A small co-educational school located in Wilmington, Delaware that aspires to be exactly like Tower Hill. However, they have not yet realized that it is entirely impossible, because they are completely second rate in academics and athletics among other things. The girls can never be as pretty or fashionable as the THS girls, because they are mostly all sluts, excluding the ones that have the decency to wear a shirt that actually fits them, and the guys can only try to copy the statements that they see THS guys making when they are at away games and such. The only shred of acceptability that Tatnall has is that some of the THS kids that leave go to school there, making 1% of the population cool. Tatnall tries to out-do THS in sports by having their own cheerleading squad, which THS does not have, but what they actually are succeeding in doing is getting laughed at. There is also a familiar stench lurking about the school, especially in the bathrooms. Basically, Tatnall is just a group of Tower Hill wanna-bes with STDs.
(1) The day that Tatnall accepts the fact that they can never surpass Tower Hill is the day that pigs fly.
(2) "I go to Tatnall. I pretend to hate Tower Hill when truthfully all I really want to do is become a hiller."
1. Definitive article.
A scatalogical derivation of the definite article "the", arising due to the over-used and over-rated nature of the "e" vowel. Used generally positioned to the front of a noun.
2. Not-so-definitive article.
A secondary derivation of the definite article "the". It's existance enhances the not-so-definitive nature of the English language, as well as the definitive nature of the noun or adjective succeeding it.
3. It's so 'teh', it ceases to be defined or even an article.
A tertiary derivation of the definate article "the" as well as the secondary derivation of the definitive article "teh" as well as the primary derivation of the not-so-definitive article "teh". Must be used only in scenarios where deemed grammatically inappropriate. The term in itself implies a sense of ostentatiousness, a sense of foreboding, a sense od delirium and a sense of altriustic narcissism. It is commonly employed to elicit a response of confusion and when used in the correct dosage may induce brain-death. Extra points are rewarded for using the term "teh" in so called 'combos' consisting of "teh"s and "Über"s. Warning: failure to urinate may result in discomfort.
Def 1. Teh cat fizzled within and without the time-space continuum because its existence was not considered a directly observable event.
Def 2. Maaaaan, that stuff you gave me last week. One word baby: TEH awesome.
Def 3. Proposition 628 is liek teh teh Über teh. Purple monkey dishwasher.
A character on the popular show "Ed Edd n Eddy" who most likely has the most fangirls in the world. I should know. I was one.
Double Dee wears a black hat (what's under it, nobody knows), redish orange shirt, and purple shorts. He is a scientific genius, and an obediant little teacher's pet. He enjoys learning and researching.
He also enjoys entomology, the study of insects.
Double Dee is forced to help Eddy with his "scams", so that they will succeed. Double Dee is the only reason that some of them come close to succeeding. Without him, Eddy's ideas would be just that: ideas. Double Dee invents things that help out.
He is the only one of the three Eds that doesn't have a sibling.
He has multiple *freaky* shrine sites dedicated to him, including a part of the Ed Zone.
Double Dee, that's so cute!
~That episode with the middle name theme.
to have ur soul up....High confidence on succeeding....
Yo imma keep my soul up when the bluhhs pass by...
a noob, who is not just a noob, but the epitomy of all things noob. he one who not only noobs up everything one does, but is guaranteed by nature to noob it up no matter how close he comes to succeeding
omg stop being a longthrow
a state of mind where one thinks about everything eg. life, god culture, music...etc and attempts to makes sense of everything, only succeeding in confussing themselves after which they get into a state that they don't want to think
you: what if hitler never died? what if i was never born? what if the sky was pink? what if..........
someone: that person has gone jillinkla
-The neutral side-more...
A series of books. Currently 6 books, with the newest being titled: "Harry Potter & the Half-Blood Prince." The premise is that wizards and witches (and mythical creatures) exist, but are hidden from normal society. Centres around the boy for which the series is named, and his enterprises at a wizarding school.
-The Good Side-
This series is highly inventive, and just what the fantasy genre has needed to dig itself out of a slight rut it's been in for a decade or so. The author, (J.K. Rowling,) has been able to let Harry grow with his readers, with the first book being whimsical and light-hearted, and each succeeding novel become darker and darker, or more mature, whatever one's particular viewpoint is. Another talent that Rowling posesses is the ability to still keep an air of innocence and that same whimsy of the 1st book, with the darker, outer layer of her more recent works.
-The Bad side-
As with many series, there is one group who can make a mockery of said series. One group who always tarnishes the goodstanding and innocence of said series. In this case, this group may be divided into two distinct, but similar sub-species.
The Fangirl. - This is the keening, 15-year-old who partners the two amle protagnoists into gay love-affairs. This wouldn't be so bad, not bad at all, (in my opinion, I've got nothing against homosexuals,) if these pairings weren't of them pouding eachother's asses. The ages of these two people are 16. Or 15, a...