Microsoft's new MP3/Video player that actually is making Apple nervous. It can share files wirelessly via Wi-Fi, can play videos on a bigger screen than the iPod, charge faster and doesn't look too bad. It actually looks like it has a thumb wheel like the iPod so it can convert people to the Zune.
Slash: Look, I got the new Zune.
Torch: Oh, that. It's no match for the iPod. Nobody bought it yet and nobodys gonna.
Slash: Well, it can share files wirelessly and has a bigger screen to play videos.
Torch: And who will you share videos with?
1) A constellation with 5 stars in it in the Northern Hemisphere
2) The name of the fan club of DBSK, a popular Korean boy band. It's ridiculously notorious for acting psychotically negative towards anti-fans. Those girls are literally an army and will do whatever it takes to make sure their boys are not bashed or any negative shit like that.
There's this guy named 60row who said on his myspace that DBSK made shitty music, so cassiopeia tracked him down and beat the shit out of him
A word referring to German people. It's pronounced "doitch," not "douche."
Slash: Hey can you drop me off at the bank douche?
Torch: Wtf I see how it is. Fine, go walk you douche.
Slash: Omfg i mean d-e-u-t-s-c-h.
Torch: Yeah, and deutsch you, too.
A permanent marker that easily makes you high, dizzy or both. Either way, it kills your brain cells.
Slash: Torch, I think you got a problem.
Torch: What is it?
Slash: I think...you're addicted to sharpies.
Torch: What? No I aint.
Slash: Uh, you're sniffing it right now.
A genre of music similar to funk. Its similar to R&B but has more emphasis on vocals and sounds kinda like african gospel music. Its very rhythmic and energetic. Ray Charles made it in the 1960s and it became really popular during the 1970s.
Slash: Do you listen to Brown Sugar?
Torch: Yep, its music for my soul. Makes me high.
Slash: Omg, not brown sugar pouring out. Its a song you douchebag.
Torch: Hey you don't see me insulting your religion.
A Korean exclamation. Means something similar to 'geez' or 'omg'. Mostly used as 'geez."
Slash: Hey what's your phone number. I checked "Torch" and it was under on my cell phone.
Torch: Uh, did you check under "aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Torch?"
Korean + English pretty much. It's korean words mixed into english by maybe adding -ed to a korean verb to make it a past tense word, or something like that. Many korean jokes can be made this way. FOBs usually speak like that to banana korean people.
I "bap mugued" (I ate rice)
You're a "babo" (You're an idiot)
Korny Konglish joke: What did the horny mushroom say to his girlfriend? Buhsut (fyi thats mushroom in korean)