1) The private hell one spends time in while looking for a wardrobe change or bathroom after a shart
2) A tiny, backwood town in the middle of Pennsylvania with no notariety whatsoever except for it's amusingly unfortunate rootword in it's name -- shart
Caller 1: You left the party fast! Where are now?
Caller 2: Oh...no where. Just wastin' away again in my own Shartlesville.
To throw one's hat in (as "in the ring") is to:
1) to challenge or contend for something.
2) nominate someone or oneself for something. To volunteer.
A boxing metaphor that originated in the early 19th century when one who wished to challenge a boxer would throw his hat into the ring as a way of having your challenge noticed in a crowded ring.
In 1912 Theodore Roosevelt, who was an advid boxer, was the first presidential candidate to use "throw my hat in the ring" to announce his run at the U.S. presidency.
Business jargon for a function before a professional meeting, seminar, convention or conference where you go to meet people in your field to network and get laid.
The National Protological Association annuall convention's meet and greet was a success. I met with the heads of 5 manufactures, 4 resellers, 2 financiers, and 3 cocktail waitresses.
The act of OR pertaining to sexual relations.
Last night I hooked up
with two chicks and got into a tangle ... y'know what I'm sayin"?
Hey, baby. Wanna tangle?
A condition of convenient memory loss that affects political candidates at election time. This is an chronic condition stemming from being an incurable asshole or insufferable idiot but one can still seek treatment since ObamaCare covers pre-existing conditions such as this.
Warning from the Surgeon General:
Romnesia is an unfortunate, chronic condition affecting 9 out of 10 politicians during election campaigns
Symptoms are: forgetting one's original political stances, pandering, short-term memory loss, long-term memory loss, voter confusion, flip-flopping, plagerizing others' ideas and speaking in Palin-dromes. Symptoms maybe be exacerbated when addressing crowds, during televised interviews or debating.
The saddest words of tongue and pen...
"For of all sad words of tongue or pen,
The saddest are these:
'It might have been!'" -- John Greenleaf, Maud Muller, 1856
Now go look it up, bitches.
Turning on a TV show that you don't usually watch and yet somehow, inexplicably, always managing to see the same rerun episode.
Roommate 1: Unbelieveable! Whenever I settle on watching "Medium" I somehow always pick up the episode when Allison is battling the ghost serial killer played by the dad from "That 70's Show".
Roommate 2: Oh, I love that one!
Roommate1: Yeah, but this the 3rd time I've seen it and its the only episode I've ever seen! Didn't they make like five seasons of this show? Talk about your deja view!