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6 definitions by Elizabeth Bennett

 
1.
The area in affected female legs where the calf meets the foot in an abrupt, nontapering terminus; medical cause: adipose tissue surrounding the soleus tendon, probably congenital, worsened by weight gain and improved in appearance only by boots. From the English "calf" meaning wide portion of the lower leg, and "ankle" meaning slender joint of leg with foot.
If I didn't have cankles, I might be able to wear those Prada loafers with my capri pants.
por Elizabeth Bennett 12 de Setembro de 2003
 
2.
A channel I liked when I was 9. Now I'm almost 11, and it sucks ass. They canceled a bizarrely hilarious show called Invader Zim, probably because it was too funny. Now all the shows are crap and they use the same jokes over and over.
Nickelodeon sucks. End of conversation.
por Elizabeth Bennett 25 de Março de 2006
 
3.
Morons who only like people because they're hot. They don't bother to actually get to know them.
Guy #1: Hal, lemme ask you something. Are you so shallow that you'd rather date a girl missing one breast than half a brain?
Guy #2: Ooh...toughie. Well, how's the remaining breast? Is it big?
por Elizabeth Bennett 25 de Março de 2006
 
4.
Someone who psychologically toes the line between childhood and adulthood. This usually begins at the age 13 and ends at 18, but it can sometimes start early and end late, and vice versa.
Claudia: But, Sean, we need someone to watch the boys!
Jimmy: Look, it's not THE boys, all right?! It's A boy, and a TEENAGER!
por Elizabeth Bennett 25 de Março de 2006
 
5.
Someone who is on the verge of teendom. Most preteens think cutting-the-cheese jokes are actually funny.
Myra: Hiya, preteens!
por Elizabeth Bennett 25 de Março de 2006
 
6.
Sometimes middle school consists of only 7th and 8th grade, but thats stupid because two years for one school is kind of short. Sixth, seventh and eighth grade is better.
Brother: Did u kno that 6th grade is elementary level, not middle school-level?
Me *huffily*: in YOUR opinion.
por Elizabeth Bennett 25 de Março de 2006