An abbreviation of the French "bourgeois." A critical term used to describe people, things, and places that are definitively high-class. Something that is affected, inauthentic, gentrified, exclusive, and/or otherwise sheltered from the dirt and grime of the real world.
Dick: Wanna go into the city?
Jane: Yeah, I've gotta get out of this boujee town. It's become so gentrified ever since the new homeowner's association plowed on in. Let's get some tacos from that dude at the corner of Market and 6th.
Kate Spade: Let us go in my dad's Ford Explorer to the Whole Foods/Andronico's/Trader Joe's/(place your pretentious grocer here) on the way home from the symphony.
Jordan Catalano: Yeah right, Kate Spade. I'd rather ride my bike to corner store/farmer's market/etc instead of supporting the overhead of that boujee place.
A small town located near Sacramento filled with yuppies and hippies. Often times called a cowtown although the only cows are at UCD. Police in Davis suck. Lots of drinking and drugs take place in the younger population of Davis. People on bikes and/or pedestrians ALWAYS have the right of way. Eggheads. Dank (weed). Farmer's Market. Whole Earth Festival. Word.
You want to go to Whole Earth Festival in Davis and score some dank weed?
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A short-lived 1990s television programme based on Jim'll Fix It in which gay art icon Briggsy made the dreams of homosexuals come true. One classic episode featured Briggsy riding a greased pig through Liverpool before masturbating into the River Mersey whilst singing "I am what I am"
Homosexual 1: I really want to be gang-buggered by a colony of baboons.
Homosexual 2: Briggsy'll Fix It!
One more of the in-the-middle-of-nowhere WHITE cities in america. It is just like Oklahoma City. Nothing to do, nothing to see, and full of cowboys. They r only places where all of the farmers meet up and please they dont have suburbs.
Where is Tulsa?
One of the most amazing movies ever. My all-time favorite Johnny Depp/Tim Burton film.
In the early United States of America, young policeman oh-so-bangable Ichabod Crane (Johnny Depp) is sent to from New York to the fledgling settlement of Sleepy Hollow to investigate a series of ghoulish murders. On his arrival, the town council informs him that the three victims were killed in open ground, and the heads had disappeared - taken by a headless ghost that is supposedly responsible. Ichabod is unconvinced of this, but learns more about the ghostly horseman - it is the ghost of a Hessian sent by the British during the revolutionary war, and he was caught by redcoats and decapitated with his own sword. When Ichabod sees the ghost kill one of the town council members, his skepticism evaporates - and he soon discovers that the horseman's ghost has an unholy connection to Balthus Van Tassel, a wealthy farmer - and whose daughter, Katrina (Cristina Ricci) Ichabod is falling in love with...
1. Sleepy Hollow is amazing.
2. ICHABOD IS FUCKING HOT.
3. One of Tim Burton's greatest films.
In certain parts of Ireland the word scut was used to tell off their children. Like feck is the softer version of fuck. Scut would have been used in this way as it was the softer version of shite. Being a lad from the West of Ireland this word was bandied about in my area quite a bit.
Scut would have been shortened from scutter which as any farmer will tell you is not a pretty sight out the backside of an afflicted cow (terribly bad liquid diarrhoea). So when your ma was saying 'you're some scut,' 'you little scut,' or 'come here you scut ya,' she was calling you a shit or a shite but in the nice clean way. Not swearing at all was she!
Also is you were on the town for a night out and say, the food you ate turned out to be bad, you might find yourself sitting on the loo for a few days after evacuating your bowels at a tremendous rate you would have a 'dose of the scuts.'
If someone is talking shit or shite in certain parts of Ireland they could be said to be 'talking pure scutter.'
You're some scut.
Come here you scut ya.
You little scut.
He has a dose of the scuts.
He's talking pure scutter.
A back-country unpaved road. They are found in various states of repair; the good ones are graded and covered in gravel. They are referred to as such because they most often run North-South and East-West as if on a grid.
Known to Saskatchewanians.
The boys got in the truck and went for a booze cruise on the grid roads outside of town.
The farmer took the grid road to get from her home quarter to town.