A term used to define an unknown number that can be readily identified or presented in its place. Also used in place of a number you will define later.
John: "How many chickens are in that coop?"
John: "Oh, okay, well I'll take all of them."
Mary: "Okay, I'll go count them. That'll be Jelevendy dollars."
Max: "How many lights are on that Christmas Tree?"
Taylor: "About Jelevendy; what does it matter?"
|2.||skateboarding is not a crime|
n. The urban skater's one-line manifesto. Frequently heard blurted out by skateboarding juveniles arrested for vandalism by means of a skateboard, truancy, or marijuana use.
Strictly speaking, the act of personal locomotion on a four-wheeled board is not a crime in any jurisdiction in the United States. However, many cities have outlawed skateboarding on public edifices because it results in destructive grinding and causes injuries, the costs for both of which are borne by the taxpayer.
Furthermore, the culture associated with skateboarding youth is widely held to be a celebration of delinquency: marijuana use, rebellion against authority, truancy, and other problems are known to be prevalent in these juvenile populations. While this is no reason to discriminate against skateboarding in general, it sure doesn't help the image of the activity in the public's eye.
(A boy, about 12 years of age, with long bleached hair and extremely wide corduroy flare pants, is recklessly grinding his way down the outdoor staircase in front of Town Hall on a skateboard.)
Police Officer: "Young man, did I just see you skating down that marble staircase?"
Boy: (stares sullenly at ground) "Skateboarding is not a crime."
Officer: "Take those headphones off while I'm talking to you. Now what does that sign say right there?"
Sign: "Skateboarding on Town Hall property is subject to max. fine of $250 or 90 days in jail by order of City Rev. Code 08-2776."
Boy (fidgeting): "I dunno. Skateboarding is not a crime."
Officer: "And what's this? Did I just see a dime bag fall out of your pocket?"
Boy (crying): "Skateboarding is not a crime."
|3.||cradle of filth|
Cradle of Filth is a British rock band, formed around 1991-92. There is a fair bit of controversy surrounding over whether they fit the category of "black metal" or not. black metal fans say they aren't black metal because they do not sound like bands such as , Darkthrone, etc. Cradle of Filth fans either say A. Who cares the music's good or B. They are black metal because they fit the definition.
It is my opinion they are gothic metal. However, it is also my opinion that people should not judge and artist based on their popularity/genre and just enjoy the music.
Many underground rock fans likes The Darkness before "I Believe in a Thing Called Love" made it big. After it did, they all rejected it as "mainstream crap." They had to come from somewhere, didn't they? It wasn't the mainstream.
jubble: a substance quite like that of fat, however it is far denser than fat and can lead to large health problems.
there are many examples, just look around you, at women with huge saggy tits, theyre filled with jubble, or large arses. However it is best summed up by looking at a sealion.
Angus Young is the lead guitarist of the Australian band AC/DC. Spelled A-C-thunderbolt-D-C. Born in Scotland. Angus Young is underrated by many as a guitarist; however many people have tried, none have matched his unique hard rock/bluesy playing style. Easily recognized by the crazy riffs he plays.
If Angus Young is such a horrible guitar player, why is there no one out there who has the ability to play as well?
A drinking game popular in Central Wisconsin. All players sit in a circle around a table. They are then numbered from Zumi(zero)to the however many people there are, less one. The players then all get ready to rock. Players raise their hands and say "Awww Fuck me! Let's play Zumi Zumi". On "Fuck me" the players start a pattern of hitting the table twice and clapping twice, on the beginning syllables of the words i.e.:
* * ^ ^ * *
FUck ME LET'S PLAY ZUmi ZUmi
After a pause of two beats, the player designated as Zumi starts. After saying Zumi any even number of times, they may say any number that has been assigned to one of the other players. That player then says their number any even number of times, and then says another number. The numbers can be called in any order, so every player must concentrate. Also, the patter of hitting and clapping must speed up. The speed will be designated by the group, and doesn't have to stay constant. The person who screws up first drinks.
As an option, Players may chant "So heres to _____ to _____ to ______ so heres to _____ who's with us to night. S/he's happy s/he's jolly, s/he chugs one by golly, so DRINK MOTHERFUCKER! DRINK MOTHERFUCKER! DRINK MOTHERFUCKER! DRINK!
Zumi Zumi, one one! One one, one one, one one, three three! three three, Zumi Zumi. If Zumi doesn't respond, responds late, screws up the percussive pattern, says a number that is not assigned or says a number different than their own, Zumi drinks.
A rectangular flag that represents the United States and all of its ideals and values. It is composed of a blue square with 50 (or however many states there are at the time of the flag's production) white stars in the uper lefthand corner. The rest of the flag is 13 alternating red and white stripes. Legend has it that the seamstress Betsy Ross created the first American flag.
Treatment of the flag is dictated by the Flag Code. Breaking of the flag code is not punishable (protected by the 1st Amendment).
The American flag is often scrutinized for various reasons and desecrated. The people responsible fail to realize that it is not the flag that is so importnat, it is what the flag represents. The flag is held in such esteem because some feel that their respect of the flag is a good way to show their respect for the Nation and our ideals.
TO ALL THE FLAG BURNERS ETC: The flag that you desecrate, insult, burn and defile stands for the same values that protect your right to do so(1st Amendment). Without that right (in a dictatorship) you could be executed for said actions.