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Hilarious cartoon series on Nick about Timmy Turner, a bucktoothed 10-year-old, and Cosmo and Wanda, his fairy godparents.
(Theme song)
Timmy is an average kid
That no one understands
Mom and Dad and Vicky
Always giving him commands
The doom and gloom up in his room
Is broken instantly
By his magic little fish who grant his every wish
'Cause in reality they are his
Odd parents, fairly odd parents
Wands and wings, floaty crowny things
Odd parents, fairly odd parents
Really mod, pea pod, buff bod, hot rod
Obtuse, rubber goose
Green moose, guava juice
Giant shake, birthday cake
Large fries, chocolate shake!
Odd parents, fairly odd parents
It flips your lid when you are the kid
With fairly odd parents!
by Scott Lanway June 22, 2004
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A.K.A. Milliways. A fantastic eatery that turns the End of Time into dinner entertainment.
"...and the Universe," continued the waiter, determined not to be deflected on his home stretch, "will explode later for your pleasure."
Ford's head swiveled slowly toward him. He spoke with feeling.
"Wow," he said, "what kind of drinks do you serve in this place?"

-- from The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, by Douglas Adams
by Scott Lanway September 8, 2004
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On "South Park," one of Cartman's many names for Sheila Broflovsky (Kyle's mom).

Also, any woamn stupid enough to vote for George W. Bush or his fellow nazipublicans.
...then on Sunday, just to be different, she's a super king kamaya-maya bitch!
by Scott Lanway June 22, 2004
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A.K.A. The Restaurant at the End of the Universe. As described in "The Restaurant at the End of the Universe" by the late Douglas Adams, Milliways is built on the smoking ruins of Frogstar World B and encased in a time bubble that allows it survive the End of the Universe, turning Armageddon into dinner entertainment. A sister of sorts to the Big Bang Burger Barn.
From "The Restaurant at the End of the Universe":

The Restaurant at the End of the Universe is one of the most extraordinary ventures in the entire history of catering.
It is built on the fragmented ruins of an eventually ruined planet which is enclosed in a vast time bubble and projected forward in time to the precise moment of the End of the Universe.
This is, many would say, impossible.
In it, guests take their places at table and eat sumptuous meals while watching the whole of creation explode around them.
This, many would say, is equally impossible.
You can arrive for any sitting you like without prior reservation because you can book retrospectively, as it were, when returning to your own time.
This is, many would now insist, absolutely impossible.
At the Restaurant you can meet and dine with a fascinating cross-section of the entire population of space and time.
This, it can be explained patiently, is also impossible.
You can visit it as many times as you like and be sure of never meeting yourself, because of the embarrassment this usually causes.
This, even if the rest were true, which it isn't, is patently impossible, say the doubters.
All you have to do is deposit one penny in a savings account in your own era, and when you arrive at the End of Time the operation of compund interest means that the fabulous cost of your meal has been paid for.
This, many claim, is not merely impossible but clearly insane, which is why the advertising executives of the star system of Bastablon came up with this slogan: "If you've done six impossible things this morning, why not round it off with breakfast at Milliways, the Restaurant at the End of the Universe?"
by Scott Lanway September 8, 2004
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Perhaps the most famous brand of baseball bat in the world. Beloved among office drones for that scene in Office Space when the three heroes take their infamously misfiring printer out into a field and bash it apart with said bat.
To beat the holy hell out of someone or something with a Lousiville Slugger (or any kind of bat) is "to go Louisville" on them/it. Example:
"Christ, did you see them go Louisville on that printer?"
by Scott Lanway October 14, 2004
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A&W? Barq's? Mug? Pansies. Best root beer in the world is Thomas Kemper. Drink up, son!
Henry Weinhard's is 2nd, IBC is 3rd
by Scott Lanway September 8, 2004
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The First Commandment of Technology.
The Commandments of Technology

1. Thou shalt read the fucking manual.
2. Thou shalt treat technology with care and love.
3. Thou may covet thy neighbor's technology, but thou shalt not steal it.
by Scott Lanway September 3, 2004
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