- shortened version of T.W.S.S. or T.W.H.S., meaning "That's what she said," or, "That's what he said," respectively; generally used when authority figures are around in order to make a joke without getting in trouble
- origin: inspired by the use of "That's what she said" on the TV show The Office; T-Dubb was first used on June 28, 2008 in room 235 of Candlewood Suites in Lansing, Michigan while playing rock band
Officer: (giving driver a breathalyzer test) You need to blow harder.
Wealthy Elitist Traditionalist Hispanics:
A rising population of people under Hispanic origin emerging from South America (Argentina, Chile, and parts of Brazil) and Central America (Puerto Rico)who hold considerably high status in Worldly Society. They live lifestyles based upon rigid societal manners and place great emphasis on etiquette and traditional Spanish and Hispanic customs such as elaborate ,yet conservative social gatherings. Favorite pass-times include golfing, rowing, polo, tennis, squash, swimming, and sailing. They are known to dress conservatively and in bright summer colors embodied in solid colored polo shirts and deep scarlet blazers. Typical dress also consists of chino pants or khaki shorts as well as more modern light washed jeans and white sneakers. Their signature shoe is the moccasin. Favorite vacation spots include Vieques, Puerto Rico and, surprisingly, many places in the state of Maine and in the many popular vacation spots of New England. They also attend elite schools and colleges, though the place of education is not as significant as the level one obtains.
The lifestyle has been noted to be considerably similar to that of the W.A.S.P. way of life, from which it is thought to have been adopted.
Onlooker: "He looks of considerable status."
Onlooker #2: "He attends Yale as an undergraduate. He's supposedly of one of the W.E.T.H. families from down in Argentina."
Onlooker: "How interesting..."
Onlooker #2: "Indeed."
A TV/comic series about 5 high school girls who get magical powers and save the world.
The acronym W.I.T.C.H. comes from the girls' first names: Will, Irma, Taranee, Cornelia, Hay Lin.
It sounds horribly cliche, but it's actually pretty awesome.
Random chick 1: OHMIGOSH, I just watched like 14 episodes of W.I.T.C.H. today on Youtube. IT'S SOOOOO COOL.
Random chick 2: Oh please. Read the comics, I'm telling you, the TV series is horrid.
Murrow is short for Edward R. Murrow H.S.more...
Murrow is high school in the Midwood section of Brooklyn dedicated to the arts and academics. It's considered one of the more prestigious high schools. It has no sports teams and a chess team that has been the number one in the nation a number of times (but stop anyone in the hall and no one will be able to name a team member for you).
Murrow goes by it's own system being an "optional educational" school. There are no bells to signal the end of a period and periods are called bands and they're lettered. It also goes by the quarter system and each bloc of that time is called a cycle. Murrow students get 8 report cards and parents can never comprehend the fact that half of them don't mean anything. There are no lunch periods but there are OPTAs (free bands) where students can eat lunch, roam the halls (and "murrow it"), do homework, or basically whatever they feel like.
The Murrow student body roughly consists of the following:
49% W, 23% B, 13% H, 16% A
Of the white kids, half are probably Russian and half of those Russians wear Juicy or Diesel (and that's all their life is about) and the other half of the Russians are OTB and very awkward. Even so, they're all archetypally smart.
The other half of those white kids are from areas such as Park Slope
adj. Someone who often acts in a very homosexual fashion, who resembles a beetle and/or who has a high hairline at a young age. It is the word "brown" but spelt out to add emphasis on the homosexuality of the person in question. B.r.o.w.n.s' hobbies generally include pirating DVDs and performing brownrubs (see "brownrub"). Oftentimes, b.r.o.w.n.s can be found within a circle of b.r.o.s.
Ugh! James Woods is such a B.r.o.w.n., although he is a good actor.
MSA acronym of the infamous Australian graffiti artist crew,more...
the Melbourne Suicidal Assassins;
active mainly in Melbourne (also in other Victorian areas, and Adelaide and Mt. Gambier, in South Australia) from the mid-1980s; arguably one of the greatest and most talented graph crews produced by Australia, of course its creation inspired by the original and greatest of all, the New York graffiti scene. How-ever 'talented' and/or 'artistic' its members were, they were well known for their hardcore activities and indulgences, sometimes resulting in members' deaths, hence their behavior living up to their name 'suicidal'. Interests of the group included death metal music, a singular addition to the normal hip-hop association of graf crews (resulting in the sometimes used Mass/or Melbourne Satanic Alliance/Allegiance tag), and excessive drug and alcohol consumption. M.S.A. were actively pursued by various police groups for their prolific graffiti of urban infra-structure including Australian trains and also were accused of engaging in occult-like practices and satanic activities, possibly actually involving the associated group, S....
Short hand used in textmessaging.
Where The Ho's At?
(Example text conversation)
Jesse Saa: IDK, i'm barely getting out of work.