Awesome console for 50 bucks used. Gamecube is only 30 bucks, so you could buy a gamecube, ps2, and around 3 good games for about 100 dollars
unfortunately xbox was discontinued because Microsoft doesn't care about low budget people like us who refuse to buy overpriced consoles until they are reasonably priced (think under $75 for console and $15 at most for a good game)
Tom: I got a ps3 for only 300 bucks!!!!
Bill: I can buy 6 ps2's or 10 gamecubes for that. Or a ps2 for the same price of a decent ps3 game.
Tom: well.... I got Internet, online play, blu Ray, a hardrive, and other stuff!
Bill: I believe ps2 has some online play, I have better Internet on my old laptop, I can wait for games to load because I have a laptop, and the only thing you have is blu Ray. Totally 6x the price of a ps2 and 10x more than gamecube. I think I'll buy god of war for 10 bucks now while you pay 50 for god of war 3
|30.||Facebook Official Front Page (FBOFP)|
When you want to be Facebook Official (FBO) and you are sincerely in love with them and want the world of Facebook to know. Facebook Official Front Page aka FBOFP means you are wifed up
They have been dating for 3 years and he doesn't even cheat on her, no wonder they are Facebook Official Front Page (FBOFP). I bet they get married soon!
Dead Page: Pages in a textbook in which there are no pictures, examples, or figures to take away from the pure, concentrated reading grind. Usually used in context with lots of sighs and long note taking assignments for school.
Student: Dude, did you finish the note assignment last night for AP Euro?
Dude: Yeah, and it took like 3 hours. There were at least 3 dead pages.
verb. 1, The act of breaking down a page into "components" in order to have smaller, more manageable chunks of data for the web. 2, the act of breaking a page into components for a web content management system in order to treat them as reusable objects.
1) This web page needs to be componentized. it's one big block of text and as it stands I can't isolate the table in order to reuse it elsewhere.
January 12, 2011 Urban Word of the Day
when someone goes straight down your Facebook page and likes everything. including wallposts, comments, statuses, etc.
usually it's a close friend of yours, or someone who's bored to death.
Al: I straight liked Amanda's Facebook page like 3 times she's pissed.
Sonia: That's hilarious I always do that to one of my co-workers when I'm bored.
Spoiling the Mass Effect 3 ending so bad you have to stop playing the game and having to go play something else. All cause of some idiot fan-boy that didn't like the ending. And that's all you keep talking about on your blog,twitter,Facebook page and you won't shut up! about it.
Sheppard dies at the ending of mass Effect 3 IF you didn't know that already OOPS! sorry I spoiled the ending I am mad at Bioware and I am filing a complaint with the FCC. Cause I am a complete loser and I have way to much time on my hands.
* Spelling represents a combination of Quick and Skimmer
Part of speech:
- Definition: To flip through pages in a book or scroll down a list.
- Frequency of use: High
- Definition: Quick or Summary.
- Frequency of use: Medium
- Definition: The quick or summary version, usually of a story.
- Frequency of use: Low
Ex 1 -
Most commonly used as a verb:
"Jackson missed a few classes last week, so he was anxious to quimmer someone's notes before the exam."
Ex 2 -
As a continuous form of the verb phrase:
"Jackson was quimmering through his classmate's notes before the exam so he could could get one more good look at the study material."
Ex 3 -
Being used as a command:
"Quimmer it." (...said Jackson's classmate as she handed him her notes before the exam.)
Ex 4 -
As an adjective:
Jackson had just enough time to read through the quimmer version of the notes before the exam.
Ex 5 -
As a noun:
Jackson should have read the quimmer his classmates put together after school last week. (Background story: he was at the parking lot across the street doing donuts.)