What is boring?
A word that teenagers use to describe where ever they live usually followed by the phrase, "I want to get out of this hellhole." Most of the time this word is used to detour you from the fact that it is only the person speaking it that is boring and that regardless of whether they moved or not, they're still going to lead a miserable life.
Dullard: Man, NYC is soo boring! There's nothing to do around here, I wish I could just get out of this hellhole.
Other Guy: Well, do you go to any clubs, bars, or just watch the hobos trick a tourist into giving them change?
Dullard: No way man! I can't dance, and drinking is wrong!
Other Guy: (fucking lame ass...)
Boring - what is it?
A cousin's birthday.
Dude this is more boring than a cousins birthday.
What does "boring" mean?
Girls who can only talk about the clothes they just bought and "how r u?".
A LOT OF GIRLS I'VE MET ARE BORING.
Boring - what does it mean?
describes an English or history class in school
Horons English is so boring.
Not amusing; agonizing.
Stop boring me with the ice capades and turn it back to the hockey game.
to live in the state of New jersey there is not a thing to do in this state
i got to get out of this boring hellhole New jersey
"Dull, repetitive, or tedious" (American Heritage Dictionary).
I have noticed that younger children (and older children with less-developed vocabularies) use this word often. "Boring" among these people is a catch-all term indicating general disapproval. It can mean frustrating, depressing, or unpopular, or even embarassing, uncomfortable, unfamiliar, or unapproachable. The child's concept of "boredom" temporarily takes the place of the range of emotions that we become more aware of, and better able to articulate, as we grow older.
Adults often seem to misunderstand the fact that "boring" doesn't mean the same thing to children that it means to us. An adult is bored when they can't "find anything to do" or when they are trapped in an uneventful formal situation such as a meeting or a second cousin's funeral. Children, however, seem like they use "boring" for many other situations, even ones that may seem exciting and fast-paced.
Jell-o? That's boring!
I hate science! It's boring!
How was your first day of school?
Did you meet new people?
Did you have lots to do?
Did you go outside and run around?
Then how was it boring?
I don't know.
If you're bored, I can find something for you to do.
A term used by members of a clique to express a general disaproval of a person, group of people or activity that is not consistent with the values of their clique.
Use of the term, in this context, portrays narrow-mindedness and a lack of perspective; avoid. Remember, cool transcends cliques.
1) They don't drink? They're boring!
2) He doesn't support a football team? He's boring!
3) She isn't a complete slut? She's boring!
Sitting in an office all day and filing, copying or scaning something or looking up addresses in a phone directory and writing down EVERY company cause your boss has nothing else to give you
Boss:Grab a directory and look up company names and copy them down.
Me: That is so boring
Boss:Go to the filing room and organize the files alphabetically and by year
zzzzzzzzzzz. Like sleeping but with eyes open. When your tired and everything's quiet and not fun.
expls; School,chatrooms,internet,books etc.......