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1: The most hilarious line ever spoken in King of the Hill. Hank Hill said this in Episode 10 of Season 1. Why was it so great? Well first, can you picture Hank Hill using a blender? Second, a blender is not something you can just leave on, because it's only on when you hold down the button.

2: A bizarre excuse to step outside for a cigarette when you don't want people to know you smoke.

*Hank and Peggy are in bed.*
HANK: Uh, I got to go do some stuff. I think I might have left the blender turned on.
*Hank gets out of bed, goes outside, and lights up a cigarette.*
by Daedalus Suburbanus March 21, 2011
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A fraction that you might have to deal with when doing a college-level homework problem. It doesn't necessarily have to contain X or any other variable, but it does have to have to be a numerator-denominator combination that you would not normally see in everyday life. The reason the number is written as a fraction is because writing it as a decimal would require imprecise rounding off and/or because it must be added, subtracted, or multiplied with a similar fraction.
Okay, so we just got through establishing that:

(61/99)X = (8/49) + (56/22)Y + (45/38) - (1/36)Y{(14/45) - (31/29)Y} - (2/7)X + (1/18)XX

can be simplified as:
(625/693)X = (2509/1862) + (1/18)XX + (22603/8910)Y + (31/1044)YY

which can be further simplified as:
X = (1738737/1163750) + (77/1250)XX + (1740431/618750)Y + (2387/72500)YY

*loud sigh* There!! Now that we're done with that headache, I don't want to see another exotic fraction for the rest of the day!
by Daedalus Suburbanus February 21, 2012
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When somebody calls you when you're about to start something, in the middle of something, or just want to be left alone. The caller just won't let you go and just keeps on talking and talking and talking and talking and talking. The caller might talk about subjects that you don't know anything about and/or have absolutely no interest in, and just when it seems like he or she is about to let you go, he or she jumps on to a whole new subject. You can be stuck in this situation for hours.
phone rings

VICTIM: Hello?
PHONECUFFER: Hey, there's this one really weird question on the physics homework
VICTIM: Okay, let's see…

10 minutes later

PHONECUFFER: Yeah, thanks man.
VICTIM: No problem.
PHONECUFFER: By the way, did you hear about that idiot?
VICTIM: Oh yeah!

16 minutes later

PHONECUFFER: But then I realized that 5 Hour Energy is better than Vault.
VICTIM: That's cool, but I've got this paper that's due in 72 hours.

27 minutes later

PHONECUFFER: And so I dug it up on YouTube last night and I thought it was mediocre.
PHONECUFFER: I mean people think he's an idiot…
VICTIM: Un-huh
PHONECUFFER: But really he can be hilarious, like when…
VICTIM: (thinks "I have a paper to work on and he's talking about the crappiest move that was ever made.")

38 minutes later

PHONECUFFER: But then I realized that if you stand eight feet away, you get the most accuracy.
VICTIM: That's cool, but I really need to work on that paper.

22 minutes later

PHONECUFFER: So he just stared off into space and was like "Whoa!".
VICTIM: (monotone) That's weird. (thinks "I've told him about the paper six times and he's still phonecuffing me!")
by Daedalus Suburbanus June 1, 2010
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The Georgian word for "the day after tomorrow". There's actually no equivalent word in English.
Today is Wednesday, tomorrow is Thursday, and zeg is Friday. Zeg evening, I'm heading straight to a bar as soon as I get off work.
by Daedalus Suburbanus July 28, 2013
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One of many euphemistic terms for a penis. Most famously used in this context in the Big Bang Theory episode, "The Boyfriend Complexity." In that episode, Howard and Raj accidentally kissed each other in the control room for a telescope. The next day, when Leonard casually asked Howard and Raj what had happened, both of them freaked out, even though Leonard hadn't heard about the kiss.

*Sheldon and Leonard are at the table in the cafeteria. Raj joins them.*

LEONARD: Oh, how'd it go last night?

RAJ: Oh, you know, same old same old. Looked through a telescope, saw some stars, big move.

LEONARD: Really? You waited months for a time with that telescope. What happened?

RAJ: Why? You writing a book?

SHELDON: I'm going to propose a hypothesis. Last night, Raj accidentally made contact with an alien civilization, and has been ordered by the United States government to keep it a secret.

RAJ: Nothing happened! Can we please just change the subject?!

SHELDON: That sounds rehearsed. We are not alone.

*Howard walks over to the table.*





RAJ: Hey.

LEONARD: You get to play with Raj's big telescope last night?

*Howard and Raj both react with shock.*

HOWARD: Where'd that come from?!

RAJ: He never touched my telescope!!

HOWARD: Way to go shutting up!

RAJ: I did shut up, now you shut up!


RAJ: Thank you!

RAJ: I can't believe you didn't call me this morning.
by Daedalus Suburbanus December 6, 2013
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A hilarious sitcom starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

The show was about a middle-aged divorced woman named Christine Campbell. She is known as "Old Christine" because her ex-husband Richard's new girlfriend also happens to be named Christine (she is known as "New Christine" because of this). Old Christine lives with her son Richie and her younger brother Matthew. She owns a gym with her best friend Barb. She sends her son Ritchie to a fancy private school and frequently has to deal with the school's two "Meanie Moms" (two rich, blonde, queen-bee moms who always look down on Old Christine).

Old Christine is extremely dumb. For example, she prides herself in being politically active, but her idea of political activism is voting on American Idol. Similarly, she often forgets basic information about herself, such as her age. Richard and New Christine are usually more intelligent than her, but both of them have their moments of stupidity too. Barb and Matthew are usually the voices of reason, but even they have issues.

At first, the show was great. It received nine Emmy nominations and won an Emmy in its first season. By the fifth season, however, the show had degenerated, so it was cancelled.
It's too bad The New Adventures of Old Christine got cancelled. It was really good up until season 5.
by Daedalus Suburbanus June 30, 2012
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A singer who takes two sentences to tell us she has to have a bowl of cereal in the morning.
REBECCA BLACK: Gotta have my bowl. Gotta have cereal.
LISTENER: Now why the heck didn't she just say, "Gotta have my bowl of cereal?".
by Daedalus Suburbanus April 8, 2011
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