Exactly what the title is asking.
I've got a tater with your name on it!
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I don't call 911!!
"I'd love 2 metre" !:-)
"The Highway To Hell"Well, not so much for me.
" Meet my little freind, his name is DEATH"
"Warning: sudden death may occur"
"Quit your jiber-jabber, it's my turn" (with a giant picture o mr. T on the side of the cannon)
Death is always an option
"Hi, I'm Spuddy" or " Warning: Potato induced death. Please accept your fate."
on the forth of july uncle sam needs YOU!
of course, duct tape, the answer to everything
Resistance is futile........
In asterisks *words are not required*
You should have said yes
"It goes with a BANG"
MY DADDY WAS A 40MM BUT MY MOMMIES CALLED BIG BERTHA.,
DO NOT STAND IN FRONT OF THE BARREL
"Sphere of Fear"
"Eat Dis"or"smile for the Camera"or "Have Sum"Or"Eat it or Beat it"
"Cry some more!" if you're in to team fortress 2, anyway.
Look into barrel. Smile. Wait for flash.....
One and Done
I would just put "ba-bye"
From the book "Snow Crash" when the protagonist pulls out a Nuclear powered gattling gun that launches 'dust' at near the speed of light, vapourizing everything in its reticle...."Reason"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snow_Crash (scroll down to 'reason')'when asked what we would use to convince the <bad guys> to go along with our plan, he replied, "Reason"'.A nameplate on the device is engraved with the phrase Ultima Ratio Regum, Latin for "The Last Argument of Kings"
ummm, well, you could be gross and write "bend over, here it comes"
or you could be safe and write "dangerous stuff happens on this end" or "something corny, like "asta la vista, bebe"
Hasta is spelled with a H but because it is spanish you dont pronounce the h
Truely, spaniards dont say hasta la vista. It is purely an american term. They do say hasta luego very often.
the translation for hasta la vista means until the view and in Mexico they say it a lot
I'm imperessed that you knew about the h =] But people don't say that a lot in Mexico, at least not where I'm from, anyways in my area a lot of people used "Que onda" for what's up "Hasta Luego" for see you later =] and a lot of other stuff =] hehe
thanks but what i meant was that it isnt said often in mexico but yes que onda and hasta luego is said the most
and "Simon" =] and I always like to said "osea" a lot =]
i see well my spanish teach sucked any way she kicked me out of the class because i corrected her
How funny, my English teacher in Mexico sucked more then me and I only went to school here in the U.S till 4th grade till I moved to Mexico =] I used to teach the class when the english teacher didn't go =]
Que padre no amigo?
man/father not friend what?
It's a figure of speech that means- how cool right friend? I also like to say- "A la verga"
i see you really like to make me feel stupid dont you..................jk
DUH!!! jk...no..........I don't a la verga means wtf, or suck a ****, or go to hell =] depends how your saying it =] man/father what?
ahhh i see thanks for the info
Claro amiguis =], thats my preppy way of saying anytime friend =]
nice well........................................i say indeed,no prob, gday chap/chick, you have fun with that
I say: Ay no, omg, whatever, get a life, climb out of my a#s already, Amiguis, Bato, boo-boo (your favorite), and many others =]
i see well..............................
Well what................... my eyes hurt, i really can't see
Well what friend? (i like that word Friend)
nothing i was so freaking tired we didnt get off the plane till like 11 and i didnt get home untill like 1:30
I'm sorry, but what are you talking about?.?.?