|15.||School For Legal Studies|
A place full of freaks,nerds,fake girls,sluts,and players.
Me: omg this party is ridiculous,she has a man.
Her: I know right? This is such a school for legal studies
You are not my lawyer.
Typically used when asking a lawyer for legal advice online to acknowledge that they don't represent you, that their role isn't legally binding and that they won't be held accountable for their advice.
I am not your lawyer but...
Person 1 : "YANML but what should I do in this situation?"
Lawyer : "IANYL but it seems that you have no legal recourse."
Person 1 : "Right I gotcha. I don't have any "legal" recourse."
Lawyer : "IANYL."
Christaki is a derogatory term for anyone who has:
A: No legal right to be in country
B: An addiction to stealing
C: Racist tendancies
D: A bad odour or doesn't shower
It developed in the 11S gang based in Rugby England and although no one is certain of its origins, legend tells of a great evil that hid amongst the people and stole gang items.
Man 1: Oi mate did you see that bloke nickin' m' mom's shower
Man 2: Aww yeah he looked like a right Christaki
|18.||Arm Wrestling the One Eyed Purple Headed Champion|
1. Using the hands to beat the shit out of and pin down a cock. 2. A legal choke hold maneuver.
"I can't come over right now... I'm arm wrestling the one eyed purple headed champion."
Basically, she has the legal right to take your house, your money, everything you worked so hard your entire life to get, and your balls.
Nathaniel had to pay alimony to his wife Janetta after two years of marriage, despite the fact that she has already been divorced six times before.
1. a well known pedophile R&B singer
2. any person that has sexual or loving interest in minors below the legal age of 18
3. a pedophile
4. one suffering fromm pedophilia
That dude right there is tryna pull an R.Kelly talkin to the 11 year-old. The dude's 28.
yo they just got Jason on a R.Kelly charge yesterday.
Repuclicans are followers of one of two moderate right-wing idealisms currently vying for power in the United States of America.
Like most people, they are well intentioned, and believe firmly in 80's conservative thought, that society should essentially be run on the basis of a firm, fair meritocracy.
Sadly, there are many faults to this point of view. Like most ideologies it fails to take into account much of practical reality. The net result of excessive republicanism appears to be unregulated markets, social inequity, aggressive tribalism and unaccountable power structures run by a wealthy elite.
These excesses run contrary to the ideology's core values, and so it might be said to be self-destructive.
It is questionable whether the United States (and we in the rest of the free world) should be under the leadership of the present president were it not for the partisan nature of the US legal system; in particular the majority of republicans in its upper echelons.