non essential, confusing and often misleading word, used in reponse to any sentence which may envoke slight shock or simply a confused state.
most commonly used in situations which in fact, are quite common, and generally quite essential.
person a: have u got any nieces?
person b: yeh, my sister had a baby yesterday
person a: WOW RANDOM!
person a:have u got any nieces?
person b: There was this big yellow bear and he had a tribe ov owls and the owls had green hair and blue wings and very many eyes and one day the dog went to the beach and found The Land of Faraway and decided to go home, and then the Russian Pygmie Army bearing cocktail sticks by the thousands ran at Craig, but craig, having wings flew away, but in his panic, as he was terrified ov the Russian Pygmies bearing cocktail sticks by the thousands (some even had the little umbrella ones.....) he flew straight into the Empire State building, and in a severe state of shock and confusion (as he lives in Clevedon and didn't know where the Empire State building came from) he got a marmite sandwiche out from his bag and ate it. But out of no where a parcel arrived for Egbert, which was a very parculiar thing as no one but me knows anything about Egbert (as he lives in my shoe) and i didn't send him a parcel. To pollys surprise the clouds had turned orange and ofcorse this means it was raining apple juice (durgh). I was walking down the road the other day and suddenly this cookie fell from the sky right in front ov me, 'no waaaaaay' said the man, 'itz raining fucking doughnuts', so he picked up his cat and carried on his journey to Jupiter.
person a: WOW RANDOM!!!!!!!
dodane przez 4bz
kwiecień 07, 2004