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11 definitions by NH3

 
1.
1. Alternate spelling of popular girl's name Catherine/Kathryn.
2. Extremely good song by Chicago based alternative rock band Kill Hannah.
1. "Hi, my name's Katherine."
2. Daisy wishes her name was Katherine so she could pretend the Kill Hannah song was written about her.
door NH3 25 oktober 2007
 
2.
Particularly useful piece of English punctuation for making yourself look stupid. You can do this in three main ways:
1. Putting an apostrophe in when it's completely unnecessary.
2. Leaving it out when it's needed.
3. Putting it in the wrong place.
1. My parent's have taken control of my life.
2. Mat was Daisys hero, til he started ignoring her.
3. I do'nt know how to use an apostrophe.
door NH3 18 november 2007
 
3.
Phrase used to annoy someone. Not meant as a slur on homosexuals, just as a way to irritate your friends. Most effective if 'queer' is said quietly, so only the victim can hear it, and even if (s)he does, (s)he's not entirely sure you did as it is so out of context.
Laura: Are we going to Thorpe Park this weekend?
Daisy: Alright... queer.
Laura: What did you just call me?
Daisy: Nothing, nothing, not a thing... queer.
Laura: You are so annoying sometimes.
Daisy: What have I done??
Laura: Oh I thought you were calling me 'queer' after everything you said, sorry.
Daisy: That's OK, I guess I can forgive you... queer.
door NH3 4 maart 2008
 
4.
Cherrie always goes on top.
door NH3 22 november 2007
 
5.
An acronym meaning What Would Oscar (Wilde) Do. It is an enhancement of WWJD, used to make difficult descisions.
Daisy: Where are we sleeping on Saturday night?
Laura: I don't know.
Daisy: Well, WWOD?
Laura *after fumbling through her pocket-sized Oscar Wilde quotations book*: We are going to be in the gutter, looking at the stars...
door NH3 25 februari 2008
 
6.
Short for fat ankles and fat legs.
'Eww, you're dating her? But she has fankles and fegs!'
door NH3 1 december 2007
 
7.
Main character in the Chlombie the Zombie Adventures.
She is a lovable zombie who explores Spain, the Spanish language and Spanish culture in a fun, educational way for British teenagers approaching their A-Level qualifications.
Sophie: Did you watch Chlombie the Zombie last night? She explained how the subjunctive tense works, I think I finally understand it.
Daisy: Yeah, she's awesome.
door nh3 28 oktober 2008