Action,Person

Bitchcakes

29 Jul , 2014  

bitchcakes

Adjective

1. When things are going totally crazy

2. Losing one’s shit.

I’m going to go straight up bitchcakes up in here if I can’t get some breakfast!”

Origin: Beth from News Radio.

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Phenomenon

Spano’d

5 Feb , 2014  

spanod

Adjective

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.

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Body Parts

Hush

4 Sep , 2012  

hush

Noun

1. Vagina.
Ex: A whore’s bath? Yes, I had a one night stand so I rubbed some dryer sheets on my pits and splashed some water on my hush. I’m a modern woman!

Origin: Borrowed from an episode of Happy Endings.

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Television

Floop The Pig

13 Aug , 2012  

Pig_Cardwars

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.

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30 Rock

This is the prophecy Meat Cat spoke of

14 Jun , 2011  

meatcat

Phrase

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.”

 

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Simpsons

Everything Is Coming Up Milhouse

10 Jun , 2011  

milhouse

Exclamation

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.

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Movie

I too am now in the framing business

6 Dec , 2010  

Framing Biz

Phrase

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.

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Dirty,Movie

Cockumentary

3 Nov , 2009  

Cockumentary

Noun

1. Porno

Origin: Borrowed from the filthy mouth of Ms. Kelly P., and who know where she got it.

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Insult

Officer BonerBender

27 Aug , 2009  

Boner Bender

Noun

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

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