The WORD of the Day
A dishonest man spreads strife, and a whisperer separates close friends.
The Word of the Day
noun: 1. An accessory, embellishment, or byproduct of a main work. 2. Subsidiary work undertaken in addition to one's main employment.
The Urban Word of the Day
Sailing the internet
To illegally download content, internet piracy.
So whatcha doing tonight?
I'm sailing the internet looking for movies
blessed from behind
Your ass is huge.
"Damn girl you are blessed from behind"
Carpin all those diems
Making the most of your time
"Only losers look stuff up while the rest of us are carpin all those diems."
Any passenger for Uber or Lyft that gives you a bad rating over the most ridiculous thing you can imagine.
I got a text, an email and an alert on my mobile device from (ridesharing company) about how dirty my car is. Came to find out it was a fucking ride critic that complained about the water spots on the right side windows.
The state of ignorance towards popular internet memes; the description of a person who does not recognise 90% of internet jokes. origins: internet + naive
"She's so internaive, I can impress her by sending stale memes."
Equivalent to Fem. "Maiden Name " When a man changes his name to match that of his partner, his former surname is his "Bachelor Name "
When filling out this form, your Bachelor Name goes on line two.
I just can't Trump today
Not going to work
I just can't Trump today.
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Wednesday, September 20, 2006
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