an unwanted feeling of frusteration and disappiontment, expieranced on sundays (although it has been known to have been felt as early as saturday). this feeling occurs as a result of one comming to the realisation that their weekend has come to an end, and that the following day, a new and rigorous week of work will begin. upon first expierancing this effect, the remainder of ones weekend is generally ruined, as every feeling will be overidden by dissappointment of the impending future.
Trevor: Aww shucks James, you sure havent been yourself today, what's the matter?
James: *sigh* It's nothing, just that i can't believe this weekend is over...
Trevor: Let me guess. It seems as if no ammount of happiness could possibily overide the dissappointment you feel in your realisation that tomorrow is the start of yet another ordianary week, during which you will be forced into doing the same generic and repetitive tasks that you will be doing for the rest of your life.
James: Wow, it's as if you know exactly how I feel.
Trevor: You, my friend, have the sunday effect.
joyous exclamation of comprehension, state of realisation or enlightenment enhanced by feelings of mild euphoria
‘Ahh...shetty! That’s how you split an atom’, or :
‘From thumbing for a lift outside the Nutbush City Limits, I managed to hitch a ride with the Crazy Frog, but after travelling for an eternity listening to nothing but shoe-gazing Norweigan black metal on repeat I realised I was none the wiser - I was still a good three miles from Shetty Town’.
A word to describe sudden realisation. To cover up the word shit.
"Oh shnips...Im the only one wearing pajamas...oh it was crazy hair day..
|4.||"Why am I wearing pants?" moment|
A moment of sudden realisation. Derived from the feeling felt when one is home alone and realises that the act of wearing pants is futile.
Man, I just had a "Why am I wearing pants?" moment: Edward Norton's character didn't have a name for the whole movie!
Chatspeak for "Sudden realisation of the truth"
It represents the two circles are suddenly shown the right way by an invading stick. they are separated and see the truth - all of a sudden.
In a chatroom somewhere:
Stuart: Goodness gracious! What is it, Maddy?
Maddy: I am beautiful!
Stuart: You realised your beauty at long last!
*blazed* When you do something abnormally bad but because you're blazed you've come to the realisation that there's nothing you can do.
Then you've fucked it.
blazed bad bad man realisation Fucked it - When you kick your monitor off and it smashes and normally you know you'd be like "I'll have to buy a new one :(",
This has two distinct phases:
Phase One optimism
Incurable optimism on the part of at least one person that the "Season of Good Will" has the power to somehow magically prevent arguments/fights between all those people in the family with well-known socially dysfunctional personal qualities and/or antagonistic issues with other
similarly-minded family members.
Phase Two realisation
That same senior family member hates being wrong about anything and gets annoyed that nobody kept the peace after all.
Last time aunty Doris came for Christmas she didn't leave until March because of the Family Crisismess