Borrowing Funnies from the Urban Dictionary

 Urban defines the Canadian flag this way:

1) What Americans attach to their backpacks/suitcases/purses/bags while in Europe, especially France. Used to disguise identity or in hopes that any sort of harassment will be dissuaded. Usually in small iron-on patch form.

Then, below the definition is a sample sentence like a traditional dictionary would provide:

“Look at that guy with the Canadian Flag…who does he think he’s kidding?”

Wait! Don’t hang up yet! There are two more definitions of a Canadian Flag:

2) A pot leaf with two rolling papers  (who knew?)


3) A pride of symbol (don’t they mean a symbol of pride?) in Canada, also a thing Americans use to avoid being yelled at, beaten up, or killed in Europe


Some other fun words & phrases in the Urban Dictionary:

Cashmas:  The primary holiday celebrated in capitalist cultures.

Chipmunk Gift:  A seemingly generous present that will benefit the giver as much as the receiver.

Immaculate Congestion: When traffic is backed up for miles on a highway, crawling along — and then suddenly everyone returns to normal high speeds without passing an accident, stalled car, or road construction.

Indoorsman:  A person who spends considerable time in indoor pursuits, such as computing, sleeping and watching sports on television.

Selective Fatigue Syndrome:  Fatigue which is used as an excuse when one does not want to perform undesirable tasks such as work.

Afterclap:  That last person/people who keep(s) clapping after everyone else has stopped.

Email Courier:  An individual who approaches someone’s desk or workstation in a work environment almost immediately after sending them an email, usually to confirm that the email has been received.

Sarah Palin Effect:  The principal that expertise on a certain subject can be gained through geographical proximity to it.

Let You Go:  I want to get off the phone now because I hate talking to you, but I’ll pretend that I’m being polite by letting you go back to whatever boring crap you would be doing if you weren’t talking to me.

Life Password:  The password that you use for every website, email account, facebook, twitter, everything. Having a ‘life password’ is not a good idea, but everyone does it.

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One Response to Borrowing Funnies from the Urban Dictionary

  1. Alyssa says:

    These are so awesome! I love them.

    I used to have a life password. Until my eBay account was hacked and someone tried to buy a computer using my bank account and have the computer sent to Lithuania. Now I have a bunch of different passwords.

    (I did get the money back, BTW.) Hackers are going to hell.

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