Womens idea of a somewhat long time.
her: "I'll always wait for you!"
him: "Sweet. I'll be outa here in about 10 years."
other him: "So... your place, or mine?"
her: "yours, mine needs... cleaning"
I word that was given true meaning by JK Rowling in the legendary book Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
'After all this time Severus?'
A powerful and useful word. A word that can potentially be wrong, but not all the time.
A word that can easily confuse people because how it's defined.
a.)A vague and sarcastic response used to neutralize any statement that can be interpreted as sarcastically-attacking or passive aggressive regarding either you or what you represent.
b.)A useful response to questions or statements when the answer is yes or no. It works two-fold as an enhanced replacement for yes or an incredibly sarcastic replacement for no.
c.)A great way to take a compliment
a.) (1)Mary: Whoa, you look like you just woke up next two busted condoms and a guy with a mullet
(2)Brian: Matt, doing whippets the night before finals is a fucking GREAT idea.
b.) (1)-Are you hungry at all?
(2)Todd:Adam, what's the deal with your mom?
Todd:Yeah, Is she available?
Adam:yeah~always....Fuck you guys, I'm going to home.
c.) (1)Porscha: Wow, that thing's Enormous.
a fucking long time, sometimes for all eternity
I will love you always
Implying huge emotional value.
This word is forever changed because of Harry Potter and The Hunger Games.
"After all this tme?" Dumbledore
"Stay with me?" Katniss
Hunger Games Harry Potter Peeta Mellark Severus Snape Lily Evans Katniss Everdeen
The depressed Persian tow-truck man's favorite line.
"It gets bad, then it gets worse, then it gets worse, then i fall 100,000 feet onto pile of razors, and i ask ""Why god?"" and he pours lemon juice on me. Always." - dpressed Persian tow-truck man.