Santy is a dude from kansas that is very sexy.
Damn Santy how you get so sexy !!
The most boringest state EVER!!! I should know because I live there! But when it comes to basketball, that's when we kick ass!!! :P We HATE Mizzou with a passion and don't give a rat's ass cuz we have a beast mascot, the jayhawk. The jayhawk is a magical bird who is all over downtown Lawrence. If you are REALLY FROM KANSAS, YOU WOULD KNOW THIS ALREADY AND SHOULDN'T HAVE TO LOOK IT UP!!! :3
Person 1: Are you from Kansas?
Kansan: Hell Yeah! Rock-Chalk-Jayhawk-KU al the way baby!
Person 1:Is it very fun there?
Kansan: Hell NO! Unless it's basket ball season, then you can have some fun!
Person 1:Ok! I'm coming during March Madness!
The 34th state admitted into the United States of America. Known for wheat, brilliant skies, and flat lands. Contrary to popular belief, people who live in Kansas do receive power, internet, and water.more...
Kansas is the home of the University of Kansas, arguably one of the best, well-known teams in the NCAA.
Person 1) Where do you live?
Person 2) Kansas.
Person 1) Really? I heard that the Jayhawks there are really good at basketball.
Person 2) Damn right.
Emporia was founded in February 1857, drawing its name from ancient Carthaginian Africa.
Emporia is particularly known for its newspaper, the Emporia Gazette, published in the first half of the 20th century by the legendary newspaperman William Allen White. The paper became the widely perceived model of excellence in small-town journalism.
In 1953, Emporia was the site of the first Veterans Day observance in the United States.
Emporia is located at 38°24′29″N, 96°11′13″W (38.408148, -96.187054) 6 in east-central Kansas. The Flinthills area around this town is a favorite place for the definer of this entry.
Emporia State University was established in 1863 as the state’s first school for training teachers.
1993 President Clinton honors the first 10 inductees to the National Teachers Hall of Fame (NTHF) during a White House Rose Garden Ceremony. ESU is one of the founders of the NTHF.
ESU was named a "top school" in six of its college and university ranking categories...
to be like a person from kansas
to be blown away by tornado, to be Kansistastic!
A person in the Catholic Church who works to destroy the Mass by introducing innovations such as hand-holding and bad translations.
"Lit" comes from liturgy. "-nik" comes from russian. As in "sputnik." It's also been used in words like beatnik, refusenik and no-good-nik. In any case, it is a derogatory term used by Traditional Catholics towards the liberals who have ruined the Church over the past 40 years with their stupid changes to the Mass.
These stupid litniks not only have us holding hands during the Our Father, but now we have to prancing around like a bunch of Kansas City faggots.
a person who gets intoxicated, whether intentionally or not
They had pale beer, and they put alcohol in the bottom. It was hot in the summer, and it was so cold you could see the frost on the outside of the container…It tasted so good and cold, I said wow. They said, 'man, you ready for another,' and I replied, 'yeah.' After about the third one they said when you going to blow. I said I was ready, but when I tried to get up I couldn't get out of the seat. They said, 'man, this cat come up here and got hootied.' So from then on the cats started calling me Hootie."
- Frank Driggs and Chuck Haddix, from "Kansas City Jazz: From Ragtime to Bebop -- A History"
|7.||Reverse Jack Syndrome|
Reverse Jack Syndrome (RJS) is the opposite of the syndrome Robin Williams had in the movie "Jack." His character's affliction caused him to grow physically old while still being young in terms of years - RJS is the reverse of this. A person with RJS is relatively young and young-looking but acts and feels as if he/she is approximately 70 years old. For example, a person with RJS is almost always cold, regardless of temperature (this leads to wearing unfashionable slippers at home); has trouble hearing, thus the TV volume is always very loud; likes food commonly associated with old people, for ex. meatloaf and salisbury steak; has trouble with new technology; has preferences in terms of music, books, and culture in general that are usually linked with old folks; and is generally crabby, with the demeanor of a cranky old person.
"Jimmy, why is it 90 degrees in here? WTF?"
"Its cold in here."
"Ah, must be the Reverse Jack Syndrome acting up again."