Lehiyamus pedofilius: A Jewish boy of a slim, anorexic body type. Extremely selfish, and often creepy, it is believed that Trabouts endure unusually abnormal and abusive childhoods. Only its pectorals enlarge through vigorous weight training; the remainder of its build does not develop. Trabouts have a nasty tendency to over apply cologne and themselves to prepubescent girls.
Animal researcher: *In a heavy, australian accent* Aye would you look at this one. This is a fine Trabout. You women would not want to come across this one in the dark.
Young, innocent girl: aww it's so cute!
Animal researcher: Trabouts are tricky, ugly and disgusting creatures. They always have something up their sleeve, and with too much alcohol, you can be asking for a whole lot of creepiness.
When something strange or inexplicable occurs (usually when observer is on a substance), it can be called a "seize up".
When something of an extremely weird nature occurs, it can be called a "horrid seize".
This term was originally coined by the few that got bare stoned in hughberry's forest of wonders back in the day.
"I was on shrooms and i looked up into the sky and there was a Buddha made of clouds. It was a seize up."
"I can't physically move, this is a horrid seize."
Another way of saying that something is cool, awesome, or sweet.
This is cooshtie, things can't get much better than this.
Me: I had your mum last night Brian.
Brian: Aw, cooshtie.
1) Unusual, weird, worthy of notice. This is now the most common usage of the word. "We're both wearing the same shirt today, how ironic!"
2) Describes the act of doing something with self-conscious humor or for kitsch value. This is a recent meaning, and usually refers to an article of clothing worn by a hipster. ex: "Does he actually work at a carwash, or is he just wearing that shirt to be ironic?"
3) adj. (antiquated) The opposite of the expected or intended result. This once-popular meaning was originally the only correct usage of the word, but it has now fallen into disfavor. It is still used occasionally, but is considered outdated and pedantic. ex: "I find it ironic that a song about irony should contain so few examples of it."
(advice from a small-town Midwesterner to a New York writer) "Just remember that the difference between your people and my people is that my people bowl without (being ironic)." from Self-Made Man, Norah Vincent
A five piece hardcore band from New York City. Daxflame's interesting sound mixes heavy guitar parts over 8 bit video game sounds, but are also known for and not limited to very intricate prog parts with all types of odd time signatures and polyrythmes.
Daxflame shows often resemble a party. There are times when people are invited up on stage to dance to there more electronica parts, this tradition often results in at least 18 people dancing in an unorganized manner on a small cramped stage.
The band is in the process of writing/recording there first album, witch with a little bit of luck will come out never.
Daxflame includes, two guitars, two synths, drums, drumpad, a sampler, and an electribe. This is the reason that they are notorious for taking so long to set up, but they do there best.
There current line up includes:
If you want to check them out, go to myspace.com/daxflamemusic
"why did Daxflame name there band after that youtube guy?"
"Daxflame is weird"
"when does Daxflame go on"
"oh god Daxflame is next"
"Daxflame soungs a little like Horse the band!"
Something/someone who is weird or wack.
"I'm not having a good time. This club is alias."
"You need to get some friends. You're alias."
A channel that showcases white people doing stupid, sick, crude, weird, crazy things, including suburban secrets type of situations and the opposite of what minorities do.
On Lifetime, I have seen a movie "Perfect Husband: The Scott Peterson Story", one movie that deals with a victim being abused as a child, a father who's a perverted pig, alcoholic redneck inbred wifebeating husband who's also mean to his children, kids doing drugs, a sick man arrested for sex-related offenses such as child molestation or kiddie porn (John Mark Karr), killing a child (Richard Allen Davis), killing a wife (Scott Peterson), killing their own relatives, Yearning for Zion Ranch in Texas in 2008 where women and children were abused, incest, etc. To put it in a simpler way, this is what you get when you put together Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Melrose Place, Desperate Housewives, City Confidential, Silk Stalkings and Suburban Secrets. Things you NEVER see in the real movies, except for Monster, the biopic of serial killer Eileen Wournos. There was no movie about Richard Allen Davis or John Mark Karr, but those names are used as examples of the sick things that happen. Lifetime channel is somewhat of an exploitation channel.