The effect where the affected seems to find non-existent hidden meanings to things around him/her
Boy 1: uff teri ada!!
( A song from the motion picture "Karthik Calling Karthik" sung by Alyssa Mendonsa & Shankar Mahadevan. )
Girl 1: Love it! btw referrin to?
Boy 1: Something..
Boy 2: naa.. its someone.. !!!
Boy 3: I understand head nor tail :(
Boy 1: the song obviously.
Boy 2: the song is obvious.. but there are other hidden meanings there too..
Boy 1: u r havin the "srinath effect"
1. hidden meanings
"my girfriend was being so cryptic"
|3.||cryptic cheerleading message|
ALSO known as CCMS
The process that cheerleaders engage in so that they can place derogortory words that only the students of that school knows or have developed. Hidden meanings inserted to cheerleaders routine by use of code words that denote bad sportmanship or sexual undertones in public, whereas teachers or coaches are obvious to true meaning.. CCMS are always changing due to overuse or officals catching on. CCMS can be used by anyone. Its universal
HEY, did you hear what the cheerleaders was saying?
Yeah.. it sounded like some cryptic cheerleading message?
Let see they yell at the other team U S A.
And they said FOAD and SOAD!!
An Allegory is used to tell a story that has characters, a setting, as well as other types of symbols, that have both literal and figurative meanings. The difference between an allegory and a symbol is that an allegory is a complete narrative that conveys abstract ideas to get a point across, while a symbol is a representation of an idea or concept that can have a different meaning throughout a literary work.
"A Parable is like an allegory because the message has a hidden meaning"
MORE PRECISE EXAMPLE
"The monkey on a globe of the world"
The monkey may represent how humans copy each other and not standing up for themselves. The globe may represent how we (the monkeies) abuse it and not notice because we are to busy having fun.
The word is from the beatles song "I am the walrus". It doesn't have any meaning, it was written as jibberish to try to confuse the speculative fans who always found "hidden meanings" in the beatles songs and album covers......because people are STUPID.
"...crabalocker fishwife pornographic priestess, boy you've been a naughty girl, you let your knickers down. Iam the eggman. They are the eggmen. I am the walrus. Koo Koo Ka Choo"
A thin plastic bracelet. Being as old as i am i can't bellieve that there are new hiddend meanings o something i have been wearing since the 80's. i am a teacher and as i was driving down the street the other i had a young man honk at me and ask if he could snap my red bracelet. i had no idea what he was talking about and when i found out i got really offended. i am really not sure who started this hidden meaning thing but to all of you little children who are sexually frusterated and hate your dull boring lives invent your own style, find your own hidden meanings in things you create and leave my culture and age group out of it. Get a life.
I wear about 50 jellies every day in color that are important to me. My friends and i trade jellies as signs of our friendship.
|7.||like a fox|
A saying that can be added on to practically anything, or used on its own. It can be positive or negative, sarcastic or serious, can also have hidden meanings, which usually are not noticed due to the common usuage of the phrase. The term 'like a fox' first appeared on The Simpsons, when the Homer said "stupid like a fox."
"Damn, when did you get to be so smart?"
"Smart like a fox!"
"Your intelligence astounds me."
"Like a fox!"