dickfreckle: BSABSVR: Totes.I farking despise that 'word.' Anyone saying without irony gets an immediate punch in the crotch.
vartian: There is a reporter at a competing paper to mine (and one that I worked at for seven years) who is absolutely ripped and more then a tad nuts. My former colleges have informed me they refer to him as "Cray-cray," while the staff at my current magazine calls him "abs." This has led to my roommate and I combining both to come up with "crabs," something we have both gotten quite a lot of enjoyment out of, especially when we are commenting on his work in the White House briefing room.So I say keep that one. Also, adorkable is a wonderful and useful term.
Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: That is NOT is response to WhiskeyBender!
skinink: Honey Boo Boo.
Bennie Crabtree: Cray-cray is terrible though.
dogdaze: That's ridonkulous.
Notabunny: I stopped using such words before it was cool
Robots are Strong: dickfreckle: BSABSVR: Totes.I farking despise that 'word.' Anyone saying without irony gets an immediate punch in the crotch.I told my wife that something was "totes cray-cray" recently. She looked at me like I was retarded for about 5 seconds and then slapped me. Maybe she doesn't appreciate irony.
Mister Peejay: dickfreckle: BSABSVR: Totes.I farking despise that 'word.' Anyone saying without irony gets an immediate punch in the crotch.Tote is a verb that means "to carry". I tote, he totes, she totes, they tote.
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