The US version's main character on the TV show 'The Office'. He is the boss of Dunder Mifflin Paper Company in Scranton, Pennslyvania. A complete idiot who digs himself deeper into holes. Michael means well (most of the time) but comes off as a narcisisstic jerk, especially to his employees. Believes he is a pro basketball player as well as comedian, which in a sense is, unintentionally. The following words would describe Michael Scott: racist, idiot, hilarious, lazy, anti-feminist and lastly, what an employee dreams of as the worst possible boss.
Michael Scott: Abraham Lincoln once said, "If you are a racist, I will attack you with the North" and those are some of the principles that I live with today.
n. The best movie ever
v. To be the best movie ever
You know what? That movie was almost a Moulin Rouge.
To Ron Burgundy, an inappropriate substance to be drinking in hot weather. It also has a high level of calcium.
Ron: Milk was a bad choice!
The place where Mantooth and his newsteam shop for clothes, according to "the guy who can't think", Brick Tamland.
Brick: Where'd you get those clothes, at The Toilet Store?
The co-main character of the musical/movie/book 'The Phantom of the Opera'. Played most famously by Sarah Brightman and Emmy Rossum in the musical and movie renditions.
Person: Who is Christine Daay-E?
Other person: It's Christine Daae. DIE-AY!!! GET IT RIGHT!
1. To be a whore
2. To be talentless and almost utterly useless to society
3. Aids in keeping the US economy up in tabloid sales
Paris Hilton: I'm amazing and talented.
Note to self: Mark on calendar when this happens.
She sings. She dances. She dies. The 'Sparkling Diamond' of the Moulin Rouge in the movie of the same name played by Nicole Kidman. She is a prostitute who had never fallen in love before until she met Christian, played by Ewan McGregor.
Sometimes I wish I was Satine, but then I remember two minor details: 1. she dies
2. she is a prostitute.