Many, alot, infinite, inmeasurable, abounding, bountiful, copious, countless, numberless, numerous, plentiful, several, sundry, teeming. Usually used when refering to objects, or people. This means that there is a large or immeasurable quantity of a said object or people, such as enemy combatants.
1: "How many reds out there?"
2: "There's a shitstorm of them"
Exceptional teamwork. The result of many people collaborating and doing something amazing.
Refers not to a mob mentality, nor an in-group mentality, but to true cooperation, with the goal of either creating great art or doing anything else that is positive.
Coined by Dj Fony of Lansing, Michigan, USA and is the name of a Dj Fony album featuring many collaborators. (spelled with a lowercase "t")
Teeming with amazing artists who put in werk, this album is called "teemwerk"
adjective. 1. Saggy and wet. 2. Disgusting and teeming with disease.
That cunt was fucking FLOOPPY, dude!
Gayest private school in Orange County. Teeming with rich white kids who drive mercedes and bmw's to school that their parents bought them.
You go to sage hill?... you fag.
Aka Union Street, Plymouth. This squalid street is actually the city's 'clubbing mecca', and on most weekend nights resembles a warzone. At 2 in the morning the filthy nightclubs discharge their equally filthy clientele onto the streets at the same time to eat half cooked greasy junk food from dodgy kebab shops, brawling, f***ing, and puking like it went out of fashion. The streets are constantly lined with police vans, and teeming with Plymouth's 'beautiful people' ; drunken matlows, shaven headed, townie thugs with tatooed knuckles (and that's just the women), and a motley array of sluts of a variety of ages who look not unlike the prostitutes that work the red light district nearby! In other words, like the Gaza Strip, Union Street at best resembles a warzone, and should be avoided like the plague (which incidently broke out there only last week).
"Fancy going out clubbing in Plymouth, like?"
"No f***ing way, Union Street is like the bloody Gaza Strip on a Saturday night!"
The Boondock Saints is my favorite movie because it inspires thought, has humor, it's a different aspect of film because there is no hidden romantic agenda with a woman with one of the brothers, neither of the brothers die to over-do the dramatics... there is enough dramatic in it with roccos death that it doesnt need anymore. it is a perfect example of a classic film that everyone should watch.
if all the popular kids like it and quote it and it gets annoying- that doesnt mean the movie isnt good that just means that they want to be even more popular and they want to be in... has NOTHING to do with how good the movie is or any of the such... some people shouldnt let other people decide what movies are good and which ones arent... i like the movie because it is a good fu**ing movie, not because some people DONT know about it... and if more people know about it i will be even more stoked because then when all saints day comes out they will make the right amount of money and recognition for such a great story line and film... *cough emo rebel cough*
"destroy all which is evil so that which is good may flourish"
"and shephards we will be, for thee my lord for thee, power hath decended forth form thy hand that our feet my swiftly carry out thy command, so we will flow a river forth to thee and teeming with sould shall it ever be, in nomine patris, et filii et spiritus sancti"
"perhaps it should have been a rule o' wrist"
"all the boys, tell me how you make them laugh, what a crack up you are, you know what they call you?" "the funny man" "the funnyyyy mann... im having a shitty day, im depressed, tell me a funny joke.."
"Dinosaur eyes take in a wider view, bending in at the edges like a glass globe filled with water. Nothing is gray or drab or dull; rather they see swimming particles of color, a moving mosaic of dancing colored specks. As we would see a starscape in the night sky, they see a sparkling "lifescape" in the woods by day, a world teeming with life.
Some humans see with dinosaur vision, Bix explained: artists, poets, and children. But for the rest of us, as we grow older, the mammalian part of the brain clouds over the reptilian part, and drains away a little glory of the world." --James Gurney, "Dinotopia"
Rose lenses or dinosaur vision, I tell you life is still glorious. Or at least, I want to believe that it is. Give me screwdriver so that I might fix these damned glasses!