a david lynch movie...about hookers, personality disorders, the devil, and as well it had abit about talking rabbits that scared the fuck out of me.
The talking rabbit ironing her clothes was so fucking creepy i pissed myself and crawled under my bed; thank you david lynch for never letting me down :) Yippi I Love Inland Empire...
One of the three main characters from writer Matthew Reynolds' critically acclaimed fable Queer Rabbit, a 21st century tale about the ordinary lives of three gay hares romping and prancing about the prairies of modern-day America.
A smart-talking social butterfly with downey, flaxen fur, Flossy Rabbit tended bar and lived under the pseudonym Justin.
Flossy Rabbit kicked up his paws with delight when the leprechaun handed him Mariah Carey concert tickets and a bag o' lively sparkles to take with him.
British slang for the inability to shut up and not speak a word for more than a second.
Guy 1: How did your date go last night with that chick you met?
Guy 2: She was OK, but I couldn't get a word in edgeways. All she did was rabbit, rabbit, rabbit.
|4.||Skin the Rabbit|
An idiom meaning "to stop talking about something unrelated and to go back to the original topic."
Entomology: Evolved from the phrase chasing rabbits or following the bunny trails which mean to go off topic in a discussion.
Bob: so I think universal moral law is dependent upon the existence of a universal law giver.
Jim: Speaking of law giver, have you seen that new western on HBO?
Bob: oh yeah, it was pretty good.
Jim: the acting quality surprised me.
Bob: yes it was very nice. Now lets skin the rabbit and get back to the topic at hand.
Saying something 'ist kreig' means it is extreme, or 'cool' in a black-metal-fan sort of way. Black metal fans often use it jokingly if they are talking about something that is far from extreme or cool in a black-metal-fan sort of way.
1# Immolating monks ist kreig.
2# Guy 1: what the fuck? Why did you buy a rabbit?
gUY 2: Snowy the Rabbit ist kreig.
A strong fear of phones for some outside reason.
1A) Either you might be horribly afriad of being around a phone. For the chance it might ring or answering it.
1B) A fearing of talking on one of them for other reasons of your own.
2) Also it could be someone who is just very annoyed of them which makes them react making them fear it.
3) And a fear of talking with strangers on the big giant phone of DOOM!!!
4) Fear of even hearing the word phone uttered, typed, or sounding anything remotly close to the word.
1A) Kalid: Hey you should have seen Will the other day. He heard a phone ringa a spicy taco. When asked about this he mention he had telepobia.
1B) The little boy got a phone call from one of friends but wouldn't talk for he didn't like talking on the phone for he had telefobia.
2) Flippers: Did you see Glabble Snabble the other day? He saw someone talking on the phone, got mad, and went all kung fu fighting on the poor kid.
3) Diddy wouldn't talk on the phone because he was afried of talking to stangers for he thought it was DOOMFUL!!!!
4) When Mrs. Vale-Potato Tweezers was exclaim an incident and uttered the word "foam." Bowls-with-Earplugs ran out the door scream like daffy duck getting hunted during rabbit season.
Vortextualization occurs when someone (whether they realize it or not) tries to give so much contextualization regarding something (or someone, or somewhere) that they inevitably (and often inadvertently) make their statement so convoluted (and possibly unintelligible) that by the time they're finished (if they're ever finished), no one (except those with a Ph.D in Linguistics) knows what the deuce is being talked about - giving the feeling of being trapped in the vortex that *is* the current conversation (example: this whole paragraph.)more...
If a person is often led conversationally astray by rabbit trails, tangents, asides, et. al., they are most likely a vortextualizer. They will often speak with tones of earnestness and urgency, as they think that what they're talking about, regardless of topic, is of the highest importance and needs to be dissected in detail. Do not make the easy mistake of confusing vortextualizers and plain old slow-talkers. Both take an hour-plus to say ten minutes worth of stuff, but while the latter does this purely due to speed issues, the former does it because he, in his own mind, truly believes that he has more than an hour's worth of stuff to say, even though the large majority of his ramblings come down to incessantly repeating himself using different words and going down rabbit trails that have no objective relevance whatsoever. If the word "vortextualizer" seems a bit too unwieldly, "long-talker" could be substituted quite easily, with the ad...