"Boston Qualifier"--a marathon finish time fast enough to qualify for entrance into the Boston Marathon (for example, faster than 3 hours 45 minutes for women aged 35-39).
I spent ten minutes in the Port-a-Potty that morning, blowing my shot at a BQ.
|2.||Kingston Pub Crawl|
A Kingston Pub Crawl is when a group of travelers (min. 3 people) turn a standard pit stop into a impromptu pub crawl. The group must visit a minimum of 3 locations that serve alcohol, having at least 1 drink at each location, while getting back on the road within approx. 30-45 minutes. Typical locations to visit during a Kingston Pub Crawl are Pizza Hut, Applebees, and Chilli's. In Canada Boston Pizza and Swiss Chalet would qualify. A Kingston Pub Crawl (aka. a KPC) can happen on a sight seeing tour, on a bus carrying a baseball team, or on a road trip with friends.
A team bus full of baseball playing idiots stopped midway through their road trip for food. Having only 30 minutes to get food and be back at the bus the three determined and ambitions members of the team attempted a Kingston Pub Crawl. Starting at Boston Pizza the three had Jager Bombs. Next they ventured to Swiss Chalet for Tequila. To finish, the fellas traveled across the street to Pizza Hut to enjoy shots of Sambuca. They did all this in time for the bus to leave - thus meeting all stipulations of a Kingston Pub Crawl.
Ahh Connecticut. Us Connecticutians are wealthy, intelligent and "well-bred." Growing up "inside" this state really gives you no view on the world. We don't experience racism for the few non-white people in the local high school were most likely bussed there from the inner city (but it's okay, they got to pick their bus seat). We make up for our few bad neighborhoods with the extensive sections with lush million dollar plus mcmansions. We don't know what it's like to "go-without" and don't intend to. We party at the meadows and don't remember the concert. Dave Matthews concerts in the summer pretty much qualify as state holidays (for the young that is). Taking advantage of the fact that our police do nothing, we ride around in our expensive BMC or Mercedes sedans and complain (illegally) on our cell phones that Daddy didn't buy us the SUV. We pop our collars as animals mark their territory. What is our territory you ask? It's in a good location you see; between Boston and New York.
1:"Hey, you're from Connecticut right?"
1:"So you're rich?"
2:"Why does everyone always think that!?"
1:"Well you are, aren't you?"
Current U.S. Senator from Arizona and running as a Republican for President of the United States. He is a war hero and was a prisoner of war during Vietnam. However, being a war hero does not qualify anyone to be President of the U.S. He is a traitor to the Republican party and masquerades himself as a Conservative by stabbing his party in the back and voting with liberal Democrats on critical Congressional Bills. He has cosponsored many Congressional Bills with very liberal Russ Feingold of Wisconsin (McCain-Feingold) and Edward Kennedy of Massachusettes (McCain-Kennedy). He has numerous times voted against tax cuts and limited Congressional spending. This man will do anything and say anything by relying on voter ignorance to become President of the United States. He can easily criticize his opponents but can't take the criticisim towards himself. He has attacked his Repeblican opponents and calling himself the "most consistent Reagan Conservative." What a joke and a clown. To prove he isn't a Conservative, he was endorced by the New York Times and the Boston Globe. Go figure. Unfortunately his tactics coupled with voter ignorance will probably result in the Republican nomination for President.
He is the epitome of the word REPUBLICRAT, and it's people like him who are what is everything wrong with Washington.
John McCain is masquerading himself as a friend of Republicans and Conservatives but, in reality, is sucking up to the liberals and far left to get elected. He lacks integrity and will NEVER get my vote. He is a clown and should join the circus.
n. cross between "utter" and "blab/blubber/bluster" and such. Meant to convey a sense of poorly chosen words spoken in passion.
Bernie: She said what she heard wouldn't be hearsay. She looked it up. We were arguing, so it would qualify as an excited blutterance.
Alan Shore: Blutterance isn't even a word, much less a defense! You murdered someone over a fake word!
-Alan Shore (James Spader) Boston Legal