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DAP

How Do You Mean?/And Also With You


I put my hand upon your hip/When I dip/You dip/We dip

Michael Wilbon is not surprised

It'll be interesting to see how that plays out

10:03

Uranus

Wanna go camping?

Code

BBQ

Uncle Leo died?

iConquer

ORSGAT

Johnson appellation (Origin?)

Cox at home/Enjoying my lahhhptop (need sound clip)

The Saturn (Origin?)

Traveshamockery

Craptacular (© Lisa de Moraes)

It's for the greater good/The greater good

[shadow=yellow,left]BZZZZZZTTTTTT!!![/shadow]

Manimal Brothers


Lily: Recipe Section

Eischen it!


Disco!

Fisting

Trap Door  ^w^

Do you have a newsletter/website?

I believe the word you are looking for is 'naked'

Biff---> Wall

I'll never eat again

[woot]

smtoh

Too much far

Craig James Killed Five Hookers
 

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DAP

:icon_dap:

Subject:     DAP


First usage:    Predates the common era.


Meaning:    Verb:  The knocking of fists together as a greeting, or form of respect.
                Noun:  Headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, DAP is the leading marketer of caulks, sealants, adhesives, insulating foams, spackling, glazing, and other general patch and repair products.


APHFTMBE Usage:    When someone on APHFTMBE has "a read" or is mentioned on the Tony Kornheiser Radio Show*, they are offered :icon_dap: from their fellow Littles.  Affirmation, baby!

Example:

:icon_mrtony:  "The earth revolves around the Sun?!?  When did THAT happen?"
:icon_gary:  "Nigel, when did Copernicus publish De revolutionibus orbium coelestium?"
:icon_sterne: "I believe that was around 1543..."

APHFTMBE:  ":icon_dap: Copernicus!"




*If mentioned on television (PTI, MNF, etc.) the icon:  [tvdap] is used.
[billdap] created by John From Milwaukee (09/03/10)
 

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"How do you mean?"/"And also with you."

Subject:     "How do you mean?"/"And also with you."


First usage:    "I wanna say Roy and/or Stevis would use "How Do You Mean," just for normal clarification, or to give someone enough rope to hang themselves... and then I believe one year (on ash wednesday), Pen was feeling rather liturgical and started replying with multiple "And Also With You's"" - Bopper


Meaning:    "How do you mean?" is a question asked to clarify a preceding comment.
                  "And also with you" is derived from the latin: "Et cum spiritu tuo" in the Catholic liturgy.


APHFTMBE Usage:    "How do you mean?" is a reply used by a board member to feign ignorance of or to imply innuendo to a previous members statement.  This is then subsequently followed by another board member replying, "and also with you".

Example:

Wendy: "morning everyone...  did 3 rounds of snatches yesterday...  boy, am I sore.  so there."
Marleykiss: "How do you mean?"
Penfold:  "And also with you."
TStecker:  "New episode of Ghost Whisperer tonight.  Who are you betting your April 1987 issue of Teen Beat on?"
 

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Hip/Dip



Subject: I put my hand upon your hip/When I dip/You dip/We dip


Meaning: Lyrics to the 1996 song, "Da' Dip" by Hip Hop impresario, Freak Nasty

First usage: "The video was posted by either Joel or I... later in the day, Joel used "When I Dip" in reply... I believe then any number of us replied with "You Dip" and "We Dip... This was probably when the musical "theme" threads were in their heyday." - Bopper


APHFTMBE Usage: A reply string that commences upon the posting of a photograph, quotation, or comment relating to someone's hand being placed on or in the vicinity to one's own or another person's hip.
 

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Wilbon is not Surprised

[img width=300]http://www.washingtonian.com/page_dbimages/12057/Wilbon0067_F.jpg[/img]
        Even L'ilbon is not surprised.


Subject:     Wilbon is not surprised.


First usage:    April 19, 2010


Meaning:    When one lives in Wilbon's World[sup]©[/sup], one is never surprised about anything, anywhere, anytime. 


APHFTMBE Usage:    Unusual natural disaster?  Wilbon was not surprised.
                            Famous person is caught having an affair?  Wilbon is not surprised.
                            Dingo ate your baby?  Wilbon?  Surprised?  No.

See also:  "It will be interesting to see how that plays out"


[img width=300]http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/dd195/dogsione/NotSurprised.png[/img]    [img width=300]http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/dd195/dogsione/Volcanologist.jpg[/img] 
[img width=300]http://www.thiswebsitestinks.com/aphftmbe/gallery/124_20_04_10_10_28_21.png[/img]    [img width=300]http://www.thiswebsitestinks.com/aphftmbe/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=3777.0;attach=3429;image[/img]
                                       
 

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We'll have to wait to see how it plays out...

Subject:     "It'll be interesting to see how that plays out."


First usage:    April 26, 2010  Credit: Radio Show

[mp3=200,20,0,left]http://www.thiswebsitestinks.com/aphftmbe/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=4374.0;attach=3832[/mp3]


Meaning:    Radio personality Kevin Sheehan [Sheehan] refuses to give a clear indication of attitude or feeling regarding any anticipated outcome.  His stock reply to any request for prediction is "We'll have to wait and see how that plays out"


APHFTMBE Usage:    Used similarly to the meme, "Wilbon is not surprised", "It'll be interesting to see how that plays out" hedges even further into the noncommittal zone.
 

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10:03


Subject:
    10:03


First usage:    January 08, 2007

"The date was January 8,2007 the day the first Iphone was announced.. Bill was on the board live blogging the Steve Jobs keynote and every entry Bill made on the board had a time stamp before it..  Keep in mind he made dozens of entries this day, so I wont remember them all, let alone in sequence:

9:30 AM CAMERA
9:35 AM 3.5 INC TOUCH SCREEN
9:40 AM  PRICES STARTING AT $499 for 8 gig $599 for 16..SEEMS HIGH 2YR CONTRCT

9:51 AM VISUAL VOICE MAIL
9:54 AM I TUNES STORE

9:58 AM SHINY....?????
9:59 AM AT&T EXCLUSIVE...SUXCK..

