Philosophical method/discipline, typically associated with 20th century Psychology (Husserl) and Existential Philosophy (Heidegger, Sartre, Merleau-Ponty).
One of the aims of Phenomenology is to attempt to describe something (an object, an experience) directly, seperately from its preconceived origins or causal explanations.
Most of our experiences are clouded by preconceptions. By identifying these preconceptions, it was thought that Phenomenology could help us distinguish between what is real and what is appearance.
When we think of 'Time' , we think of clocks, deadlines...etc. However, a child who has not yet formed these preconceptions thinks of 'Time' as an eternal 'now'. The child's perception is phenomenological, it is unclouded by preconceptions.
A lesbian. One who flicks her lover's 'bean' (clitoris). A woman who drinks from the furry cup...etc
"I hear that Ellen DeGeneres likes to wear comfortable shoes. Do you think she's a rug-muncher."
"Dude, she's a full blown beanflicker alright. Bitch wears dungarees ffs!"
A word, often used by xenophobic, conservative Brits, to describe the type of trashy, uncultured, pig-latin mumbling, shit-guzzling f**kwits who reside on the far side of the Channel Tunnel.
"The United Nations is a retrogressive organization, run by the type of euroscum that would shit in your airing cupboard if you let them!" - Tony Blair
Abbreviated rhyming-slang for 'Arse' ('Ass'), spoken by nauseating, self-important, east-London Cockney tossers.
Aris = Aristotle
Aristotle = Bottle
Bottle & Glass = Arse
nb: The words "Glass" and "Arse" ryhme when spoken in an annoying Cockney accent.
"Cor blimey guvnor, i fell right down the ol' apples & pears and landed on me aris, chim chimmeny!