Hypothetical place where everyone seems to be fat. Punning on the word "obesity".
Look at this restaurant---seems like we're in OB City!
Any area of Ireland where Irish Gaelic, rather than English, is spoken primarily.
I'd like to go to a gaeltacht and hear Irish Gaelic spoken right from the source.
Perhaps the biggest bit of corporate and public-sector BS ever foisted upon us as middle- and lower-economic class people. Usually indicates that you'll have to endure ten to thirty minutes of bland wallpaper music
or loops of repeated advertisements before a real human voice gets on the phone.
I tried to call my insurance company to find out about their rates for fire insurance, but all I got was "your call is important to us"!
of The Travel Channel who gives us the TV program "Bizarre Foods". He travels all over the world to tell us about delicacies like hakarl (Icelandic rotten shark meat) and Taiwanese fried tea leaves.
With all the strange foods that Andrew Zimmern eats, it's a wonder you don't hear about him prying at the porcelain throne!
The Indonesian word for "monkey". A grave insult when applied to humans!
Monyet! Pantat! Isep kontol gua!
Rock music that really has a great beat and memorable tunes. Pun on The Beatles.
Although there's a lot of s**t out there on CDs and MP3s, you can still find stuff that's beatlicious.
The art of saying tongue twisters:
1)Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers;
3)Unique New York;
4)The sixth sheik's sixth sheep's sick;
5)Rubber baby buggy bumpers;
6)Five flatulent flutists flew over fields of flowers;
7)Baqaqi mqaqe tskhalshi qiqinebs (This is Georgian for "a frog is croaking in the still water". A common tongue twister foisted upon tourists in the Georgian Republic).
Let's try some blabbation. Nelson, you start...