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15 definitions by Turkey Trot

 
1.
Opposite of Bucket List, which is the things you want to do before you die, a Fuckit List is a list of things you don't want to do and in fact, would rather die than do. The jobs are usually tedious, boring, redundant and pointless.
Fuckit List:

1. Clean the garage.
2. Clean the gutters.
3. Install new toilet.
4. Strip and wax basement floor.
5. Remove poison ivy from back wall of garage.

6. Scrub garbage can.
Wife: "Honey, did you remember to reseal the driveway?"
Husband, watching ball game on TV: "I'll get to it.."
Friend: "Is that on your 'Honey-Do List'?"
Husband: "No, it's on my Fuckit List...it ain't gettin' done in this lifetime!"
Turkey Trotによって 2011年07月18日(月)
 
2.
A term used to validate some erroneous claim. Usually the sources of the "studies" are not revealed. People will use the anonymous "studies" as some sort of statistical evidence.
Studies show that a person's level of happiness is directly linked to his or her involvement in community service.
Turkey Trotによって 2011年01月20日(木)
 
3.
NAACP- Niggers Are Always Crying Prejudice
Jesse Jackson and the NAACP are the biggest racists.
Turkey Trotによって 2011年01月28日(金)
 
4.
Forget about it. It ain't gonna happen. I think not. No way, Jose. The answer is...no. Not likely.
"If he thinks I'm paying this bill when it was his fault the car died, he's got another thing coming. Fugheddaboudit!
Turkey Trotによって 2010年12月13日(月)
 
5.
A convenience store and/or gas station owned by anyone of Middle Eastern or Indian ethnicity.
I'll be right back, I've got to run down to the Haji Mart and get some chips and soda and fill up the car.
Turkey Trotによって 2010年12月28日(火)
 
6.
A pomegranate. Lovely red leathery-skinned fruit, with little bitty corn-shaped berry type seeds inside. The seeds are the edible part.
Me: "Let's go to the store and get a Chinese apple to eat."

Friend: "Don't you mean a 'pomegranate'?"

Me: "Well, we called them Chinese apples when I was little."
Turkey Trotによって 2010年11月12日(金)
 
7.
People you know from church, but are not really friends with outside of church. They notice you at Wal-Mart on Sunday afternoon after you skipped church that day and approach you to announce that they missed you in church, expecting either a doctor's note or an explanation as to where you were.
Wife: "Shoot! I ran into the Church Police while I was at Wal-Mart."
Husband: "Who was it?"
Wife: "Betty and George."
Husband: "Did they say anything?"
Wife: "Yeah. 'We missed you today at church.'"
Husband: "What'd you say?"
Wife: "One of the kids was sick."
Turkey Trotによって 2011年02月27日(日)