Those little annoying kids who just are out there to make your life difficult by asking obvious questions.
They also utilize the current stupid joke going around school to the point where it isn't funny anymore; a joke that everyone is saying, like that "Blue Punch Buggy!" thing from Lilo and Stitch.
They wear shirts that say things like "I sold my sister for video games!" hurhurhurhur!!11
They get on MySpace at school and think they rock for having a MySpace.
They question what you are looking at on the computer when they are too stupid to understand it themselves (see example)
For example, say you are carrying a project while riding the school bus. A school kid will ask you in a fake "you're stupid" tone, "Why are you carrying that posterboard?" You respond kindly, "it's my history project," when really you wanted to say, "Um, think about this, moron. We're going to school. In school, we do projects. Ooooh, weird," in a sarcastic tone.
Steph: *watching Para Para dance videos*
David*in a slow condesceding tone*: What are you looking at?
Steph: Dance videos. *turns screen away*
Steph: Why don't you mind your own dang business?
Just a nifty word that means "friends since childhood."
You can find it in that book 'Catcher In the Rye,' By JD Salinger.
They were old buddyroos.
A gentler way of saying "what the F***." You say this becase A)you're around little kids B)it just sounds funnier.
Steph: What the junk did I do with my hat?
When you and some friends poop together at a specific time during the day. You all stink up the bathroom together so you don't have to be ashamed-cause hey, you're all friends there anyway.
Kristin in Art class *checks watch*
Emma in Math class *checks watch*
Steph in English class *checks watch*
Marie in Econmics: *checks watch*
*they congregate in the bathroom and get it done*
Steph: Another sucessful dump-taking, people. yay for the Pooping Friends Network!
A guest on the Maury show, who, after finding out they did not correctly identify the father of their baby, falls to the floor face down.
Maury: Johnathen, you are NOT the father.
Rhonda: NO! *falls to the floor in frusration*
Johnathen: *cheers* YEAH! I'm not the daddy!
Steph at home: Rhonda here is a floor kisser.
The term for that money that floats around in your bag, without a home inside a nice cozy wallet or change purse.
Brooke: *sees the $1 bill in my purse* Steph, you have random money floating around in there.
Those kids who ride around parking lots on their bikes, yelling stuff at cars that pass by or just getting in the way of people driving their cars. Usually prominent on Saturday afternoons, usually about age 13-15.
They ride little tiny bikes that don't fit them, mostly.
Parking Lot Shark: HAY FAT GIRL! Hurrrhurrrhurr. *Laughs with friends*
Steph: Those dang Parking Lot Sharks get more annoying every weekend.