Your current boss.
"I work for SUCH an ASSHOLE."
passing a homeless person on your way to a coin star
the most awkward thing that could happen is passing a homeless person carrying a jar full of change.
The best way to say something is neat-o, awesome, or swell. The phrase "cool" is very relaxed, never goes out of style, and people will never laugh at you for using it, very conveniant for people like me who don't care about what's "in."
Homestar is cool.
The Red Sox are cool.
Twinkies are cool.
Slang term for the word "details"
Just give me a call around 7:30, and I'll give you the deats on where to meet up and who all will be there.
word of the day: December 26, 2006
short for "details", usually details of gossip
My friend wanted to know what happened at the party last night so I gave her the deets.
An extremely bad case of Diarrhea, leaving you bed ridden and delirious with fever.
Keith can't make it to work, he's got a really bad case of the Dovers.
The latest buzzword used amongst mindless teenagers as a way of showing just so utterly irreverent their predictable sense of humour is. Particularly dominant among English teens and University students, the word "random" or the act of being "random" is a desperate plea for others to recognise how totally against the grain of the norm you are and that you're really crazy and out there. Trouble is, being "random" is predictable, boring, moronic and extremely sad indeed.
Often used by an MTVeenager
Uni Student: "Cheese! HA HA!"
Another Uni Student: "Wow that's soooo RANDOM! Let's go and buy some trendy clothes which have meaningless and pretentious words/numbers all over to make us look random."
an alternate way to say "sweet" or "cool" in a sarcastic scence. Often used when describing Michael Felderman.
Boy: "Chad is coming to the party" Everyone at the party: "seet"