|1.||Thanks for clarifying|
Response from office worker after manager has explained a simple procedure for the 8th time, the last time using graphic displays out of desperation because said worker must be mentally incapacitated to have not understood what was required on the first try.
(upon 8th explanation of simple procedure)
Anita (employee): Thanks for clarifying
Michelle (boss) : Oy. The dreaded "thank you for clarifying," defined as explaining something for the 100th time when you should have understood it the first time. How do you even get yourself dressed in the morning? (and then out loud I said: You're welcome. )
A form of clarifying, where the clarification is originally clear, yet out of spite, a response is given of bitter origins. This is also due to the lack of actual knowledge of knowing how to actually spell 'clarifying'.
Thanks for clarifing. That makes sense to me. Debrah (Name actually spelled Deborah).
|3.||on the smack|
A very dumb and spontaneous exclamation clarifying the time, usually occurs when good slang is on the tip of one's toungue but cannot be thought of correctly.
Jake: "Well, it's 3:30 on the smack..."
Gabe: "you mean to tell me?"
Someone who is afraid or offended by so-deemed "homophobes." First, let me state that "homophobe" actually means "fear of sameness," but of course, stupid people have corrupted its meaning. A more accurate word would be "homophiliphobe" but we can't expect any intelligence in this debate anyway.
Now, a lot of people throwing around the term "homophobe" are morons and ignorant in and of themselves. Please read this "definition" of homophobia:
"Someone who dislikes gay people for no apparent reason, except that they are true to what they are. Most homophobes are uneducated and have probably never met anyone gay. They are bigoted, which automatically means they are unpleasant people."
Right, that's not ignorant at all, since it's been scientifically proven that all homosexuals are "true to who they are," where as straight people (aka the devil) are not. Thanks for clarifying that.
In short, though there are some people who have extremely and inexplicably ignorant views of homosexuals, the opposite is also true.
People fucking whine too much.
A term used by homosexual members of a Jewish Country Club aka "Powerhouse of Excellence" fraternity at the University of Florida. By using this term, you are clarifying for everyone that you are truly a homo and enjoy getting tube steak rammed into your anus where it can gape open. After boomshay and hairies was taken away from this fraternity, Awa Waza became the new term used and has taken it by storm.
"Hello fellow brother, my name is Larry Bernstein, Awa Waza."
"Wow Larry you are truly a faggot."
SOUTHERN PREPPY. IN 3 PARTS.more...
Part 1: Lifestyle
Part 2: Clothes style
Part 3: What we can expect
Introduction: 1st and foremost, I am NOT a prep and am opposed to all preps, whatever their form -- wannabe, Southern, NE, hardcore... I am clarifying the definition of Southern preps that are mentioned and excluded here. I fully intend to bash the preppiness of the society I have been forced to...reside in? ...suffer through?
Part 1: Lifestyle
Preps in the south -- Georgia, mainly -- are all about family, wealth, parties, and themselves. The *family* does everything together -- the Catholic percentage goes to church regularly, together, to feign their holy togetherness. The nonreligious faction hosts and attends weekly to monthly family parties, at which the youngest of the members run around, eat, drink, and act cute for the parents, while the preteens try to emulate the teens -- in *maturity* -- and the teens sit around and drink/chat daintily: hot topics of conversation include their future fraternities/sororities, their daily preppy adventures, what parties they are going to soon, and how much they love life, and what "toys" they want (ie CDs, clothes, bags, electronics, cars). They love gossip, and revel in it, especially comparing their wealth to others'. At such gatherings, preppy parents discuss upcoming sports/social events, gush over their kids' awards, their high-paying jobs, which usually include working as a doctor, Delta employee, or some office posit...
Verbal method of denoting a closing parenthesis, whether reading aloud from a printed source or simply clarifying the punctuation of your own thoughts.
The sentence "The box weighs 2 kilograms (4.4 pounds)" may be read as:
"The box weights 2 kilograms, y' know, 4.4 pounds, n' stuff."