think they have the authority to spy on, and even murder citizens without this thing we have called "DUE PROCESS", under the guise of keeping us safe from terrorism. I personally do not want the skies above filled with weaponized, spying, unmanned aircraft, so my reply is, "DON'T DRONE ME, BRO!"
Guy 1: what the hell happened to your face?
Guy 2: I got stopped at a DHS checkpoint. After refusing to be searched, I was about to get let go and I said, "Don't drone me, bro!". That infuriated the agent, he called his supervisor. Next thing I know, I guess I smarted off too much to them, so they tazed me, pulled me out of the car and beat my ass for quote, threatening behavior, unquote...
Guy 1: did they find your stash?
Guy 2: No they didn't, nor the 2 mexicans i was smuggling into the country in the trunk.
Guy 1: Good, lets roll one....