Someone who either voluntarily or involuntarily gives information to another person. They are in charge of "filling in" the other person on what is happening.
As a resident of another state, Shea is my filler-inner by letting me know what happens in the area she lives.
(noun) (filler-inner) origins : latin
an object that's name has temporarily become unkown to the speaker
so he took out his... erm... whats it... kerjigger and jammed it into her... um... kerjigger
A broad term used to cover the emotional growth workshops practiced at Mount Bachelor Academy (MBA) in Central Oregon, stemming from similar practices carried out at Synanon and later CEDU (short for Charles E. Dietrich University). There is little known about these lifesteps as the very parents who send their children to these schools are unable to experience them firsthand, and due to the dramatic/self righteous nature of some at risk youths these lifesteps have been described as "Eye opening, safe, and loving," To "Horrible, tiring, pointless, fucked-up, and brainwashing." I have seen and can argue both sides of this. In the current MBA format there are technically 6 lifesteps, and I will give a brief rundown on all of them as well as my opinion on them.more...
The Bridge Lifestep- Focuses on the importance of truth and friendship and while I find these to be good things, those operating the lifestep will tend to tell you how you lack honesty and the capacity to being a good friend. Involves receiving negative feedback, an accountability list aka a chance to be a rat, and yelling. Overall didn't effect me too much but I guess in the end I got closer with some people but it was kinda dumb.
Forever Young lifestep- Targets your inner child and is designed to let you sort out your past..i guess. I didn't have a bad childhood so the lifestep wasn't too hard on me but for those who did they end up reliving some of their worst moments, and while some come away from it stronger most...