2. Blam-o. It's so dumb, but I like it. It's like "nailed it" or "boosh" but less crude and more obnoxious. I "blam-o"ed a table yesterday and they quite enjoyed it. Used in a sentence: no need. It stands alone.
3. Made of win. Describes something you really like. Used in a sentence: "Man, these thigh-high boots are made of win!"
|Why dirty a plate when you can violate both human conduct|
and health codes by dipping fries into the ketchup bottle?
un-related note: what is WITH the guy that writes those awful little "inspirational message" on the inside of Dove chocolate foils? What a wang. I guess they're supposed to uplift the chocolate-eater, but there's really no need! There's chocolate! I got one (of many) today that said, "Every woman is a super (role) model!" What a cheeky little message that implies that not only am I not cute enough to be a super model, AND reminds you to be an upstanding woman. Not just a greedy little glutton made of win. If I were in charge of writing those asinine little sayings I would just put a tiny speaker inside that would scream bloody murder every time you unwrapped it. Blam-o. Got American obesity on lock. Plus hilarious home video footage.