The only correct response to "Can I ask you a question?" besides "You just did."
"Can I ask you a question?"
When you're opposed to something, only to change your mind a year later in favour of it. Just like Ireland did with the Nice and Lisbon treaties.
Guy 1: "Dude! My girlfriend finally agreed!"
Guy 2: "Seriously? I thought last year she was all like "exit only"?
Guy 1: I guess she had an Irish referendum on the matter.
A homemade music compilation (usually on cassette or CD-R) that contains all your favourite tracks. Often you give such a compilation to the guy or gal of your fancy in hopes that it will help you win their heart.
There's no way that girl can say no, I made her the greatest mixtape ever!
A style of handwriting where all the letters in a word are joined together. Sometimes referred to as just "handwriting."
The form said "PLEASE PRINT" so I didn't use cursive writing.
This term is incorrectly said to refer to a person who leads their life without regard to conventional standards of behaviour because that is how Gypsies lived and it was believed that Gypsies originally hailed from Bohemia, part of what is modern-day Czech Republic. Gypsies actually emigrated from northern Indian so it should also be noted that the term "Gypsy" which is derived from "Egyptian" is also incorrect although it is more widely accepted. The most etymologically correct term would be "Romani" or "Romany" which is the Gypsies original word for themselves.
Person 1: "Look at that hippie, he's such a Bohemian."
Person 2: "He doesn't look like a Czech to me."
An instrumental version of a reggae song often dubbed onto the B-side of a single. Sometimes DJs would rap or "toast" over top of these versions. Through the studio manipulation and experimentation of such figures as King Tubby, Augustus Pablo and Lee "Scratch" Perry this practice grew into the reggae subgenre known as dub.
"King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown," producer Augustus Pablo's version of Jacob Miller's "Baby I Love You So," is far superior to the original.
When you're at a party or elsewhere, some people will try to talk all deep except that most of their knowledge is derived from Dan Brown novels. Easily spotted by frequent illusions to the Illuminati
and the Holy Grail
. The really clever ones will mix in bullshit they read on the Internet
PERSON 1: I think Camus' "The Stranger" is one of the best illustrations of one's struggle with the absurd.
PERSON 2: Uh, yeah, and the Catholic church is trying to cover up Jesus' bloodline!
PERSON 1: Nice Dan Brown philosophy you've got there.