the turnip king was a tyrant. he lived in a castle made of dirt and ruled over all the vegetables. one day the farmer came and took the turnip king. the turnip king said "you can not eat me. i am the turnip king" but the farmer did not listen and he made the turnip king into soup. the vegetables stormed the castle and took the turnip queen, the turnip taughter, and the bastard son and left them out for the rabbits. the vegetables were then ruled by an elected potato.
i just gave one
Death as a personification or as a philosophical notion.
Greek, death; akin to Sanskrit adhvanIt it vanished.
September 22, 2003
"balls" is refering to someone's ego
so busting someone's balls would be making them insecure in some way
busting one's balls could be messing with them, annoying them, teasing them, embarrasing them, etc.
they use this phrase a lot in the movie "The Goodfellas"
To skip school or any school-related activity, like school assembly.
I'm going to sluff 8th period.
December 25, 2004
Having to do with the culture and lifestyle surrounding the independent music scene. The genre grew out of Sonic Youth's alternative rock movement of the 80's which spawned bands like Nirvana. When alternative rock, ironically, went mainstream and began getting playtime on commercial FM radio stations, the music left under the radar became known as "indie." Some notable indie bands of the 1990's were Built To Spill and Neutral Milk Hotel. Currently, indie music is becoming more popular. Bands like Modest Mouse and Death Cab for Cutie are signing with major record labels. Many are appearing on late night television talk shows (e.g. Rilo Kiley, The Walkmen). Some view this as a good thing, that perhaps the general public will finally start listening to some good music. Others, wanting to retain their exclusive status, are listening to more obscure bands to counteract this trend. Many indie people claim to prefer vinyl.
Former WWF Intercontinental Champion from the early 90's. Alias: The Bad Guy, Scott Hall
He was as drunk as Razor Ramon
(verb) To have one's finger broken by the football while attempting to catch a particularly hard-thrown pass.
Comes from Brett Favre's notoriety for throwing one of the hardest balls in the NFL and having broken several of his receivers fingers on multiple occasions throughout his career.
also acceptable: Brett favre'd
"How did you manage to break your pinky?"
"Oh, I was Brett Favre'd by John in the tackle football game we had last weekend."
November 29, 2004