Used either when things are going well, or sarcastically when things are going terribly. From Douglas Adams' _Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy._ Phenomon in books andmovies where the populace at large completely ignores something strange and otherwise very noticeable, because it's only of concern to the main characters. Brown-eyed, sweet, cute, hot chick that lives in, oh yeah! Sometimes they will end up saving the day for you (hence the name safety) when you're out of cigs and craving like a madman. Unidentifiable object or group of objects - or, if known, can be a catch-all word for everything Example: In a restaurant: Honey, you have some schmutz on your face. a word that derivied out of a speech team of mine..means cool, good or to be used in a congratalatory remark. Named for a priest whose breathing you hear from the back of the chapel. Historically used to describe Michael Schumacher fans. First official usage in Boyett's TREKS NOT TAKEN (Harper Collins).
Example: Yeah, I have three papers due tomorrow morning. Example: Fan1: There's a giant BAT flying above New York! Example: The Schufosi went wild as the Ferrari driver won the race. It must be removed from the rolling track ball to make the mouse function smoothly. Example: It's hard to say which is more schwoopy, Betty Page or a '69 Corvette.
When faced with a complicated equation that persistently refuses to work out, merely multiply whatever answer you do have by the Safstrom-Phillips Non-Constant-- which is just a good name for the day's expected top temperature. I'll just mulitply it by the Safstrom-Phillips Non-Constant and use whatever I get. Also refers to Photoshop era that we live in, the sampledelic era. Example: Some thought that Grant was a real jerk, but those of us who knew him best realized his caustic remarks were nothing more than his attempts at sarcomedy. Occurs on a Saturday night when you and your two cronies just add to the non-existing girl-guy party ratio. Read Dashiell Hammett or Raymond Chandler to see fin, sawbuck, and double sawbuck in action.] Example: The cost to get into the club has gone up to a sawbuck now. Example: Have you ever played Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon and watched _Wizard of Oz_ at the same time? The other day, my roommate flipped out 'cause I left a piece of toast on the table ... To advertise a job opening as one thing or to have one set of requirements--only for the applicant to find out the job is nowhere like what was described on the internet or in the newspaper.
Responses may take a while.#lounge: Relax, kick back, and enjoy the nice lounge room Pleasure turned in astonishment and then in fear, when his thick finger popped her cherry, but his strong hands didn\'t let her go until he has fully enjoyed her gorgeous flesh!
Reverse engineering the login protocol for a native OS X client meant running Ethereal in X11 to inspect a Java program running in the OS 9 Classic environment: a remarkable feat, but man, was it slow going.
Example: Let's head up to Ontario this weekend to check out some s2. An unfinished cigarette that is purposely extinguished so it can be saved and re-lit later on. Example: You got some schmooda on your pants there... To breathe through the nose so deeply that everyone within a mile radius can hear it. A derogatory term used by Formula One fans to describe bandwagon Ferrari Fans.
(drool) OR Getting drunk from communion wine in church because it tastes really good and goes well with the crackers is a perfect example of being sacrelicious. OR Why don't you get up a little earlier in the morning? a danglish word (combination of german and english) used often at method - a total idiot/dolt Example: hey, rico, do not be such a schmoodlapp always use the damn grid and the ever so friendly yet modern font helvetica from the Yiddish. Specifically, 2) The stuff that accumulates between the strings and the fret board by playing a guitar. We changed the battery and even thought about pulling the engine..Felipe schoolboyed us and showed us we'd used the wrong car keys.
This version incorporates descriptive information about federal records acquired by the National Archives after the 1995 paper edition went to press, and it is regularly updated to reflect new acquisitions of federal records.
Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration, 1995.
Throughout the ages people have told stories and spread legends that contained elements of the story we all know.
Here, prepared by members of the Garden of Mind Control, are thirteen chilling and erotic tales of Belle’s Beast.
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