Slaxl: The fark is going on on the right hand side bar?[620x593 from http://i.imgur.com/GBMlFJu.png image 620x593]Do people in America only care about Miley Cyrus?
Radak: "Eat like a bird". (Look up what percentage of their own mass birds typically eat.)"Sick as a dog." (Dogs really don't seem to get sick very often.)"Slept like a baby." (Obviously someone who never had a baby.)
Pinner: When people say, "I know, right?"
Bathia_Mapes: [560x375 from http://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/vulture/2013/06/27/27-dexter-greensh irt.o.jpg/a_560x375.jpg image 560x375]Dressed to kill
John Buck 41: With all due respectIt is what it isThose 2 I abhor
New Age Redneck: "catch 23 situation""worse case ontario""what comes around is all around""denial and error""make my words"etc....
thesubliminalman: The first thing to avoid would be ever linking to or clicking on the huffarkington post
simplicimus: John Buck 41: With all due respectIt is what it isThose 2 I abhorWith all due respect = Listen up, Farkwadit is what it is = Sucks to be you
ReapTheChaos: Radak: "Eat like a bird". (Look up what percentage of their own mass birds typically eat.)"Sick as a dog." (Dogs really don't seem to get sick very often.)"Slept like a baby." (Obviously someone who never had a baby.)Eat like a bird refers to how much a bird eats, not how much it eats relative to it's body weight.Sick as a dog means that you're vomiting. If you've ever owned a dog you know they will eat pretty much anything, no matter how rancid or foul, so when they get sick they usually vomit quit violently and profusely. These days people use the word sick for pretty much anything, but years ago sick meant you were vomiting and the term "feeling ill" was used for other ailments like a cold/flu etc.Slept like a baby has nothing to do with them waking up every few hours, it means to sleep very peacefully and sound. If you've ever watched a baby sleep, they can fall asleep pretty much anywhere, in any position, they don't toss and turn and once they're out, they're out like a damn light.
Radak: "To make a long story short..." (They never are.)
God Is My Co-Pirate: For fark's sake, it's "It never rains but it pours" not "when it rains, it pours."As in, just when things seem to be bad, they get even worse.
somemoron: God Is My Co-Pirate: For fark's sake, it's "It never rains but it pours" not "when it rains, it pours."As in, just when things seem to be bad, they get even worse.Um, what?http://www.mortonsalt.com/our-history/morton-adsI've never heard your phrase before.Anyway, one of you musically inclined Farkers could make a mint by turning all of these into some sort of sadistic country & western tune.
Mugato: I've never heard any of these. I mean I've heard of them but not by people in real life.Internet-wise, I'd like a more creative phrase than "basement dweller". Firstly, it's vastly overused and obnoxious but more importantly, I don't have a basement and feel left out.
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