Well, I have my first real (and by real, I mean on-campus... with a real prof giving lectures OUT LOUD) class tonight since like 2005. I have done a couple different online courses since then, and have already started this semesters Spanish course online (what was I thinking?) so I'm kind of excited. Is that weird?
So, iheartpaish looked up the definition of Paish. I was curious to see what the definition of Shoon, my sometimes-nickname, is.
An expression of extreme sadness; generally as a result of getting close to beating a game but then losing miserably. Shoon came about when the word shoon (literally: plural. Shoe)was the final word in the international Scrabble competition.
The winner was a novice and he defeated a world champion with the word. The cry from the champion was a mixture of anguish at the loss and surprise at the strange nature of the word that was his downfall.
When said, shoon can be a loud cry or a quiet sobbing sad exclamation!
I lost ?!? Shoooooooooooooooooooon!!!!!!
shoon (read like a sigh or cat meow):( I lost.
Another word for damn or shit.Used mostly before the sentence is complete.
Shoon, u got me messed up.He must think im stunnin' him,shoon.shoon,u must think im playin'.
omfg, he shooned at msn minesweeper
So, while Paish means crap, Shoon means shit. Two peas in a pod!