Go to www. urbandictionary. com and type in your answer to each question in the search box, then write the FIRST definition it gives you. Unless the second or third definition is funnier or more shareable, IYKWIM (search my name and you will KWIM)
1) Your name? Dawn
(v) - To be dawned.
Setting a person on fire (or just burning them), then whacking them in the head with a pot, then throwing ice cubes at them, then injecting them with air to cause an embolism. Usually fatal.
My lecturer gave me a bad mark for my experimental sound assignment, so I dawned her.
2) Your Gender? Female (I picked a different one just because I didn't want to copy Esther.)
1)n.- The opposite of male in any species on earth, usually the reproductive member of the species, except in seahorses, coming in a variety of classes from cherished partner to ankle.
2)n.- The only match to the male human that constitutes a heterosexual relationship.
Women, can't live with them, can't have a heterosexual relationship without them.
3) One of your friends?
A formidable foe to normal people. intelligent, strong forceful. a weird hybrid of a bully and a nerd. As well as the first dictator of the America and king of the new peaceful world. Also known as Timebomb and various other variations including at least TB.
I am David. All other David's fall in march as we conquer the world. For a new Earth of peace void of general stupidity.
4) What should you be doing? my mouth is still agape from my first choice and I'm not going to tell you what it was, it was that bad. Okay, this one is better: cleaning house.
To be in the process of either -To be effortlessly winning at any form of gambling where one plays against The "house" or "bank". Now extended to also mean effortlessly winning at friendly card games or any form of gambling. -To be pulverising the opposition when heavily outnumbered. Can refer to massacres, brawls or anything similar.
"He was cleaning house at the craps table last night"
"He's cleaning house at the drugs den because he has a wicked AK."
"The undertaker is in the ring and is cleaning house."
5) Favorite color? purple
slang for Promethazine Cough Syrup (codeine). Made popular in dirty south rap, primarily Houston. Induces trance-like state. Synonyms: Syrup, Oil, Sizzurp, Lean, Drank
I got a purple sprite and ya'll ain't. Paul Wall Go get a pint of purple.
6) Where were you born? Mt. Vernon
Often thought of as the ghettoest place in Westchester, Mount Vernon actually contains one million dollar houses in overlapping areas. Neighboring country clubs in the "elite" Bronxville, Eastchester, and Tuckahoe towns made up of very Irish and Italian immigrants. The other half is a scarya$$ place that half the city has never been to, you know, or else they'd get shot.
Person One: "I live in Mt. Vernon."
Person Two: "Oh..."
Person One: "No, no, but I REALLY live in Bronxville."
Person Two: "Ohhhh!"
7) Month you were born? June
A versatile word that is numerous in meanings. Originating in Sydney, Australia, and developed by Robbo (the big June), it is used in the phrase to "june out". Since its origination in Sydney, it has spread via BBC to international status. To june out means to alter ones state of mind. It can occur from excessive consumption of alcohol, or when one is perhaps day dreaming in a class at school. It may also be used as a title, where "the big june" means to be one of the greats.
"Oh man, i was juning out massively in maths this morning!!"
"Jonathan Batty is the Big June"
8) Last person you talked to/texted on the phone? secretary was boring, so I went with where I called - Bel Air (Elementary)
where Will Smith grew up with his aunt and uncle so that he could get a better education
In west Philadelphia born and raised
on the playground is where I spent most of my days
chilling out, maxing and relaxing
all cool and all shooting some b-ball outside of school
when a couple of guys they were up to no good
started making trouble in our neighborhood
i got in one little fight and my mom got scared
she said your moving in with your auntie and uncle in Bel-Air
9) Your pets name? None
The lack of anything
Nada, zip, devoid
10) Your last name?
used to describe the appearance of clothing that it too tight for someone.
Often goes over peoples head when used in a sentence.
an item of clothing that is too small
My man that shirts is looking a little young on you...
I probably wasn't supposed to fix grammar, capitalization, spelling, or punctuation, but I just couldn't help it.