Rules that keep objects in line. Be those objects websites, people, or bubbles. Because bubbles
1. Publish celebrity names but reject friends' names.
2. Publish racial and sexual slurs but reject racist and sexist entries. modified
3. Publish opinions.
4. Publish place names.
5. Publish non-slang words. Ignore misspellings and swearing.
6. Publish jokes.
7. Reject sexual violence.
8. Reject nonsense. Be consistent on duplicates.
9. Reject ads for web sites.
10. Publish if it looks plausible.
An omnipotent being that watches over negros "in da hood."
If normal society refers to a Canine lupus familiaris as "dog," and the reverse of a Canine lupus familiaris is the way we spell our Lord, surely our African American friends, who call a Canine lupus familiaris a "dawg," worship a Gwad?
Just food for thought.
What Urbandictionary.com is.
This works, unlike other words, because cool is eternal.
Urbandictionary.com is cool.
One who sings about being unique, and "not putting on makeup" because "that's not who they want to be" ... and yet while they sing this, they are wearing lipstick, have about 30 bracelets, a necklace, and highlighted hair.
Don't give me wrong... I'm all for this "inner beauty
" crap, or decorating your person with makeup and the like... but making it seem like appearance means nothing while you've modified your appearance? C'mon.
See Hope Partlow
Such a nice voice, too. Shame to waste it on crap she thinks the public wants to hear.
Google her name and click the "official website" for more details.
is one who commits said act of spamming
, or sending spam.
Now has been elaborated into anything annoying that you didn't want to recieve. Especially advertisements
As defined by dictionary.com:
2.Belief that does not rest on logical proof or material evidence.
"We may define "faith" as the firm belief in something for which there is no evidence. Where there is evidence, no one speaks of "faith." We do not speak of faith that two and two are four or that the earth is round. We only speak of faith when we wish to substitute emotion for evidence. The substitution of emotion for evidence is apt to lead to strife, since different groups, substitute different emotions."
— Bertrand Russell (1872-1970)
Brief glance in their general direction, be it due to a distraction they caused (that you don't find important), they're just somebody in the way of what you're searching, or they irritate you and you flash them a look of disgust.
Doing a once over on a criminal is not enough to get a detailed description to a police detective.
You're in a crowded hallway. You're looking for your friend. You look to your left, than to your right. There's no sign of him/her. That's a once-over.
"So, did you get a good look at the criminal?"
"Well, not really. I mean... he was ... male. And... erm... flat chested."
"That's the best you can do? Reports of other victims say you glanced in the his direction before he had his mask on."
"I just did a once over, man!"
"... A what?"
So now I put it on UD. Now I can tell the next person who asks, to look it up.