meaning all’s well and then some
I’ll check-out the party and text you either ‘stay away’ or ‘all swell’.
|2.||It's all good|
Platitude that covers so many emotions and situations that it says little; its only real meaning is that the speaker is trying to rise above whatever problem exists, without expressing their underlying negative emotions. (They might be angry, sad, upset, frustrated, hurt, disappointed, etc.) Often used in a passive-aggressive way. Rarely, used compassionately for someone else, trying to make them feel better. A favorite of inarticulate teens; fills in the gaps between: like, dude, dudette, whatever, so, I dunno, hey, etc.
Ariel: "I'm breaking up with you."
Campbell: "Whatever. It's all good."
|3.||all is well|
It's all good, in proper English.
John: Sorry for running over your pet frog with my bicycle, Mary.
Mary: All is well.
|4.||saint andrew's school|
A coeducational private day and boarding school located in Boca Raton, Florida. Most noted for its academic rigor and selectivity in regards to admissions, it is modeled after English public schools. For upperclass Floridians it is a viable alternative to sending their children to boarding school in New England being that the education received at Saint Andrew's is on par with the top prep schools in the nation.
Some Kid: Hey, what school do you go to?
SAS Student: I go to Saint Andrew's School.
Some Kid: Oh, well I'll let you be since my mediocrity is probably offensive to you.
SAS Student: No, that's okay. I have to get used to it since you "average people" will all be working for me someday.
Some Kid: Well then do you want to hang out on Saturday?
SAS Student: No, I have to meet with my tutor and than meet with my private coach and than I am joining one of my schoolmates on his dad's yacht for the evening. Sorry.
|5.||Colonel's Chicken Fun Pack|
When Dane Cook wanted to play a prank, he would go to KFC and order a Colonel's Chicken Fun Pack, which is, of course, not on the menu.
This is where the "prank" part comes in.
You walk in very serius, NOT all "Gigglesfest" and you stand in front of the clerk, contemplate momentarily, or rather, give the illusion of thought in your menu choice, and say, "I'll take the Colonel's Chicken Fun Pack."
If all goes well, the clerk will be left in a state of confusion, questioning his or her manger about the non-existent food item you ordered.
In performing this skit, be prepared for strange looks, and dumb questions.
WHAT YOU WANT TO HAPPEN:
Dane : *walks into KFC* I'll take the, um...Colonel's Chicken Fun Pack.
KFC Employee : Excuse me?
Dane : The Colonel's Chicken Fun Pack.
Employee : Do you mean the laptop pack?
Dane : No.
Emlpoyee : *dumfounded* Was that a limited time offer?!
WHAT YOU DO NOT WANT TO HAPPEN:
Dane : Can I have the Colonel's Chicken Fun Pack?
Employee : That is NOT on the menu.
|6.||A Cumby's Run|
Long has man desired a temporary escape to a place where all is well and the troubles of the world seem to fade away. I am hear to tell you such place exists. This place is known as Cumberland Farms.
A "cumby's run" is the journey one takes to reach this area of divine sactity. It could be through the woods, via the road, or through your own mind.
The proccess usually takes place when the sun has retreated. There are a set of rules to justify this:
1) A Cumby's Run must take place only after 10:00PM
2) A Cumby's Run must be done with one or more person
3) There are no more rules.
"d00d, i feel like absolute shit right now...what should i do?"
"dude, let's just go on a cumby's run and clear your head a little bit, ya know?"
"what kind of stuff do they have at cumby's?"
"that have 1337 whoopie pies and like breakfast sandwhiches and like alot of poonaney avaliable for everyone!!!"
"yo d00d, you wanna go for a cumby's run now?"
"oh, yeah yeah definitely."
|7.||tikiti-boo or tikitiboo|
I was told by a Scot whoo used this word that it meant everything's fine and well. Later search seemed to indicate it came from British occupation of India where it's derived of the same meaning from the native language thought it may not have the happier meaning it has in my experience. Spelling here is phoenetic.
So, how's it going? All's well, just tikiti-boo or tikitiboo!