a form of a third party gender, or non-gender variant.
Claiming to be out side of the gender definition, or having no gender at all, Jimmy identifes as Gender-X.
On the fifth 'date' (see High Fidelity, Hornby et al 1995) a 'relationship' state (q.v.) is mandated to come into effect by 'law' (see Feminism). Exceptions may occur: where a 'third base' (see American Pie, Biggs et al 1999) state arises prior; where 'sex' (see Genesis) arises prior; where otherwise precluded by marriage of either party to third party (see adultery).
"My approach to relationships has always been something of a 'touch and go' affair: I touch; they go."
1. When the best, or only, appropriate response to a situation is a facepalm from a third party, because words just cannot describe the full extent of thoughtlessness or idiocy as is evident.
2. When you see firsthand, or hear about, somebody doing something so stupid that you cannot imagine said person NOT facepalming themselves, so you facepalm out of pure sympathy.
This textbook is facepalmtastic because the publisher let the author get away with saying this:
"Cultural Studies insists that culture must be studied..."
Dines, Gail and Humez, Jean M. "Gender, Race and Class in Media" 2 ed. page 10.
Friend Who is A Girl
Used when referring to a third party with an as of yet unspecified or ambiguous gender when such a distinction is critical to the context of the conversation.
Guy A: So my friend Alex wanted me to come in the store to buy tampons but I was like no way!
Guy B: Hold on are we talking guy Alex or girl Alex?
Guy A: Sorry, my girl friend Alex wanted me to ...
Guy B: Wait wait since when aren't you single.
Guy A: Christ, I mean my FWAG Alex wanted to ...
when your friend is going out with another person, and they invite you along for the sole purpose of making sure the third person doesn't think it's a date.
in effect, your friend asks you to come along, just to defuse the sexual tension and make sure nothing happens without them having to verbally reject the other party.
note: Sex Buffers work best when you and the third party are of the same gender so they don't try to invite a 4th person to make this into a Forced Double Date
Guy 1: hey what did you do last night?
Guy 2: i went to the bar with that girl i was telling you about...
Guy 1: niiiice. did you hit it?
Guy 2: no! she brought her roommate as a sex buffer. he kept getting in between us and cockblocking me.
somebody that smokes weed. here are the different types of stonersmore...
Drop-Out Stoner Stereotype.
This is the most common stereotype. Drop-out stoners didn't graduate from high school because they skipped most of their classes. They were always getting into trouble and sneaking around. You'd find a drop-out stoner in the bathroom trying to hide his smoke. They usually sounded like they had accents from California and they never washed (or changed) their clothes. They drove really crappy cars (usually vans with a mattress in the back) and were always getting tickets. The police usually knew them by name.
Drop-out stoners usually had lots of room mates. That's because most of them couldn't keep their fast food or movie theater jobs. And the only reason they wanted a job was to buy more weed. They were always late to work and looked like they had just woken up even if it was 9 in the evening. They didn't talk about much other than marijuana and getting high. They usually didn't own products like shampoo or toothpaste and thought of such objects as secondary to the weed they wanted. They would only buy weed in nickel or dime <myspace>size</myspace> bags and always owed a bunch of money with promises to pay back later.
The drop-out stoner was the typical stoner of the movies. They never had girl friends, they played jokes on the jocks, and they dropped out of school.
Morbid Stoner Stereotype.
The morbid stoner always listened to metal and pinned up pentagrams on...
JC Denton (fictionally born 17 March 2029) is the player character and protagonist of the first-person role-playing computer game Deus Ex. He is voiced by Jay Anthony Franke in both Deus Ex and its sequel, Deus Ex: Invisible War.more...
What the letters "JC" stand for is never revealed in either game. According to Harvey Smith, an idea was considered during development that the character would be a descendant of Jesus Christ. Warren Spector stated in an interview that the player was originally to be able to choose the gender of the character, with the ambiguity of J.C. being a "nice, unisex name" to flow with Denton. Although the feature was not implemented, the name was left unchanged.
JC has solid, bright blue eyes as a result of nano-augmentation to enhance his night-vision, which he obscures by wearing sunglasses. In the PC-version his hair and skin color can be chosen by the player at the start of the game from a pre-generated set; changes made to JC's appearance affect those of Paul as well.
JC's origins are muddled in the game. In Area 51