The Lakshmi. It is a thinking process often used in the subject of mathematics. Preferably used in geometry. All that has to be done is to stare with intense focus and look at the problem with a passion for a loooong time until you find your answer. The Lakshmi is a time consuming process but worth it when you get the answer right... or not on your test. The thought process is often used in Hehs.
Marta: Ugh.. I could'nt figure out that problem on the math test, so I did The Lakshmi.
Hailey: Really? Me too!
A manifestation of absolute hereness, oneness, and collectiveness, as being fully present in the now. A genuine heh is only expressed when a mind is completely clear. Thus, the heh is first and foremost an inner state. For more experienced practitioners, the heh is accompanied by a fleeting euphoric sensation.more...
The most common physical articulation of the heh involves slight movement of the head, either foreword or backward, accompanied by a facial expression particular to the heh.
During the heh, the jaw drops slightly, causing the lower lip to cover the bottom row of teeth, while the top row remains revealed in most specimens. Although this could appear to create a comedic smile or silly face to an untrained eye, those who practice the heh insist that these misconceptions belie its true meaning.
Although material symptoms of this phenomenon can be confined to the face, head and neck, quite often the heh also involves movement of the arms. In such cases, slightly clenched fists vacillate within inches of the face, and, on occasion, an index finger is extended in the air.
The most unmistakable marker of the heh is its auditory expression from which the term derives its name. Emanating from the top of the throat, the proper pronunciation of the heh utilizes a short “e” vowel sound, and the first “h” is given different emphasis depending upon the speaker. Despite some superficial similarities to the common heh
|3.||Circle Table Kid|
- adjective, noun
This word originates in the Hoffman Estates High School cafeteria. Right after you first enter through the glass wall, you'll see a bunch of tables that are round with seats surrounding them. This word describes the type of people who sit at these tables.
A circle table kid is the type of kid who:
1. Enjoys watching anime and dressing like their favorite character to school. This isn't just for Halloween, this is everyday. They wear cat ears, ninja gloves/headbands, and capes.
2. They bring their nintendo ds to school and insist on showing everyone how cool they are for doing so. Hunched over the table, they engage in intense matches of mario kart. These battles can lead to frightening fits of nerd rage and have been known to become dangerous.
3. Mostly white, there are also black circle table kids. These are not the typical blacks that roam the halls of hoffman in the bottom hallway before the cafeteria (the jungle). These, however, are equally frightening as the denizens of the jungle, but not because of their hostility or guns, but because they are really weird. These are the black kids who wear trench coats and fucking stare at you like a psycho. Feeling unidentified with their ghetto counterparts, they keep to themselves, plotting the next columbine.
Synonyms: Loser, Anime Faggot, Nobody, Future Serial Killer
"Hey did you see that pale chick wearing a cape, what a circle table kid."
"Dude this stuffed anime animal thing would be perfect for a circle table kid to carry around school all day!"
"I once saw a circle table kid with a dead crow in her lunch box"
|4.||Circle Table Kid|
This word originates in the Hoffman Estates High School cafeteria. There are rectangle tables and circle tables.
A circle table kid is the type of person who:
1. Knows how to read
2. Has other hobbies besides getting wasted or stoned
3. Has their own fashion sense
4. Has fun being themselves
5. Circle table kids don't need to match everyone else
6. Aren't complete assholes all the time
7. Can hold actual conversations
8. Usually loves music
9. Most of the time wouldn't hurt a fly
There are also other people who sit at the circle tables, they are the people who just have no where else to sit.
" That Circle Table Kid has mad Halo skills"
"I wish I could dance like a circle table kid"
"Gee, those circle table kids are really weird sometimes, but they sure are nice"
|5.||Rectangle Table Kids|
This is yet another word that has originated from Hoffman Estates High School. If you enter the cafeteria you first see circle tables and further back are the rectangle tables. This word describes the people who sit here.
1. The very first row of rectangle tables are usually where your nobodies, outcasts, or wannabe circle table kids sit.
2. The rectangle tables to the far right are where your "ghetto" black people, Hispanic, and a few select white people sit. Most of the fights happen here and you can usually see people either: braiding hair, singing off key, dancing ridiculously, or just talking abnormally loud.
3. As you go further back, closer to the middle is where your preps and jocks sit. Most (not all) preps that sit here are very judge-mental and are cheerleaders. Your jocks usually consist of football players who can't win a game. It is strange on how HEHS is good in every other sport but football.
4. Further back is a very special select table that is right next to the lunch line. This single table is usually overrun by the "I think I'm better then you" annoying seniors. These seniors think they run the high school and have law above everyone else, but alas they don't.
"Did you see that fight with the lock?
----Yeah. Why are Rectangle Table Kids so violent?"
-----Oh just those stupid Rectangle Table Kids."
"Man last nights football game sucked. 46 to nothing, come on."
a compendium of words which are used in the game Words With Friends and are up for debate as to whether their usage is fair or not
1: 'HEHS' is a word??
2: Guess so.
1: You don't even know?? You can't play a word if you don't even know if its real! Not cool, man.
2: Whatever, dude. Consult the Fictionary.