A wireless phone company (also landlines and internet) with pretty bomb commercials. Not sure if their service is any good.
(I forgot her name so we'll just call her Jen)
Jen: (on the phone) hey mom, i'm in Las Vegas with (boyfriend)
Mom: Okay, just promise me you won't come home married.
Mom: Jen? (looks around) Listen to me, Jen; don't make the same mistake I did.
(girl comes downstairs)
Beth: wu? (what's up)
Mom: Your cell phone bill is what's up. All these text messages.
Beth: omg, inbd. (oh my gosh, it's no big deal)
Mom: It is a big deal. Who have you been texting 300 times a day?
Beth: idk, my bff Jill? (i don't know, my best friend forever Jill)
Mom: Well tell your bff Jill that I'm taking away your phone.
Beth: tisnf! (that is so not fair)
(girl puts phone in mother's hand and goes upstairs)
Mom: Me paying this bill, that's what's...s...nf.
A song originally written by Don Henley (former lead singer of The Eagles) in 1984, lead track and first single of the album Building the Perfect Beast. Remade by The Ataris in 2003 from their album So Long, Astoria. The song is about a summer love and remembering it. May also be about growing up; from youth to adulthood.
The Ataris made a few very slight modifications to the song. Their version has a faster beat and they changed the lyric "Out on the road today I saw a Deadhead sticker on a Cadillac" to "...Black Flag sticker..." which refers to a another band.
"I can tell you my love for you will still be strong, after the boys of summer have gone" -Don Henley, The Boys of Summer
no opinions in this definition. listen to the songs and decide for yourself whether or not they're good.