Driving Under the Influence. This is a couple BAC points down from DWI (Driving While Intoxicated). While you probably shouldn't do this,what many people don't remember is the old saying, "Beer before liquor, never been sicker; liquor before beer, and you're clear to steer."
Bob: I hear you got busted by the cops again last night.
Al: Yeah, it wasn't that bad, though.
Bob: What, DUI? THAT'S BAD, Al!!
1. The idea of an embodiment of human decency, intellect, and life-force. A certain intangible that makes people "human".
2. Something most people who post on this site would apparently sell for a large fries and a Big-Gulp drink at McDonald's.
1. Even though the existence of a soul can't be proven, many people feel "connected to" others, or that humans are superior to animals in an undefinable way.
2. Milhouse gave Bart $5 for his soul on the Simpsons -- at the time this was supposed to be farcical, but like most of satire, this incedent has become a direct parallel of reality.
1. Set to the musical composition of.
2. Used to mean "approximately", or "in the general range of", but usually only when talking about large sums of money.
1. When I heard Weird Al Yankovich's lyrics to the tune of "Beat It", I decided that maybe MTV really was a worthless tool of Satan.
2. Right: So then I had to pay something to the tune of $5,000 for a new one.
Wrong: So then I had to pay something to the tune of $0.05 for a new one.
Notice that the order of magnitude of the cash amount affects the usage of the phrase.
1. A blatant truism, based on the fact that nobody is exactly identical to anyone else.
2. A PC saying designed to push a liberal social agenda which normalizes and accepts non-normative behaviors as part of a whole, functional, society.
1. Sally and Ralph are not the same person. This is because people are unique, ie, everybone is different.
2. Bill is a high-functioning alcoholic homosexual with neo-Nazi political views and a penchant for exposing himself in public. Ah well, everyone is different.
v., to beat someone at (a race, game, etc.) so badly that you teach them a 'lesson' in how to be better at whatever it is they lost at
yo, i'm gonna totally school you at vice city
n., a term referring to a lunch-break used to have sex as opposed to eat lunch; origin: "sex" and "lunch"
"we're going to go for some slunch."