Age, sex, and location. Usually in the form of a question.
Asking for a chatter's ASL lets you know a little about the person you are talking to. However, it is looked down upon by many, who feel that the term is associated with losers who spend all of their time on the internet.
We don't ask for ASLs here- it's an internet cliché.
The beginning of the schoolweek (and, for most people with decent occupations, the workweek). Its beginning puts almost everybody in a bad mood, but its end does little to enliven the spirit.
Monday is the first of the five major obstacles that our hero must pass before reaching the hallowed 'week's end'.
1) Affirmation; expression of understanding.
2) Not good and not bad; decent, fine.
3) Alternate way for one to say that he/she likes something that may be considered 'uncool' to like. By saying that it is 'OK', he/she in no way makes a strong commitment to hteir interest, as 'OK' usually comes with connotations of 'better than expected' and 'not good, not bad.'
4) Postal abbreviation for Oklahoma.
1) After being informed of his assignment, the director replied, "OK".
2) It looked like a nasty fall, but Ferdinand emerged OK.
Mike: Do you like that webpage? It seems like a nerdy site.
Tom: Ahh...It's OK.
4) I live in Oklahoma City, OK.
1)First-person singular pronoun in a sentence's subject.
2) '1' in Roman Numerals.
3) The Alphabet's 9th letter.
1) I am trying out this new hair regrowth formula.
2) Super Bowl I had the Packers in it, so you should be glad that you weren't alive to see it.
3) 'I' comes after 'H'.
A method of gaining customers or attracting attention by accentuating a certain trait/quality.
Many Southern car dealerships use honesty as a gimmick, insisting that they are "not one of those big-city dealerships".
The sound that a cash register makes when its drawer is closed after money has been put inside. Used in conversation to indicate that the person being spoken about is going to or already has made quite a profit at little expense.
Steve: Yeah, so I was able to sell the FIFA for $50! Cha-ching!
Fentruck: Good deal. How much do you think I could get for one?
A zany, dog-type character from Disney cartoons. He lives in the same realm as Mickey Mouse.
Pluto and Goofy were both dogs, but while Goofy lived like a human (owned a house, raised a family), Pluto was merely a regular pet, incapable of speaking. And he was owned my a mouse, no less!