|8.||He Who Walks Behind|
A demonic entity from the Outside known as a Walker in the Dresden Files novels. He can be summoned only by mortal magic and was sent after Harry Dresden by his guardian, Justin DuMorne, when he resisted an enthrallment spell.
Harry was able to defeat He Who Walks Behind, thanks to the special timing of his birth, which supposedly gives him the power to kill Outsiders. This was not without injury however, and he bares a scar on his soul that can be seen by those with the Sight.
He is also one of the many entities that can sponsor power for a ritual, and was used for a particularly powerful entropy curse against Arturo Genosa's associates in Blood Rites.
"You who is marked by He Who Walks Behind!"
The feeling of regret after one has controlled their impulse to buy something (usually expensive), and then later returned to the store, only to find that their intended purchase has already been bought by someone else. The opposite of buyer's remorse.
Jack had serious saver's remorse after he returned to Nordstrom to buy a sick pair of Rock and Republic's he saw a few days ago, but found that they were completely out of his size.
|10.||[that's how I roll]|
popularized by Jack Black in his "Anchorman" cameo after he punts Baxter off the bridge.
it means "that's how I do things, if you don't like it, too bad. I am an independent person and I scoff at your preconceived notions of society."
Ron Burgundy: "wait, what are you doing?!"
(Jack Black punts Baxter, Ron's dog, off the bridge)
Jack: "That's how I roll"
|11.||[pulling] a [sean]|
When one character, not necessarily named Sean, proclaims that s/h/it "needs more independence" and promptly slinks away,emotionally speaking, from the relationships. The devastation left in her/his wake is not always intentional
|12.||That's What I Said|
Used as a substitute for that's what she said/that's what he said in certain instances:
1. You are alone, talking to yourself, and realize no one else is around to say "that's what s/he said" but it's such a good one you can't pass it up.
2. You are trying to seriously flirt and the other person is trying to be respectful/appropriate/otherwise no fun.
3. You are making fun of your own whorish tendencies to cheer someone up.
1. Having just returned from a great workout you proclaim to yourself, "That was long, rough, and I will probably be sore tomorrow but it was worth it!"
After realizing no one is around to take advantage of this opportunity, you can't help but hesitantly say, "That's what I said...?"
2. Person A making appropriate conversation about something: "It's pretty hard but I like a challenge."
Person B in overly sexual tone: "That's what I said."
3. Someone in your group of close friends is in some real trouble and exclaims: "Fuck me!"
You: "That's what I said!"
Your friend: "Hahaha, that is a true story you ARE slutty...laughing makes me feel so much better about how screwed I am!"
|13.||Dean's List Stunna|
This term was originated by Derrick M.J. Francis. A Dean's List Stunna is someone who is driven by academic achievement. Failure is unacceptable. A Dean's List Stunna can be male or female. He/She always tries to make the best grades, gets the pretty ladies and throws the best parties. He/She is found on the Dean's List at the end of the semester. He or she isn't a nerd, but a Dean's List Stunna because he/she's so cool with it.
He's always talking about his grades and about how he's on the dean's list...
That's because he's the Dean's List Stunna
|14.||lollipop in sheep's clothing|
Someone who at first appears to be a wolf in sheep's clothing. Then (s)he turns out to be sweet inside and out.
Not only does she smile a lot - she's also a really great listener. What a lollipop in sheep's clothing!