Friday, 8 October 2010
03:38:41 AM (GMT)
My speech pattern has gotten kind of strange and includes words are phrases that you
may not really understand, so here's a listy thing to help.
Number one: Makes tears go 'plub'.
A comment to show that something is negative. For instance, running two mile warm ups
make tears go 'plub', as does realizing there's a mistake on your homework.
The reverse of this is, of course, "Makes happy tears go 'plub'."
Number two: Can go screw itself quietly in a corner with a modified nail gun.
A negative thing that doesn't matter.
"Hey, Kirti, the directions say to use one format for each phrase."
"Well the directions can go screw themselves quietly in a corner with a modified nail
Number three: Shiz a tiz!
The least urgent of my false curse phrases. There are several.
1- Shiz a tiz!
2- Shiz a tiz on ice!
3- Shiz a tiz on ice without blades!
4- Shiz a tiz, on ice, without blades, next to a furnace!
Number four: And just as a hint, the answer is 'yes'."
What a say to let people know that I am getting a second opinion as a joke to make a
"Jamie, you're a girl, so tell me, true or false (and just as a hint the answer is
'true'), girls are just attracted to clean bicycles?"
"See Graham! Jamie knows what she's talking about here. Let us wash your bike."
Number five: Deferdoodles.
Quite simply, it means "definately".
Number six: Totes Mah Goats.
This a a popular phrase used by all teenagers where I live, but it seems kind of
regional. It just means "totally".
Number seven: Skeevey.
This is definately a phrase only used in my region, but it's used so much that it
keeps sneaking into my conversations.
Disgusting, suspicious, unappealing, creepy, injust.
It can be used a lot of ways. If a person gives you the skeeves, you find them
creepy. A person is skeevey, but a situation can be "skeevtastic", where as a rule or
system can be either. Mind you, it's slang, so none of these rules are absolute. We
just use it however it sounds right.
Number eight: Froshbosh.
A word for "freshmen", along with "Frosh", "freshie", "freshmini", "freshmeat", and
Number nine: What about him?
This is a phrase that means whatever you are exclaiming about is not really
important, to be employed after someone exclaims "Jesus Christ" or "Oh my God!"
Number ten: XC
Cross Country, specifically cross country running. Occasionally abbreiviated to "CC",
but where's the fun in that? The X is the cross, clearly. It may not be the sport of
kings, but it is the sport of masochists. Running ten miles a day, be it pouring rain
or blistering heat, through forests, and up hills- and then up some more hills- is
Number eleven: JV.
Stands for Junior Varsity, it's the section of the cross country running team that I
am classified in for races.
Number twelve: Diverticulitous
Technically an inflimation of the lower intestine, it is a word to employ whenever
you have trouble saying a word. After attempting to say something three times I will
say "diverticulitous" to show that what I am failing to say is a word that is
difficult to pronounce, then try the word again and usually get it right.
Number thirteen: Memories that will last a lunchtime
It means we had fun!! Based off the cliche "memories that will last a lifetime.",
because honestly when will they?
Number fourteen: That ____ meets with my approval. My approval and ____ go out for
tea and scones sometimes whilst discussing how awesome that is.
Which means... I like that.
Number fifteen: The answer is 'D', Poland.
Picked up form my dad, any question asked of me that I do not know the answer to is
Number sixteen: Y chromosomes
Anyone who posesses a Y chromosome, I.E males. Whereas some people judge to deciding
factor between genders to be between the legs, I just think of it as being inside the
cells. Sometimes girls are referred to simply as XX's.
Number seventeen: You can just suck my completly figurative eight inch
Which I don't say currently because it is unbecoming of a Guilderland Athlete, but it
means "This is a laughing matter, so I don't care."
More coming later, maybe.
If there's anything weird other people say leave it in comments. It might get used
later by a freak with pink hair.
Last edited: 9 October 2010