I don't know, but when you poke fun at someone that's everything you're not - in a ginormous way, it kind of magnifies all the things you lack. It kind of makes you look envious and juvenile. It's like you are explaining the very essence of who you are without really saying much.
Put a lot of thought into that theory, did you?
Hmmm...it's Chez's site, and he can poke fun at whoever the hell he wants.Simple as that.(Personally, I don't give a toss about Tebow. But I have to admit that the quote was funny.)
Nothing says first year psych major pseudo intellectual like using words like "ginormous".Shut up.
Just two years after a majority of visitors to Merriam-Webster OnLine declared it to be their "Favorite Word (Not in the Dictionary)," the adjective "ginormous" (now officially defined as "extremely large: humongous"), has won a legitimate place in the 2007 copyright update of Merriam-Webster's Collegiate® Dictionary, Eleventh Edition.
Yes sweetheart, it's a word. *pat pat* It still doesn't make you sound any smarter by using it.
No, but unlike you and Chez, sweetheart, I wasn't "trying" to sound intellectual - just real.
Well, congratulations. You managed to sound like a real douchebag.
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