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Wanna go to Disneyland?

18 Jul , 2014  

therock

Interrogative phrase

1. A phrase of apology or consolation in response to someone’s terrible situation or news. This is given as a symbolic gesture when there is nothing that can be said to explain your support, and care of this person without sounding weird.

Ex:” Yeah, My dad fought really hard, but he couldn’t make it.” “…hey man, wanna go to Disneyland?”

Origin: The Nerdist Podcast host, Chris Hardwick and guest Hannibal Buress were discussing what happens when someone dies and there is no way that you can say anything to make that person feel better, but you still want to say some statement of support that shows that you care and you are there for them without being creepy. Since the nature of this “I support you” statement is often awkward, this phrase instead would provide comic levity as well as show support.

See also: Flarb

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Borrowed,Inappropriate

Dicked up

25 Jan , 2009  

dickedup

Adjective

1. Screwed up/messed up.
Ex: What those parents are doing to their daughters with the pageants is so dicked up.

Origin: Not totally sure

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Borrowed

Crimmies

18 Jan , 2009  

crimmies

Noun

1. Criminals
Ex:
The police went chasing after the crimmies.

See also- Crims

Origin: BBC America’s great car show Top Gear.  In an episode, the hosts try to find a faster cheaper alternative to the “station wagon”cruisers, in hopes of a cooler car.

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Borrowed,Unnecessary Word shortening

Comfers-Cozers

6 Jan , 2009  

Adjective

1. Giving or having a feeling of being comfortable.
Ex:
Aww look, your jammies make you look all comfers-cozers!

Origin: Borrowed from Vice Magazine’s “Do’s and Don’ts” section.

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Borrowed

Root Marm

6 Jan , 2009  

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Noun

1. Any beverage at all.
Ex:
Can you get my root marm from the fridge?

Origin: Borrowed from Adam R. who borrowed from the Simpsons

Borrowed,Nonsense

Grizzlebees

6 Jan , 2009  

grizzlebees

Noun

1. Crumbs and or foreign particles on your person. Specifically face and or rack.
Ex
: Chris, it looks like you have some grizzlebees on the back of your sleeve.

Origin: borrowed and repurposed from Sealab 2021, and has nothing to do with beards or bees at all.

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