Ex: "I heard Lady Gaga is a herm, but I'd still bang him/her."
1. "I am going to."
Ex: Ima dance all over that architecture.
Origin: Its a carry over from doing hick/country/Indiana accents and voices.
Pronounced like aim, but with a "n".
Ex: Be a little more Warden Gentles with your architecture this time? Girl I'd be more worried about that ain.
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.
Pronounced (reâ€¢gees) Adjective 1. Regular sized, arranged in a reoccurring pattern. Ex: I would like a reggie sized glass of juice, please. Origin: Jess started asking for things reggie sized and she’s crazy.
Proper Noun 1. A silly term for the great depression, Now children the Great Depresh was rough on all families. Origin: 2008 7th grade social studies lesson that Jessie was actually teaching.Â Students commmented on the usage and seemed to enjoy.Â Antics preformed in the classroom frequently inspire bizarre twists like this to keep children attentive.