An irrational measure of time that is based on no man's reality, Windows time constantly changes values and bears no resemblance to reality. Basically, time on a sliding scale.
Husband (on cell phone) - Don't worry, honey, I am coming to get you, I'll be there in 10 minutes.
Wife - Is that real time or Windows Time?
A unit of measurement equal to the amount of time OR money that something requires. Requires a sliding scale as the purchase price of beer may vary depending on location.
The train from Brussels to Amsterdam is four beers long.
The Hostel near the Red Light District costs about 12 beers a night.
A measure of good or bad based on a sliding scale called the "Delkus Index". The Delkus Index works much like a golf score in that the lower the score, the more desirable the thing being measured. The D-Index measures from a +10 (highly undesirable) to a -10 (highly desirable). The rare "zero-Delkus" score occurs when a situation is equally good and bad. Named after Pete Delkus, a local meteorologist who had a promising career as a minor league pitcher but now spends time miscalculating the weather for a Dallas news channel.
"What did you think of that movie?"
"Mad Delkus, bro. Bad acting, bad special effects and too much chick-flick crap. I might hit that with a +8 on the D-I."
|4.||Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|
This massive game spans the entire state of San Andreas, with visits to three major cities patterned on real-life counterparts. There's Los Santos (based on Los Angeles), a gritty blur of smog and violence; San Fierro (based on San Francisco), and Las Venturas (based on Las Vegas), a midnight wonderland crawling with money, sex and corruption.more...
There are dozens of missions, hundreds of secrets, tons of vehicles and weapons, and all kinds of stuff to do.
Stuff like recruiting gang members, swimming, building property, riding bikes, eating, working out, getting a haircut, attracting the ladies and much, much more.
-Welcome to San Andreas
Welcome to San Andreas, possibly the largest console game ever made. Veterans of the series will marvel at the fact that SA feels about five times larger than Vice City, with enough core missons to keep you busy for dozens of hours.
-What's to Do?
As always, there are a series of missions dedicated to forwarding the expanisve story of San Andreas--the story of you, Carl Johnson. After being away from the hood for five years after the death of your family members, you've returned. The problems that plagued you are still there... and have gotten worse. It's up to you to set things right, gain respect, and deliver the hood from evil. As you progress through the game, you'll drive and steal countless numbers of vehicles. You'll notice that when you get in certain vehicles, you will be able to push a button and trigger special missio...
|5.||Low Shutter Speed|
-the disorder of a victims sphincter not closing in time during a questionable fart, in turn releasing poo into said victims pants. Must happen on more that one occasion during a day to qualify. Victims with illness may be void. (decided by closest peers, on a hilarity sliding scale. ie. amount, frequency, smell, and victim's initial reaction upon release of said shart)
Victim: "Hey smell this fart! (plop) Oh, No!!!!!!! Curse this LOW SHUTTER SPEED! That's twice in one day now, god dammit!"
friend: "Oh, man! Classic, dude! Your running out of pants faster than the nursing home on enchilada night!
Victim: "Shut up!"
Friend: "You might wanna get that LOW SHUTTER SPEED looked at, man."