Phrase 1. Any predictiveÂ statementÂ that later,Â actuallyÂ comes true. Ex: “MyÂ architecture is being danced on? This is the prophecy Meat Cat spoke of!” Origin: Borrowed and then misquoted from 30 Rock. The actual quote from the show is “this is what Meet Cat spoke of.”
1. A couple that when together make you sick. They tend to be overly affectionate and cutesy.
Ex: Look at Jalisa over there. What a couple of a-holes.
Origin: 30 Rock. The combined name of Jack and his girlfriend Elisa. Seen here.
Noun. 1. Anything that you have some vague idea exists, but really know nothing at all about. Ex: "Dance on the architecture? Is that an efron?"
Noun. 1. A term referring to a brain. Ex: This information is blowin' my mind grapes. Origin: Another Tracy Morgan origional from 30 rock. See also thoughtcicles.
Noun 1. A term of endearment. Â Use in place of “baby” Ex:I love you borpoh! 2. A noise 3. The word Oprah, as garbled by Tina Fey whilst on tranquilizers. Origin: 30 Rock
Adjective 1. Term used to describe something as tired, hackey , over used or being past its 15 minutes. Ex: The whole hecktionary premise is pretty sweaty. 2. Actually being covered in sweat Origin: Tracy Jordan novelty song entitled “Werewolf Bar Mitzvah“