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A laugh that is usually linked to skeleton characters thanks to most people's interpretations of skeletons having a nasally, high energy and wacky voice, this phrase is most commonly associated with characters such as Skeletor from He-Man, and Papyrus from Undertale.
Person 1: NYEH HEH HEH!
Person 2: Good Papyrus impression!
Person 1: That was a Skeletor impression, you uncultured swine!
by PolyPixl09 December 28, 2021
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A porrmantaeu of the words "Bone" and "Trousle", both which apply to the fictional character of "Papyrus" from UNDERTALE and is used as the name to Papyrus' Battle Theme (Not to be confused with "Nyeh Heh Heh", Papyrus' Overworld Theme); "Bone" refers to Papyrus' species as a skeleton, and "Trousle" being a made up word similar to "Tousle" which means to "make (a person's hair) untidy" which matches the unorganized, childish, and rambunctious personality of Papyrus. The word being made up also further exemplifies Papyrus' childish and ridiculous nature.
Person 1: What's Papyrus' Battle theme yet again?
Person 2: Oh, it's "Bonetrousle".
Person 1: Cheers, it's one of my favs!
by PolyPixl09 December 28, 2021
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A dictim is a pormeantaeu of "Victim" and "Dick".

It refers to a person who see themselves as a victim in a situation, despite being the ones who caused or escelated it, because they're rightfully recieving consequences for their actions.
Person 1: "I can't believe that guy beat me up!"
Person 2: "I can: You got drunk and called him a pussy. Stop being a Dictim and get a life."
by PolyPixl09 January 8, 2022
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A misspelling of the italian phrase of "Mamma Mia!", translating to "Oh My Mother!" which is the Italian Culture equivalent to "Oh My God!". Although the phrase "Mamma Mia" has been popularized by the musical by the same name, the phrase "Mama Mia" has been popularized by the Super Mario Bros franchise, due to becoming a popular quote and catchphrase of the main characters, Mario and Luigi, due to their Italian origins. Since then, this phrase has been commonly associated to inaccurate italian stereotypes, along with other traits such as the "Italian Hand", and an unusual obession to Pizza and Spaghetti.
Person 1: Dude, the phrase is "Mamma Mia", with TWO Ms. Seriously, it's disrespectful to disregard Italian culture like that especially if you only use it for parody and impression.
Person 2: haha funny italian man goes Mama Mia! and spaghetti meatball!
by PolyPixl09 December 28, 2021
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An adjective made up by Eddy Burbank in his video "Twins Make Me Uncomfortable" to describe an uncomfortable feeling that is caused by identical twins. In the video, the source of this was the fact that the twins would attempt to be as abnormally similar to each other in their lives such as their clothing, husbands, and rooms as possible, down to hoping that their children will also try to be as similar to each other, and dismissing the idea of freewill and uniqueness.

Other words that he used include: Twuncomfortable, Tweird, and
Person 1: Did you hear what Brittney and Whittney are doing?
Person 2: No, what?
Person 1: They're both having children, and they're planning to give them similar names and decorate their rooms in the same way.
Person 2: That's a bit twoff.
Person 1: I know, right?
by PolyPixl09 February 24, 2021
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The process of someone using their zodiac sign in order to justify their (usually bad) actions and behaviour.
Person 1: I'm sorry, I am a leo--
Person 2: Stop Zodiac Coping! That won't change the fact that you screamed at me for telling you to clean up your room!
by PolyPixl09 February 13, 2022
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