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stupid anti-social lurker. every so often i'll respond to something that i really like, but never check back to see if anyone has responded to me. its a bit like standing quietly by, listening to other people's conversations for a while, finally shouting my own thoughts at them and then running away really fast

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» DIY fashion

Good in principle or something
When in college a friend of mine who went into the marines gave me a pair of his camo pants. I took to wearing them regularly, partly on the principle that they were a gift from a friend, and partly because they were comfortable and had a million handy pockets.

At a later point, I spent a summer in a very small town in Wisconsin. This was such a Leave-it-to-Beaver place that the town jail just hung the inmate's clothes out to dry on a clothesline. One night while feeling particularly punk rock (and bored from lack of alcobooze) I managed to muster enough courage to steal one of the orange shirts, woo.

So, next fall there I was, proudly walking about campus with my baggy green army pants and flimsy, bright orange shirt. Ohh, LSD, how you did warp my sense of normalcy. :/
(Fri 25th Aug 2006, 11:51, More)

» Slang Survey

last one..."tardmate"
When you meet someone new and you find out they like all the same stupid shit you do, you're tardmates. You know you're tardmates when you instantly pick up on eachother's pop culture references. Like plate of shimp.
(Tue 3rd Feb 2004, 7:56, More)

» Slang Survey

oh yeah...
We overheard a smelly hippy use the term "kind vegan brother" once and have used it to insult one-another ever since.

My favorite, though, is one I heard from my dad: "Wilder than a peach-orchard-boar." Apparently has something to do with boars eating peaches pit and all, but not being able to pass the pits easily...
(Tue 3rd Feb 2004, 7:50, More)

» Slang Survey

"Call the waah-mbulance"
Use to accuse someone of whining, in particular when they want to quit drinking before the rest of the group.
(Tue 3rd Feb 2004, 7:39, More)