Urban Dictionary

My friend did this and I thought it was pretty funny.  I looked  up a few things about me at urbandictionary.com, so here they are.

MY NAME: Pauline
A random woman (plain jane) you know from some place who keeps popping up every where you go. you later find out you can no longer get her out of your head let alone live without her.
*i’m going crazy over Pauline! i keep seeing her everywhere. on the subway, at the mall, in magazines…

MY AGE: 23 =
The greatest number of all time.Reasons why: It is…

1. a prime number, as are 2 and 3.
2. Michael Jordan’s number.
3. the NBA record for most consecutive points scored by a single player in a game, done by none other than Michael Jordan.
4. the number of chromosomes in a human sperm or egg.
5. the angle between the earth’s magnetic and rotational axis.
6. the Tropic of Cancer at 23 degrees N Latitude.
7. the Tropic of Capricorn at 23 degrees S Latitude.
8. a .com and the page is very cryptic.
9. the most quoted Psalm in the bible (“The Lord is my shepherd…”
10. the number of people executed in “A Tale of Two Cities”
11. the smallest number of people for which there is at least a 50% chance that two will share the same birthday.
12. the standard TCP/IP port for Telnet.
13. one of the “Lost” numbers on the television show….also the sum of two of the other numbers (8 & 15)and the solution to 42-15-4=23, all of which are also Lost numbers.
14. the number of times Caesar was stabbed in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.
15. has been prominently featured in the following: Serendipity, Futurama, Star Wars A New Hope, Monty Python The Life of Brian, Seinfeld, The Big Lebowski, The Matrix Reloaded, and Die Hard III among MANY MANY other movies.
16. the number of flavors Dr. Pepper claims to be a blend of.
17. the number of distinct orientations of Tetris pieces.
18. the sum of U2, the greatest band ever. U is the 21st letter of the alphabet.
19. the number of letters in the latin alphabet.
20. the number of the Illuminati.
21. the letter W in the english alphabet, a letter with 2 points down and 3 points up.
22. the smallest number of integer sided boxes that tile a box such that no two boxes share a common length.
23. the only US president to serve between nonconsecutive terms of another president (23rd president Benjamin Harrison serving between Grover Cleveland’s terms).

*Michael Jordan IS number 23. Be like Mike.

1. To be of comfort, or sympathy.
*I need a Corinne hug!

A mystical kind of magic which sens you to an alternate plane of existence in which the magical gremlins give you pro plus
*I was sleeping when I heard a large crash

The hue of the portion of the visible spectrum lying between green and indigo, evoked in a human observer by radiant energy with wavelengths of approximately 420 to 490 nanometers.
*The sky is blue

BIRTH CITY: Glendale
The city of Glendale is located in Southern California. It is the third largest city in Los Angeles County, after LA and Long Beach. Here are some facts about Glendale…
Many celebrities were layed to rest in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, including Walt Disney, Nat King Cole and Sammy Davis, Jr.
The Baskin-Robbins chain of ice cream parlours started in Glendale in 1945.
The southern campus of Steven Speilburg, Jeffrey Katzenburg, and David Geffen’s DreamWorks SKG is located in Glendale.
In early 2005, 11 people died south of downtown Glendale in a Metrolink train crash.
Celebrities from Glendale include Paul Walker, John Wayne, and Edward Furlong.
*I just gave you a few facts about Glendale without making fun of any Armenians. Amazing, right? Stop hating, because the truth is we’re proud of our multiculturalism. Many Persians, Filipinos, Arabs, and Latinos also live in Glendale. We’re all trying to realize “The American Dream” here, so why can’t we all just get along?

BIRTH MONTH: September
A month with a nice temperature and everything but its when school starts 😦
*Uh oh it’s almost September…no more summer vacation

A man of unusual humor, consistently finding strange, and lewd comments amusing and/or entertaining in a way as to provoke violent and uncontrolled outbursts of laughter.

*The Dan could not control him his mirth as he viewed the movie “Old School’s” lewd comedy.


A country that’s expected to become the dominant republic of south america at the year 2010, when it becomes 200 years old.

Limits at north with Peru, at north-east with Bolivia, at east with Argentina, at the west with the pacific ocean.

The pacific ocean is now and will be in the future the main gate for south america to the asian economy, using the ports Valparaiso and San Antonio to send and receive products to/from asia and the rest of the world.

The climate is different in the country: at the north is the Atacama’s Dessert (the most dry in the world, where the NASA tests the mars devices, nad where the main telescopy is set on)….the center of the country has a mediterranean climate, the south has a rainy, the austral a cold one…and the antartic…is ice.

*Who won the gold medal tennis in Athens 2004??

ehhmmm… CHILE!!!


~ by Chile on 18. January. 2009.

One Response to “Urban Dictionary”

  1. […] I just came across an old post of mine that I wrote just about two years ago. It’s titled “Urban Dictionary” and I though it would be fun to rewrite it and see what has changed. […]

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