|29.||The Hangover Paradox|
A result of the hype surrounding the 2009 movie The Hangover.
Everybody who first paid to see it expected it to be terrible. They were all surprised by how good it was.
These people recommended it to their friends, thereby hyping it up.
Their friends went to see it, expecting it to be brilliant, only to be disappointed by how it wasn't as good as they were expecting.
= The Hangover Paradox.
Jim: Hey Bob, you wanna see a movie? How about "The Hangover"?
Bob: Sure, but it looks pretty crap.
Bob: Dude, that movie was so much better than I thought it would be!
Jim: Yeah, I'm gonna tell Jon to see it!
Jim: Jon, you've gotta see The Hangover! It's awesome!
Jon: Thanks man, I'll go see it this evening!
Jon: That was pretty disappointing. Not as good as I thought it would be.
Jim: Huh, I thought it was better than I was expecting. Guess I created The Hangover Paradox.
So-called "love bruises" are typically the result of physical abuse. The victim is often shamed into thinking that the bruises are their fault. The victim make try to explain away the bruises by making them out to be an act of love. This is not healthy.
Often the physical abuse is preceded by emotional abuse and attempts to control or manipulate the victim, e.g. name-calling, telling him or her who they can be friends with, disabling the victim's vehicle to prevent them from leaving, etc.
Not the same as a love bite.
After loosing her virginity to Edward Cullen in the "Breaking Dawn" book, Bella woke up with so many bruises that she started trying to figure out which ones would be the hardest to hide. This is not a Good Thing.
Twitard: "omg sparkle vampires iz so hawt! Edward can bite my pillows, break my headboard, and bruise my body any day!! They r just love bruises and it proves how much he loves her!!11!!1"
Twitard T-Shirt: "Bruises are love.... share the love!"
Me: *punches the Twitard in the face* "Just sharing the love"
Smart Person: "Bruises are not love. Love is respect."
The greatest city on earth. We're kinda the West, we're kinda the North, but we're more MidWest. The women are hot, the people are nice, the food is good, and sometimes the (not usually) Vikings and Twins kick ass. Yeah we're not as famous as Chicago or Detroit, we're one of the most dangerous cities in America, and yeah, you most definetly will not see celebrities on a day to day basis but we are still the shit. And we're still better than like: Colombus, Ohio.
Minneapolis person: Sup homie! Howya doin! Want a beer? Want some money? Its all guud!
Colombus person: You're not as good as Detroit, you're a wannabe!
Minneapolis person: Bitch ass! what the fuck you say bitch? Huh you little fuck? Me and my bitches gonna come fuck you up bitch? We gonna burn down yo stupid ass city dibshit. Then we're gonna go with our lady friends cuz we're from Minneapolis.
Well it's better than cd's (by a long shot).
Can be used for playing frisbee. Although I would not reccomend it.
Can be a pain if you don't feel like putting a vinyl on the record player.
Example 1. Person 1: Man Sublime is AWESOME!!!
Person 2: Hell Yeah they are! I just got there self titled on vinyl, it kicks ASS.
Example 2: I could listen to music on vinyl, but that gets annoying putting the vinyl on. Eh, I'll listen to it on cd instead. Not as good as vinyl, but is faster to put on.
A Pittsburgh Term (thus the Carnegie) While having sex, double fish hook her and tell her she isnt as good as her sister/mother/best friend was last night, and hang on for the ride!
I was fuckin my girlfriend last night, and I was talkin dirty to her, tellin her how good she was, and I slyly got my hands near her face, double fish-hooked her, and continued my dirty talk by saying, youre so good, but not as good as your sisters was last night.... and then she tried to buck me off of her.... what a Carnegie Bullride.
1.This is a way of life that allows only for things that are seen as good. It can be applied to music, restaurants, stores, or even movies.
2.The act of surrounding yourself with good things.
3.The opposite of bad living
"Why are we going to Walmart? That is definitely not good living."
A 16-bit computer system used primarily for gaming and known for it's sophisticated sound processor.
Created by Atari, the creators of former systems such as the Atari 2600 games console and Atari XL/XE computer systems.
The Atari ST was always compared to the rival 16-bit system Amiga.
Apparently, ST stood for "Sam Tramiel", the son of Atari owner Jack Tramiel.
Atari has now been brought out by Midway.
- You seen that game called Dragon Ninja on the C64?
- Yes, it's not as good as the "ST" version though!...