A tool used among friends to retain possession of a certain seat. As the name suggest, fives only works for five minutes. After standing up from his chair, the person announces "fives", and then can freely do what he needed to, and when he returns no one is allowed to take his seat during his absence.
Powerful foe of, "you move your feet, you loose your seat."
Rudolf: I need to pee, fives.
==four minutes later==
Rudolf: Get your ass out of my seat.
Schwartz: No Way!
Rudolf: I called fives, schmuck.
Schwartz: ... arr, you got me this time.
A conformist body spray that is used by guys, often in heavy doses. Often the user likes to make extremely evident through scent, or verbally, that he is wearing the aforesaid deodorant.
Many guys (and women) were hypnotized, by the excellent use of advertising, to believe that they are using it because it smells good. When in reality the real product is a spray bottle marked, "Axe" that is tied to many marketing gimmicks.
"I'm going to, this very second; spray myself with some wonderful Axe."
"Get me some of that!"
"I want some!"
A: "I love a man who wears Axe."
B: "Have you ever smelled it?"
A: "Well, no..."
A game that is much like Hide-and-go-seek, but is considered less juvenile, so is played by older people. Game works best during the night, and outside. This is played with two teams who alternate being the Hiders, and the Seekers.
After a designated period of wait, the Seekers scavenge the predetermined territory for the other team. After a Hider is found, rules vary on how to officially tag, he is brought to the area marked as prison. From there, fellow teammates can free him. Game is not over until everyone is found.
Note: Game eventually causes great chaos and arguments over rules and teams. A smooth playing game is rare.
"I'm up for some action tonight, let's get some people together and play manhunt."
1. Word used in "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," by Willy Wonka. He claimed that the pictures of snozzberries on his wallpaper tasted like snozzberries.
2. A snozzberry is a mystery fruit/flavor that knows no origin. Generally has an unpleasent flavor.
A:Try some more. The strawberries taste like strawberries. The snozzberries taste like snozzberries!
B: Snozzberries? Who ever heard of a snozzberry?
A: What the hell flavor Kool-Aid is this?
B: By my guess, I'd say snozzberry.
Another way to say goodbye to someone. The meaning is loose. Comes from the movie, Waking Life.
Wiley: Yeah, man. Well, I gotta go man.
John: Ok, later man. Super perfundo on the early eve of your day.
Wiley: What's that mean?
John: Well you know, I've never figured it out. Maybe you can. This guy always whispers it in my ear. Lewis.....he's a reoccurring dream character.
This word if chiefly used by Canadians, and is a knitted winter hat, or beanie
Touks commonly have the classic pom-pom on top.
A: Man, my head is going numb in this crazy blizzard.
B: Dude, what did I tell you? Wear your touk!
noun. (dip-sol-lush-us vay-kay-shun)
1. A state of being where a person declares himself on vacation as an excuse to be lazy and/or to avoid work
2. Can also be used to define a very pleasurable period of time or experience.
Though orthography of the word may vary (sometimes the first "o" is an "a"), this is the most logical spelling.
"dipsoluscious vacation," is the product of the words "dipso
" + "luscious
." Dipso, meaning, "a person who has a compulsion to drink alcohol; a dipsomaniac
," and luscious meaning a variety of things such as “richly appealing to the senses or the mind,” or “having strong sensual or sexual appeal.” These words harmonize together to establish the tone of the word to be euphoric
as used on family guy...
Lois: Peter, tomorrow's Christmas Eve and you still haven't gotten us a tree.
Peter: Lois, I told you I'm on dipsoluscious vacation. What part of that don't you understand?
Larry: Two more days of school left!
Greggo: Sweet, summer will be 3ish
months of non-stop dipsoluscious vacation!