|1.||freg nischt kehn fragges|
Yiddish phrase that means "don't ask any questions".
Er iz a feygeleh. Freg nischt kehn fragges!
Acronym, "First Lady I'd Like to Fuck".
Refers to any wife of the President whose physical attributes make one want to take her to bed and sex her up.
Coined by "The Daily Show" with Jon Stewart.
Dude 1: Fred Thompson's wife Jeri Kehn is a total FLILF.
Dude 2: Actually, the '08 election is starting to look like a FLILF festival.
|3.||geh tren zikh|
Yiddish phrase that means "go fuck yourself!"
'kh hob nischt kehn koyekh. Geh tren zikh, putz!
To pull of an attack by use of jumping from your left foot into the air while saying said noun and thrusting your fist upwards. Connects usually in contact with chin, may be avoided by lifting your right arm as to guard. While performing said technique, you may earn a value of "points" in addition to an optional perfect.
Made famous by Ryu from Street Fighter.
Dragon Punch, ultimate uppercut of doom.
Mike: Hello Xav, how have you been doing today?
Mike: *flies in the air with chin raised high, bruised* Uwa~ Uwa~ Uwa~ -hits ground twice, laying unconscious-
Xav: *lands onto ground and poses with arms folded*
Score Counter: brrrrrrr -this continues for a while- rrrring.
An expression tagged onto the end of a negative statement. A common term in the class of 96/97 Kowhai Intermediate school, Auckland, New Zealand.
"Gotta dollar?" "Nah Butz does your mum.."
"Wotta butz kehn..."
1) A combination of the words "Freakin'" and "Fine"... - "Freakin' Fineee = Feenkin'"
2) A term used to describe a noun; person place or thing. Mostly a person, though...
3) A term you should not yell inside a school because it may be mistaken for another word. But when in public, you should yell it towards a guy/girl.
"Dude, look at that chick, she's FEENKIN'!!"
"Oooh, damn girl! Look at that stud, he's FEENKIN'!!"
"Oh snap, man, that gal has a FEENKIN' booty."
Means Don't this is a correction of the other word in this dictionary who say 'Scottish' people use the word when it is atcually Edinburghians (people from Edinburgh, Scotland) who use this word. It is usually accompanied by 'ken' meaning know also used by Edinburghians not Glaswegian's.
I dinnae ken! Meaning I don't know!