This is sex when the female partner is on her period. Having periodic sex is not recommended and can get quite messy.
Jordan was so horny from not seeing stacie for months that they decided to have periodic sex. Her bed never smelled the same.
|2.||Periodic table of awesomeness|
Much like the periodic table of elements, but the elements are replaced with awesome things, and the name is changed to something much more awesome
Schools should stop teaching kids about the periodic table of elements. It is much more important that students learn all about the periodic table of awesomeness.
|3.||The Fifth Element|
Boron, the 5th element on the periodic table, symbol "B". Used in weak acids and some alloys.
Teacher: "Give me the name of the fifth element on the periodic table"
Student: "Thats easy, its Boron"
001. A song by Nirvana.
002. A song by Evanescence (my personal favourite)--the best track on The Open Door CD.
003. A medication used to stabilize manic-depression.
004. An element on the periodic table.
001. I'm so happy. Cause today I found my friends. // I'm so lonely. And that's ok.
002. Lithium, don't want to forget how it feels without... //
Lithium, I want to stay in love with my sorrow.
003. "Don't forget to take your lithium tonight, or else you'll be manic tomorrow..."
004. "I always forget lithium when I'm trying to memorize the Periodic Table of Elements!"
A male period.
It is John's time of the month, he is having a 'periodic seizureistic'.
The gayest of the elements.
It is often left out of periodic tables because it can be viewed as offensive.
Can be used to describe a physical attribute of someone or something.
Connor: did you here about the new element they discovered?
Dilon: No, what is it?
Connor: It's called Fagatopium but the teacher said she wouldn't put it in or periodic table.
Connor: Cause she thought it was offensive
Dilon:Her periodic table is just like fagatopium, gay.
Tactic used by police, in which protests are smashed by police coercing protesters into a small space and then keeping them there by surrounding them and attacking anyone who tries to break out or asks to leave. Normally combined with verbal abuse and periodic baton charges against the protesters. It is basically a form of inhumane and extrajudicial imprisonment.
Those held in pigpens often include not only protesters of all descriptions (and not only the ones cops claim to be targeting), and also anyone else who's on the scene, e.g. tourists, journalists, shoppers, local residents.
The tactic has been used fairly regularly by British police against anti-capitalist protesters at events such as Mayday, Disarm DSEi and also at animal rights protests (all of which rely on small numbers of mobile people in small groups to cause disruption).
Referred to as "corralling" in pig-speak; pigpen is the usual term used by protesters. I've also heard it referred to as a kettle, because it's identical to the tactic by this name which was used by the Russian army in Stalingrad.
On Mayday 2001, protesters and assorted others were kept in a pigpen for over 8 hours (with the exception of a large contingent who, led by the White Overall contingent, the Wombles, managed to break out). There were no toilets, no proper medical facilities and it was pouring with rain, and cops made periodic attacks on the crowd, forcing people closer together. There was a real danger of a Hillsborough-style crush, although the real purpose of the attacks seems to be to get "riot" footage to put on the news, so as to make excuses for the cop violence.
Those oppressed by the pigs in this way included also a large number of shoppers on Oxford Street, workers who were returning home, and even two German tourists who cops wouldn't let leave even when they showed their plane tickets - they missed their flight as a result.