Amplifiers by H.Lewis York

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I’m piled high in the chedda. ” That dude’s cheesin’! Wonder why he’s so happy. cheet The orange dust that coats your fingers and lips after eating Cheetos. I know you’ve been eating my Cheetos again—you’ve got cheet all over your clothes! chew toy The person you have or will have carnal relations with, but never a serious relationship. Do you like my chew toy for the night? I met him on the dance floor. child supervision When an older person, especially a parent, needs a tech-savvy kid to help them with computers or other electronic devices.

With sarcastic use, means that something is not awesome at all. A lower and calmer tone of voice is used, and is generally followed by derogatory physical action such as a shrug or eye rolling. You: I’m so happy to be going with my family on vacation, where I can’t party . . Me: Awesomeness . . (Rolls eyes) awkward arm The arm that has nowhere to go when cuddling, spooning, or sleeping next to someone else. It usually leads to wishing arms could be pulled off and then put back on afterward. (After trying to settle into a comfortable spooning position) Uh-oh, it’s the return of AWKWARD ARM!

You know, the bar and shit. Hey, how about that chick flick you always wanted to watch? Let’s watch that. and then I found five dollars A phrase used at the end of a story that had really no point. Used at the end of boring stories to make them seem more interesting and worthwhile. Yesterday, I went to the fridge and took out a yogurt but put it back and got an apple, instead . . and then I found five dollars. annivorcery Anniversary of a divorce. My parents’ annivorcery was last month. Each of them celebrated with their new spouses.

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