|1.||New York Marathon|
This event consists of ejaculation, twice in one session of masterbation. There are no breaks allowed and porn must be used to conquer this masterfull feat. It is named the New York Marathon because to accomplish this feat you need to have physical and mental endurance. Just like the Nike motto, JUST DO IT.
I got blue balled so bad that i had to do a New York Marathon to get all the cum out of me.
In general what it means to be a New Yorker:
One that has lived life (ie. live 10x in life, versus most other places in the world where you only 1x in life)
One that doesn't have time to waste, as he/she is experiencing human life on this planet to the fullest
One that understands and lives to the motto: you only live once (and/or for women, you are only hot once)
One that is not afraid to live/speak from your default self/soul state and core essence as a human being, versus from your ego state (as in generally superficial places like LA/OC, etc.)
Ie. New Yorkers speak from their soul, and do not need to put up fronts/characters/fake social conditioned politeness ego selves(in order to validate themselves) to live human life at the core essence/fullest
NYC Tourist: Where are we
Jessie the New Yorker: At the center of the universe
NYC Tourist: I don't understand
New Yorker: There is no other place where the concentration of people are the cream of the crop than where you are standing now
are kids who would cop polo gear and thats all they'd wear. also associated with double L's, love and loyalty, Lo, Polo USA, etc. Lo-Life is a culture coming from ralph lauren polo gear and the 5th element of hip-hop: fashion. Centered in New York, but some heads in D.C. and Philly. Rapstars of this culture include: Rack-Lo, Lo-life, Mayhem,Thirstin Howl III, Ralph lo, Polo Rican.
get the picture?
Lo-life motto: money, hoes, and clothes.
"yo those lo-lifes be geared up in some serious polo fits"
Ridgefield is a village town, we have no fast foods or chains,yes that means no McDonalds. We have 10 banks and 10 Italian resturrants. We have so many Banks beacuse everyone in this town people have multiple accounts beacuse they have so much money. Just driving into town you can see by the houses and cars people have enough money to stop world hunger. Our Main street is filled with boutiques that will cost you a small fortune to shop at. Your not aloud to have neon signs, only "open" signs. We have no boweling alley, no movie theater and nothing that would interest night life. Our nickname is "Richfield". To live here you have to have money, what we consider poor is a millionare. The houses range from 500,000 to 35 million. We have some celebrities. If your lucky you might find a condo at 400,000.more...
Our school system is rated the best around but if you asked the teenagers that live it, it different from the ratings. Every high schooler has tried pot once and they all drink alcohol regularly. Most kids do alot of drugs beacuse we have money from daddy and we spend it on drugs. The high school has dealers, for awhile it was the security guards till they got caught. We smoke in school, no one really cares. No one gets suspended. The high school is filled with girls who are absoulute sluts a...
|5.||the windy city|
As you already may know, "the windy city" was actually a phrase used by the city of Chicago to promote their breezey beaches. LATER, a writer for the New York times used it as an insult for the boastful manner of Chicagoans during the world's fair. It has also been used to describe their politicians, whose lies and false promises have lead people to say they are "full of wind."
So if a know-it-all tool says to you, "You know, Chicago isn't called 'the windy city' because it's windy," you can say, "Fuck you. Yes it is."
Term created by Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin in the mid-1960s to refer to "members" of the Youth International Party (YIP!). The YIP! was dedicated to merging New Left activism and the hippie counterculture to create a revolution that would be both personal and political--as well as fun. Yippies tended to gather in large cities, particularly in Manhattan's Lower East Side, where Rubin and Hoffman both lived during the 1960s. Yippies rejected all -isms, including socialism and anarchism, in favor of the motto of "Do your own thing"--i.e., don't conform to a specific system of belief but rather be an individual. At the same time, collective action was at the root of Yippie activism, and Yippies participated in "be-ins" (normally associated with hippies) and other collective gatherings. And although the YIP! did not promote any one -ism (and, despite Hoffman and Rubin's involvement, was a self-proclaimed "leaderless" movement), the "party" was extremely leftist, advocating social justice for all and arguing that all property--including housing, clothing, and food--should be FREE. The Yippies' most famous actions include the attack on the New York Stock Exchange (when Yippies threw money to the floor and watched as those below fought for it) and their involvement at the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago, at which they nominated a pig for president. Much of the Yippies' activism consisted of guerrilla street theater and symbolic acts (such as that at the NYSE) to ma...more...
The main catch phrase of the 45th vice-president of the United States, Al Gore.
"Hillary, if you run on the Anti-Man Bear Pig platform you'll definitely win the Democratic nomination. Excelsior!" - Al Gore