|1.||it ain't that kinda night|
Any sort of situation in which you do not wish to include someone or partake in something after someone brings it up.
Chad: So dudes and dudettes, we were thinking about hitting up some movies tonight. You down?
Amber: Oh my god yes! Can I bring my friend Emily? She has NOTHING to do tonight.
Chad: I dunno Amber. It ain't that kinda night.
|2.||It ain't that kind of party.|
Used to tell someone you're not going to do something.
Person A: "Hey, I'm going out to eat. Wanna come?"
Person B: "Sure, why not?"
Person A: "Alright."
Person B: "Um, could you buy my food?"
Person A: "...it ain't that kind of party."
A 'singer', which in Disney definitions, is someone who has a television show, hosts award shows, has concerts and movies, and multiple CDs, but has no talent in singing, dancing or acting whatsoever.more...
Her real name is Destiny Hope Cyrus. Her father is Billy Ray Cyrus (never a huge hit among people, either). Her sister is Noah Cyrus and is getting a bunch of attention (like Ponyo) because she is a whore's sister. Yay, Noah. God, I hate her just because of her attention.
She's kind of a ho. Not a bunch, but admit it, she's not clean. Her newest song, "Party in the USA", is about living it up in the city of *he hem* "Sex" and "dance clubs which play Miley Cyrus's music". Which fantasy club is Miley Cyrus attending? Plus, her dance at the Nick Choice Awards weren't exactly sex-free either, although she obviously thought otherwise: "I thank Jesus for all mah ho like dance moves. Let's all pray to Jesus, ya'll, even though ya'll ...
A severe problem, situation or, to put it simply, trouble. Trouble so worse, that there's not enough words or letters to explain what happened or what will happen. Also means to get into some dangerous mischief as well.
Troy: Did you hear about Marcus? Dude got framed for killing someone's family and now he's serving life in prison for nothing!
Chris: Damn....he's in some deep scrabble right now.
Michael: Oh shit! Come quick! The toilet's backed up and someone broke an expensive vase in the back!
Lewis: WHAT!? My parents are coming back in 15 more minutes and if they found out I threw a big house party here, I'll be in some big scrabble!!
Guy #1: So, little guy, what kind of scrabble did you get yourself into this time?
Guy #2: We gave teachers brownies laced with ex-lax on teacher's appreciation day, and......wait, what are you talking about "scrabble" for? That's just a board game!
Guy #1: Not anymore it ain't.
Guy #2:......you are weird.
The Germans have adopted a huge number of (American) English words and phrase since the end of WW II. So far, so good.more...
But, as the Germans were kind of exorcized of being German, they felt more "cool" to replace German phrase with (American) English ones, and that translated literally. Hence, denglish isn't necessarily the pure absorbtion of (American) English.
E.g., the "translation" of "to make sense" (Sinn machen), which, in German comprehension, doesn't make sense, as nothing can "make" sense rather than to "have" sense (Sinn haben, sinnvoll sein).
Another example is "at the end of the day" (am Ende des Tages), actually meaning "finally", but literally translated into German means the end of the business day. Many Germans use expressions like that without thinking it over.
Another definition of denglish is, of course, influenced by advertising companies, who created slogans like "Come in and find out" (for a perfumery) which suggests to escape from the shop like from a maze. "Powered by emotion" (for a TV channel) is another curious example, because many people took that as "Kraft durch Freude", which was a nazi slogan for their recreation tours organized by the nazi party.
A third and most annoying meaning is the "creation" of english-sounding words which don't exist, at least with that meaning, in English. Primarily, the Germans say "handy" for their cell phones / mobile phones. Just because it sounds so "kool" and because it ain't German.
Where one party offers another party monetary benefit and/or in-kind benefit and/or free services and/or to fix and rehabilitate a decaying asset that the other party owns or is involved with and is flat-out rejected by that other party for no rational reason whatsoever.
1. The state of Michigan offers the city of Detroit (which also happens to be in and a part of the state of Michigan) millions in annual funding to renovate and operate the city's dilapidated, dying, former jewel of a public park and the city council refuses to allow the state of Michigan to do so. The state of Michigan has been "Belle Isled".
2. A guy offers to fix up his girlfriend's apartment and pay for the entire project himself. His Girlfriend responds with: "I ain't going to let you fix up my apartment. It's my apartment". That guy has been "Belle Isled" by his girlfriend.
Probably one of the most beautiful country in the world. There are here so many different type of landscapes, weathers, people, accents (even different french languages), cultures for a country of that side. French people are smart, open-minded, tolerant with everyone, and peaceful. They have no hate against any other country in the world (maybe a little bit against Great britain but, damn, I don't know why).more...
I'm french but I spent part of my life living in Boston then Milwaukee and I can tell you for sure a lot of real things about french people (then u'll probably forget all your prejudices...) cause I've seen so many wrong things in this dictionary about them:
(sorry for the order)
- French people are NOT dirty or dumb or anything you can think they are;
- They don't have anything against the USA, they just think (I do too) that Bush is a dumbass, and so is your political system... (u guys can really have smthg better...)
- chicks are hotter here (and they aren't fake or plastic, they don't act and walk or dress like sluts);
- guy's ain't machos (go to spain...) and they know how to live, how to party and get drunk (we don't only have Miller Lite or Bud to get drunk...),
- U can go to bars, clubs, buy liquors or cigarettes at any age (even 15...), and you never have to show your id cause there's no age limit for anything
- Booze's cheap here (and u can have an open bottle in your car...)
- French people know how to dress (we don't all wear the same Abercr...