An economically depressed section of Los Angeles, home to two kinds of people: (1) current USC students (2) UCLA graduates.
I decided to go to UCLA over USC because I thought to myself, who would ever want to go to school in the slums of LA? Unfortunately, being a graduate of UCLA and unemployed, I had no choice but to move to South Central once I graduated. Penny wise, pound foolish as the saying goes.
The sounds that Miss Piggy makes when Kermit mounts her.
Oh Kermie, I love you. GRONK!
A corruption of "ucla", due to a heavy east asian accent. This pronunciation is used commonly in the local dialect of Westwood, where over 40% of students at said institution are in fact of east asian ancestry.
We should probably put "Fucra" on our shirts so that they understand what we are talking about.
See also: University of Caucasians Lost Amongst Asians
A wonderful school located in Southern California training some of the finest grocery baggers, waiters, and office clerks this city has to offer. Where would the service industry be without UCLA's generous contribution of unskilled laborers?
My maid went to UCLA.
1) An unemployed person
2) One who drive a Kia
3) Someone who stopped caring about football following 5 consecutive defeats versus USC.
4) Victim of intense and crippling inferiority complex relative to crosstown rival's academic and athletic successes
5) Receipient of welfare
Note alternate pronunciation: fUCLA
My maid is a bruin.