An extremely rare animal with a short lifespan. Usually a new sport bike enthusiast with the reasoning of a lunatic, whom you might see thrashing on an R1 wearing sandals, shorts, and a tee.
When found lying motionless on the pavement, this creature transforms itself into a stream of blood, exposed flesh, and broken limbs. Hence the squid moniker.
Did you see that guy leave the showroom on the R6? Did you see what he was wearing? What a moron. That Squid.
Any animal that devours its own kind.
"Does this taste funny to you?"
Overheard when two cannibals were eating a clown.
Herby Italian soft drink that goes great with pizza.
Don't forget to tell that wop to bring the Brio with the order.
1. is a creationist
2. believes in the rapture
3. believes God wanted him to be president
4. is a steadfast determined leader, who is wrong on just about everything.
5. fetal alcohol syndrome would explain a lot of things, but Barbera doesn't seem like a drinker.
"All of us here in America should believe, and I think we do, that we should be, as I mentioned, a nation of owners. Owning something is freedom, as far as I'm concerned. It's part of a free society... It's a part of -- it's of being a -- it's a part of -- an important part of America."
A gobsmacking kraut liquer that tastes a little like sambuca, but with an herby taste. Some people swear it has a unique buzz, and I thought it did too when I first tried it...but then I remembered the spliff I smoked only moments earlier. Damn that short term memory!
You gotta love that label on the bottle with the deer buck and the cross...it's so....Jagermeister.
A woman's asshole.
Boy, as soon as I slid two fingers in the cooch and one in the coolie she went bonkers!
43rd President of the United states of America. He believes in relying on "instinct", the problem is that you need experience to draw from in order for your instincts to be any use.
WASHINGTON POST: Why do you think bin Laden has not been caught?
DUBYA: Because he's hiding.
-- Dubya offers a ludicrous answer to a serious question, interview with Michael A. Fletcher and Jim VandeHei of the Washington Post aboard Air Force One, Jan. 14, 2005