Spin off show of Stargate SG-1. Sci Fi show that is set in the Lost City of Atlantis, located in the Peguses Galaxy. In the series this city was built by a race called The Ancients who moved the city from Earth to peguses for some unknow reason, probably to escape a plague.
Stargate Atlantis is on tv! Yay!
Sci Fi TV show that is a spin off of the movie Stargate. About a device that can transport you to other planets and the team, SG-1, that explores through it. It has its own spin off show: Stargate Atlantis, as well as a huge franchise including books, magazines, games ect.
Stargate SG-1 has been running for nine season as of 2005.
Sequel to Eragon and second book in the Inheritance series by Christopher Paolini. Much better then the first.
Eldest is the second book in the Inheritance Triology
A word that orginally refered to suffolk, but not tends to be used to describe a place that is away from a main city.
"Oh, I don't actually live there, I'm more out in the sticks"
A cunning plan to get rid of George Bush
. Adapted from a Doctor Who
episode, where the Doctor overthrows Harriet Jones' Government with 6 little words "Doesn't she look tired" which results in people speculating she is ill, and leads to a vote of no confidence.
The idea is to spread the idea that Bush looks tired to the same effect, and could also be seen as one big experiment to see if it works. Began as a meme on livejournal
So, if you would like to take part in the experiment, or hate Bush and want to get rid of him, pass it on.
Doesn't Bush look tired?
You know, I think he does. I just mentioned that to my Mum and she agrees.
Much like a Barry boy
, a Gary boy drives around in a car (usually some old model they bought second hand) with the music pumped up so loud that it shakes houses as they pass. Have often modified car's music system by stuffing speakers into the boot ect.
I was woken up by some Gary boy driving past the house at 2 in the morning, the music was so loud it made the windows rattle.
Civillians, often used by military personelle.
"Why aren't they in uniform?"
"They're civies here just visiting"