To "hool" up with some one is a clumsy, chaotic way to hook up with some one.
A not so well planned, poorly planned, or a bad one night stand.
Dann wanted to hool up with his ex while she was on a break with her current boyfriend.
A long winded failure. Writing up elaborate plans, then failing to achieve them. Pretending to be a leader, but being miles behind the pack. Often showing great lack of skill in online games such as Lineage 2.
ok , time to stop holding hands and do something with what weve made here.more...
weve had enough time to get to know eachother , work together some and improve our coordination. so heres what im asking and what i need peoples help with. I'm not a leader in enmity, nor trying to be but if the only time any clan can accomplish anything is when leaders force people then our entire success is dependant on how much time our leaders can put into game.
for any clans success it really is dependant on the members to help leadership by making things happen when the leaders can't be around to hold everyones hands.
during our sieges we made 7 groups last week. not bad considering the members weve lost since the merge. what this tells me is that on weekends if we planned something we could potentialy gather 7 groups to work towards a common goal.
what i am asking is that on sunday at 3pm cst/4 pm est we gather , make a siege force with proper pvp groups and take back hellbound for a few hours.
we already know that if we take 2 groups to hellbound Td will gather 3, but whatwe have been doing is just pulling from our active base at any random time and TD pulls from thier active base at same random time. by defualt of being the larger clan TD will always have more that way.
But if we plan for a day and time when we know we can put up our full force we can make pvp happen that will see us winning at the end. Right now I see our clan needs a moral boost after all the drama since...
The bittersweet, passionnate, lusty sex you have with your partner shortly after, whilst, or shortly before breaking up with them. Usually both parties are aware that they're breaking up.
It's too bad she left me, but man, was that some good breakup sex.
1. the person who WAS your husBAND.
2. what you call the father of your children because you feel terribly bad crossing him out ("ex") every time you speak of him in front of the kids.
3. how you snidely introduce your new boyfriend to your ex-husband.
4. the HAS BEEN of a HUSBAND
5. your baby's daddy
"Damn, my wasband tried to hook-up with me again today as I tried to drop off the kids."
"Mike, this is my new lover, Jason. Jason, this is my wasband."
When a guy/girl chooses to break up with their girlfriend/boyfriend while in a crappy fast food restaurant.
This usually occurs after a bad fight when the dump occurs it is customary for the dumper to stand up and shout
You have been McDumped!!!!
Kelly: Did you hear that Sharon was McDumped by John?
Joe: ha serves her right she was a bitch
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Relationship limbo. Something that drama llamas do because they saw it on TV and they want their lives to be more like 'Friends'. Essentially these people model their lives on television programmes and probably think that soap operas are documentaries.more...
'Going on a break' is something that is suggested by one partner or another in a relationship (usually the woman, as most drama llamas are female) because they want to dump you, but don't have a very good reason. They are cowards and attention seekers. They know that when a relationship ends, the dumpee gets far more sympathy than the one that ended it because they basically have the moral high ground, and we all know how much drama llamas hate someone else getting more attention than them. Also, the one who is dumped is more entitled to have a rebound fling, so they try soften the blow by not going for the full break-up. This is an attempt to make themselves feel better about the situation. But in reality it means that if you start seeing someone else you can be painted as the bad guy. If they see someone else it's fine, the relationship ended, get over it. By dangling the prospect of reconciliation in front of you they're prolonging the drama of a break-up, ensuring that you're thinking about them more, and gives them a safety net of knowing they can come back to if they feel like it.
No-one ever went "on a break" before 'Friends'.
similar to "crack wise" from an earlier era, except that where one who cracks wise is at most sarcastic and disrespectful (and may be just funnin' in genuine good humor), one who breaks bad has escalated to being combative, belligerent, or threatening; while not excluded, there need be no humor, attempted humor, or affected humor involved when a person breaks bad, again by contrast to cracking wise.
"Joe was talking shit to Ted, and it actually was kinda funny, but then Ted broke bad and started gettin' up in Joe's face. For a little bit, I thought they were maybe going to really mix it up."
"Don't break bad with me, motherfucker."