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.
1. How long I want to be with you, make believe with you and live in harmony harmony oh love.
2. Song by Erasure
Girlfriend: "How long do you want to be with me, make believe with me and live in harmony?"
Girlfriend: "Did you steal that from Erasure?"