The greatest fruit known to mankind. People worship it as the food of the gods, and it can bring hapiness to anyone. It is impossible for someone not to love it. Go buy a mango, now.
Person 1: "Hey, what are you eating?"
Person 2: "Oh, a mango"
Person 1: "Give it to me"
Velociraptors are the most intelligent species of dinosaurs. 12,000 years ago, they built high-tech civilizations and were far more advanced than humans are today. However, their version of the Cold War forced most of the velociraptors to escape into space once a high caliber explosive was sent their way. Being such an advanced civilization, the velocirators were able to survive in space and travel from planet to planet. This explosive was responsible for the extinction of every dinosaur (except for the velociraptors, of course). Although the other extremely-advanced velociraptors blamed the explosion on a meteorite, they died from starvation and life was restarted. Now, there are space dinosaurs.
"I met a velociraptor"
A person who cannot hear you, no matter how many times you repeat their name. The term is derived from the song Space Oddity
Person 1: "Can you hear me Major Tom?"
Person 2: "Yes, I can hear you!"
The most painful experience ever, only lasting for a day or two. Symptoms include diarrhea, vomiting, and unbearable stomach pains. It's extremely contagious. No vaccine, no cure, and you only gain immunity to it for a few weeks. Have fun.
"My mom's got the stomach flu. I gotta keep praying that I don't get it."
A strange but common way of applauding something or someone
Clapping guy: "Oh I like what is happening right now let me smash my hands together to express my delight"
What you ask other people when you hear something so stupid, you cannot properly comprehend it
English teacher: You're grammar could be improved.
Me: Is this guy for real?
A cosmological model for the Universe, describing an event billions of years ago that allowed for the existence of atoms and life. It is commonly misunderstood by ignorant people who think it began at a single point in space, appeared out of nowhere or was an explosion.
The Big Bang actually refers to a point in the Universe when it was extremely dense, but infinitely large. About 13.8 billion years ago, matter in the Universe was much closer together and space was mostly filled with an opaque plasma of light and electrons (the Photon Era). As a result, everything was unimaginably hot, and some scientists think that this heat led objects to move away from each other (hotter things expand).
While there may have been infinite matter, there is even more space through which objects can move apart. This allowed matter to continue moving away from other matter and, as a result of the expansion, the Universe began to cool down. Atoms were able to form and eventually stars and galaxies followed. In essence, one can say the Big Bang occurred everywhere; all matter moved away from each other in the tightly packed Universe.
Ignoramus: the big bang was impossible, matter can't explode from nothing!1!