Speaking in such bizarre slang that no one understands what you're saying. Derived from "communication" without the "co-" prefix that implies an interaction.
Speaking just to make a noise.
Guy 1: Dude, I just got the Urban Dictionary tree book. I am so stampeo!
Guy 1: Nice. Now you'll be even better at munication.
A talented actress, singer, and author. She wrote an autobiography, a solo album with one of the songs I love the most (Mono.) and she's the lead singer for Hole. She did not, I repeat NOT! kill Kurt Cobain. I HAVE done research on it, so I DO know what I'm talking about. She didn't do it for fame, because she didn't need it. She had her own band and was doing fine with it. Kurt. Killed. Himself. If you don't want to accept his death, that is your problem. But don't take it out on the innocent girl who MOTHERED HIS CHILD. Kurt is dead, and whining about his wife who loved him isn't going to bring him back.more...
She's not terrible, not overrated, yes, she was a junkie. But she went to rehab for it. Give me one legitimate reason that she killed Kurt Cobain. They were going through a divorce, not the reason for killing. Kurt WAS ON DRUGS! If you're hyped up on drugs and depressed...fill in the blank.
Leave poor Miss Love alone. "Untalented." You must have sold a lot of records to be able to make that judgement. I"ll reiterate for the stupid who constantly say nasty things about her. SHE. DID. NOT. KILL. KURT. COBAIN!!!! Would the mother of his child kill him? It's not a conspiracy, she didn't kill anyone, there is no case to re-open. Just leave the poor girl alone and continue to bang your heads to your Nirvana and throw darts to her face on your dart board. If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all.
Care to know about this state? Utah's just another lame state. It's not quite as exciting as California, New York, Florida, or Texas. Here's the story from a resident.more...
It's famous for a few things. Hard to believe I know. Utah is known for: Mormons of course, fry sauce, the 2002 Winter Olympics, David Archiletta, and country music group Shedaisy. Many movies are filmed in Utah. I believe high school musical was filmed here (not a fan or anything). You can find some beautiful views of desert, canyons, a few lakes, and mountains. It's hard to tear apart the seasons and in the winter it is snowy and cold; God it's cold!
Utah is just as diverse as any state; however, among this diversity 3/4 of it seems to occupy one big group. This group includes Mormons, a brainwashed religious group who believe they are the only ones who will end up in heaven and believe they are the only ones with a right to be there, and closed minded, right winged nut jobs. Dare to be different here? There are many nice people, but it's not always a very friendly state. It's full of piss assed, uptight ass holes. Wave to anyone and they'll give you the evil eye it seems.
From what I hear people who grew up in high crime areas feel safer when they move to Utah. Could that be true of any state though? Perhaps it was just the city they were in? Utahns seem to believe it's the "moral fiber" of their state. Positive reactions to outside visitors are basically like "Oh utah. Cool."
That's Utah in a nut shell.
a. Of or relating to the characteristic of professionalism, usually applicable in medium to large corporations. A characteristic in which one is expected to put one's employer and duties thereof above family, human dignity, and health.
b. One is is professional is monitored to ensure they are walking around with a sarcastic respect for other people in the corporation, even when there are very real burdens on the professional person's mind.
c. A description unfairly assigned only to one who devotes more time and energy to his occupation in the company than to his marriage, family, and health.
d. The manner in which a task is performed in a company, as long as it reflects the professional qualities of the performer.
e. A WORD THAT HAS LOST IT'S MEANING IN CORPORATE NONSENSE AND BIG-CORPORATION SYNDROME. There are still GOOD professionals out there--ones that are passionate about the good work they do and have freed themselves to do it.
a. One who is enslaved to the characteristic of professionalism in order to keep their job (see Professional - adj.)
b. One who wears fancy clothes that tell nothing of their character or skill, whether good or bad.
c. Often higher manager that treats subordinates less "professionally" than they look.
"Fred worked until 2:00AM yesterday. He's way more professional than we are!" (adj.)
"Your speech was very professional, Arty!"
"Don't insult me!"
"Well that was unprofessional..."
"Thank you." (adj.)
"This is our professional team of salesmen."
"No, we're people who enjoy people and exercise that on the side in the form of sales." (adj)
"Would you describe yourself as...professional?"
