But we are really in trouble when something is amile
Kids these days have a lot of slang for a killer clown movie.
It's a WoRsT cAsE sCeNaRiO
I instead use "in a ball-sack"
One is innuendo the other is inyourwindow
It came back with "page not found".
You could say it's my maison d'être.
The phrase was: "good night"
Emperor Constant Teen.
“I’m sorry, I didn’t vote for him”
"Muay Thai prove you wrong?"
With great powder comes great responsibility.
She calls it her wife eye password.
>! Eye see the issue now !<
I said, “What the make love are you talking about?”
He has a fowl little mind
“..In my case, it was almost impossible.”
Me: ooh..Check you out for playing devil’s avocado.
You know what they say though, "Punny doesn't grow on trees..."
It's two words.
My parents were down in Florida for the week, so I had the house to myself and the following conversation occurred when they came home today.
Dad: Did you vacuum at all?
Me: I was, but just didn't get around to it.
Dad: You know I have some of those in my office.
Dad: Round to its, it is a piece of wood that is round and has the words To It on it. A round to it.
Only been home 10 minutes and was graced with this beauty.
And I called her on it.
Her: I guess you're just rubbing off on me. Me: Yeah, and you're awake this time. Her: Groan
Saying something is a ham-fisted approach doesn't mean hams are actually involved. It's just a pig-ure of speech.
I got the answer right when the word was "fitted sheet" which I followed up with "Similarly, if you were to step in dog poo, you'd have shitted feet."