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The awkwardness that insues after two males make body contact. This often occurs when two guys walk side by side and their hands brush together as if they were about to hold hands.
MATT: So I was walking into the gym with Mike and his pinkey totally rubbed against my hand, you know how much I suffer from man-man-contact syndrome too, I was totally freaked bro.
by Jonnie C. July 30, 2008
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A 2008 Will Ferrell movie in which he plays the coach/owner/player of the Flint Tropics, an ABA basketball squad. When it is announced that the ABA will be merging with the NBA and only the best teams will join, Jackie Moon (Ferrell) needs to get his team to win.
This movie has come under much criticism by both critics and fans that it is too similar to Ferrell's other comedies except it isn't as funny or witty.
STEVE: Hey Tim, did you see Semi-Pro yet?
TIM: No, but I did see Blades of Glory and Talladega Nights...so, yeah, I guess I did see Semi-Pro.
by Jonnie C. July 27, 2008
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A female who will constantly put herself down or be over-modest to fish and shimmy for a compliment out of a male counterpart.
DEBBIE: This shirt makes me look ugly, I can't believe i wore this to the movies...
MIKE: 'The Dark Knight' was really good.
DEBBIE: I wish i didn't look so ugly right now...
DEBBIE: ..you think I'm ugly right now?
MIKE: No. I told you that you looked good three times already, stop being such a damn Bass Master you cunt!
*Mike smacks Debbie*
by Jonnie C. July 23, 2008
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The 1920's brought a lot to the front door-step of America, the rise of the entertainment industry, the first automobile, prohibition and the invention of fire. The remaining Americans born in this Golden Age, referred to as "The Roaring 20's," are now roaring down our highways at about 12 miles per hour. The kids of the 20's would soon become the foundation that put our country at the top of the totem pole we call "The World Powers," and this is where we will continue to stay for decades to come. (Don’t even think about it, China.) This brings me to my main point of this brilliantly conceived, fascinatingly factious essay: The 1920’s will remain America’s best decade. Just think about it, if you lived in the 20’s, not only would you not know what World War II is, but you would have no idea what a Nuclear Bomb is, and you wouldn’t have to worry about hearing Celine Dion on the radio. I can’t speak for everyone, but that’s a world I would love to live in.

Fact: Everyone will die. Fiction: The 1920’s will die. Now you tell me, which one of those is true? If you answered, “Both, and that was a rhetorical question, so the answer is neither,” then yeah, you’d be half right. (What?) Look at everything we’ve accomplished in America and it will be taken directly back to the 1920’s. For example, there’d be no present day Christmas if not for this delicate decade. Charles Dickens’ masterpiece, A Christmas Carol was written in 1843…Alright, bad example. Okay, look at our society today, a lot of it is heavily influenced by the gangster image, your “Fitty Cents” and your “Snoop Dizzle Doggy Dizzes” would be nothing without the inspiration of the original O.G’s, such as Al Capone, Jack “The Machine GunMcGurn and Charlie Chaplin.
Now, close your eyes. (You obviously didn’t listen if you are still reading.) Make a mental picture of the 1920’s. Does it look better or worse than your mental picture of the two-thousands? In the 1920’s there was no abortion, there was no terrorism, and there was no such thing as germs. Now, when you think about where we are today, everything is aborted, everyone gets a divorce and those who don’t are gay people who had to fight the power to get married, and everyone is going to die from the Bird Flu. Here’s a little nugget of information: In 1926-America, every 7 seconds a child got an A in school. In 2006-America, every 7 seconds a child dies of AIDS. It seems like over the past 80 years people began to take the saying “When life gives you lemons, make lemonAIDS” too literal.
I’ll admit, the 1920’s did have its cons. In the 1920’s, Dr. Seuss wrote a number of books that would at a later date be considered classics. However, these books weren’t published until the late 50’s. You’re probably thinking, why weren’t they published? I’ll tell you why. Racism. Dr. Seuss’ books were never given the green light to be published simply because he was a black man. (Dr. Seuss was black, right? See: Dr. Dre, Dr. Jay…Dr. Pepper?) Racism was quickly removed from the 20’s when our great president Herbert Hoover signed the “Wait-Until-the-1960’s-Treaty” with both White and Black America.

As the 20’s roared on, with all of our accomplishments, it made us more vulnerable than ever. William Shakespeare once wrote, “You betta check yo’ self befo’ you wreck yo’ self,” and what I think my man Will meant here was, hey, you have to mind your surroundings, look around, see what’s going on around the world, learn from it. Take advantage of your faults and make yourself stronger. No one listened to Shakespeare, and paid no attention to his advice. Our economy was booming and no one thought anything of it except that they could now buy more knickers and maybe one day they can go to the “pictures” and see a “talkie.” Now I hate to turn this into an English essay, but I’ll quote Shakespeare again when he said “Mo’ money, Mo’ Problems.” It seems like he knew exactly what was going on. On October 28th, 1929, our stock market crashed. America turned into the Middle East over night, and no one knew what to do. (This is on the 1920’s, not the 1930’s, so my job is done.)
In conclusion, even though America may not be doing so hot right now, we always can look back at the 1920’s and think about how great of a nation we once were, I mean, we took one of the worst things ever, the Great Depression and learned from it, and as the saying goes, “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice…strike two.”
Dan: The 1920's was a great decade in forming what would become mainstream America.

Mike: Who cares?
*Smacks Dan*
by Jonnie C. July 21, 2008
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A resolution made by a gentile to do something nice to a person or persons of the Jewish faith out of guilt that Jews around the world have been getting fucked over since the dawn of time; Made at the begining of each new year.
MARK: Dude, I feel so bad about the fact that we only use Israel for their oil connections...I'm gonna make a Jew Years Resolution to go down to a Temple and give them like, Matza or some weird Jew shit like that.
by Jonnie C. July 31, 2008
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