|50.||Hakk Dis M8|
An account in runescape...
I dare someone to try to hack it... i dare you, yes you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Mwuhaha! Now lets see how many n00bs try to hack this account.
(you will get a free addy armour if u try, this is not a scam- not a scam-come hakk dis m8)<< quote from some loser noob who will try to hack this account and.. well ill leave it up to you to see what happens.
The password is "omega"
"I am ze french demon mage!!!"
1) A phrase used by idiots for any type of scam.
2) A specific type of scam. The operator (often from nigeria) of the scam promises "investors" that their money will be doubled in a certain number of days. The operator depends on the money provided by later investors to pay off his obligations to the earlier investors. This turns out splendidly for the early investors (assuming that it takes off), but later investors get the short end of the stick, as no more people are enrolling. At this point, the operator usually takes the money he has left and runs. This generally sucks for the later investors. Not that I care, because you have to be a total dumbass to enroll in a ponzi scheme anyhow.
1) Bill: these people are trying to make me think I can get a free iPod for answering a survey. Looks like a ponzi scheme to me.
Me: Bill, you dumbass. That's not a ponzi scheme.
2) Just great. I just got another one of those get-rich-quick spams. I'm amazed that anyone buys into ponzi schemes.
A scam of the goverment of British Columbia designed to rip off drivers and place absurd regulations on new drivers.
Often refered to the Insurance Corporation of Ba**ards and Cheapstakes or ickybicky.
ICBC forces new drivers to go through a 9 month LEARNER's stage, then does not permit them to carry passengers. This is an example of
phrase used in Ireland to describe a slippery customer, a rogue, a charlatan, someone who seems upstanding or innocent and mild but who never misses an opportunity to screw you over, scam you, rip you off or hide their farcical f**k ups, blame everyone else for the s**t they cause and generally lure you into their Machiavellian trap... unsurprisingly generally applied to cowboy politicians, corrupt rich tax evaders and their ilk
1. Peader: Ah sure Seamus I'd be doing ye a favour if I bought them there sorry lookin' cows of ye for tuppence.
Seamus: Ah would you go and shite ya cute hoor, I'm not a feckin eejit! They're worth their weight in spuds!
A person who is trying to scam you for cash (not a "thief" who will just take the money, or "scam artist" who is trying to scam you out of more than money), usually in a setting involving a transaction that would normally be no big deal
"That chisler tried to raise the price from $15 a bag to $40 after I came out to meet him!"
Don't listen to all these racist bullshit stereo types, I'm a Gypsy and I'm not a "bad" person at all, I don't steal or scam people.
There are two types of Gypsies out there, there are the ones who still live by their traditions (speak the Rom language, don't date outside their race, work as psychics, etc) and there are the ones like me who live just like everyday people work 9-5, go to church, school, etc.
Not all Gypsies are thieves and liars just like not all blacks are ghetto and dangerous, and not all white people are bisexual pedophiles.
Punk rock's only poet, Patti Smith ranks among the most influential female rock & rollers of all time. Ambitious, unconventional, and challenging, Smith's music was seen as the most exciting fusion of rock and poetry since Bob Dylan. If that hybrid remained distinctly uncommercial for much of her career, it wasn't a statement against accessibility so much as the simple fact that Smith followed her own muse wherever it took her -- from structured rock songs to free-form experimenting, or even completely out of music at times. Her most avant-garde outings drew a sense of improvisation and interplay from free jazz, though they remained firmly rooted in noisy, primitive three-chord rock & roll. She was a powerful concert presence, singing and chanting her lyrics in an untrained but expressive voice, whirling around the stage like an ecstatic shaman delivering incantations. A regular at CBGB's during the early days of NYC Punk, she was the first artist of the bunch to get a record deal and release an album, even beating The Ramones to the punch. The artiness and the amateur musicianship of her work both had a major impact on the Punk Movement, whether in New York or England, whether among her contemporaries (Television, Richard Hellmore...