phone company (cellular and land line) that screws people out of their money with mediocre service and shitty reception. Sure, they cover 97% of America, but that coverage is only if you have roaming enabled on your phone, and even then you only get one bar.
And then we got the telephone (bill) here, AT&T: American Thieves and Thugs, which is another way of saying more money for the Mafia! -Archie Bunker, All in The Family, S7E18
Originally, a song by Rage Against the Machine from their self-titled 1992 debut album. Now, most people think it's a shitty song by Green Day from their shitty album 21st Century Breakdown
Lyrics from Rage Against the Machine's Know Your Enemy: 'Word is born: fight the war, fuck the norm!'
Steve: Hey man, have you heard that song "Know Your Enemy" by Green Day?
Frank: Yeah man, it sucks
Steve: I know, it sounds like every other rock song out there. I remember the '90s, when Green Day was cool...
Jap car company that began assfucking Detroit in the 1970s as part of its revenge plan for being nuked in WWII. Another part of said plan, enacted within the last five years, is to have Americans buy their fuel-efficient cars, then have them die in car wrecks caused by a deliberate factory defect in the accelerator pedal.
Toyota: Moving Forward...at 94 miles per hour, with the brakes on, over into oncoming traffic...only an 18-wheeler can stop us now.
A cocktail invented around 1918 in either London or Paris. To make it, you take eight parts brandy or cognac, mix with two parts orange liqueur (Cointreau, Grand Marnier, or another triple sec), and one part lemon juice. To serve, you mix the ingredients in a shaker half-full with ice, then strain and serve in a sugar-rimmed glass, and finally garnish with a strip of lemon rind. You can also use vodka, bourbon, or gin in place of the brandy and/or cognac
Man, the bartender at that restaurant made the best damn sidecar I ever had.
A way of saying that something is very unlikely or will never happen. Polite version is in a pig's eye
, which is used in mixed company.
Typical white kid at VEHS: "OMG I am so cool coz I can rap and I listen to Lil Wayne!!!1one1!
Me: "In a pig's ass you are! And Lil Wayne eats my nutsack!"
Dubya, after Hurricane Katrina in 2005: "You're doing a heck of a job, Brownie!" (referring to FEMA director Michael Brown."
New Orleans resident: "In a pig's ass he is! My house is flooded, we're stuck on our roof and my kids haven't eaten in days!
To masturbate. 'Nuff said.
After class, I came back to find my room-mate watching midget ass porn while doing the tube steak boogie.
I'm bored. Gonna go pick up a Playboy and do the tube steak boogie to kill some time.
Former manager for the Baltimore Orioles major-league baseball team. Managed the Orioles from 1968 to 1982, and again from 1985-1986. Won the 1970 World Series, had his number (#4) retired in 1982, and was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1996. One of baseball's old-school managers. For his West Coast counterpart, look up Tommy Lasorda
Tom Moore: "Bill Whitehouse from Frederick, Maryland wants to know why you and the Orioles don't go out and get some more team speed?"
Earl Weaver: "Team speed for chrissakes, you get fuckin' goddam little fleas on the fuckin' bases, getting picked off, tryin' to steal, gettin' thrown out, takin' runs away from you, get them big cocksuckers that can hit the fuckin' ball out the ballpark and ya can't make any goddam mistakes."
-From the Manager's Corner, 1982