Lee-isms 2/20/2013

Posted: February 20, 2013 in Uncategorized
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I don’t pretend to have created all or any of these. I just want to start sharing some things that are part of my regular vocabulary.

Whatever the fuck ever: This sees your “whatever” and raises you a “fuck”. It adds extra emphasis that you truly do not give a shit. It’s like having a strong drink and asking for a double. It’ll be clear you mean business.

Sample:
“Lee, I think you’re rude.”
“Whatever the fuck ever.”

Beducation: This is simply your knowledge in the bedroom. As we know, some people have Elementary Beducation and others have Graduate Beducation. I like to consider myself a Ph.D in Beducation with a double minor in Beducation.

Sample:
“That girl has an incredible beducation. That was the best ever!”

Alligator mouth on a canary body: These are the annoying people who talk all sorts of shit or act all tough and yet you know that you could stomp them out of existence.

Sample:
“Lee, you’re pissing me off!”
“Take it easy. Don’t let your alligator mouth on a canary body get you into something you can’t get out of.”

Villains: This is to be used only when you’re hanging out with people who either have a record or are guys that are willing to get into a fight for you.

Sample:
“Lee do you want to come over tonight?”
“Despite your incredible beducation, I can’t. I’m partying with villains.”

Licoyout: A younger person who you consider to be a kid. Comes from “little youth.”

Sample:
“That guy upset me.”
“Just ignore him. He’s just some licoyout.”

Biznatchery: This is the behavior exhibited by bitches (can be male or female) and it goes overboard to the point of making you consider jumping out of a building.

Sample:
“Lee, do you want to invite her too?”
“No, thank you. I don’t want to put up with her biznatchery today.”

Expand your vocabulary.

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Comments
  1. milo917 says:

    Why aren’t you writing for urban dictionary.com??? Your definitions are waaaaaaay better than the current ones.

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