The following is a list of commonly used words, acronyms, and phrases.
Please be advised that there are some very important terms in the list and some of these are used to define some of the major characters of the show.
Please note that the word “evil”, as used in the show, is a combination of the word evil and the word devil.
“Evil” can be used in a positive or negative context, depending on the context.
“Bad” is also sometimes used as a synonym for “evil”.
“Badness” is a common word used in slang to describe something that is bad or wrong.
“Dumb” is often used as an adjective.
“A bad character” is another word used to describe a bad person.
“The guy with the black eye” is sometimes used to refer to a character with a black eye.
“F*ck you” is used in one-to-one conversations to mean “I don’t like you”.
“Fuck you” can also be used to mean: “I am going to fuck you up”.
“It’s a f*cking joke” is one of the many expressions in English used to make fun of someone.
“This guy is really smart.” is another expression in English which is often misused in one to one conversations.
“He’s just a little bit weird.” is a reference to a person who is quite strange.
“I know he’s the dumb one, but what the f*ck is he doing here?” is a phrase that is often misunderstood.
“It sounds like a f**king joke, but it’s actually a bad joke.” is used to say “It doesn’t sound like a joke at all”.
“He just says it like that”.
“What a jerk.” is an expression used to criticize someone.
“That’s a pretty big deal!” is another form of a joke.
In the show itself, the word wack comes from the word Wack, meaning a bad idea.
This is not a real term.
“Wack,” a reference from the show “The Simpsons,” is a play on words and refers to a type of joke where a character says something with an intention to be funny, but ends up sounding like a stupid or stupid-sounding statement. “
Wack” is an acronym used by the United States military.
“Wack,” a reference from the show “The Simpsons,” is a play on words and refers to a type of joke where a character says something with an intention to be funny, but ends up sounding like a stupid or stupid-sounding statement.
“Pardon the wack!” is a pun on “Wah!” or “What?”
The word wacky is a colloquialism that refers to someone who is out of control or who is unpredictable.
Some of the main characters are called “wacky”.
What are you doing?” is an often misheard response.
“What’s up?” is also a common reaction when someone doesn’t understand something.
Sometimes a word or phrase is misused or misunderstood.
What do you mean by “I want a job”?
“I need a job.” is also often used to ask for a specific job.
I’m going to f*c*ck myself!” is an appropriate response.
The word “glam” is usually used in response to someone wearing a particular kind of makeup.
When the subject of a conversation is about someone, the “G” is always used.
Do you want to know who is the boss?
You know the one.
Why are you making me do this?
Don’t worry, I don’t care! “
What do I need to do?” is another common question.
Don’t worry, I don’t care!
is an indication that the subject is interested.
You’re doing great, I’m glad you’re doing well.
Have you ever had a dream where you woke up in the middle of the night with your pants down?
You should try that, it sounds so awesome.
Is it time for dinner?
It’s not time to eat, is it?
I have a question.
“Is it?” is one common answer to a question that is related to an answer that is not the answer.
That’s so cool, I can’t believe I didn’t know that!
is another type of question.
It is a question which has nothing to do with the answer to the question.
The term is used when the subject wants to know more about something and the answer is not available.
It would be really nice if I could eat all the food.
Are you hungry?
Are you hungry?” is the common response to a common question which is unrelated to the answer being asked.
Did you think about the date?
“Did you?” is often a question used when a person has not considered the possibility of getting pregnant.
Would you rather be in a hot tub or sitting on a bench?
The answer depends on the situation