A nice way to say "I'll get you whatever you want"
Hungry guy: "What do you have for breakfast?"
Waiter: "A lot"
Hungry guy: "A lot of what?"
Waiter: "A lot-of-everything"
Hungry guy: "I like it!"
|2.||university of virginia|
A provincial university full of uppity attitudes, racism, gender- and nationality-based discrimination and dull, suffocating conformism. If you take a stroll around campus any day, you'll see the armies of drones, one like another, dressed in Arbercrombie like in uniform, even their faces and eye expression are that of robots.more...
The university demands students to report each other on "academic cheating", which includes reporting your buddies collaborating on homework--they were pushing it on students via university website. Everywhere on campus, you feel the eye of the Big Brother on you--well everything is very orderly and peaceful...like in a grave, sort of... God forbids you dress or look alternatively or exhibit human qualities. Due to isolated location and lack of social opportunities, the school has a lot of bored to death, old fart married professors seeking relations with young thing students. University of Virgina is known for shunning personal creativity; one example would be local student newspaper demanding to remove 'disgusting' exhibit of modern art, just because it's not in harmony with "classical" architecture of the university. The school is known for putting down anyone who doesn't speak perfect English and doesn't "fit in" in general, due to general local "Southern" arrogance and exclusive attitudes. The school's real motto can be summed up as: "You must fit in...
|3.||Call of Dutist|
A person who believes that he knows everything about the military just because he plays a lot of call of duty games.
"I'm telling you, people in the army do 360 quick-scopes with a sniper."
"Shut up you call of dutist"
|4.||United States of America|
located in North America between Canada and Mexico, it used to be a great place, and it still is, sort of.
has a lot of problems stupid people in the government don't know how to fix because they are obsessed with power. the only place where more and more money is dumped into union schools and kids still get lower test scores(solution: charter schools, but union leaders are too fucked up in the head to realize what's right). a lot of people around the world now hate us, and they don't have a good reason to. america is the world's policeman. what power would have stopped Hitler from taking over the world, huh?
home to various races, and the government here is more racist than the people.
media is everything, and entertainment is one of our main focuses over being productive.
trashy people are everywhere, but there are a lot of good people too.
America: good and bad!
Am I proud to be an American? uh...yeah...ok
United States of America: home of the...most obese pop.?
The US is pretty much going down the drain.
kaya is our daughters name
she is always on a high and we have heard that "kaya" means high!
kaya is a beautiful creature.With the greatist knowledge of music and all the love that anyone can take .
A lot of energy too much energy
kaya=beautiful creature with a lot of love for everything .
kaya=manipulater of parents to get her own way
kaya=musical master at 8 years old !
kaya= cool as a cucumber kid..
kaya=one in a million !
kaya= one of the greatest kids on this planet
The mother of the modern city, to which in one way or another every other city in the world is compared. Always something to do here (if not everything), but it's generally the best idea to visit in fall or spring, when the city's weather and appearance are at their greatest. Summer, particularly August, would be a no-go: not only is it hot and humid, but a lot of people have gone on vacation, so there's comparatively less to do. If you have to go in summer, try anywhere from late May to early July. I'd recommend, among a hundred thousand other things, kayaking on the Hudson River — don't worry, it's clean, not to mention it's free.
Jack: "I went to New York in August and it sucked."
Jill: "No wonder, you fool; you went in August when it's hot and nasty and everyone's out of town. You might as well have gone to Calcutta. Come back in the fall and you'll enjoy yourself."
Two months later...
Jack: "I went back to New York and it kicked ass! I'm glad I listened."
Jill: "See? I told you."
Jack: "Let's go back next year!"
A boring, phony, sterile "city" in Westchester. Has a lot of malls though little culture, flavor, or character to it. Basically a more built-up version of affluent suburbia, calling it a "city" is misleading.
White Plains just seems to perfect to me...it seems more planned than evolved, unlike Yonkers, a haphazard mess of everything.