|How to have fun in a dorm room (MisterEpicMann)|
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Who said you can get bored in your bedroom? Here are lots of ideas to have fun in your dorm room.
Hello. My name is Nick. But you probably know me as Misterepicmann. Or Shirley. But that's a story for another time. I joined YouTube back in 2009 with no real expectations other than to be myself on camera. Right now I am pursuing a degree in cinematic arts at college and I certainly hope to use that knowledge to make movies one day (Spitting water at my roommate and riding a broom around the room doesn't count...lolz). I currently own a company called Lost Light Films which is my primary focus after school and I hope I can merge my efforts into that company once school is completed...if I actually pass.
How to have fun in a dorm room
Yo, whatcha doin'?
Balling. Doing this.
(It's) called the Dragon ball Z.
Back foot, alright?
What are you doing?
I'm stretching, bro.
Are you ++++?
Alright, come out a little further this time.
Yo, is that yoga class?
What the freak!
Watch me disappear.
They call me the chicken. But I don't lay eggs, I pick them back up.
I call this the home school dance.
Alright, take two!
What the freak!
DORM ROOM= A room in a dorm. A dorm is a building where university students live on campus.
YO= (coll. AmE) Hey!
WHATCHA DOIN'= (coll.) What are you doing?
BALLING= Playing with a ball.
DRAGON BALL Z= An anime Japanese cartoon for children from the 90's (see picture)
STRETCHING= Exercises to stretch your body muscles before doing some kind of demanding physical exercise to prevent your muscles from getting harmed.
BRO= (AmE slang) /brəʊ/ A way of addressing a man (short for "brother").
- Hey bro, How you doing?
- Hey man, doing fine, you?
SHOOT!= An expression of pain or irritation (an euphemism instead of "sh*t").
FREAK= An expression of pain or irritation (an euphemism instead of "f*ck")
LAY EGGS= To have chicks (baby birds), birds lay eggs.
BACK= This particle expresses a reverse action.
TAKE TWO= When filming a movie, you usually need to repeat a scene until it is good enough. Every time you repeat a scene is called a take, so before recording a take, they say "take one", or "take two", etc.