7 definitions by Keira

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Used by idiots who can't articulate correctly in place of the word "have".

Cross-reference: Often used in the same sentence as "your" when what they really mean to say is "you're".

In frequent use in England.
I should of asked for her number.

Those movie tickets cost more than they should of.

It's raining. Your going to be sorry. You should of brought an umbrella.
dodane przez Keira lipiec 25, 2004
A British territory which is a peninsula on the southern tip of Europe, unfortunately attached to Spain.

Strategically connects the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean between Europe and Northern Africa.

Gibraltar was captured by Arabs in 711 and passed to the Spanish in 1462.

Great Britain took control in 1704 during the War of the Spanish Succession, and although Spain has made repeated claims to regain the territory they will never succeed as the Gibraltarians (also known as llanitos) are 99% opposed to shared sovereignty of any kind and wish to remain British Forever!

Population: 31,874.
Solid as the Rock of Gibraltar

Gibraltar - British forever
dodane przez Keira sierpień 09, 2004
Alternative colloquial name for a resident of Gibraltar, ie. a Gibraltarian.
Que vivan lo llanitos
dodane przez Keira sierpień 09, 2004
Means "chair" in French. Often misused by Americans who think that "chaise lounge" is an actual object, when the real name for it is "chaise longue"

(It means long chair for those of you who don't know, NOT lounge chair.)
Duh! Learn to spell!
dodane przez Keira czerwiec 18, 2004
when someone is a complete dumbass
My friend has dumbass syndrome
dodane przez Keira luty 21, 2004
Eggs.

Definition brought into existance by Pirates and other swashbuckling folk.

Some (misinformed) people think the Three Stooges invented this phrase, but they didn't - although it was probably the first time any Americans ever heard of it. Poor sheltered beings.
Aaaar matey, fry some cackle fruit and we'll be having ourselves a feast.
dodane przez Keira czerwiec 17, 2004
bid·nesz (n.)

Slang for "business"

The occupation, work, or trade in which a person is engaged.
A specific occupation or pursuit.
Commercial, industrial, or professional dealings.
A commercial enterprise or establishment.
Volume or amount of commercial trade.
Commercial dealings; patronage.
One's rightful or proper concern or interest.
Something involving one personally.
Serious work or endeavour.
An affair or matter.

Brought to the attention of the general public by Axl Rose's famous pose in front of a car with "bidnesz" on license plate.
Let's get down to bidnesz
dodane przez Keira sierpień 09, 2004

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