An analogy to explain a certain (usually political) system, beginning with the statement "you have two cows" and explaining what would happen to them under that system, sometimes involving your neighbours and often the government.
Popularly used for many things, including video games
: You have two cows. You use them to explain a political system.
: You have two cows. You milk them and sell the milk.
: You have two cows. You and your neighbours vote on who gets the milk.
: You have two cows. The lord tithes most of the milk and lets you keep the rest.
: You have two cows. They get eaten by grue
When you say one thing, but mean your mother.
- He was wearing this apron that said kiss the cock, and -
- Kiss the cock? Was that a freudian penis?
After the Dianna-Wynn-Jones book of the same name, a hexwood book is a book
that is confusing to the point of being unreadable, usually due to taking place in several different timeline
s or alternate realities
Have you ever tried to read Illuminatus
Yeah, but I couldn't get into it. The middle part's too hexwood for me.
For a song or even movie clip to "shuffle on" is for it to appear on a randomised playlist (which is said to be "shuffled").
See also shuffle
Hey, Rock and Roll lifestyle just shuffled on (past tense of shuffle on), I love that song!
A cheery, laid-back kind of music, supposedly derived from the much harsher genre of psyche (a punk subgenre), supposed to recreate the experience of hallucinogenic (psychadelic) drugs, though it has closer links to country. Mostly an extinct genre, popular during flower power.
The Free Design was a soft psyche group