A novel written by Charles Dickens in weekly parts from December 1860 to August 1861. Great Expectations is the story about Pip, a selfish, whiny teenager that grows up into a "gentleman." This is a novel assigned to many high school students to read, and probably the most boring book in existence. My advice, don't waste your time, cliffs notes work.
1) Thanks, Charles Dickens, for wasting two months of my life with your crappy book, Great Expectations.

2) I would call Bernadette, but she is reading that god-awful book Great Expectations.
von Erin the great 7. Juni 2005
A novel written by the famed Victorian era author Charles Dickens in the year 1861. The novel centers on the life of Pip, who was a poor rural boy, until a mysterious benefactor turned him into a London gentleman, and how Pip deals with the fact that his great expectations have left him so much disappointment. It is widely considered one of Charles Dickens’ best novels, and is read in schools all over the world.
man #1 "of all Charles Dickens' novels which is your favorite?"

man#2 "probably Great Expectations, it was exceptionally well written"
von David_Copperfield11 18. August 2011
A powerful dancing diva choir that pulverizes other show choirs with their electric moves, outstanding vocals, fancy footwork and mind boggling costumes. Under new direction since 2010, 'GE' has grown new wings and become even more badass with shows like "It's not easy being green" and "Man vs. machine", both shows that step over the safe borderline between what-were-you-thinking and why-didn't-I-think-of-that.

GE requires all members to try out each year in a two day tryout process involving dance techniques and vocal auditions. It is sometimes revered as a cult within the school district, as mandatory 8 hours practices are held after school every day during competition season.
Yep, Great Expectations really knows how to represent Twinsburg, OH. I hear they get in the paper more than their football team...
von Evilducky420 17. Januar 2011

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