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The baffling enigma where an intoxicated female bumps uglies with The Rocket, essentially adding another shameless name onto the incalculable list.
Girl 1: I must have shaved too close because I have a razorburn or something.
Girl 2: Are you sure its not Rocket-itis?
by Brain December 28, 2005
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This term denotes a person who was not originally born in Scandanavia, but is of Scandanavian descent and refers to countries like Norway, as their home. These people are characterized by many attributes such as:
- Blonde hair
- Troll-phobia (which accounts for their fear of bridges as well)
- Desire to collect troll memorabilia
- Literacy rate of 100%
- Desire to utter UFF DA whenever feeling slightly dissapointed or upset.
- Scandalous nature
- Insatiable love for the Vikings of Norway such as Eric the Red
- And among many others, the ability to eat Lutefisk, a native codfish soaked in lye, and actually enjoy it.
Oh that canned lutefisk is such as sketchy kid, I mean just look at him.
by Brain February 3, 2005
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A controversial game played like Monopoly. Pieces include a marijuanna leaf, a basketball, and a malt liquor bottle, and game cards that say things like, "You got yo whole neighborhood addicted to crack. Collect $50.”

Created by David Chang.
by Brain October 27, 2003
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v. to place a male friend against his will in a walk-in freezer over night. In the morning, when you return to release your friend, he will have a coldcock.
The fucktarded Bush brothers coldcocked me as a joke but ended up causing my penis to get frostbitten and then it was surgically uncocked.
by Brain November 20, 2004
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Q: wudup ?
A: not much, how 'bout you ?
by Brain January 20, 2005
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A Windows multi-purpose irc bot with a plugin and scripting API, seperate from mirc bots and eggdrops by design and codebase.
by Brain December 7, 2003
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The most overused and underappreciated punctuation mark utilized in the writing of the English language. It is used to indicate the omission of a letter (elision) or letters in a word, to connect words pronounced successively (contraction), or to indicate possession.
Alternatively, and much less contemporary, is the use of the term "apostrophe" to indicate a short address by a character in a play or poem to an absent party or an inanimate object. The apostrophe in this sense allows the audience a look into the speaker's thoughts toward a person or object that cannot respond (similar to a soliloquy).
Correct: It's movie night.
Incorrect: Its movie night.

Incorrect: Of it's own free will.
Correct: Of its own free will.

He's not the type to say "Don't do it."

Ned is a ne'er-do-well.

"O'er the fruited plain..."

That is Jack's grammar book.
Jesus' life lasted 33 years.

-in a literary sense...-
Rhodora! if the sages ask thee why
This charm is wasted on the earth and sky,
Tell them, dear, that if eyes were made for seeing,
Then Beauty is its own excuse for being:
Why thou wert there, O rival of the rose!
I never thought to ask, I never knew:
But, in my simple ignorance, suppose
The self-same Power that brought me there brought you.
by Emerson (1839)
by Brain November 23, 2004
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