The three hardest words to say in the English Language.
When done properly, side effects include: A seeming absence of your stomach, silence, perhaps tears, and an overwhelming joy.
October 10, 2004
A young mexican (or the like) girl who has ODed on on shrooms, 'cause she is always seen singing to inanimate objects, such as, her backpack and a map. Also, the subject of bestiality and Dora often comes up because of her questionable relationship with a purple monkey named Boots
, that wears red boots on his feet. It is also questionable, the whole thing with "Swiper
" the fox, she always wards him away. He doesn't really do anything, except throw things. Perhaps he was an ex of the appearing four-year-old.
Boots: Uh...Dora, the kids are watching. +Poke.+
Dora: What? Oh! Hola, mi amigos...
Boots: C'mon Dora, we need to go see our Dealer!
Dora: Si, chango pelon!
Boots: I'm not bald.
Dora: +Laughs.+ Come on, vamanos, everybody, let's go!
Boots: Wait, dumbass. We don't know which way to go. Especially when we're screwed up. Ask the map, ask the map!
Dora: Oh. Right. Say Map!
October 07, 2004
And so what if it isn't a real definition? You can't define them.
If my agnostic\athiestic ass worshipped something, it would most definitely be the Grateful Dead. For all you hippie-haters, I say, DAMN YOU. So what if they were stoners and whatnot? They produced some damn good music, and you'd probably agree if you'd actually listen to it.
Thank you, Jerry, for a real good time.
October 03, 2004
1)...enlengthened form of Mom.
2)A woman who constantly bitches at you for random shit you probably didn't do, to achieve her miserble self-fufillment.
1) Kid: "HEY MOM!!"
Mother: "Speak properly, junior. Use 'Mother' instead of 'Mom,' so I can brag to my friends like a cunt what a sophisticated and trained little boy I have.
October 02, 2004
1) Standards Of Learning test. (In Virginia.)
2)Shit outta luck.
1&2) Damn, I haven't payed attention all this year, and I'm SOL (Shit outta luck) on the SOLs (Standards of Learning tests.)
October 02, 2004