imaginary boots one puts on just before going out to get wasted.
It's Wednesday night, we got nothin' to do, let's strap on our gnarley boots. (followed by drinking/smoking until no longer coherent)
Any footwear that has been worn by a person whilst that person killed another person(s).
My friend's uncle fought in World War II. He was wearing these very same boots when he shot another man to death. They're what I call my "killing boots"
|3.||Circle of Death|
A drinking game very similar to Kings. Cards are spread out in a circle face down, and each card chosen has a different rule attached to it. If you fail, you drink: a sip, a shot, your choice, but the game goes fast once you learn it so be careful. Highly customizable, but these are our rules:more...
Ace: Rhyme. Whoever picks the card says a sentence, and the next in line (clockwise) has to rhyme the sentence. Continue until someone fucks up.
King: Rule. Make up whatever rule you want - standard ideas from Kings or other drinking games are fine, but the more creative the better.
Queen: Queen bitch. Whoever has the queen has to display it prominently on their body somewhere, and must fetch everyone a drink when they need it. To pass the queen on, you must get someone to answer a question of yours. The only safe response to a question from the Queen Bitch is "fuck off."
Jack: Category. Think up a category, then go round the table naming something in the category until someone fails.
2-10: There are specialty rules, and you are encouraged to make up your own for cards that do not have them. However, if there is no given rule, the standard is: pull a black card and you drink, pull a red card and you give a drink. It can always be one drink, or it can match the number on the card if you have enough people/are alcoholics. Number cards with special rules are given below.
8: Joke. Tell a joke to the group. If anyone laughs, they have to drink. If no one laughs, you have...
|4.||Drinking For The Homeless|
An excuse to drink.
Guy A: How can I do charity work and still end up drunk?
Guy B: Drinking For The homeless, they appreciate it.
Male or female. Activist protesting the fashion-obsessed decadence of city life by wearing backpacking gear.
Population size: Moderatly common
Habitat: Major Urban centers, green party rallies, co-op markets,
walk ten city blocks in a major metropolitan area and you'll be sure to encounter an Asphat Ranger. Easily identified by their enormous LL beanc backpacks, hiking boots, parkas and on occasion walking sticks. If you're riding the subway and the person next to you whips out a canteen, chances are you are in the presence of an Asphalt Ranger.They usually graduate from any college where drinking from a styrofoam cup warrants irreparable social ostracism. Not to be confused with hippies they don't do drugs or drink to excess, but do go a little overboard on the trailmix,
Asphalt Rangers prefer athletic bras to victoria's secret and hiking boots to sneakers, denim to silk, quality and durability are always mode important than being fashionable.
The term 'chav' has been broadened, and there are many things that define a chav. A chav is usually rude, common, and a fashion freak. The males will wear caps and pristeen white trainers, tracksuits and coats that cling to the waist. The females also sport these coats, but will wear huuuuuuuuuuge earrings (usually hoops) shirts with logos, boots (usually Ugg or slouch boots at present) Can wear jeans or short skirts, often denim or 'raa-raa skirts' as they have been heard to be called. They wear lots of make-up, and are often orange with foundation. They seem to enjoy meandering about in large groups, drinking cheap alcohol, making cheap shots at passers by, and saying things like 'innit' and 'wha'ever.' The comic character Vicky Pollard is an only very slightly exaggerated version of a chav. They will only attack in large groups, and sometimes the males will mutter things as one walks past, often derogatory and very rarely complimentary. The 'brave' ones will pick fights with lone geeks or Goths, whereas others will even more bravely yell obscene things as they pass in their cars (usually blaring crap music) or spit in one's hair.
A geek is walking past, innocently carrying a bag of shopping in one hand, and perhaps a book in the other. The geek is unfortunate enough to have to pass a bus shelter under which some chavs are hiding from the rain. The geek contemplates - is it worth crossing the road? No - the geek will stick it out. The geek passes through, its eyes flickering onto those of a female chav, who says, 'What you lookin' at, enit?" The geek says nothing. If it is lucky, it might escape unscathed, but insulted. If it is unlucky, it will be beaten up or spat upon by the male chavs, while the female chavs scream or shout encouragement, while drinking aforementioned cheap alchohol.
a person who is similar to a chav
the irish equivalent of a chav
they knacker drink;smoke spliffs; drive muppet mobiles with blacked out windows,go faster strips and blue lighting;rob cars out of "boredom";have a few kids whilst still in secondary school
the male's day attire is the tracksuit bottoms tucked into sport sock with bright white runner look.accompanied by styled highlighted/lowlighted hair do' and thick chain around neck&wrist look.they walk with a hunched swagger with "10 to 2" feet (think of a clock).
the female's day attire is the poker straight hair in a pony tail which almost sticks straight up into the air,full hooker make up, pj bottoms (or maybe even full pj outfit!!),fur hooded jacket, caterpillar boots.
"I'm sick of the scaldy gangs in this area. ye can't go anywhere without there being a pack of scaldies sitting around smoking,drinking, making noise and causing trouble"