|1.||It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia|
One of the funniest shows on TV, airs on FX.more...
It's about 4 people that own an unsuccessful bar (Paddy's Pub) in South Philly. Each episode has a different theme, and covers many controversial topics including: abortion, gun control, physical disabilities, racism, sexism, religion, the Israeli/Palestinian situation, terrorism, transsexuality, slavery, incest, sexual harassment in education, the homeless, statutory rape, drug addiction, pedophilia, nuclear proliferation in North Korea, child abuse, mental illness, gay rights, bulimia, prostitution, cannibalism and Nazism. - and that's why I like it
Dennis: Dee's brother, funny, only thinks of himself, always trying to prove people wrong, thinks he's gods gift to women, always cutting corners, completely self centered, drinks a lot, and is always impressing Charlie
Charlie: retarded, school dropout, drinks a lot, makes a lot of funny puns, likes to play different characters, is highly influenced, lives in a dump and eats cat food to fall asleep, always wears his piss drenched pj's, and is known as the infamous 'Green Man'
Sweet Dee: Dennis' sister, trying to fit in, hates her life, always comes in last - always prone to sexism, tries to get guys but can't because of the crowd she hangs with.
Mac: thinks he's a badass and can be a bouncer - like Swayze in roadhouse, quick witted, always calling everyone bitches, always failing
Frank: the dad of Dennis and Sweet Dee, played by Danny DeVito, usually the brains ...
An abbreviation for the show It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, which is one of the most enjoyable shows still airing on TV today. It is currently on its 5th season, and has covered some of the most controversial subjects of today's society.
The show surrounds the astonishing lives of 5(originally 4) people, the owners of Paddy's pub, an unsuccessful bar in Philadelphia. The 5 constantly get into massive trouble, and each show plays a story out on a completely separate theme. There is a constant supply of new characters and old ones introduced, with a few musical numbers and some hysterical propostals.
Drew - "Hey man you up to watch some Sunny tonight? I have a party lined up, we'll have the first 3 seasons playing all night."
Austin - "Yeah man I can't wait, I love Sunny."
A popular way to shorten the name of the FX show "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia", filmed at the real Paddy's Pub in Philadelphia. Yes, this is the show with Devito. Funny shit always abound. If you don't like it, fuck you.
J - "Did you see that new episode of Sunnydelphia?"
E- "Hell yah. I can't believe Mack banged Dennis' mom... but that shit was hilarious"
It's what you get when you run your mouth in front of psychopaths.
Made famous in "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia".
Liam McPoyle: "That's what you get, Charlie! You get forkstabbed!"
The term 'paddy wagon' is of English origin due to it's use to pick up drunk Irish louts (paddy's) from pub brawls.
It is commonly used across all prior English colonies including Canada, Australia, New Zealand and many others.
Contrary to other postings here, the term 'divvy van' is unbeknownst to any Australia on my extensive MSN list, nor have I heard it in the 47 years I've lived here, so I'd say it's someone attempting to coin a phrase.
Mel Gibson refers to a paddy wagon in a (intended) slip of the tongue (due to Australian roots) in the movie Signs, "We took some of your friends downtown already in the back of a paddy wagon."
|6.||Gail the Snail|
Minor character on the American television show "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" aired on the FX Network. Gail the "Snail" is the cousin of Dennis and Dee Reynolds. She is a glommer at family functions, is very irritating with the annoying habit of slurping her spit while holding a conversation with you, and the only known method for getting rid of her once she has glommed on to you, is to douse her with a huge quantity of salt. Salting the "snail" acts as a repellent as it causes her to shrink from your presence. She is know to puff medical marijuana at family funerals, drink monster energy beverages and dry hump shirt-tail relations all night long and go to local raves with glow sticks. She will proudly show too much skin at family gatherings, boasting that she has become more confident, has grown into her body and is no longer a virgin. She has an affection for giving hand jobs to her uncle Frank under her mother's kitchen counter, but her technique results simply in the mashing of Frank's penis. Gail is also referred to as the "Garbage Pail Cousin" and likes to "wake and bake".
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What's the crack? What's the craic?
Officialy: What's the craic? Craic being an Irish language word for good times/ gossip/music/ drinking/ debauchery of any kind/ or good clean fun.
Not specifically linked to crack of the crack-cocaine definition.
If asked this question by an Irish person, you are expected to give a reply which includes information on how you are, what you are doing, where are you going, with whom are you going there, have you any interesting gossip one might like to hear about, and so on. It is a question to which there are many possible answers, and it is used with great frequency on the Emerald Isle.
Can be used in a variety of ways:
1. Q: What's the crack?
Possible Ans: The craic's great/grand... I've got a new job workin'wi' the council. I got steamin drunk last night and ended up went with that Paddy Doherty from the co-op and I'm wrecked today. Any craic wi' you? OR There's no craic at all. Any craic with you? (i.e. nothing interesting happening here at all)
2. Q:How was the party last night?
Ans: It was brilliant craic .....and so on
3. Q: Where's the craic?
Ans: Try Mickey D's house, there's a session going on there (night of drink/ women/ music etc)
4. Q: Any craic?
Answer: Yes, did you not hear the craic? Mary from Shantallow is up the duff (pregnant)