Driving through several consecutive stoptional
intersections on a street in South Philly
. Because the majority of South Philly's intersections are four-way stops, and intersections are so close to one another, you don't ever drive fast between the stop signs, but you don't really stop at the signs either -- you just slide right through them.
I drove from Gray's Ferry to Pennsport the other night, but I wanted to grab a hoagie
on the way, so I did the South Philly Slide down Dickinson.
- "Hey, where'd Moose go?"
- "I don't know."
Onomatopoetic sound effect that a TiVo
makes when rewinding, fast fowarding, or making a selection from one of its menus.
"Ugh, not that G Love Coke Zero commercial again. It only airs, like, every three minutes."
*bdoop bdoop bdoop*
What a sports fan does when their two most hated rival
s face each other, especially in a championship match. Since rooting for either team would be sacrosanct
, the only possible positive outcome would be for a meteor to land and simultaneously obliterate both rivals.
Fan 1: "I'm not even watching the World Series this year. You?"
Fan 2: "Yeah, I'll be watching. I'm rooting for the meteor."
A set of objects that, when purchased for a woman, can be used to win back her heart. Not to be confused with cankles
Alternatively, an example of how to introduce somewhat vulgar dialogue in front of a national audience without incurring the wrath of the FCC
. See also skeet skeet
THe Drew Carey Show, 'Bus-Ted', 1999:
Nigel Wick: "I may be from England, but certain things are universal. If you want to win a woman back, first take her out for a nice skirling. Then, buy her a set of cankles and gunt. Then finish off the evening with a nice, sweet bobbin."
Drew Carey: "You're making those words up, aren't you sir?"
and Nine Stories' famous single. It is widely known, easily sung, and catchy enough to overpower any earworm
s currently lodged in your brain.
However, unlike most popular songs that become earworms, Stay doesn't have a chorus
. As a result, most people don't know all the lyrics
. They'll wind up singing two or four lines that they do remember, often in the wrong order, and then get quickly tired of singing it.
Hence, Stay is the ultimate earworm cure.
And you say, "Stay."
And you say I only hear what I want to...So.