The only part of the Canadian anthem anybody seems to know.
"O Canada!--I... we... crap, how does that song even go?"
n. An annoying little know-it-all who, in reality, knows little to nothing. They merely sit in class, take word-for-word notes (often in very neat or girly handwriting), and learn nothing, not allowing they're mind to wander and form its own thoughts, but to wallow in the mundane of that which has already been said. They, however, do wonderfully on class assignments, homework, and tests that require no individual thought because they delve so thoroughly into the cliché. They are so-named because they are very good a mimicing what a teacher just taught back to him via class discussion or, more commonly, essays.
Teacher: So, does anybody have any thoughts about the character Simon in The Lord of the Flies?
Parrot: I think he's a Christ-like figure because he goes off and prays and doesn't want people to fight anymore.
Teacher: Right, then, let me rephrase. Anybody with any original thoughts?
An acronym for Junior Classical League, aka Latin Club. The second largest club in America for youths (the first being Boy Scouts). An awesome club that allows you to accel in graphic arts, academics, service to your community, or just being a cool person.
Song ("The Purple and Gold"):
Seeking the best, the highest our goal,
working for greatness through glories of old,
searching the realms of the golden past,
we follow the classics' truths that last.
In knowledge, truth, and fellowship,
we're growing every day;
the friendly hand of JCL aids in every way.
In Rome's proud steps we're marching on
with every true colleague,
and forever we'll hold
the Purple and Gold
of the Junior Classical League.
We the members of the Junior Classical League,
covenant to hand on the torch of classical
civilization in the modern world.
We believe that an acquaintance with the
civilization of Greece and Rome will help us
understand and appraise the world of today, which
is indebted to ancient civilization in its government
and laws, literature, language and arts.
We affirm the JCL experience develops
responsibility, fosters brotherhood, promotes
enthusiasm, encourages competition, inspires
dedication, and enriches our total growth.
Person 1: "Oh, man, I don't do anything extracurricular. I know, I'll join JCL!"
Person 2: "Awesome! I'll do it too!"
A ninja accessory commonly seen in the manga/anime "Naruto."
They are bands of metal with a symbol in the middle used to represent the nin's home village and three bolts on either side.
Generally they are connected to a strip of cloth of a dark color such as black, grey, navy, forest green, brown, and maroon.
Other variations are connected to cloth so that they may be worn as bandanas, hats, or underwear shaped things on your head.
They are meant to be worn at the forehead, but also appear across the eye, over the eyes, on the head backwards or at an odd angle, as a necklace, as an armband, around the waist, around a thigh, or connected to something the nin carries around with him.
"My forehead protector has a leaf symbol on it because I come from the village Konohakagure."
Someone who is really good at procrastination. They habitually do it, often staying up until the wee hours of the night, if they sleep at all. They never learn to do work steadily or early. Yet somehow they always get it all done! AND do it well!
Man, how does Rob do it??? He didn't start his report until midnight, didn't sleep at all, and he still gets a 98%? He's such a procrasta-masta!
Similar to being inebriated, only the effects are caused by extreme giddiness or stupidity.
Ralph: LOL!!!1 that guy totaly slipped on teh ice!! he fell on his but!!
Frank: Wtf, Ralph, are you in00briated or something? The guy's on crutches!
n. - describes how appropriate a profile picture is for MySpace
Lindsay has hair over one eye, way too much eye makeup, is pouting her lips, and showing off her cleavage: her profile pic has a lot of myspacity.