A code word used among the females for their period.
Can also be used for feminine care products, such as pads or tampons.
Amanda: *runs into the bathroom screaming*
Sasha: "Oh she's got her Susan Boyle."
-Amanda comes back from bathroom, looking helpless-
Sasha: "Do you need a Susan Boyle?"
A homely-looking woman who wow-ed Simon Cowell on Britain's Got Talent with her jaw-dropping performance of "I dreamed a dream" from Les Mis
Did you see that Susan Boyle has over 40 million hits on youtube
Voice heard 'round the world.
: Why do you think 100 million people on YouTube/internet viewed Susan Boyle’s audition on Britain's Got Talent?
: Comments from the judges like, “Reeling from shock... Biggest wake-up call ever... A complete privilege... Extraordinary,” demand a bigger, more precise and important question: ‘Why were most of us immediately brought to tears by her performance? - And not tears of sadness or joy, but of relief and amazement’. At the same time scrutiny of the very dark hour our world faces stays mostly quiet - Palestinian babies exploding daily, Pakistan villages smart bombed, Dyncorp and Halliburton sex slave trade scandals, Iraqi torture camps, skyrocketing unemployment, home invasion and seizures by the banksters, food shortages, vaccine induced autism - we are compelled, trained to rush cynically with judgment and insults at the sight of a middle-aged single women with short disorderly hair, frizzy eyebrows and bulky awkward proportions. As certainly as spilled wine will attract pests is as undoubtedly as this dumply shy lady of an inconsequential village would attract rolling eyes and cruel, teasing laughter from the awaiting audience. But Susan stood down the crowd’s predetermined ridicule with a ‘cheeky grin’. She knew better. She had a gift to share. Her secure, ardent, 'smashing' voice hits the microphone and tears stream our faces because we are both relieved...
Noun: An ordinary person. Generic for any average female. Could be anyone. Could be you.
Well, this regular Susan Boyle walked right up on stage, and she rocked it like Mick Jagger!
a half-eaten sausage
a susan boyle is a half-eaten sausage
verb; when one's first judgement is proven completely opposite
Bobby: "Wow, that cake looks like crap... holy god it's good!"
Freddy: "Threw a bit of a Susan Boyle, didn't it?"
The moment of confusion upon facing an individual that appears to be man or woman.
Melanie: "Hey Seth come watch this video! this woman is amazing"
Seth: "Let's see!"
Melanie *plays video of Susan Boyle's audition* "Her voice is so lovely."
Seth: *quite perplexed but continues watching* "Hey Mel is that a man?"
Melanie: *turns up volume* "Shhh! this is the best part"
Seth: *confused* "He's wearing heels? Mel, that's a man right?"
Melanie: "Are you kidding? That's Susan Boyle, she's has a wonderful voice"
Seth: *under his breath* "Damn she is ugly"