"No, and here's why. The meaning of the word pro--"
"Okay, that'll be all. Have a nice life!"
"When I grow up, I want to be a professional!"
"No you don't Johnny, don't believe that nonsense." (noun)
"You're a real professional!"
"Thanks for the good intent, but don't ever say that again. Thanks." (noun)
Performed by a Nascar fanatic, when one ejaculates on a woman's chest. There are two variations to the signature; cursive and manuscript. Cursive when the man straddles the babe who is laying down and finishes 89'ing her and blows the load on her chest. Manuscript is when the man is standing and the women is on her knees, holding her tits ready to be covered in jizz. Performing the Razcar signature often produces city wide fame, high fives from your buds, and unchecked curiosity from women.
Brady: "Hey Dustin, what did you do last night?"
Dustin: "Well I had my babeski over and gave her a Razcar signature she'll never forget!"
Brady: "Nice! Cursive or manuscript?"
Dustin: "Manuscript, she didn't even know what was coming at her!"
Tom: "I had this chicks shirt off last night so I whipped out "Mr. Ballpoint Pen" and gave her a creamy Razcar signature."
Pooby: 1. An affectionate term insinuating that the person worthy of affection is also behaving in a silly, cute, or utterly adorable way. For example, when 'pooby' has just put the milk in the cupboard instead of putting it in the fridge, or when 'pooby' has just said 'I can has that cd right there?' in the way that lol cats often speak. It can be fair to say that this term can also insinuate that the person has just been adorable for looking attractive without subjecting himself to acts of loll cat talking, and other forms of strangeness.
Pooby: 2. A sandwich containing poo, peanut butter, and jelly. This sandwich is usually shipped to someone you do not like anonymously, similar to Sharon Stone.
Pooby: 1. Aww, pooby, don't cry after you spilled your dinner on yoru shirt!
2. After giving pooby a footrub for absolutely nothing, he then pranked me by placing a whoppie cushion under my ass. Thanks pooby. Thanks.
Pooby: 2. I packed a gourmet looking pooby on expensive bread and wrapped it up all nice before putting it in the fridge at work. That'll stop them from stealing my lunch all the damn time.
Hilltop Tacoma is a reference to the neighborhood directly up the hill from the Downtown Tacoma area and has had a reputation for being hand in hand with gang violence, drugs and shootings. This is a reputation that was built in the 1980s, 90s, and in the early 00s due to the inception of the Hilltop Crips. Due to the major gang influences that were happening in the Hilltop area, Tacoma police department has beefed up patrols, put a police sub station in, and violence has since started to decline, thus making a much nicer and revived neighborhood.
The homes in the Hilltop area are mostly old, craftman homes and 90% of the homes built are documented in the Tacoma Library system. To accompany these beautiful homes in the Hilltop area is the Fulcrum Art Gallery in the Tacoma Tofu building on Martin Luther King Jr Way, which is the heart of Hilltop. Oliver, the owner of Fulcrum, brings in some beautifully gritty art that encompasses the vibe of the area. As well as Fulcrum, there's the upscale Tempest Lounge and "1022 S J" that offer up fancy drinks and a nice ambiance right in the heart of what used to be a very bad neighborhood.
Several places that people should know in Hilltop Tacoma are the following:more...
Hilltop Pawn and Loan--everyone knows and respects these guys and even refer to one of the owners as "the Mayor of Hilltop". Rumor is, if you can't get the city to help ya, this guy can get the city to help ya. They have also built a rapport with folks that keep people coming back again and again.
the Not so Safeway--when I refer to where I live, I say "across the street from the "not so Safeway" and everyone knows where I'm talking about. You will never see another Safeway like this one. The workers and clerks are tattooed up, speak to you like they're your mother and know everyone in town. This is where you'll see your neighbors and friends doing their weekly grocery shopping.
ACME Grub Cage--not exactly located in what's traditionally known as Hilltop, the Acme is located on the corner of Tacoma Ave and 13th. I have put the Acme in the little Hilltop write up because, well, everyone I know on the Hill refers to this place lovingly as their neighborhood bar. The Acme, under previous owners, used to be a hub for prostitution and drugs but since under new ownership, the place has turned into the equivalent of Cheers. With a beautiful oak bar, pinball, cold and cheap beer, as well as the ability to host small functions, ...