adjective, commonly or popularly but often inaccurately so termed
the so-called 'smut' you are referring to is, in fact, a work of art
Describing a certain situation or the state of affairs in a manner of everything being hectic and/or simply fucked up. Most commonly used as a known, to replace the phrase "what a crock of shit".
"Psylocibe Extract". A non-lethal capsule of dehydrated and processed Psylocibin from the Psilocybe semilanceata; Produces euphoria and impairs the thought process; Found most commonly in South Africa, England, and the Americas'; Paranoia, confusion, and fluxuations in emotions are commonly found; Some cases, mainly in stronger doses, may lead to minor insanity; 5g Dried Psilocybe Semilanceata is equivalent to 5mg of "Mad Caps".
"Psylocibe Extract, commonly referred to as 'Mad Caps', is a concentrated form of Psilocybe Semilanceata. Over 20,000 adolescents reported to have tried 'caps'on a study done in June of 2002 in schools in England. Also commonly used in smaller doses to stun.
Solipsism is the fact (as much as any other so called fact), that we create our dreams not only at night when we sleep, but also in the day. As well as before we are "born," and after we so call "die." The dreams in the day only appear more "rational." It is not that "we are the only thing that exists," but that our consciousness is all that exists. Our consciousness is just our individual reflection of the consciousness of the entire universe, (what is commonly called "God." ) It takes time to perceive everything (time being an illusion), except for our consciousness which is instantaneous. This means that what we perceive is also us. Governments, as well as organized religions, military, industrial, and educational systems conspire, and know this fact, but put out the Descartian, dualistic view that there is an external foreign "enemy". The latter view is put out for their advantage which everyone must follow or be marginalized, imprisoned, or eliminated. This view works to the disadvantage of everyone not following the Church, State, Military, Industrial, Educational Crime-Pseudo crime fighting system.
If this view of solipsism were accepted by the masses, as opposed to the "current commonly accepted dualistic view," we would work together for all of US. instead of being divided and conquered as we are now, by the age old classical military technique. We would work 6 hours per year for a middle- class existence as described by Buckminster Fuller, inventer of the geodesic dome.
Regional slang assumed to be derived from 'Moody' originating from Derby, and over recent years having gradually become more commonly used as far south as Northamptonshire and as far north as Manchester (in many episodes of Coronation Street for example).
It is used most widely to describe children when they are having a tantrum or an adult who is sulking when not getting their own way. It describes a person who is feeling sorry for themselves or is crying shallow, crocodile tears.
This fantastic adjective has risen to more widespread fame in recent times thanks to those lovely lads from Sheffield, the Arctic Monkeys who wrote a song called Mardy Bum about a girl who was really mardy. Now all those southern softies have latched onto this fantastic word, it won't be long before we are hearing Peggy Mitchell behind the bar of the Queen Vic calling Billy a 'Mard Arse'.
In Derby, where the word originates from, it is very common to hear people calling others 'Mard Arse'. 'Stop bein such a mard arse!' meaning 'Stop being so moody, childish, grumpy, etc'.
The word is also used commonly in playground banter. Rhymes such as 'Mardy Mardy Mustard, You Can't Eat Your Custard, Nah, Nah, Nah, Nah, Nah!' were commonplace in Derby schools during the 1980s.
What is so wonderful about this word is that it has a whole meaning of its own and even though assumed to be derived from 'moody' it is not quite the same.
It is therefore of interest to know that the Chinese have a word that has exactly the same meaning as 'Mardy', therefore, it should be accepted into the Oxford English dictionary as a recognised word.
1.A word used in any given situation and/or random moment.
2.A place filler. commonly used at the end of a sentance
1.Steve:hay Raymond what are you doing later.
Steve:Cool, I'll see you later, popcurn!!
2.Steve:Whats on your mind?
aka the new age hippie, the badass hippie. the product of the combination of the hip hop and touring hippie festival cultures. commonly wears a straight brimmed baseball cap (with a tilt) with a combination of baggy pants and shirts, skateboarding shoes. The true tree thugger owns a pitbull. tree thuggers often attend hippie music festivals, and are most commonly the ones that drugs should never be purchased from.
commonly wears a straight brimmed baseball cap (with a tilt) with a combination of baggy pants and shirts, skateboarding shoes. The true tree thugger owns a pitbull