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Define me, internet. April 1, 2008

Filed under: Uncategorized — Sarah @ 8:38 pm
Thanks to Emily for this.
Go to urbandictionary.com, and type in your answer to each question in the search box. Once you get the definition, copy and paste it under your answer. Only choose one and only use the first page.
1.  Your name? Sarah

The name “Sarah” is translated from the Hebrew language. It means “Princess”…and rightly so!

2.  Nickname? Winters (yes, my friends are creative people)

There wasn’t a definition for this, and the closest one was, um, unfit for sharing.

3.  Relationship status? Married

Having a spouse, being joined in matrimony. Having a close union with another person.

The state of being legally wed; can either be heaven or hell (or sometimes both).

4.  You describe your best friends as? Honest

What everyone wants you to be, but no one wants to hear

5.  What should you be doing? Cleaning

1.Action that people do when bored.
Involve taking a pile of junk and moving it to somewhere else in the house.

2.Removing all useless part of a whole so that it is better.

6.  Favorite Food? Olives

Olives: The only food on the planet that looks like a testicle, and tastes like urine smells.

7.  Home State? Nebraska

Yes, it’s actually a state, and no, we do not ride cows to school.

8.  Finish the line: “the best thing[s] in life is/are __?” free

How chavs and southerners tend to pronounce “three” of something.

9.  Use one word to describe yourself.  Antsy

Completely retarded and an unbelievable nerd

10.  Current Boy/Girl Friend (husband): Scott

Generally someone who is too intelegent for their own good, likes sugary candies, and is flaily. Also describes somene who is anti-social, and would rather play video games than go to the movies.

This one kind of hit the nail on the head. Scott is indeed very “intelegent.”


5 Responses to “Define me, internet.”

  1. Emily Says:

    Yeah, I had to edit a definition or two to make it appropriate for sharing.

  2. Sarah Says:

    I don’t think any amount of editing could have made this one family-friendly.

  3. Emily Says:

    I must look this up when I get home from work.

  4. Monica Says:

    i was going to do this but my first definitions…my name…were all inappropriate and it mad me mad!!

  5. Sarah Says:

    The one about Friends wasn’t bad… the other ones, yikes.

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