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Chillax, is back in attack

April 13, 2005


My first intro to "chillax" was many years ago, in this (then) strange land called Canada. At first I found the term very Montreal Private School, with just a hint of O.C. We'd use it as a laugh, it really wasn't up to colloquial par to be used in sobriety. Especially when compared to its established counterpart "chill". Soon, it disappeared from my experience, only surfacing when I muttered it myself as an attempt at humor.

In the past five days, I have encountered the darn word three whole times! That's a significant increase in frequency from the last time I heard it from someone other than myself (about a year ago). First, outside the Gypsy Co-op on Saturday, the specials board said "come chillax with us". Second, a couple of days ago, chatting with Paresh on msn, he says "chillax", it was an unusual utterance. Third, this morning on the bus...the 12 year old bully next to me was giving his friend a list of people he was going to beat up, I told him to shut the hell up, he says "chillax, lady!".

It's official, chillax is making a comeback. Seeping into our social fabric like an oral disease that just won't quit. A terrible joke that plagues humanity while the lingo gods laugh, "HA! Listen! The mortal fool just said 'chillax'! HAHAHA, what a loserian!".

Have you read everything I said? Good, because it's really a CHAIN-POST, now forward this link to 5 other people to spread the Chillax or you'll never have sex again, EVER!

posted by Neha
2:18 PM

2 Comments:

Blogger Paresh said...

You need to stop laying on the no-sex guilties you know... those tend to backfire on people.

4/14/2005 09:16:00 AM  
Blogger Neha said...

Hai hai, you mean you've actually willed the lingo gods to dare try and make you celibate?

Would you have preferred, send this link to 5 other people or else I'll find out where you live and pee on your bed?

4/14/2005 09:37:00 AM  

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