Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Slang Gang Word of the Day



Caps Lock Voice

When a normally calm person has to raise their voice and use an authortative tone. It is the equivalent to using the caps lock key in the digital world.

Sara tried to get an attitude with me yesterday and I had to turn on my caps lock voice and put her in check.

Chris was being run over at work, so Jason told him it was time to turn on his caps lock voice.



**I FREAKIN LOVE TO USE MY CAPS LOCK VOICE!

9 comments:

Jan the crazy lady said...

I use that voice a lot Melissa. How funny.

Martha H. said...

That is awesome!!! I FREAKING LOVE IT!!!!

tammy said...

My almost 13 yr old would tell you I use it all the time.

He may be right.

glittersmama said...

I think this is my favorite slang gang word.

Motherboard said...

WHAT'S WRONG WITH A CAPS LOCKED VOICE? ;-P

Tanja said...

I think my six year old would say that I've been using my caps lock voice since summer vacation began! That's hilarious!

Plain Jame said...

Tried it. Used it. LOVE IT!

So - what is the "sure fire" way you speak of to get labor going? You must share your insights. Like now.

Operationkids said...

Hey Melissa!

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Be sure to stop by one of our Operation Kids booths at the start and finish.

Your team can be a “Ragnar Raiser” or a “Ragnar Life Changer”

Ragnar Raiser Status: For a $30 donation (or $360 donation as a team) you receive a “Best Buddies” wristband and you will sponsor 1 Best Buddies pair in the 2010 Best Buddies 5k Walk/Run.

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You can also make a $5 donation making you eligible to win some fabulous prizes that Operation Kids will be giving away at the finish line on June 20.

We’ll see you out there!

-Operation Kids

tiburon said...

I use it too much.