20 definitions by Jqoi Zunderlat

A beautiful but poor county in northwestern California. It's only highways are the State Route 3, 299, and 36. It is a great place to go camping as long as it is not burning down again.
Last summer I went camping in Trinity County.
by Jqoi Zunderlat November 17, 2020
If you say it right, it sounds hilarious.
Johnny: My parents are breaking up.
Edward: uHu
by Jqoi Zunderlat January 12, 2021
The first episodic sequel of Half-Life 2. It was released by Valve Corporation on June 1, 2006.
I just finished Half-Life 2, now I must play Half-Life 2: Episode One.
by Jqoi Zunderlat January 25, 2021
Minecraft on the PS3. The Minecraft experience without any Microsoft stuff , and it has the old emerald block design.
I love Minecraft Playstation 3 Edition.
by Jqoi Zunderlat November 17, 2020
One of the largest employee-owned stores. All the employees look tired and/or sad. Probably because a bunch of people with no respect come in and mess up the produce section. It is a decent place to buy stuff in bulk.
Therapist1: All we get is WinCo employees.
Therapist2: I have had 7 different WinCo workers come in this week.
Therapist1: Those poor sods.
by Jqoi Zunderlat November 5, 2020
NFPA 704 is the official name for Fire Diamonds, which are rhombus-shaped sign that has 4 different colored squares that tell you how dangerous a substance is in four ways: Health (Blue), Reactivity (Yellow), Flammability (Red) and the white square is for Miscellaneous hazards. Each colored square is marked with a number ranging between zero and four. Zero/Empty means that that substance has no danger in that category. 1 = mildly hazardous, 2 = hazardous, 3 = extremely hazardous, and 4 = Lethal.
Hey, did you know that NFPA 704 are also called fire diamonds, saftey squares and figmenty pigmenty crosser tossers?
by Jqoi Zunderlat March 4, 2021