1. Seeking and enjoying the company of others; sociable.
2. Having to do with or pertaining to Greg.
"You're not very Gregarious, are you?"
"Well, of course not. My name is Sean."
The polar opposite of the dykey lesbians. IE, the girly, feminine ones.
"Cause you know, there are the lipstick lesbians, and then theres just the dykey ones." - Meredith
The most extreme stage of 'pussiness', a chicken-wuss lacks any and all courage and integrity in the heat of battle, and instead of fighting to survive, goes fetal and/or avoids all situations with a possible negative outcome.
"I got stuck with chicken-wuss and some guy who just reached puberty in my squad..." - Seifer Almasy, Final Fantasy VIII.
n. The wannabe-black pimp Drexl's (played by Gary Oldman) idea of a holiday where crazy white men can assualt pimps in their place of buisness and get away with it. For Christian Slater, it obviously wasn't White-Boy Day.
Drexl Spivey: "He must have thought it was white boy day. It ain't white boy day, is it?"
Marty: "No man, It ain't white boy day."
Used in reference to the milkshake in Pulp Fiction purchased by Mrs. Mia Wallace, for something that's more expensive than its worth; even if its pretty damn decent.
"I don't know if that shake's worth five dollars but it's pretty damn good." - Vincent Vega.
"Holy shit dude, eight bucks for ice cream? What a 5 Dollar Shake."
The point in a late night conversation where normal get-to-know-you chit chat is thrown out the window for something much deeper and Aristotle in nature. Philosophizing primarily focuses on the human condition - the intricacies of romance, politics, personal goals and desires, and typically goes nowhere. The gist of philosophized conversations are forgotten in the morning.
Me and Kat were philosophizing until daybreak... And I have no idea what the fuck either of us said.
Created after a long night of heavy drinking, to put it simply; The Omegabet is the prodigal successor of the Alphabet. It is the sequel.
The Omegabet will be introduced sometime in the distant future - near the last days of the huamn race. However, the theory itself is sound and supported by both the Quantum Singularity and EPR Paradox theories.
To draw an analogy: The original alphabet, composed of the letters A through Z, run in a straight line. A as the starting point, Z as the end. There is nothing beyond that. (Symbols such as apostrophes do not factor into this.)
The Omegabet, however, is the proverbial Z-axis to the Y and X axis that is the Alphabet. Instead of a line, it is a perfect, two dimensional circle - with a singular brancing line coming from its side. The line is, per se, the 'unknown'. The 'unknown' is what makes the Omegabet the Omegabet. The Omegabet does not use letters, but rather, srettelletters (letters in reverseforward, a word humans cannot yet pronounce) and the last of these - the omega that completes the omegabet, can be anything. A duck. A tree. Individually toed socks. It can be anything. This letter is codenamed Epsillon 5. It's been titled that because it doesn't make sense - along with Epsillon 5. (Epsillon is considered the 'worst' verson of a prototype, while Alpha is the 'best'. Epsillon 5 would mean it's the 5th of the worst, which probably isn't grammatically correct in any way.)
Epsillon 5 works via the EPR Paradox - where information is transferred between atoms, and thus, has nothing to interact with it to constrain it from doing -anything-.
None as of this point in time. It's not possible on an American keyboard.