A purple and green-spotted dinosaur world famous for being on the self titled pre-k daytime TV show "Barney". His annoying voice oh-so-cheerful disposition and plastered-on smile have charmed kids under 5 for many years now. Fortunatly for the sane population, Barney has lost some of his popularity over the past few years,much to the disappointment of his parental fan-base. With any luck this dancing dino will be an example of pre-k pop-culture gone extict.
Barney has hypno powers. He can make rowdy 3-year-olds sit down for a whole HALF HOUR! Who could have guessed??
Is the acronym for "Don’t Defeat Yourself." As the expanded notation would imply, it is a word that can be used to identify or describe an action or situation in which the individual inflicts severe harm emotionally, physically, socially, or monetarily to himself without any direct assistance from a third party. Although DDY does imply itself to be a type of warning or advice for a future event, DDY is commonly used in all three tenses: Past, Present and Future.more...
The most common form of DDY is emotional trauma. Usually, DDY occurs when an individual is attempting to interpret the behavior or intentions of a member of the opposite sex. It is equally common for an individual to “DDY” himself again while trying to decide what course of action to take. Please note DDY is not to be confused with self reflection, meditation, or deep careful thought. DDY is the process in which the individual intensely cycles a small sample of thoughts in order to force form a supposedly thought out conclusion. Every DDY conclusion is irrational and is wrong, thus being DDY. If the forced conclusion turns out to be the correct decision, then that decision was a good decision under pressure not DDY. DDY conclusions by definition must be wrong and absurdly in conflict with a well thought out solution. A “DDY-ed” or a “DDY-ing” individual will display and behave in a combination of confusion, stress, distress, panic, dissatisfaction, disappointment, worry, and indecision. Individuals ar...
Enacted by Ben Tillman against the University of South Carolina to doom the school, as a whole, to what it is presently.
Dude 1: What's all this about the "Chicken Curse"?more...
Dude 2: THIS IS SOUTH CAROLINA FOOTBALL
Following the 2003 season South Carolina has an all-time winning percentage under .500 (494-502-44), which ranks 88th all-time in D-1A football...only 29 programs have been worse. A few of the notable football programs who have been better than the Gamecocks include such powerhouses as: Duke, Western Michigan, Toledo, Navy, UAB, Central Florida, Ball St., North Texas, Nevada, East Carolina, Houston, Northern Illinois, Utah St., San Jose St., Vanderbilt, Akron, Baylor, UNLV, Kansas, and Rutgers just to name a few. This is Carolina Gamecock football.
In the 59 seasons Carolina has been affiliated with a conference, they have won that conference once...the ACC in 1969, with a 7-4 record. Since the Associated Press began ranking football teams in 1936, the Cocks have finished in the Top 20 of the rankings only five times in the 67 years. Carolina has never finished in the Top 10 of a major recognized poll...NEVER. The first year of Gamecock football was in 1892, Carolina won its first bowl game 103 years later under BRAD SCOTT. In 109 seasons of football, Carolina has yet to participate in one of the “Big 5” Bowls (Rose, Sugar, Orange, Fiesta, Cotton). Guess what? As Carolina is set to begin its 110th season of collegiate football, they have won 10 or more games in a single season once. In 110 seasons, Carolina has won more games than it lost only 50 times. In 110 seasons, Carolin...
Its a psychedelic drug. Pretty dangerous, actually. The most important thing everyone needs to learn and understand is that it is indeed a mild form of acid. The trip is just as intense, although it only lasts 5-10 minutes. But it feels like forever. From past experiences, I always say bong it. The smoke tastes disgusting from a pipe or joint, and it burns extremely fast. The trip was everything I thought acid would be. I remember taking 1 hit of 20x from a bong, and thinking it would be a disappointment. But before I even exhaled, I had no idea what was happening. For me, the beginning of the trip was dream like. I advise disgression with this drug. Don't do it alone...you'll flip your shit. And it's not like weed or alcohol. There's no way to "play it cool" in the middle of a salvia experience. Everyone will know you're tripping balls.
BE CAREFUL WITH SALVIA. Seriously.
NOT AS EASY AS THE PREVIOUS POSTS SAY
triple c messes you up.more...
i was coherrent with 16 and was able to pull off being normal. i was walking but didn't feel my feet touch the ground. bright lights seemed to pop out like a 3-d book. you get this feeling like you're floating and that you're looking at the world through a glass. you're not really there, you're just observing the world but you're not really there. it was fun
i soon upped my dosage. my next time a can recall, i had taken 24 and was having interesting trips. at this point, you can't really do anything other than lay in one spot. my friend and i were tripping that we were grasshoppers and suddenly the walls felt like skin. at this point, you really CAN'T get away with it infront of your parents like others have said. you can't really speak or move much because there's just too much going on in your head.
now this one, the one that made me stop doing this stuff...i had never really came down from my high over a three day period (this stuff is extremely addicting) and decided i'd take one more big dosage before i came down for the week. i took about 32. i was in hell. horrible horrible trip. i was tripping that i was myself, but years later, completely relient on this drug. i was chained to a wall, severely malnourished and sickly (like a more grotesque version of golum from Lord of the Rings). all i wanted was this drug. no food, no water, just the drug. complete silence surrounded me, other than the ambient disturbing A Clockwork Orange style s...
The Gaasebamp is a quantifier of personal or inter-personal drama in terms of anger, sadness, disappointment, and hatred. It is a relative scale, denoted as the "bamp" for short. Its name established from "Goosebumps" in October of 2008 after an awkward conversation with an overseas family member who was far from proficient in English, the Gaasebamp can now be used as a quantifier for negative emotions.
Starting from 0 to 1000 Gaasebamps is purely drama, no lives are at immediate risk but people will be angry, sad, or scared to a mild degree.
Past 1000 gaasebamps the unit changes to Megabamps, at which point the quantifier (Mb) entails physical injury, and this scale goes from 1000 to 1,000,000 bamps. Under the conditions of severe emotional distress, the Megabamp unit is replaced by the Megabremp unit, which does not entail injury or loss of life, only mental anguish.
Past 1 million bamps, lives are being lost; the unit name changes to Gigabamps. This system has many potential implications for studying sociological interactions; news media can use it on live television as a means of conveying a scene's intensity. Theater teachers may require students to emanate a certain number of bamps.
"Girl this is my man! I can't believe he'd even sleep with you!" has a reading of approximately 750 Gaasebamps, relative only to the woman taking charge of her man, assuming also she is physically large and is angered greatly by infidelity.
"That guy pushed me into the street and I got hit by a slow-moving bus" has a reading of about 350,000 Gaasebamps, or 350 Megabamps (or 0.35 Gigabamp, if a vital organ was damaged and the individual could die given circumstances).
A live news crew filming a natural or manmade disaster: "The scene here has a reading of approximately 15 Gigabamps or 15,000,000 Gaasebamps-- we're talking about massive loss of human life, everything is inundated!"
The consequences of greed and colonialism by modern nations has done to other nations over 9000 Gigabamps.
When you're anxiously awaiting a text from someone you're very attracted to and interested in but instead you receive a text from one of your friends about an unrelated and unimportant subject. Usually accompanied by feelings of disappointment often followed by anger at the one who interrupted the state of mind you were in and got your hopes up that the special person was actually going to text you.
Most frequently used in the past tense as "jished"
-"So I waiting for this hot girl I met last week to text me back and Jake totally jished me to tell me about a dump he took."
-"I didn't respond to your text because you jished me and it pissed me off."