Short for "da bomb diggity"
1. Originated in Miami and is frequently mixed with Cuban slang. Refers to anything that is really cool, even more so more than da bomb.
2. A modernized version of the played out da bomb.
3. It is also a play on the acronym DVD and can be used to refer to movies that are exceptional.
I went to see that new movie last night, and man, yo that thing was DBD yo! Oiga me flaco, man, you really gotta see it broder!
Oye acere check out my phat new ride, es muy DBD yo!
Mi abuelita's carne con papas son really DBD yo!!
Pittsburgh is a mid-sized American city, with a population just under 400,000. The city is still struggling with a transitioning economy, from the days of the steel industry, to a post industrial economy.more...
Many people have a lot of complaints about Pittsburgh. True, it does not have the vibrant art, theatre, or music scenes as New York, Los Angeles, or San Fransisco, but it is also a much smaller city.
The city has a lot of history and culture, you just have to look for it. The downtown area is full of theatres, restaurants, and art galleries.
Neighborhoods such as the South Side, Lawrenceville, Oakland, Squirrel Hill, and Shadyside can be filled with things to do. Oakland, the home of the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University, is full of great independent coffeeshops, record stores, and ethnic dining. It is also the neighborhood of the Carnegie Museums, definitely worth checking out.
The job market is not great, especially for less common professions, but there are things available if you know where to look.
Some Pittsburghers are not highly educated, or cultured. But that's just a few. And despite that, they are all friendly, (usually) happy people.
If you want a huge, totally urban, modernized city ... Pittsburgh is probably not for you. But everyone should give it a chance. There are a lot of great things here, you just have to look a little harder to find them. Ultimately, anything in life is only as good or as bad as you...
South Korea is one of the most modernized and urban countries in the world, although it is considered as a third-world country because of North Korea, where things are as undeveloped as China.
In Korea, Chinese and English is taught in schools, just like how French is taught in Canada.
Koreans may be mistaken for Japanese and Chinese people by non-Asians, but other Asians can tell them apart. They have super Asian powers! Lol xD Joking. Koreans are super cool.
Koreans come from a country called Korea which is located just below China, but are often found in many parts of America.
Acroynm for "What would Tyrone do?" This acronym is mentally or verbally stated when the subject poses the inquiry of what Tyrone (the epitomized representation of African-American males) would do in the given situation.
WWTD represents a modernized version of the acronym WWJD, "What would Jesus do?" Its usage has become increasingly popular and has begun to replace WWJD, for many find that the ability to think from the mindset of the young, black male is more relevant in today's world than thinking from the mindset of Jesus.
Jose discovers a bag of marijuana stashed in the school's restroom. He instantly thought to himself, "WWTD?"
Jamal made a purchase from a local dealer, but it turns out that the dealer had hustled him. Jamal asks his friend, Paul, to back him up while he confronts the dealer. At this time, Paul asked himself, "WWTD?"
A hairy yet modernized human being that commonly is seen in the western most regions of washington. a gentle creature by nature but tends to get a little erratic when it overindulges itself with its favorite foods. It's diet consist mainly of a blend barley with hops. if you see this creature be cautious as to whether you should provide him with these items. They will commonly respond to the name of Richard Pulliam but be very wary of this creature when inebriated.
pulliam is a wookie
1.(verb) modernized term describing an extreme state of highness due to the ingestion of any form of state altering drugs.
2. (verb) non-sexual reference, to dose some one with any form of a state altering drug.
1. dude, I'm so goop'd out right now right now
2. person 1: Yo i just goop'd Ralph
person 2: haha, wow look at him, he is tripping balls
person 1: haha I know its great
Banzai is a Japanese word almost same meaning with English word "Long live the king!!".
Direct translation is "10000 years!". Thus, it can be applied not only to emperors but to anybody anything.
The word was invented about a hundred years ago in the period of Meiji emperor era, the era when Japan opened to the world and rapidly modernized and defeated China and Russia at wars.
Ever since the word is commonly used by Japanese peopele when some good fortune occured to them in private life to official matters. Nowadays the word is nothing to do with emperors.
To Americans, banzai became familiar with the scenes of Japanese soldiers shouting when they won battles or when they committed suicidal and kamikaze attakcs. As old Japanese society never allowed Japanese to surrender, they had no choices but die, and the last moment they shout "banzai".
When somebody marry, people would shout "Banzai".
When accepted by a great University, a student would say "Banzai".