Modern painter and telivison teacher. Known for his large, white-man 'fro, punctual 30 minute painting sessions, and soothing voice. Often refers to the inanimate objects (trees, rocks, mountians etc.) he is painting as real and lonely, whereby out of pity he will paint another inanimate object as a 'friend' to the first. Paints against an all black background and is often shown on PBS in the wee hours of the morning.
"My botany Professor talks exactly like Bob Ross. He keeps calling flowers and trees 'happy' and placing them near each other because he claims they will become friends. And cause of his voice, I have yet to stay awake for an entire lecture."
Popular energy drink sporting the small 8oz blue and chrome tartan cans and the catchphrase 'Red Bull gives you wiiiings!'
Derived from the liquid oxygen fuel of NASA booster rockets.
Frank: "Why is there blood all over the walls?"
Will: "Tommy had too many Red Bulls. He kept running around like a maniac smashing himself into this and that before he finally combusted outside."
Despite the common misconception that it is Baltimore, Annapolis is Maryland's capital city and one of its pride and joys. Regarded as the sailing capital of the world, Annapolis is a city near the mouth of the Severn River. The water way that comes into downtown is the famous Ego Alley, home to a lot of very expensive motorboats but a shockingly less number of compitent boaters. Remembered largely for its brick streets and many old colonial buildings, Annapolis is a modern city that remembers its past. Housing in the city is extremely expensive, as the land value is very high. Like any Maryland water city it loves its crabs but unlike Baltimore, crabs refers only to the sea creature. Also (and most notably) Annapolis is home to the famous United State Naval Academy. The uniformed 'mids' are often founds walking the streets. Oddly and almost comically, just up the streets is St. John's college: the ultimate liberal arts school whose entire curriculum consists only of the 200 'great' books. The 'johnnies' contrasts the mids with long hair, beards, tye dye shirts, and lack of shoes. Once a year, the two colleges compete in a croquet tournament. People wise, Annapolis tends to attract the preppier Marylanders as spotting people who don't own at least one Ralph Lauren Polo is rare. Parking is hell on Earth.
All in all, a great city. One of the greatest in the world.
I want some crabs and no way am I going to drive around for 45 minutes looking for a parking space- lower the boatlift and start the engine! We're going to Annapolis!
On a polo shirt, the style of lifting the collar up instead of having it in its natural, down position.
"If I see another popped collar, necks will be broken!"
A Star Wars character introduced in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace and one of the more irritating pieces of crap to come out of George Lucas' brain. Strongly resembles the tired ethnic stereotypes of African Americans (either intentionally or accidentally).
"Obi-Wan: Jar-Jar, wheres the space ship?
Jar-Jar: Messuh sorry. Mesuh sold it to buy some space-spliff."
Small, manuverable new-age mini sportser that draws heavily upon early European sports cars but has none of the infamous rust or engine troubles.
Although efficient and fun to drive, it is a car widely associated with women and homosexual men.
While owning a Miata may not automatically make you gay, refering to it as your "cute" or "fabulous" little car will.
One of the Ford Motor Company's pride and joy, the Mustang is well known for their classic years in the mid 1960s to the early 1970s. Expierenced a lull in from that point until the early to mid 1990s when the car got back on the road to recovery.
Although a prime example of American muscle, the Mustang was also popular as a mid-powered cruiser.
"Ah, shit! It's the fuzz! Lucky for us, we're in a Mustang! Floor it, Louie!"