10:03 AM  HARD

10:05 AM  HEADPHONES

I merely asked if the 10:03 entry was a feature or perhaps his excitement for the phone was a bit "unusual".  - John From Milwaukee


Meaning:    10:03 represents the appointed time at which one (presumably a male) achieves an erection.  Arousal can usually be attributed to various factors, such as a new technology announcement, an event known as a "Woot!-Off", or the opening of the latest Batman film.  If an erection lasts longer than four hours please recharge the battery in your iPad.


APHFTMBE Usage:    It's always 10:03 somewhere in the world.
 

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Uranus

Subject:     Uranus


First usage:    March 13, 1781 

Sir William Herschel:  "By golly!  I've just discovered Uranus!"

Mrs. Sir William Herschel:  "Keep searching and maybe one day you'll find Clitoris..."


Meaning:    Uranus is always the butt of astronomy jokes.


APHFTMBE Usage:    Never not funny.
 

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Wanna go camping?

Subject:     Wanna go camping?
First usage:     08/24/2010  Credit: Bopper


Meaning:    "Wanna go camping?" is the punchline to a common joke:

A guy was sitting in a bar when a stranger
walked up to him and asked, "If you woke up
in the woods and scratched your butt
and felt vasoline, would you tell anyone?"

"Hell no!" the guy said.

The stranger then asked, "If you felt further into your
crack and pulled out a used condom, would you tell anyone?"

The man said, "Of course not."

"Wanna go camping?"

APHFTMBE Usage:     A flirtatious response to any comment that could possibly be considered innuendo for, though not limited to, gay sex.
 

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BBQ

Subject:     [bbq]
First usage:     October 24, 2008  Credit: Kuke Reynoso

"Ok - here's the scoopage... Last year (I think), I posted that Kevin (bigbully) was going to be in town and we were going to have [bbq]... if I remember correctly, [Kuke was] the one that called "code"... since then, it has branched out from just [bbq] to having appetizers, full buffet, dessert, etc... so there you go." - Mindy


Meaning:    Code: Hanky Panky, Doin' the deed, Hubba Hubba


APHFTMBE Usage:     Any implication or inference (i.e., innuendo) of sexual relations can be punctuated with the emoticon: [bbq].
 

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Code

Subject:     Code
First usage:     August 25, 2008*  Credit: Bill Lehecka

The first codification of code was encoded in the Codex Entendria Doble by the ancient Uranians. 

Modern usage dates to day that one Bill Lehecka inexplicably began speaking in code concerning a fellow co-worker or bartender or someone he knew at work or a club or drove past on the highway - no one is quite sure.  He was speaking in code.


Meaning:    Code can mean whatever you want it to mean - if you know what I mean...


APHFTMBE Usage:     Code is an absolute good. Code is life. All around its margins lies the gulf.
 

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Uncle Leo Died?




Subject:     Uncle Leo


First usage:
    February 17, 2011


Meaning:
    Noted actor, Len Lesser, known as "Uncle Leo" on the Seinfeld television program, allegedly died on February 12, 2011.  It's news that bears repeating.


APHFTMBE Usage:
      Have you heard? Uncle Leo died. When did that happen?
 

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"Step 1: cut a hole in the box"

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhwbxEfy7fg[/youtube]



Subject:     "Step 1: cut a hole in the box"


Meaning:    Lyric from "Dick in a Box", a Saturday Night Live digital short featuring Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg that aired on December 16, 2006.


First usage:    Probably, December 17 2006


APHFTMBE Usage:     

:icon_bill:: "OK, so there someone I know at the club who I think is hitting on me.  She's new there. We've been flirting back and forth.  How do I find out how to pursue further? There has to be a nice, subtle way..."*

:icon_magnum:: "Step 1: cut a hole in the box"
 

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iConquer

Subject:     iConquer


First usage:    Predates the common era.  Origin differs:

:icon_magnum:: ":icon_magnum:'s brain was elsewhere and meant to type I concur, but instead typed I conquer.  And so the schtick was born."

:icon_chef: "Actually, it was the other way around.  Some discussion of European conquest of the New World, to the effect of the Spanish concurring Mexico.  At which point I made a comment about Hernán Cortéz seeking out Moctezuma II and agreeing with him."


Meaning:    I concur.  I conquer.

"iConquer" is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.  All rights reserved.


APHFTMBE Usage:    See above:  :icon_magnum: & :icon_chef: fail to conquer.


Pop Culture context:  The Simpsons.  Episode: CABF04

[img width=500]http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/dd195/dogsione/Conquer.jpg[/img]
 

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ORSGAT

Subject:     ORSGAT


First usage:    Before the Common Era 

Ristopher: "I was going to a game a few years ago and someone made a crack (I know ^w^ was involved in the story, but I'm not sure if he made the joke, perhaps it was :icon_chef:) about bodypainting and flipping the GAT and ORS half of the pair."

:icon_chef::
  "I think it might have been a group effort.  I don't know who actually first typed "ORSGAT".  I was too busy thinking of various ethnic varations on the "Chris Dobbertean" theme, such as Chaim Dobberstein"

^w^:  "It was me.  My one moment of brilliance on the Board..."


Meaning:    No real meaning, just typical APHFTMBE hijinks that, much like herpes, has taken root in the system and will never really goes away.


APHFTMBE Usage:    Used simply to denote the Florida Gators NCCA college football team.
 
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