Someone who is a bit shy, but underneath is a very passionate person. Someone who is sexy, smart, soothing, gorgeous, and selfless inside and out. Is such a committed friend, and is loyal. She`s the type of person that clings on and never lets go, but in a really good way. Such a down to earth, effervescent, and cool person to talk to. Once your friends with this person or fall in love with this person, it`s for life.
Today I saw Briah smile, and it was the most BEAUTIFUL thing I have ever seen in my entire life.
A sea creature living in the St Lawrence River, generally seen in the Thousand Islands. Briah pronounced bE-rye-Ah
has been spotted many times in Heathers Point bay and around Stoven Island. It is rumoured that when winter comes Briah migrates up the St. Lawrence to the Montreal area.
OMG was that BRIAH!?
yay it's summer BRIAHs BAK
Contrary to popular belief, the Briah infact, does not reside in the St. Lawrence River. Rather, it can be found in any number of woods in the 1000 Islands region. If you come across this creature, you may at first mistake it for a human being... this is not the case. The Briah is one of the most complex and potentially dangerous creatures on the planet. Though it is hard to come by (as it is an endangered species) there are many recognizable mating calls that one should be aware and alert of, when traveling through the Brockville region. The following is a list of mating calls to be weary of: da-da-da-doodle, slinnnnnnkin butthead, janistinosterros, etc. If at any time you hear one of these mating calls, or worse, come face-to-face with a Briah; run DIRECTLY at the Briah with anger in your eyes whilst chanting, "you will never date again". This will surely send it into retreat, but as a precaution, it is suggested you do not travel with traces of peanut butter on you.
"DAAAAA-DAAA-DAAA-DOOODLE" - The Briah
"Shit, I thought I told you to wash the peanut butter off your hands before we took the path. FUCK!" - Terrified Traveller