Literally, ttt means Texting + Traveling = Tragedy. "ttt" is what you say when someone texts you while you are driving. You don't want to be rude and blow them off, so you type in ttt. In other words, ttt sends the broader message of "Hey! I'm driving right now! But I'll text you back when I've safely reached my destination." Why ttt? Basically, cause its quick and simple. It allows you to continue to focus on the road, but give a polite response simultaneously.
ttt is best used when at a stop sign, traffic light, or stopped in traffic. Although you are technically still texting while driving, it's minor. It's similar to the flu shot- you need to get a little bit sick in order to prevent getting sick for the season. With ttt, you have a text a little, in order not to text fully.
You are in the car, and your new man texts you and says "ay boo, come over and ill give you a massage."
Yes, you want to go over. No, you don't want to lose your man. But your response should NOT be "coming daddy."
Instead, it should be ttt.
That informs daddy that you are driving and will respond properly when you are done driving and the keys are out of the ignition.
Remeber Folks, THINK SAFETY!!!
|2.||I see how it is|
A five-letter phrase to either sarcastically but sometimes literally imply that you are deeply insulted or offended by what was just said.more...
The first two words to the phrase "I see" are the equivilent to "I understand".
The beauty of this phrase is that "it" can refer to just about anything, and is vague enough to seem as if you have misinterpereted the meaning behind what was just said in more exaggerated terms that have offended you much more than what was intended. It can be used to express that you are insulted or that you feel exluded or to pursuade someone into taking back a rejection or reconsider turning down an offer. "I see how it is" is sometimes followed by reasonings as to how "it" (whatever "it" may be) is how it is. It is a creative twist to the phrase "Don't be like that" or "don't be hate'n".
"I see how it is" can also refer to a relationship, and is a shortened version of "I see...
|3.||why don't you|
A generalized comeback when someone suggests for you to do something. Especially when said something is:
b) your job but you'd rather it not be
Most effectively used when your friend is right but you don't want to give them the gratification of admitting as much.
Friend1: "I really like this girl but I don't know what to do."
Friend2: "Why don't you just ask her out?"
Friend1: "Why don't you?"
When you can't wait any more.
I want to reach my potential and take it off the shelf.
It's Not Easy Being A Manmore...
1) Get up everyday and deal with crap: no one gives you a pat on the back, you are always responsible, everyone looks to you for advice, you have to run the world, run your house, take care of your family, you have to walk the dog, take out the trash, you always have to pay, you are always wrong and you can never do anything right.
2) Society expects many things out of you and then when you mess up society comes down on you. You have to go to work and put in 100% - cause you are responsible for all the bills so you can't get fired. You have to come home and give your kids attention – cause if you don’t they will be come hypersexual criminals. You have to say “yes” to everything your wife says – cause you can’t do anything right anyways and no matter what you say she won’t be happy. Where's the excel report, sorry no bonus this year, fix the sink, sign a check, kill this bug, take me to soccer, meet my boyfriend, why don’t you buy me flowers any more?
3) The new FML
|6.||eat what you kill|
A hunting policy or gun-ownership policy opposite of hunting for sport. Meaning that you should kill only to eat, or that you should never waste the meat of an animal you've killed.
A commandment to live by regarding taking responsibility for your actions. As in "you killed it, now you'd better cook it and eat it".
A path to gaining power. Ancient peoples sometimes believed that by eating an animal, one could absorb that animal's strength, agility, cunning, or general power. But only the one who slays the animal. In this case, "eat what you kill" refers to the ultimate triumph over a worthy opponent or conquest. Competition between corporations sometimes leads to mergers where the more successful company acquires and absorbs the less successful competitor - ie. how AT&T attempted to acquire T-Mobile.
An expression meaning "leave no trace". As in, a trail of dead bodies could give away the retreating path of a fugitive - so in the event you don't want to be followed, don't leave any dead bodies behind you along the way. Only a super
A musical atrocity whose hit lyrics include . . . ‘I don’t want to be anything other then what I’ve been trying to be lately’. Of course he wouldn't because he's afaggot that sings shitty music.
Gavin Degraw's lyrics are so bad that when you look them up in a search engine, they are just crying out not to be lyrics ---> "I don't want to be lyrics"