1. A muddy, swampy area that is hard to traverse.
2. A situation, often political/military, that's difficult to get out of. The building casualties and increased length of occupation in Iraq give one example.
3. Peter Griffin's sex-crazed and very loose next door neighbor on the show "Family Guy." A former Navy man, now a commercial pilot. Catchphrases include "Giggidy giggidy giggidy" and "Oh!" (accompanied by a thrusting motion with the arms)
"George W. Bush is actually quite talented. He managed to create a quagmire in a dry desert."
Host: Who else but Quagmire?
Song: He's Quagmire! Quagmire! You never really know what he's gonna do next, he's Quagmire! Quagmire!
Quagmire: Giggidy giggidy giggidy giggidy let's have sex!
Peter: Alright Cleveland, if this doesn't light a fire in your belly, nothing will. puts on a mask of Quagmire's face
Hey, look at me, I'm Quagmire! I had sex with your wife! Giggidy giggidy giggidy giggidy!
Cleveland: Hahaha! Those are so his mannerisms!
2 augustus 2005
Abbreviation for "Lets Just Be Friends". Used mostly by women to indicate that they don't want a romantic relationship, but don't mind receiving attention from a guy that wants to be more than friends.
He thought she was hot, but she LJBF'd him so he is out of luck.
3 december 2003
A metaphorical shindig in one's pie hole to which a large amount of people are invited. Often, but not always, connotates good taste, depending on the clause that comes after this phrase.
Positive: "It's like there's a party in my mouth, and everyone's invited!"
Negative: "It's like there's a party in my mouth, and everyone's throwing up."
Proof that the right wing zealots farthest to the right (bordering with fascism if not already there) who unquestionably follow George W. Bush and Fox News are all fucking insane, intolerant, uneducated assholes.
You'll never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy.
The United States is a free republic.
Free Republic wants concentration camps for liberals, just like their German pen pals from the 1930s.
1.21, the number of gigawatts necessary to power a Flux Capacitor
I just had a 1.21 gigawatt flux capacitor installed in my car
Evil represented by steel on tires. Driven by conservatives who don't want to conserve. Gets less miles to the gallon than the first car invented.
My friend and I went on a cross-country road trip; I drove a Model T, he drove an SUV. He could go faster, but we got to the coast at the same time because I didn't have to gas up as often.
31 oktober 2003
sucking up to somebody
like if you keep talking goood about somebody you dislike in your head
27 februari 2005