You're not alone. Others are right behind scratching their heads and pondering why #tigerblood continues to be a trending topic on Twitter.
Fear not. We're here to help.
Someone uber-smart put together a dictionary to better explain the adonis enigma that is Charlie Sheen and his "Sheenisms." We'd like to share a few of these gems now.
You've probably heard the phrase "winning" in conjunction with "bi-winning" a lot in the past few days. Now, you might think you know the meaning of the former, but just to clarify, let's consult the dictionary:
Definition: The end goal of Charlie Sheen’s life philosophy.
Usage: “The only thing I’m addicted to right now is winning,” “Just winning every second,” “Winning, anyone?” “Duh, winning!”
Pronunciation: Quoth Sheen, “It rhymes with winning.”
Definition: Winning on the ultimate level.
Usage: I’m not bi-polar, “I’m bi-winning. I win here and I win there.”
Following along? Great! Here's a few more phrases and their definitions to keep you up to speed:
Wearing a golden sombrero
Definition: Getting divorced four times in a row (kind of the opposite of a hat trick).
Usage: “I tried marriage. I'm 0 for 3 with the marriage thing. So, being a ballplayer — I believe in numbers. I'm not going 0 for 4. I'm not wearing a golden sombrero."
Definition: What runs through Sheen’s veins, making him all-powerful.
Usage: “AA was written for normal people. People that don’t have tiger blood and Adonis DNA,” “[I survived drug addiction] because I'm me. I'm different. I have a different constitution, I have a different brain, I have a different heart. I got tiger blood, man.”
Sober Valley Lodge
Definition: The Beverly Hills home where Sheen claims he’s healed himself “with the power of my mind.”
Usage: “We couldn’t really call it rehab because we didn’t have a license to operate one, so it was a crisis management center that we labeled the Sober Valley Lodge. … Its primary client achieved radical success.”
Definition: Sheen’s nickname for himself, based on his preferred position between his two blonde 24-year-old girlfriends, a.k.a. "the goddesses."
Usage: “It’s a wedge. Boom. You form a wedge to make room for the guy carrying the ball.”
We hear the new Oxford American Dictionary is making adjustments as we speak to accommodate the changes Charlie's made to the English language.
Oh, and if you want to learn more vital information for your everyday life as shared by
Professor Higgins Mr. Sheen, CLICK HERE to view more phrases in his dictionary.
It's a totally bitchin' thing to do!
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