Friday, October 22, 2010
13 more words to start using immediately
See number 6.
The daily app updates on the iTune store that always hold the promise of taking a sad app and making it better, Jude.
Born From A Boombox. Brittany, a CreComm student I don't teach, used it online, and I knew instantly she was talking about me.
Architecture that's weird without purpose. Like the traffic circles on Grosvenor.
Saying hello to the herd.
It's the word that you heard, it's got groove got meaning. Psst. Come to the Ad Majors' Grease Sing-A-Long fundraiser, Monday, Nov. 8, at Lecture Theatre, doors open at 4 p.m.
When the traffic lights stop working at Confusion Corner.
If we can say "murse" without blinking, we can also say manties, right? Hello? Come back!
National Talk Like a Pirate Day, for example.
An awesome plan!
11. Son of a Botch
Winnipeg: "Gitch." Saskatchewan: "Gotch." Disparaging phrase in Saskatchewanese: "Son of a Botch."
The fork at Papa George's with only three prongs.
A lame TV show that seems better when you're on Twitter talking about it in real time. Jersey Shore comes to mind - because..."It's T-shirt tiiiiiiime!"
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When I heard "BFAB" I knew they were talking about me too haha! Also I will start using "Manties" and "Son of a Botch" in my daily life! :)ReplyDelete
Never thought I'd see Kenton Larsen talking about man panties.ReplyDelete
Related: Do you know how strange it is to accidentally spit out liquefied yogurt due to laughter?
Answer: Very strange.