Term used to identify recent arrivals to upper class areas in San Francisco
nervous that they don't fit in.
Do they freak out and correct you when you use it? You've found a newbie
Bob: "Nice weather for Frisco"
Bill: "Never call it Frisco! It's an insult! Only people that aren't from around here use the term!"
Bob: "How long have you lived here?"
Bill: "Three years. More than enough to be a local."
A shibboleth that people that believe that the English language should be static use to find each other.
Kind of like a secret fraternity handshake.
Q: "What is the correct way to say a word is not spelled properly?"
A: "Oh god. You're one of those 'misspelt' dumbasses, aren't you? Shoo! The thumbs down button is up and to the right."
1) A hard piece of shit that is starting to emerge from between your cheeks before you get to the toilet.
2) A notoriously bad, self indulgent film by Vincent Gallo.
Bob: (Bangs on stall door) "Hurry up! I've got a Brown Bunny here!"
Bill: "OK, OK" (Leaves stall)
Bob: "Thanks!" (Grabs cans of film and rushes in. Seconds later, a flushing sound is heard)
Bob: "Ahhh... That's much better." (Emerges with now empty film cans).