|1.||and then I kicked a hobo|
A more lively phrase to be used to ridicule one's self at the end of a poorly told story, instead of "and then I found 20 dollars"
Person 1: "So I was walking down the street and saw Sarah's dog being walked by someone else, and I couldn't figure it out for the life of me"
Person 2: "..."
Person 1: "And then I kicked a hobo...and took his 20 dollars"
|2.||and then I fucked your cousin|
1.A phrase used at the end of a story that had really no point to be told to someone. Often, it is used at the end of a boring story to make it seem more interesting and worthwhile. Alternate versions of this phrase include "and then I found five dollars" and "and then I kicked a hobo", however, this phrase emphasizes how we are all really "cousins" in a universal context, suggesting that it is ok to fuck your cousin.
2. Often used as a true statement.
Max: Everything was great! We were all getting drunk, having a good time... and then I fucked your cousin...
Pedro:Well, at least your sister is now up for grabs...
|3.||...and then I found $5.|
a phrase you would say after telling a "funny" story, but the other person didn't laugh. Makes the story more interesting.
...and then I found $5.
|4.||then i found 5 dollars|
when you tell a bad story, and everyone knows it, say "and then i found 5 dollars" to make people think that it wasnt a shity story.
Me: "so the other day i went bowling"
Me: "i almost bowled a 200!"
Larri: "that was the worst story ever"
Me: "...then i found 5 dollars"
|5.||and then i found 5 dollars|
the phrase said when one realizes that the story they've wanted to tell, actually has no point at all. So instead of feeling embarrassment or having to add in a fake story line. You tag on the phrase..."and then i found five dollars"
Girl: yeah, then the cat licked the dog
Boy: thats cool....
Girl: ....And then i found 5 Dollars!!! it was awesome
Boy: No way!! thats awesome
|6.||And then a hobo walked out, burst into flames, and gave me a free refrigerator with a purchase of five dollars or more|
What you say at the end of a lame story, or during an awkward silence. Can be used instead of "and then I found 20 dollars" or "and that's why you never milk an ostrich"
Alana: So... I was walking yesterday, and I saw a llama. He looked at me, and then he fell asleep. So I went home because I was tired. And then I went to sleep. When I woke up it was 7:00 so I went to school
Alana: And then a hobo walked out, burst into flames, and gave me a free refrigerator with a purchase of five dollars or more
|7.||and then I found five dollars|
When you start off telling a story that you think is extremely interesting, but as you keep talking, you realize it is actually very boring, this phrase can be thrown in at the end of the story to try and make it slightly better.
People always love a good "finding money" story.
Jane: "Oh my God the craziest thing happened to me over the weekend! I was walking down Main St, and I saw that the light ahead was about to change. So I had to run to cross the street and I just made it in time... And then I found five dollars!"