stated as a question,"amiright" is a declaration of correctness even when wrong. Most often used when giving a socially accepted opinion. "amiright" is also used to humor those taking the statement too seriously.
Often followed by a 'high-five'... a "amiright" can be either be false of truth. OR a sarcastic dismissal.
"that bitch is cold. amiright!?" *high-fives ensue*
"I'm so drunk I could fuck a panda." *awkward looks* "amiright!?" *high-fives ensue*
"I worked so hard my dick fell off, amiright!?" *awkward looks* "AMIRIGHT!?"... *reaches for high-five*
Something which two humans do to one another in an painful procedure which can result in unpleasentness.
Guy - OMFG! She blamed me for cheating on her! waaa...
Short for "Am I right?"
Your post was short, amirit?
"I just don't think Bob Dylan is a good singer."
"Nice challop, there, man."
means Fix My Lighthouse. Back in the 17th Century, lighthouse keepers were tthe butt of everyone's jokes. When a lighthouse keeper was made fun of, his retort would be "why dont you fix my lighthouse!" which was shortened over time to FML. This term was made famous in the great battle of the Sole Bay in 1902 where 14 peolpe died and 1 person broke their glasses.
"if you are going to take the piss out of me then why don't you FML!
LOLINTERNETS for "I know, right".
J: zomgwtf tihs is gay domo crashed teh vent and teh hole raid wiped
Fnovd: lol inorite?
October 22, 2006
Beginning as a plural variant of lol, Lulz was originally an exclamation but is now often used as a noun meaning interesting or funny internet content.
Lol -> lul; lols -> luls; lolz -> lulz.
Lulz is the one good reason to do anything, from trolling to rape. After every action taken, you must make the epilogic dubious disclaimer: "I did it for the lulz".
This has been pioneered by encyclopedia dramatica, famous for posting a fake craigslist add and then listing the personal info of those who responded.
"Why did he post a suicide note on livejournal before killing himself?" "I hear he did it for the lulz."
MLIA - My Life Is Average
normally used when giving a description to how your life is average, Today, I swallowed a watermelon seed. A watermelon did not grow in my tummy. MLIA
Today, I was walking along when I noticed a sign that said " DANGER! KEEP OFF GRASS". I walked on the grass. The Danger was not present. MLIA
I bought a plant from Home Depot the other day. The cashier told me to water it everyday or else it would die. I didn't water it everyday just to see if it would die. It did. MLIA
Today, everyone walked right past me and didn't even think to sit next to me on the school bus. My feelings aren't hurt though, I'm the bus driver. MLIA.
(n.) A scapegoat is an event person or object that is used to lay the blame on for all that goes wrong, regardless of the contributions of others. This will usually carry on until the scapegoat has gone, or has managed to successfully defend itself against the arguements presented to it.
The word comes from Judaism. During mass reconciliation the rabbi would bring a goat to the alter. The sins of the people would be absorbed into the goat, and it would then be killed, its' blood staining the alter until cleansed. This is what Jesus Christ
reflected in his crucifixion, being a scapegoat.
(v.) to make the scapegoat
I will not be made a scapegoat.
To be a scapegoat is to take heat
Scapegoat was often burned, but sometimes the poor stole it and ate it.