To get tricked into arguing.
Refers to a Russian TV political pundit named Igor Kravchenko. He would always argue incessantly with his guests, even when they are in agreement with him. His guests often come on the show intending to express a fairly benign view, but Kravchenko always manages to pull them into an argument.
translated from Russian:
Guest: Education is one of the key building block of our future.
Kravchenko: Oh really? Then what about the construction workers that don't have an education? Are you implying they don't have a future? Are you saying that the only way you can be a part of the Russian future is to get educated.
Guest: Well, no, I'm just saying education is important.
Kravchenko: How important is it? Are we going to look down on those that don't have an education? Are we going to treat them as lesser people?
Guest: I just think Russia would be better off if we had a better education system.
Kravchenko: Ah, so you admit it. You look down on the uneducated people in our fine country. You see them and believe they would be better as academics.
Guest: I suppose it would be better if we had more academics in the country.
Kravchenko: WHAT????????????? You're a prejudicial pig.
LOL he's getting Kravchenko'd
Professor of Organic Chemistry at University of Illinois at Chicago
Author of several critically acclaimed books about the relationship between organic chemistry and marriage.
He is an outspoken advocate of the "Science is Life" movement, whose proponents advocate using "rudimentary scientific principles" as metaphorical guides on how to live life.
One of the things that Neil Miranda talks about in his books is the idea that divorce is normal. He bases this assertion off of the idea that in organic chemistry, carbon will break bonds with substituents all the time in order to form stronger ones with different subsituents.
an excerpt from one of his Organic Chemistry Lectures (Found on his website)
"Sn1 reactions are like a divorce. The water will break off, and the more reactive chlorine will take its place"
Any statement which compares the number of men attending an event to the amount of women attending an event.
Peter North: Yo, what's the ratio gonna be like?
Ron Jeremy: I don't know. I think it's mostly going to be women.
Peter North: Sweet! I'm going to fuck all of them.
Ron Jeremy: No! I will fuck them all!
Peter North: There's only one way to settle this! Cockfight
spelled Cyka in russian.
The only word that most Americans know in Russian. Usually taught to them by Russians who like to indulge their American friends' requests to "learn some Russian"
Translates to "bitch".
Not to be confused with "Sukot", the Jewish holiday, or the tent related to the event, a "suka".
"Suka blat! On ukral ot menya sto baksov!"
(Bitch fuck! He stole 100 bucks from me!)
The condition some people get when the person whom they are chatting to online does not respond for an extended period of time.
People with NRS will believe that the reason the person they are chatting to has not responded is because they were offended a statement the NRS-victim said.
It is most commonly cured by a response from the person that wasn't responding before.
Sometimes it can elevate to hole-digging, when the NRS-victim feels they've REALLY screwed up.
This hole-digging in turn can lead to more NRS. This cycle can eventually lead to dementia.
Typical case of No-response Syndrome
JaneDoe: My boobs aren't too big, right?
JohnDoe: Haha yeah, your boobs are the biggest I've seen in a while?
/no response from JaneDoe/
*thinks to himself* Oh god! Did I offend her? Did she realize I was being sarcastic? What if she didn't? Is she going to hate me for saying her boobs are too big? I've been really wanting to get with her, but if she gets angry, I'll have no chance. Maybe I should say something to show I'm kidding.
JohnDoe: I was kidding, you know. Your boobs aren't that big. In fact, they're some of the smaller ones I've seen.
/no response from JaneDoe/
Well-known internationally acclaimed math professor who teaches at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is a master of Riemann Sums.
It's a Riemann Sum
Melvin Heard will teach you
the Riemann Sum...
Bloodlines is popular application for Facebook.
It's a game where you take on the role of a recently turned vampire.
The only way to progress through the game, generally, is to have lots of "clan members". Most often, your clan members are people you don't really know in real life, but you friend on facebook anyway for the sake of advancing in the game (you have to friend someone on facebook for them to join your clan).
There is also a system of "favors" that are given by the "mysterious cabal". Favors can be earned through achievements (such as growing your clan to a certain number of people);
Doing long, boring, and sometimes expensive sponsorship offers, or buying them straight out for a considerable sum of money.
Its players span many countries, and age groups, all of whom are hopelessly addicted to the game.
Raze: DUDE! I got a werewolf bloodslave!
Yazva: That's nothing! I got 2 of 'em!
Raze: Bloodlines is awesome!