March 19, 2010
The TPG Spelling Bee for Kids
By Jacob Perlin
After TPG makes it big as a Movie Star/Actor/Writer/Producer/Blogger in his film Billy Ray Justice and the Secret Lair of Zeus I assume that his terminology for things will become a part of the common vernacular and "dropped" on Scrabble boards and college essays everywhere. Basically the future entails Urban Dictionary and Websters Dictionary fusing into one dictionary. I have this beautiful mental picture of Tim running a spelling bee and asking the kid to spell the word "Legitness".
Here are a few of the terms that will be commonly associated with the following meanings in the future:
Drop: Always the truth, appropriate to ask for permission first, and the act of telling or doing something.
Used in a Sentence: Permission to "drop" some truth on you. Terminator 2 is by far the best of the franchise.
Legit: Taken from Urban Dictionary. A modern synonym for words such as "cool," "ill," "tight," or "dope." (All those words will be in Websters as well).
Used in a Sentence: That pie was so "legit" I'm going to snag another piece.
Yo Guy: The polite way to get someones attention.
Used in a Sentence: "Yo guy" pass that pie.
Combination of all the terms for extra points: Let me "drop" some truth on you. That pie is so "legit". "Yo guy" pass me a slice of that pie.