|1.||22 Minute Hate|
1. Half hour program, less commercials, devoted to sewing and cultivating political outrage, e.g as common on talk radio.
Derived from the Two Minute Hate in George Orwell's 1984.
2. Fox News.
A: My roommate just got cable and I saw Fox News for the first time...no wonder politics has gotten so rabid....
B: Yeah, since Obama won it's been wall-to-wall 22 Minute Hate.
|2.||"Turn on the hate"|
This is a request to have the car radio tuned to the local conservative AM radio for the latest traffic and weather conditions. Usually asked two-minutes before the those reports are schedule to be announced, ex: at 7:48am for the 7:50am update. One must listen to two minutes of bile spouted by the conservative show-hosts while you wait for the useful information. Inspired by the "Two-Minute Hate" described by Orwell in "1984".
"Turn on the hate", looks like traffic is slowing down up ahead.
hate it high pitched voice
Person one: I have to go to the bathroom, but the movie starts in 1 minute.
Person two: Hihpv
1. Typically with lower-case initials, one's older sibling of the male sex.more...
2. Figurehead of the totalitarian government of the superstate of Oceania in George Orwell's final and most famous novel, 1984. Not an "actual" person in the world of the novel, rather a generic middle-aged male face staring out of countless posters, telescreens and so on. The accompanying legend reminds anyone present, "Big Brother is Watching You." Projects an image of the government as omnipresent, omniscient, and allegedly benign. Shortened to an affectionate "B.B." in the novel in colloquial speech, and in the daily ritual of the Two Minute Hate.
3. Figurative description of intrusive government or bureaucracy.
4. At least one television series of the genre known as "reality ...
A compatibility without compromise. Where everything - anything is loved, hated in the same manner by both partners. They love each other the same, they need each other, want each other. Physically, mentally, spiritually. If they can't be together, they would die.
It's when two people can't get enough of each other, can't keep their hands off each other. - When they would do anything to be together, even forgo their currently relationships. Even if it's a boyfriend, husband, fiancé or friendship.
It's a relationship with no limits. A relationship that transcends social norms or understanding. One that will outlast time itself. Both people worship each other, almost blasphemously. Religion, Law, Moral Context, Age... nothing matters to True Lovers. Nothing can stop them.
1: Did you see Sedos and Lynx?
2: They're completely insane, can't stop talking about one another. They get sad if they don't see each other every second of every minute of every day.
1: I know what you mean, they barely speak coherently anymore.
2: It's like they're addicted to each other, and need a daily fix.
3: They're true lovers. That doesn't happen every day.
A person who always calls back immediately after a telephone call with them has ended. Usually done to pronounce a final, dramatic closing statement to the previous conversation, although occasionally merely to add information which had been overlooked previously.
So after she hung up on me, the two-caller was right back on my ass screaming "I hate you!" into the phone!
Sorry to two-call, but I gave you the wrong address a minute ago.
The dumbest game ever invented. A stupid game where really tall primarily black dudes, who have many children with several mothers, shoot a queer orange-colored ball that looks like it has goosebumps into an even stupider round hoop ten feet in the air, to score only two points in a 60-minute contest.
I HATE basketball with a passion and the NBA.