|1.||cry me a river|
besides the awesome justin timberlake song, an expression that means i've been through worse, you're being a drama queen
person: omg my chihuahua is sick
you: cry me a river loser both of my dogs are dead.
An internet term used to describe a typical anime-loving bitch.
A "Gabi" is obsessed with an anime character and will fantasize about being with him or her because they can not find anyone real to be with. Along with this comes TERRIBLE drawings of this character but the Gabi insists that she (or he) is a great artist, and belives that people actually enjoy looking at this flat anatomy-less garbage that they spew out onto paper.
Quite often a Gabi will shoot down artists who have amazing work, insisting that she (or he) is the best, and sometimes they will go as far as too steal art from other people, if they finally realize that their own creations are pathetic.
Apart from that a Gabi will also normally act a complete bitch, and will always attempt to one-up anybodies sad stories insisting that her (or his) life is the worst and that nobody could have it worse than she's (or he's) had, ect.
In short; Gabi is a term used for a self centered bitchfuck, who is obsessed with anime and can not, and will never be able to create a decent piece of art.
A Gabi: Oh hey guys! Look at this picture of Deidara! This sexy thing is realy something, don't you think?
You: Yeah, so I'm not in any of Sam's classes this semester... :(
A Gabi: Yeah, sorry to hear that. But at least you've got it better than me. No one can even come close to understanding what I've been through (ect.) ...
A depressingly wonderful movie about a young teenager girl struggling with the urge to fit in.
"Jim", I don't know what land of suburbia you're from, but I grew up in a big city and I've seen girls from the "wrong parts" of town go through shockingly similar things. Heck, I've seen girls go through stuff WORSE than this(such as getting pregnant at 12, doing heroin, etc). So don't give us your sheltered view on the average life of a 13 year old girl.
Ignorant Suburbanite: That movie Thirteen is SO unrealistic. What kind of thirteen year old would do stuf like that?
Other Person: Where have you been all your life? I'm from Chicago and I've seen girls go through stuff JUST like that. Thirteen is an excellently scripted movie which captures it all.
A person who constantly feels obligated to follow a story you tell, with a worse one, making them sound like they've been through a much more terrible ordeal.
Susan: Today I slipped on the ice and cut my head open.
Tom: Yeah well, last night I slipped on the ice, broke two ribs, cracked my head open, AND my girlfriend broke up with me.
Susan: You're a story topper. It's lame.
Otherkin are a group of twats- sorry- "spiritual beings" who believe that they are wolves and dragons and elves, despite the fact that none of these creatures have ever been proven to exist on earth. When presented with this rebuttal, they then say something about other dimensions, even though these creatures were first "seen" as physical beings. So apparently for hundreds of years, people have just been getting it wrong until they showed up.more...
They also laughably claim to be very "critical" of their beliefs, and have to PROVE that they are actually were-dragon fairy rapists. They have "memories" about past lives, even though if they actually did, that would mean their brain would have to travel with them through their different lives. So not only would autopsies be fucked up, they'd have to have one in the first place.
They claim to be "different" from people, though they will also say that they lead normal lives and do normal things just like you! Wow. So not only do they not have to prove that they are magical elven pigs, but they don't even have to sustain this connection with the spiritual realm with such things as customs and habits and logic. Maybe because that would make them even bigger social-outcasts than they already are. And no one wants to be even worse than a regular otherkin.
An extremely boring and poorly constructed paragraph about a personal adventure. Often peppered with internet acronyms such as "LOL" in an effort to raise the interest levels from absolute zero to just above.
A badly thought through personal bloggers paragraph about their latest "adventure". Often so boring as to appear only 2-3 times after telling everyone they've started a personal blog then to disappear into the void following a complete lack of interest from peers and friends. In some cases paraventures can lead to premature death from loneliness or worse, facebook defriending and social network rejection or "hiding" by peers.
Paraventure's are typically about as mentally stimulating as the feeling in ones legs after the spinal chord has been severed just above the waistline.
Day 1: Today I started my blog!! Yay!! Aren't cat's great ?more...
Day 2: Put away my socks after too on in the dryer. Urgh! Static made it slightly harder to fold them properly. Mum helped me out tho but its a bit embarrassing that I still live at home LOL! Note to self: must get a job and move out! LOL!
Day 3: Can't think of anything interesting so I'll just post a link to something out of a newpaper about cat food and the latest hollywood pet trend about newts. LOL !
Day 4: Here's a picture of a kitten I found. Isn't it cute!
Day 5: Blog hits are doing down. Thinking of starting another one. Any ideas ? LOL ? Anyone ?
Day 6: Noticed I've been defriended by most of my facebook chums. Urgh! LOL!!
Day 17: This is John's mum. He hasn't been around for days. If anyone knows his whereabouts please comment here.
Day 45: This is John's mum again. Did John have any friends or tell anyone he was going away ? We're really worried!! What does LOL mean ?
Day 56: FS! Jailbroken Iphone 4 Only $25.69 see www.tinyurl.ccc/28h3h/zeus/hack! FREE STUFF! LIMITED OFFER!
Day 2405: This blog has been terminated due to redirections to malicious malware sites.
The flip side: the rest of society:
Paraventure's are great aren't they? It keeps the bores off the street and out of the pubs as they cook up their next mind numbing paraventure. Keep wifi out of pubs campaign 2011: no proto-novellists, bloggers, or people who dont want to converse in person thank you. Anyone fancy a pint ?
-The neutral side-more...
A series of books. Currently 6 books, with the newest being titled: "Harry Potter & the Half-Blood Prince." The premise is that wizards and witches (and mythical creatures) exist, but are hidden from normal society. Centres around the boy for which the series is named, and his enterprises at a wizarding school.
-The Good Side-
This series is highly inventive, and just what the fantasy genre has needed to dig itself out of a slight rut it's been in for a decade or so. The author, (J.K. Rowling,) has been able to let Harry grow with his readers, with the first book being whimsical and light-hearted, and each succeeding novel become darker and darker, or more mature, whatever one's particular viewpoint is. Another talent that Rowling posesses is the ability to still keep an air of innocence and that same whimsy of the 1st book, with the darker, outer layer of her more recent works.
-The Bad side-
As with many series, there is one group who can make a mockery of said series. One group who always tarnishes the goodstanding and innocence of said series. In this case, this group may be divided into two distinct, but similar sub-species.
The Fangirl. - This is the keening, 15-year-old who partners the two amle protagnoists into gay love-affairs. This wouldn't be so bad, not bad at all, (in my opinion, I've got nothing against homosexuals,) if these pairings weren't of them pouding eachother's asses. The ages of these two people are 16. Or 15, a...