|1.||Swollen Moose Knuckle|
When a man has tight pants, it gives him moose knuckle (see definition). When he see's an attractive male/ female, he begins to get a chubby which increases the size of the moose knuckle giving it the appearence of being swollen.
Dude Blake was wearing some tight ass pants the other day and i was laughing at his moose knuckle. Then when he saw me, he started to get a chub and he got a serious case of swollen moose knuckle. What a faggot ass!
(n.)An Edifice Complex is a serious budget-busting illness that typically manifests itself on modern college and university campuses. Soon after their inauguration, an incoming university president will frantically and feverishly fall all over themselves to relentlessly badger wealthy donors and students for the purposes of leaving a mark with their name on it on the campus by constructing a new, over-priced, prime parking lot removing, ten-story structure post-modern eyesore whose purpose is solely to house administration, their support staff, and grace the cover of university brochures and websites. Faculty and students then are given the vacated, broken down, second and third string buildings for use as classes and offices.
Friend 1) Dude, I barely made it to class on time, even though I got on campus forty minutes ago! WTF?!
Friend 2)Well, my friend, out new president's got Edifice Complex so bad he took out all the prime parking to construct another building with is name on it. And then tripled the price of a parking permit to pay for the damn thing.
Friend 1) Oh sweet Jesus crap!
Shoegolf is a game similar to traditional golf except that, instead of playing with golf equipment, the players launch shoes into the air by kicking. The object of the game is to hit a series of “holes,” (i.e., objects such as tree trunks or any handy ground structure) in as few kicks as possible.more...
The game is believed to have been invented by a student at the Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire in 1968. The student, Frederic Shaw, began playing golf with friends on the Swasey Parkway in Exeter by kicking shoes and using tree trunks along the parkway as holes. For many years, shoegolf remained an obscure sport. In recent years, however, the sport has begun to catch on among college students, and at least one web site on shoe golf now exists on the Internet.
Shoegolf’s rules are loose and adaptable to the players. As played in the Shaw family since the 1960s, the players assemble on a lawn, beach, parking lot, or any open area. Unlike traditional golf, where players are usually grouped into parties of 2-5 people, the number of players in a shoe golf party is limited only by the available space. Some shoegolf games in the Shaw family have consisted of as many as 30 players.
The only equipment needed for shoegolf is a shoe. The shoe can be any kind of footwear, although most players use rough heavy shoes that will not suffer from the trauma of being kicked about repeatedly. The shoe must be a natural one and it is considered to be a violation of ...
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Incorporated June 5, 1837
- Mayor Bill White
- City 601.7 sq mi (1,558 km2)
- Land 579.4 sq mi (1,501 km2)
- Water 22.3 sq mi (57.7 km2)
Elevation 43 ft (13 m)
- City 2,208,180 (4th)
- Density 3,828/sq mi (1,471/km2)
- Urban 3,822,509
- Metro 5,628,101 (6th Largest)
- Demonym Houstonian
Time zone CST (UTC-6)
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Area code(s) 713, 281, 832
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Houston (pronounced /ˈhjuːstən/) is the fourth-largest city in the United States of America and the largest city within the state of Texas. As of the 2007 U.S. Census estimate, the city has a population of 2.2 million within an area of 600 square miles (1,600 km²). Houston is the seat of Harris County and the economic center of the Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown metropolitan area—the sixth-largest metropolitan area in the U.S. with a population of 5.6 million.
Houston was founded on August 30, 1836 by brothers Augustus Chapman Allen and John Kirby Allen5 on land near the banks of ...