|1.||on my life|
A phrase that emphasizes that one is speaking very truthfully or stating a fact in which he truly believes. Literally means that the person would bet his life on the validity of the statement.
"Gotta keep ya cash coming and that's on my life." -Ja Rule, "Wonderful"
"Suge Knight's a bitch, and that's on my life." -Snoop Dogg, "Pimp Slap'd"
"I pissed on your 12-year-old daughter last night, and that's on my life." -R. Kelly, "Your Daughter Drank My Piss"
Possibly the greatest band to ever exist. Also, arguably the only thing keeping rock alive, fighting off the evil of rip-your-balls-off shitty bands like Green Day, Good Charlotte, and Children of Bodom.
-Tenacious D consists of Kyle Gass and Jack Black, who both play the acoustic and electric guitar and sing, with occaisonal help from Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters), Lee, and Spiderman. They are all equally amazing at everything.
-One last thing, Jack Black owns Chuck Norris, and Clint Eastwood. Same with KG.
-Me baby, ME! -Jack Black
It doesn't matter if it is good.
It only matters if it rocks!
The main thing that we do is to rock your socks off.
There's no such thing as a rock prodigy...
cause rock and roll is bogus, right KG? right.
The only thing that really matters is a classical sauce.
And that's why me and KG are classically trained...
to rock your fuckin socks off!
-Tenacious D, rock your socks off
|3.||you can't do that on television|
A show that started out on local TV in Canada on CJOH.
Executives of a station called "The Pinwheel Channel" in the US happened upon it and decided it was just what their station need. Then The Pinwheel Channel became Nickelodeon.
Then they had a hit.
Not only boosted the lulling stations ratings but also gave them their trademark slime scheme. Nick doesn't acknowledge this, perhaps because publicizing it will do no good to them. The slime would fall on someone when they said "I don't know." Water would also fall on someone who said "water."
It ran in the US from 1981-1990. It was such a big hit in the US, it left Canadians scratching their heads. Most Canadian children found the show disgusting and it never had a wide audience in its homeland.
Supposedly was cancelled because the show went through kids like a revolving door on crack and it was a tedious task to send royalty checks to 200+ different children.
Alanis Morissette appeared on about six episodes of the show in 1986, as a minor character.
GUY #1: Moose on You Can't Do That On Television was my first crush.
GUY #2: How 'bout Lisa Ruddy?
GUY #3: I don't know... (Glop...)
GUY #1: I'm so thirsty.
GUY #3: Would you like a glass of water? (Splash)
a person of no fear, somebody who will destruct anything in their way to get what they want.
also there known rapper called D-Sasta
"D-sasta is on the way"
|5.||like ducks on a june bug|
The predicate that compares one thing that is greatly attracted to another. A similar expression to "like white on rice", or "all over him like a cheap suit".
Ex. 1 - "You'd better not insult my girl, Bessy-Sue, no mo 'bout wearin that mumu or I'll be on you like ducks on a June bug". (Implies aggression)
Ex. 2 - "Yes Ma, I'll be on top of my homework like ducks on a June bug". (Implies diligence)
|6.||D 9 Os|
D 9 Os is a gang in pensacola formally in between B st. and D st. K st. is are rivals we brutally murder all K st. niggaz for life never disrespect our sanction. our flag colors are white w/ black or dark blue dots. 9 point star look on images to see wat it look like you might see it again on the news. we already spread to alabama, mississippi, south carolina, and georgia.
D's golding K's folding
D's killing K's kneeling
D's fucking K's knocking
K's lying D's flying
king kong for lyfe(K.K.)
kill all donkey kongs (D.K.)
D street Dominator
done like those ten points. D 9 Os hate all ten point stars
|7.||Satan on a bun|
Similar to the phrase death on a stick, Satan on a bun refers to anything on a bun (sandwiches, burgers, ect) that looks incredibly menacing. It does not necessarily mean that the food can kill you. For example, a Big Mac, though extremely disgusting, could not be considered Satan on a bun because it is not a large, hard core, evil piece of food. The creation of the phrase can be credited to Sam Lindberg, who used it to describe a massive sloppy joe.
"Is that the sloppy joe I ordered? That thing's huge! It looks more like Satan on a bun!"
"I ordered a 24x24 at In and Out Burger... but what I got was Satan on a bun..."