the girl with brown curly hair and huge tits
Senior one: "Did you see Jill today? Man.. that shirt she was wearing..."
Senior two: "And she wonders why her nickname is 'freshman with big-tits...' haha"
An attractive older man. Generally, one that has gray hair and is often desired by younger women.
That Sean Connery may be old, but he sure is one silver fox!!
Noun. Adj. version "limerent."
The sheer shining moment and a brief period of time when a person falls blindly and intensely in love. Limerence is a temporary condition that fortunately goes away, allowing the love-er to come up for air and see a person or situation for what it is rather than what they want it to be. Limerence is being high on love. This condition makes people believe that they have found their soulmate.Usually followed by a crashing blow - the manic becomes depressive.
"I was in limerence for the entire semester of my senior year, when I had three classes with him. I was so excited I could hardly breathe. He was good, he was kind and everything he said was wise nad witty."
Verb. To blow off an assignment or an exam. To bs.
Use is it as a substitute for "screw it"
It has been suggested that the word's origin can be derived from the following mnemonic:
Second Semester Senior= SSS=S^3=S cubed=Scube.
The word is believed to have originated from monta vista\ high school in early January 2006 when seniors found themselves feeling malaise and apathy towards all their AP classes.
Sam: I spent six hours watching reruns of Friends, Seinfeld, and Gilmore Girls yesterday.
Frank: So did you study for the AP government test?
Sam: No, I'm gonna scube that.
Sam: Pelkey assigned three major projects due before the AP test?
Sam: That's smart. Anyway, Ima scube 'em.
The inner-city Birmingham of the early Eighties was a tough place for a young black man to grow up. Racial tension exploded in vicious race riots in 1981 and again in 1985. The West Midlands police were regularly accused of over-zealous and heavy-handed behaviour, particularly when it came to the random stop-searching of black youths. There was also an ever-present threat from the far right.more...
It was in this climate that some of the city’s young men began to band together for self-protection. Meeting up in a fast-food restaurant in the Lozells district, the loose-knit group planned to carry out vigilante patrols to protect the community and fight the injustices being overlooked.
One of the founders of this fledgling organisation was fork-lift truck driver Arthur ‘Super D’ Ellis. A good-looking man with the gift of the gab, he had fathered two sons—Nathaniel and Marcus—by the age of 19. His relationship with their mother had ended and by the time Arthur began hanging around with what had been dubbed the Johnson Crew he had moved on to pastures new. His relationship with a pretty girl named Beverley Thomas would also come to an end, but not before she had given him three more children—twins, Charlene and Sophie, and a son, Michael.
As the Johnson Crew grew, so the threat from the far right began to recede. And with unemployment in inner-city Birmingham running at 20 per cent, moving into crime became a way to make a living.
The gang members were very close-knit...
one step down from band geek on the heirachy of bands
freshman: "yeah, im such a band geek!"
senior: "the fuck u are, ur only a band dork, freshie"
A series of introductory classical Latin textbooks for middle or high school level. Features humorous (whether intentionally or not) readings about the adventures of the family of Gaius Cornelius, a Roman senator, at the beginning of the first century A.D. Other characters include: Aurelia, Cornelius's wife; Marcus and Cornelia, their son and daughter; Sextus, a troublesome boy who is living with the family; Davus, the overseer of the family's country estate; Flavia, Cornelia's best friend; Eucleides the Greek tutor; Geta, a runaway slave; Valerius, Cornelia's husband 15 years her senior, and Uncle Titus, the worst arbiter bibendi of all time.
Literally translated, "Ecce Romani" means, "Look! Romans!"
"Where'd you get those Latin skills?"
"Ecce Romani, word!"
"Oh, man! Our carriage has been stuck in a ditch for nine days! This is an Ecce Romani-esque scenario."