Ignorant way of saying, texting, or posting on facebook the contraction of should have (should've). Especially pathetic when supposedly educated people use the phrase.
I should of paid attention in high school English class so my participles wouldn't be dangling.
a crybaby loser pussy-type who needs to grow some cajones and start acting like a man
Billy: "Dude, I can't get Ronnie to play tackle football with us 'cause he's too afraid of getting hit."
Jimmy: "It doesn't surprise me, he's always been a fuckin' jackwagon anyway."
The Monday after Thanksgiving Day, when online retailers keep the Black Friday-like bullshit going by constantly bombarding our e-mail inboxes and facebook statuses with annoying-ass ads to buy their products on our employers' time.
These companies apparently don't realize their tactics actually have the reverse effect and that many of us are actually out deer hunting on this day and are carrying loaded .30-06 (thirty-aught-six) rifles.
If I get one more Cyber Monday e-mail today from company X I'm gonna blow my fucking laptop up!
A sarcastic phrase used to inform someone they are pursuing the wrong course of thought/action or barking up the wrong tree
Comes from Obi-Wan Kenobi's use of an old Jedi mind trick
on Stormtroopers in Star Wars Episode IV in order to help them avoid Imperial entanglements.
Homeboy: "Man, why can't I get in da club tonight, yo?!"
Bouncer: "Holmes, these aren't the droids you're looking for wit'cha pants on da ground
. You gon' have to hang elsewhere tonight with that attire."
Petty, dim-witted, female dictator from a large but sparsely populated state who abdicated the throne after 2 years to move on to greener pasture$ and spread propaganda in hopes of a coup d'etat of the U.S. Government in 2012.
See also Gorilla from Wasilla and Caribou Barbie.
Mooselini has made quite a few appearances on Faux News ever since she abdicated and was supposedly going into hiding.
An expensive gathering of family and friends to observe a corpse, state that the deceased "looks good" in his or her coffin, gossip over how the person died, and then cast lots to divide any remaining assets.
Often many of the attendees haven't had contact with the deceased in years but now believe that appearing at the funeral to show support actually matters to a dead person or the truly bereaved.
Mark: Man, if I hear one more person say that Uncle Ray "looks good" in his coffin tonight during funeral calling hours I'm gonna flip out!
Jake: I know, right?! That bone cancer ate him away and he weighed 47 lbs when he died! Makes no sense!
something human beings clearly saw at some point in time but is now extinct
Now museum, now you don't.