Something presumably happened somewhere at somepoint presumably maybe. Perhaps something didn't happen. Maybe something really big happened? Now that would be something, wouldn't it? Something is a term used instead of "Thinggy-Mbob" or "Some Shit" and is a popular phrase for some people. If something didn't exist then something would have changed, perhaps everything. Everything is the collective being of something and nothing is something else entirely.
“You are something. But that's not to say you're any good. In fact, you're utter shite.”
- 1 Nothing you prob don't want it so don't get it!
- 2 Question for you to think about
- 3 The History of Something
- 4 Something in Modern Use
- 5 Most famous uses of Something
- 6 Conversations about Something
- 7 See also
- 8 External links
Nothing you prob don't want it so don't get it!
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“Everybody's looking for something.”
“Something can be neither created nor destroyed.”
“Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative.”
“Something smells fishy around here...”
“Something you say. That's not something, that's just the rent boy.”
Originally, a something(Pronounced Somefing (Osama bin Laden says so) ) would be a something that you would call a sex you forgot the name or the meaning or the something else of. It can be something like this or something like that, but, as long as it's a something, it's generally susceptible to HIV. If you don't know what exactly you're looking for, that can also be referred to as a "something". But what is "something"? It is the psychological path of microscopic cats that live in an inheritance free world? Or maybe it is the smell of that three-year old hoagie infested with ants you suddenly discover to be lying around under your sofa when you bend down to get that something from the floor? Nobody knows for sure. Something is generally used in the case of a dump or landfill.
Sometimes a large dump or landfill.
Sometimes a small dump or landfill.
Sometimes a medium dump or landfill.
Sometimes a just-right dump or landfill.
Sometimes a thingamagy dump or landfill.
Question for you to think about
If you have read the page about everything, then you will understand me when I ask, "why does nothing have more something's than something has about anything? (I would have used nothing except it wouldn't have made any sense.) Besides, shouldn't there be more things to talk about in the something section than the nothing section? *If you don't know what I'm talking about, then you should read nothing. It tells you a lot about nothing
The History of Something
Something was invented some time ago, before someone was born, by a renowned linguist Some Dude, more commonly known as That Guy. If you don't believe me, then you need to do something or something else because your something is wrong. Hey, I know I have this written somewhere on a piece of something, lemme look this up!
Something in Modern Use
Today, if we say that something is in modern use, it means that one something, or, moreover, two somethings, can be used simultaneously in order to obtain that something else (not to be confused with some thing).
For example, if somebody asks you to show them a something that they have the right to suck, you would have a whole arsenal of somethings to use on them. It's also true when you need a something or want a something, not like you don't know, but more like trying not to pronounce something.
Examples of Something
What the people talk about at the work meetings.
A very large dump.
What you always forget.
A junk yard.
What kids need.
2+2, it is something not 4.
A slightly larger dump
The way she moves.
The way elves move.
The 'things' she shows you (like scrapbooks)
The information in my brain befor discovering this wedsite.
When To Say Something
When NOT To Say Something
You wouldn't use something or something like that usually when you (or your mom) either perfectly know what the talk is about or, as it may happen, are trying to avoid any confusion and get straight to the subject. In that case, the use of the phrase "I want you to something sometimes with someone" can be perceived as "I want you to drink milk everyday and be a good boy/girl". There are many other examples in that category.One piece of advice though, DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES SAY THE WORD SOMETHING TO A ninja! Wait, if you even see a ninja you are going to die anyway, so you can do whatever you damn well please for that hundredth of a nano second.
Most famous uses of Something
The first emperor of America has used, if not abused something over his course of emperocy. Despite extreme uses of something, he is the best emperor of the world known the man. Some of his most famous uses of something are Iraq, Afghanistan and God. Although Mr. Bush is by most people a highly respected community-helper, emperor and "person", but some people disagree with his ways. These people, however, are usually jealous citizens from countries with no emperor, who like to randomly visit empires that actually have emperors, because they are jealous.
Conversations about Something
Sometimes, you are talking with someone and then all of a sudden, there's an awkward silence. When that happens, you should make SOMETHING up. Something creative, something random, something funny, something weird, ANYTHING, AS LONG AS IT'S SOMETHING AND NOT AN AWKWARD SILENCE. Of course, you shouldn't be the only one thinking about something to say, everyone should be thinking about something. Something is the thing that makes people feel comfortable in converstations even if that something cause them discomfort because that something is the very thing that they were trying to get rid of. Something this, something that, something that makes it mix and match. (Sorry, i wanted to use the word something a bit longer. I made a little rhyme though.)
Something is also used in the case of a dump, or landfill.
- Something under your bed
- Nothing, although popularly conceived to be the opposite of something, is actually the antithesis of everything.
- Something completely different
- Humphrey Bogart
- Something.com- An online encyclopedia of something. Or other...