Overrated vs. Underrated

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by MoFo, Mar 10, 2002.

  1. Overrated:
    What is the next big thing in electronic music guessing
    Bubble Tea
    Silvercity theatres
    Oscar speeches
    Oscar parties
    Oscar post parties
    Trailers for the next big summer movie
    Labelling or needing to categorize people

    Seeing everyone as an individual
    Genuine love and affection
    Vodka Red Bull
    Liking music for it being music
    Breaking genres
    mixing it up
    seeing something original
    praising where praise is due

    Displacing blame

    From the Minstry of ;) to joey

    Prime Minister Highsteppa


    overrated cont..
    mispellng words like: teh
    that whole roofles thing
    lameoid photoshopped pictures
  3. air-bag

    air-bag TRIBE Member

    underrated cont..
    ignore button
    ignoring stuff that annoys you
    saying something useful instead of bashing stuff others say
  4. joey

    joey TRIBE Member


    making up fun new words and phrases


    taking someones fun new word or phrase and killing it with over use
    highsteppa :)
  5. nusty

    nusty TRIBE Member

    The thought of Sleep at 4am

    The action of having had sleep the previous night at 4am when you're sitting in a 8:30am class.
  6. Bumbaclat

    Bumbaclat TRIBE Member

    Lori's dropping mad science!

  7. daddyiwantchocolate

    daddyiwantchocolate TRIBE Member

    I'm sorry. I can't hear you from up here.
  8. MoFo

    MoFo TRIBE Member

    See how overrated you're making it? Haha.

    I just don't see the value in a phrase that doesn't express much when you really think about it. It should be our actions, not our language that expresses us fully.

    But I love you, Joey.
  9. air-bag

    air-bag TRIBE Member

    ^^ how gallant :)
  10. deep

    deep TRIBE Member

    language is action. and saying it doesn't mean that you don't show it.
  11. MoFo

    MoFo TRIBE Member

    Slack Alice makes a good caeser. Good size, lots of vodka, no alcohol taste and I love the rimmer (yeah yeah yeah, he said "rim," hardy har har).

    The only thing missing from the Mott's one is the rimmer. But the regular one isn't that bad at all. It tastes like an okay-made caesar. Not the best, but okay.

    Caesar story:

    I was in the West side of NYC, in a garden cafe. Forgetting that Mott's is Canadian, I ordered a caesar. All four members of staff return in 15 minutes standing in a line:

    "Uh... what is a caesar?"

    I tell them how to make it and they decided to improvise. They returned with a half glass of vodka with a tiny bit of tomato juice as a mix. I thought I was going to throw up cuz it was so nasty. I gave them a few pointers on how to make one after cuz every bar should know how to make a caesar.
  12. MoFo

    MoFo TRIBE Member

    Sometimes it does. That's what I'm saying. It's very rare for someone to receive an "I love you" without baggage.

    I see it in kids and their parents all the time. It's used so much, the value of it is taken for granted therefore making it an overrated phrase to use prolifically.
  13. MoFo

    MoFo TRIBE Member

    You're just saying that because I grab you and say "I love you" 20 times a night when I'm sloshed.
  14. air-bag

    air-bag TRIBE Member

    lol dont misunderstand me, i'm not asking for action :D
  15. daddyiwantchocolate

    daddyiwantchocolate TRIBE Member

    At least you did better than my best friend in the Hampton's last year.

    Server: "May I take your drink order?"
    Jay: "I'll have a caesar"
    Server: [super bitchy] "I said drink order. I will come back to take your appetizers order."
    Jay: "A caesar IS a drink *ya slut*<-- under breath"

    So he carefully describes what's in a caesar - vodka, tomato (clamato) juice, spices (on the rim) and he gets back this fucking sick drink with vodka, thick tomato juice and ALLSPICE mixed in it with tobasco sauce. We dumped it in the harbour. *GAG*

    I had to promote Mott's Caesar in a Bottle all last summer at the amphitheatre (ontario place), up north and at various lcbo's. I OD'd on them, and can't even think of drinking them anymore. ugh.
  16. deep

    deep TRIBE Member

    So what. Kids by definition haven't yet emotionally matured completely and as such it wouldn't be possible for them to be able to know definitively the scope and depth that love can exist. And just knowing that you're loved by virtue of the statement being made whether verbally or through demonstration before you have to earn it is integral to the formation of self esteem in children.
  17. deep

    deep TRIBE Member

  18. Guest

    Guest Guest

    If you ever make me a cæsar and don't rim the glass with celery salt, I'll scream bloody mary.

    I also take cæsars *very* seriously. The salad, the haircut and the drink.

    (I am in full control of my font set)
  19. MoFo

    MoFo TRIBE Member

    I was talking about older "kids." as in, people our age. I should've been more specific.
  20. Plato

    Plato TRIBE Member

    true mofo

    when i am forced to tell my parents i love them, its soo very hollow, i do it just for show.
    words mean nothing.
    especially sentences.
    they dont stand for anything.


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