t-dog is the nick name of a rapid, deadly King Charles that hails from Monkstown, Co. Dublin. Some would say t-dog, who also goes by the name of Tex, is the spiritual son of SP.
T-dog T-dog my special little boy, T-dog T-dog you bring me so much joy
Food. It's food people. Kickass Mexican food, with a Texas twist. Can be found at places such as El Chico's.
The difference between Tex-Mex and (authentic) Mexican food, is that Tex-Mex has more flavor.
She didn't like the bland enchiladas at Los Rojo's, but the ones at the new Tex-Mex place had a lot of zip.
Someone with a sense of pride in their home state. Someone who, although they may not wear boots and ten gallon hats, still feels like a cowboy. A texan sticks to his word, and is generally polite and friendly, but won't take shit from anyone. Not all texans are from Texas (ie. John Wayne), and not all those from Texas are texans (ie George Bush). A texan is also a person who can use the word y'all correctly, know that phrases like "yep" or "I tell you what" are sentences in themselves, and knows what real Mexican food is. And for the record, not all Texans are conservative, and none sleep with their relatives: that's Arkansas,
guy 1: How did that guy who just save a baby from a runaway car, beat up a gang of nazi bikers, and get dates with five different nubile supermodels in 3 minutes?
guy 2: He's a texan
Curse used to describe no-name, generic, cheap brands of products that are a pale imitation of the real thing and frequently disappoint the consumer.
Can be used to describe Petrol Companies, Phone companies, Utilities companies and other service providers who overcharge for essential commodities that you can't live without (usually when their name also sounds like Shitex).
Occasionally used as a singular curse when one is vexed.
Derived from the Scottish word shite and the commonly used suffix tex which is presumably Texan in origin.
"This Shitex Cola tastes like soap!"
"We got the phone bill from Shitex today!"
"I can't believe how much fuel costs at Shitex!"
Spread-out city that is sweaty and stinks, (so I don't know how anyone can say it's the best place to work out), near a place they call a beach that really looks like a 3-yr-old's sandbox where they puked up their lunch, where every hick-ass drives his big-ass "texas-sized" pickup truck, and therefore thinks he owns the road, and where everyone has to have a hurricane escape route so they can avoid spending 24 hours on the interstate to drive to Dallas, where living really isn't as cheap as people would like to think it is (unless you're okay living in a crack-house apartment complex, or a really nice, cheap house NEXT to the the crack-house apartment complex due to no zoning laws), where they don't have any concept of what grass REALLY looks like.
So you got the nation's biggest med center...big fucking deal. Try finding something better to brag about...George Bush and Ken Lay are from Houston...oh wait...they're both idiots!
I's from Houston, but I don pronounce it like a normal American...here we says Yew-ston, y'all.
|6.||General William T. Sherman|
United States nineteenth century general most well-known for his leadership of the Federal "Western" army in 1864-1865 during the American Civil War. He also fought against Indians in the American West after the war.more...
General Sherman is the originator of the modern concept of "total war." In moving through Georgia and then into the Carolinas, Sherman devised a strategy of deliberately targeting civilians for attack. He also targeted the homes and personal property of the civilians of the South who posed no military threat to Union forces. Such targeting of civilians for attack had been considered immoral at the time. The goal of such a strategy was purely utilitarian. It did not matter who morally deserved attack on this view, but instead the only question became the total number of lives saved versus lives lost as well as aggregate gains and losses in supplies and property.
During the siege of Atlanta in the summer of 1864, Sherman decided to order the bombardment of distinctly civilian areas of Atlanta with the express purpose of terrorizing the civilian population into pressuring the Confederate military and political leadership to surrender. Civilians, including slaves, were killed as intended by General Sherman and his subordinates. Confederate General John Bell Hood protested the targeted killings of non-combatants as uncivilized and inhuman. Sherman ignored the appeals by Hood to target only Confederate military positions and personnel. His infamo...
Katie Scarlett O'Hara is the main character in the novel and movie, *Gone with the Wind.* In the story, Scarlett is the oldest daughter of an Irish/Catholic immigrant and his French aristocratic wife in mid-nineteenth century Georgia. The family builds an opulent plantation they name Tara just south of Atlanta in Jonesboro. Scarlett loves her father and her home but is otherwise completely self-absorbed.more...
Before the Civil War, Scarlett is the coquettish belle of the ball attending soirees where she flirts with and torments young men who fall in love with her beauty and burning sexual energy. Scarlett is in love with melancholic Ashley who is love with Melanie. At one of these parties, Scarlett throws herself at Ashley as they are alone in a drawing room. Ashely rebuffs her advance and withdraws. Scarlett throws a vase against the wall in a rage only to find Rhett Butler lying on the couch who has overheard the previous exchange between Scarlett and Ashley. Rhett is immediately intrigued by Scarlett's beauty and energy as are most men. The audience, though, immediately recognizes that Rhett is the man for Scarlett. He is the only one who can tame and domesticate her, which is what she needs.
The story unfolds as the tension builds between the two properly matched couples, Ashley/Melanie and Rhett/Scarlett. Scarlett resists Rhett while being intrigued by him as she marries several other men along the way toward fi...