A 24-ounce lemon-lime flavored energy drink made by The Love Factor, Inc. and gives you one hell of a buzz. Also comes in Wild Berry flavor, which tastes like Pepsi Blue. Costs $3, and is available at 7-Eleven.
BooKoo is my energy drink of choice. I drink it all the time.
Somebody who is completely addicted to Xena: Warrior Princess. There are different ranges of Xenaholics. Anybody who watches a couple episodes of Xena a day on DVD would be a mild Xenaholic. However, people who own all 6 seasons on DVD, spend the majority of their time watching and/or worshipping Xena, have Xena posters on their walls, walk around quoting Xena, and even comparing themselves to either Xena or Gabrielle, would be considered heavy Xenaholics. Some Xenaholics may also have interest in Hercules, and probably have a few seasons of that on DVD as well.
My mom and I are both proud Xenaholics. We watch it every day.
It is to the mental field what Gatorade is to the physical field. Energy drinks are made to enhance performance and concentration, and make the user hyper as hell. The best of these are BooKoo Energy, Monster Assault and FUZE Omega Energy.
I love energy drinks and drink at least one a week.
Mad as hell, to the point of true insanity, losing your mind. To 'go orochi' is a couple degrees above 'snap
ping'. Named after how in King Of Fighters, various characters would be sometimes consumed by the power of Orochi within them, which made them more powerful and more aggressive.
DAMN! 12 people killed, 20 injured, and the dude didn't even have a weapon! That kid went orochi!
To conceal multiple weapons at one time.
The H is silent in this word. The word is the name of a character in Vampire Savior/Darkstalkers 3 who hid weapons in her dress, and is also the hottest, yet also the most overlooked, video game chick ever.
I don't think you should hsien-ko your knife collection. You'll get caught and arrested by the police.
Aside from Tamagotchi, the most popular line of keychain virtual pets when they were a fad. A large line of Giga Pets were made, ranging from dogs to cats to penguins to just about any other animal you can think of. Just like any other fad, many kids brought it to school. And just like any other fad, the teachers and administrators gave it the thumbs down. But kids still brung them anyway. Giga Pets were a major fad until the Pokémon Era (1998-2002), and even put you in control of your own monochrome version of the media's most famous critters (for example Salem from Sabrina: The Teenage Witch). Giga Pets were even sold as a promotional offer at KFC at one point. And although you probably won't be able to find a Giga Pet today, they truly were the biggest revolution in monochrome crystal-screen handheld gaming since the Game & Watch.
Hand Hanzo had a new Giga Pet clipped to his jeans.
1: (n) On the show "Xena:Warrior Princess"; a round object that Xena throws around to knock people out.
That was cool when Xena took out her chakram and knocked out a shitload of people at once!
I gave Turquoise an Omega, and soon she was bouncing off the walls like a chakram.