A nickname given to a president (or any other senior authority figure) who is clearly incompetent and completely ill-suited to his position of power but still manages to maintain at least some form of likability factor.
This expression became popular during the early years of the George W. Bush administration.
All hail President Chimp! He may be incompetent but he sure does make us smile! Haha! Did you hear what he just said?
Used primarily to advise someone against a course of action that may result in an unpleasing outcome either for themselves or others around them.
You’re playing with fire here. don’t blame me if you get hurt
A Wiccan expression that carries the equivalent meaning to one of the following phrases: “Take care”, “God bless you” or “Good grief!”.
May also used in a similar context to “goodbye” and less commonly as “hello”.
Blessed be until we meet again.
A sarcastic way of responding to - or interrupting – someone who is busy telling you about their master plan and all the unrealistically fantastic things they think will happen to them. By using this expression you are suggesting the only place their desired outcome is likely to happen is in their dreams.
Daniels: One day I’ll be mayor of this city!
Smith: In your dreams! Who would vote for you?
An abbreviation used to covertly refer to Manic Depressive Disorder (Bipolar) or Major Depressive Disorder (Unipolar). Simply referring to it as M.D.D. helps avoid random strangers eavesdropping and thinking you’re nuts.
My M.D.D. is playing up again. That’s why you haven’t seen much of me recently.
The last thing you do before going to sleep at night. This may mean consuming a glass of red wine, taking sleeping tablets, reading in bed, making out with a loved one, or anything at all if you believe it will help you sleep.
Vince: Is that your late night remedy?
Tara: Actually I usually have a mug of hot chocolate with marshmallows
Doing something extremely stupid or reckless usually for the amusement of others or for the thrill of doing something daring. Often occurs as a result of peer pressure.
The expression originates from the urban myth(?) of someone dancing on the railroad tracks and paying for the foolish mistake with their life.
Dana: Look at Jimmy. He’s dancing on the rails again
Bill: What an idiot! He’ll get hurt if he doesn’t stop it!