A warm greeting among family and friends to ask about their well being. Phrased is used when you want to know more information than just "good" or "bad."
Mom: Hi son, how's your face?
Son: Pretty good, I got a raise at work today. How's your face?
Mom: Not bad, I finished my Christmas shopping today.
Olive Garden's “authentic” version of spaghetti. Technically, a lot of children pronounce spaghetti this way when they are learning to talk. Olive Garden took it literally.
Waiter: What would you like to order this evening?
Patron: I'll have the skabetti with meatballs.
Having a sweet ass. Can apply to both females and males. Complements about someone's rumpiness is usually followed by appreciative palming of the person's rump.
Guy to his girlfriend: You're looking especially rumpy today.
Running a bar of soap through your partner's ass crack. Move is best used during a playful sexy shower
Guy: Can I wash your sweet rump
Girl: Do it like a credit card!
1) Taking your civic duty too far when voting during election season in the hopes that one day, people might vote for you for president.
3) Casting thousands of votes on TMZ
.com in hopes that one day you'll be famous enough to have 60,000 people vote they'd rather do you than Jessica Alba.
2) Voting for Urban Dictionary entries in order to get up votes for your definitions.
Guy: Who are you voting for today?
Girl: Who ever is first on the ballot! It really doesn't matter who, I'm just trying to pump up my voting karma for when I run for president.
English muffins or whole wheat buns with parmesan cheese, placed under a broiler. Origins come from Sesame Street telling children that all foreign people or food is basically Spanish.
Wife: What's for dinner tonight?
Husband: Spanish toast.
Wife: Did you learn to make it when you studied in Spain?
Husband: No, I learned it from Big Bird. Duh.
A fast bowel movement. Typically used as an insult in place of asshole
I can't stand my new neighbor, he's such a turd bullet.