A horrific event occuring 1-2 times a year thrust upon unwilling, dejected students.
:Child refusing to eat broccili:
Mother- "Either you eat these vegetables or I'll make you take the dreadful Chumash final with your sister!"
:Child cleans plate quickly and asks for more:
weight gained in the last year of graduate school as a result of sitting on your ass and writing your thesis/dissertation day after day.
Person A: Has David gained weight? He's looking a little doughy lately.
Person B: Yeah, but it's just the final fifteen. He'll start hitting the gym again after the thesis is finished.
2) Final year of contract
3) small city
4) in the play-offs
To 'Lebron it' is to give minimal effort during the play-offs series so you lose, providing no reason to stay in that small city. (See Cleveland-Boston series)
With Albert Pujols in his final year with the Cards, I hope he doesn't Lebron it during the World Series.
|11.||Year of the Cormorant|
The length of time in which you take the classes before your final exams.
"John, I wish it was still the YEar of the Cormorant"
"I know buddy"
a monster of a test that takes a tremendous amount of time and effort and is usually worth 20% of your grade
last year when i was taking my final exam my teacher came up to me and said
"gimmee your test! gimmee your test!"
"GIMMEE YOUR TEST!!"
|13.||Final Fantasy 11|
An online rpg for those with no lives sent to explore a world full of repetitive monsters, 40 year old pedafiles, fat asses, anime freaks, or wannabe emos(same thing as anime freaks i guess)
Final Fantasy 11-
guy: marry me Xogirl
Xogirl: lol sorry i'm a dude
guy: i'm gonna go cut myself with my sword i totaly own
1. To Jose (verb): not doing shit all semester in law school and successfully cramming at the last minute to get better grades then everyone who's been working all semester.
2. Being Josed (verb): during the course of the semester (see above) to get called out by your professor for not doing work. Especially in the first week of first year of law school.
1. Person 1: "Hey, you studied for the final yet?
Person 2: "Nah, I'm gonna pull a Jose."
2. Person 1: "Hey, you wanna go drinking tonight?"
Person 2: "Nah, I have to study. I got Josed in class today."