a verb which is also an acronym
(you say LA like the stereotypical little girls skipping down the street back in the 80's-90's going lalala)
"Why is that girl all happy and LA'ing to herself over there?"
"Eh, guess she's BLAH'ing"
making jokes about someone
Addi was la-la-ing about Kaveh
|3.||ooh la la|
Generally preceded by carrying on or letting loose with the gang after a night of wild partying and fun. A public display of overt, high-level faggotry, unparalled by any other display of gaiety or fierceness. Over-the-top cutting up, reading and doing shows usually denote an ooh la la.
On the cab ride, we were cutting (up) and ooh la la-ing so fiercely, that we forgot to pick up our crazy sistah.
The mental state acheived when a small group of like-minded friends 'shroom' up. To continue this state, additional intake of ecstacy, coke, bongs or alcohol is recommended.
The best way to achieve this state is to get hold of 6 packs of magic mushrooms and distribute them amongst 3 friends. Following consumption, wait approximately 52 minutes for symptons to reveal themselves. These may include mass hysteria, extreme laughter and possible barfing.
Once symptons have been achieved, howl like a Werewolf!
Chomp, Chomp, Chomp.... La La La, Aaaarrrrrrggggghhhhh, Gggggrrrrrr... HHHHhhhhhaaaaaa, HHHHHhhhaaaaa, barf, sssnnnnnoorrrrtttt, and....... relax.
YOU'RE JUST JEALOUS YOU DON'T LIVE HERE, bitch. 1210 for life, and if you don't know what that means get the hell out of my town. WE DON'T WANT YOU OR YOUR F'ING NEGATIVE COMMENTS...
So I went to the La Jolla beach, all of them, and kicked all the NOR CAL and ZONI's out... they just dont belong! IF you say Hella, get the "hella" out!
|6.||a la mierda|
A Spanish slang meaning to not give a fuc*ing damn about something. Literal translation : (To the shit) with that!
«¡a la mierda con eso!» “I don't give a damn about that”/or “screw that!”
Also note «à la merde» as the french translation
The act of placing unnecessary @ signs (a la Twitter) before people's names on non-Twitter social networking websites, blogs, etc. when responding to their comments.
Using the @ as an affectation.
"Yes, @Fred, I think that's a great idea. @Donna, what do you think?"
Dude . . . why are you @ing? Just use names!