1. Super tired and fighting to stay awake.
Ex:”We just got here. How are you already straight Spano’d?”
Origin: That pill episode of saved by the bell and Jessie (the person not the tv character) being fall down sleepy while out and about.
1. Taking an unconventional path to success.
Ex: I was just a caterer, then I flooped the pig, and now I know the most successful Super Crackers in the the tri-state area.
Origin: Borrowed from the Adventure Time episode, Card Wars. The two main characters are playing a Magic the Gathering like card game. Fin the character who has never played the game floops (activates/taps) his pig card, Jake the experienced player laughs at Fin’s choice, and then is quickly defeated.
1. Any predictive statement that later, actually comes true.
Ex: “My 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. Everything is going your way. A series of personal successes.
Ex: “The girl I hated broke up with me and she let me down gently – everything’s is coming up Milhouse!”
Origin: Borrowed from an episode of the Simpsons.
1. A method of explaining that you have been dumped by your significant other.
Ex:Well, you’re lucky, because unlike you, I didn’t get a letter with all those obscure adjectives. What are you talking about? I too now am in the framing business.
Origin: This is borrowed from Mallrats.
1. A woman who’s ugliness insights a man to lose his erection (boner), instantly ruining whatever he had cooked up in his head.
Ex: Officer BonerBender over there is working her terrible magic with the jumpsuit.
2. Someone intent on ruining a wonderful evening in whatever way possible.
Ex: Nice job Officer BonerBender, you just got us kicked out of a bar..
Origin: Vice do’s and dont’s can I just say this column is consistantly hilarious