God RuleBy: milifilou
"It seems like a God Rule that im not aloud to sing but she is."
Its usable in many Situasions such as Our Teacher has a God Rule that were not aloud to play on our phone and other simelar Situation.
Pronounced, "Days-nayed", this is actually acronym for "Do as I say, not as I do." Can be used as either a noun (Mom is being a daisnaid), or an adjective (Mom, I'm tired of your daisnaid rules!).
Rule of lawBy: Debonair
Mom, rule of law, If I Can't sing, neither can you
Bet lagBy: ForecastOak72
My bet lag on the Jets game cost me $20.
Post Bet-MortemBy: dlandes
"It was a complete post bet-mortem, I lost everything I put down on that horse and I knew it would happen. I am such an idiot!"
Post Bet-Mortem: Post Mortem, lat. After Death, the bet basically just died. So it is a something after the bet died.
"I had serious betgony after I bet my life savings on the Leafs."
Because it captures the agony of your poor judgment. Also, it sounds good.
I couldn't find my phone, my hand was being handvoient
Its serious, get it checked out.
mild moose chaseBy: wordreaper
"I spent like a minute looking for my debit card at the front when the cashier kindly pointed out it was in my hand. What a mild moose chase."
"My old grandfather is on another mild moose chase."
When you get answer "C" three times in a row, it makes you pissed off. "Right off the bat I got 3CPOed and it threw me off for the rest of the test."
for sth. to be or seem unrandomized; unrandomized randomnessBy: Watze
You expect the answers to keep switching between A, BB, C and DD and each letter to occur max. twice in a row, if not the answers seem unrandomized.