An inappropriate use of "we" wherein the speaker is not actually part of the group. In an instance of the Teacher's "we," "you" should always be used instead.
"Today, class, we're going to be learning about idioms." Except, of course, it's YOU that's going to be doing the learning. Foolz. Not me. And certainly not us.
1. What stupid girls say they are when they realize that they are idiots and want people smarter than them to look bad. 2. A word that is so commonly mispronounced, it's pathetic. Especially by people who don't know that soon I will tear their hearts out and eat them!
I'm a huge dumbass cheerleader slut, and you're having fun while still doing better than me in this class. That must mean I'm more mature than you.
Discrepancy of meaning, where the speaker has several meanings for the phrase according the situation, but he or she only wants the audience to perceive one of it
Very similar to sarcasm
"I was so excited to return to school for final exams after spring break"
Suffix (Specifically pronounced "If-eye") which can be added most common dictionary words. Addition of "ify" to a word changes existing form into a verb. For example, "Hey, xyz, I am going to head off to go to bed" would be shortened to "Hey xyz, I'm going to sleepify." In cases where adding "-ify" to a word creates a conflicts with an existing dictionary word, such as "Testify" (to take a test), the meaning is simply that which is implied during the course of discussion. However, if it is so wished, the speaker can replace "-ify" with "-inate" (and vice versa) with little change in meaning.
"Finals are coming soon. It's time to Workify"
"Hey, xyz, class is in 10 minutes. You should probably wakify."
"Hey, abc, want to foodify?"
"xyz, volumify the TV!"
"Phonify me later, k?"
a Cholo is a first generation mexican american gang member or affiliate. the word might of came from somewhere else and we adopted it as our own form of discribing each other. Plain and simple a Cholo is someone to respect.. a modern day robin hood of the barrio, if you will.
And bad apples are in every level of class. Southern California Rifamos, y controlamos both sides of the wall. anyone calling all cholos bad is wrong and most likely got his ass kicked by one of us for talking shit........ keep talking and it might catch up to you one day.
simon buey es cholo. whats up, homie you getting all choloed up tonight, for the big bolo? Where you cholos going?
An indeterminate noun referring to a female (usually young) whom the speaker does not know very well.
This term would not be used in reference to anyone that the speaker is presumed to have more than a passing aquaintance with.
"Did you get the notes from the class you missed?"
"Yeah, this one chippie from the other section lent me hers."
"who's that in the picture with him?"
"Some chippie he knew back in the day."
"So, I was sitting there, minding my own business, when this chippie comes in and starts causing all kinds of trouble..."
The best person from a class, usually selected on grades, school activities and character/leadership. Also delivers the valedictory at graduation ceremonies.
Jimmy was valedictorian of his high school, he had a 4.0, was starting quarterback, and lead his debate team to nationals.