1 (adjective) showing more maturity or coarseness than is expected, especially knowledge of honest topics like sex.
Ah, but I am not the weak person they think I am; I am much, much saltier!
Origin: Based upon a line from "Bowling Girls", ninth episode of Excel Saga: "But I'm not the sweet little girl I was a few minutes ago! I'm much, much saltier now!" "Salty" in this context derives from naval lingo, since the most experienced sailors would have greater exposure to both the saltwater seas and worldly experiences.
- scale of respect
1. (noun) Chris's way of measuring his respect for other people.
I'll consider knocking you and Susan up my Scale of Respect each by 2 points
Origin: Chris, like most other autistics, tends to view the world based on numerical values due to their lack of understanding of certain abstract concepts such as respect. Because of this, Chris made his very own numerical scale to decide on who should be respected, compared to who shouldn't.
1. (adjective) describing a situation which is epic, and at the same time related to Chris and his various clones.
And I will square-off in the TRULY SELF-EPIC Battle between me, and my Dark Half.
1. (adjective) hurtful; defamitory.
And this is the last time I will ever say anything in response to your shitful and hurtful comments and hatred for Hate's Sake!
Origin: Shitful is a vulgar slang word, synonymous with words like "boat-load" or "truck-load". Chris may have seen the "shit" part of this word, and assumed that the word is meant to be used for specific situations that seem "shitty" to him.
1. (acronym) an extended acronym for LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) which includes "straights" and "questioning people".
Considering your logo there, Texas will be feeling more love from the SLGBTQ community; give us props and Love, Lone Star State.
Origin: When Chris first used this acronym, he didn't explain what groups the "S" or "Q" were supposed to represent, making plenty of people confused. Eventually, Chris revealed that the "S" represents straight and cis-gender people, while "Q" represents "queers" or "questioning people". Chris believes that if he included straight people into LGBT, then those particular people would feel more invited to join into the community. Considering the fact that gay people are minorities, adding the "S" to LGBT only defeats the entire purpose of identifying people as LGBT in the first place.
1. (noun) a mentally handicapped person
And finally, after a hard "odd" day, he rides home on a bus, but unfortunately, it had a few "slow-in-the-minds" on it.
1. (adjective) mentally retarded
As for what had happened during PVCC, in a nutshell; about Mid-Summer, 2003, I've realize upon revolation that I needed a girl friend to make into a Sweetheart from the Ground-Up, so with a sign (which I've later realized that it made me look slow-minded; the "R" Word), I've started my Enduring Love Quest.
OK, I can definitely name you a few reasons, like there was this one [stutters] …there was this one slow-minded individual named Tony. He was like as big as-he was as big and strong as an ox. He just kept on making all the moanings and noises and whatnot, and he sometimes even-even-a couple of times he even spat on me, and he even bopped me on the back of the head once or twice during the whole-during the whole time I knew him there.
2. (adjective) stupid, but not quite retarded
I'll admit I have had some slow-minded moments. But I am certainly not totally retarded.
- SNERGEN FLERGEN!!!
1. (interjection) A phrase one may shout out when asked for attendance.
Origin: An obvious example of Chris's random-access humor. This weird phrase appeared in Sonichu #9, when the cast was asked for their attendance during a Dating Education class. When Wild Sonichu was asked for his attendance, he blurted out this phrase as Chris's many attempts to be funny in his comics. Given Chris's childish sense of humor, it would make a whole lot of sense for him to include a character randomly blurt out a nonsensical phrase out of nowhere.
- snooze cruise
1. a long period of slumber
Next, he had Trigonometry...I'd hate to be Christian when his nerves kicked into action after waking up from a "notey" snooze cruise, but I was.
Origin: Assuming everyone's played Sonic Adventure by the time he wrote this report, Chris used this cheesy one-liner from the game in his school report, A Week With Christian Chandler
1. (Phrase) Used to announce a change in subject.
Anyway and now for somecummpentydifferent stay tuned for somecummpentydifferent — a bunch of good pushups!
2. (Phrase) Used to announce use of random-access humor.
And now for somecummpentydifferent. BUUUUNG! And now it's Monty Python's flying elephants. Du tu du tu du tu du. Du tu du tu du tu du. Johan, why is people running away? I don't know, Greeg, why is people running away.
Origin: Chris is trying to say "And now for something completely different" like John Cleese does on Monty Python. Suffice to say Cleese's ability to say three multisyllabic words in rapid succession exceeds that of Chris.
1. (noun) The male counterpart of the Electric-Hedgehog Pokemon.
Origin: Derived from the appropriately named first Sonichu of CWCville, Sonichu. The name of the species is a portmanteau of the name of the titular character of Sonic the Hedgehog, Sonic, and "Pikachu".
1. (adverb) Very, Very much.
Dear Blanca, I am soo happy that you were revealed as my True, Honest Sweetheart-To-Be
Origin: In writing, Chris often adds extra o's to the word "so" to prolong the "o" sound and show added emphasis. However, where most people would add two or more o's, (e.g., "I love you sooo much!"), Chris frequently only adds one, resulting in "soo," which makes the word look like it's supposed to be pronounced "sue". This has the (unintentional?) effect of mimicking the speech patterns of a Valley Girl or an effeminate homosexual.
This may originate from pamphlets published by Channing Bete, short and uninformative self-help pamphlets often handed out at churches, the last page of which often feature a summary headlined by "Soo…" Given his distrust of help from anyone other than Rocky, it is not entirely impossible that Chris has read Channing Bete pamphlets occasionally.
This is one of many recurring jokes in the Sonichu Audiobooks in which the narrator pronounces words like "soo" as they are literally spelled, instead of how Chris intended them to be read.
- soup beds
1. (noun) Homeless shelter with beds
I mean, we have soup kitchens and we have soup beds. We should really combine the two into SOUP HOTELS!
Origin: Chris tries to distill his "soup hotel" idea into its two components, but he mangles one of them by retaining the "soup" prefix.
- sourdough region
1. (noun) The crotch area
Its weak point is still the sourdough region, but it would take FIVE KICKS to get to it
Origin: In his Sonichu comics, Chris has decided to make the main weakness of the jerkops their crotch. The weakest of the jerkops take only one kick to be taken down, while higher-ranking jerkops, such as Jerkhief take five. The reason why Chris refers to this spot as the "sourdough region" is unknown, but most of his other CWC-isms already tend to sound so nonsensical to begin with, it barely even matters.
- spike on one's shoulder
1. (phrase) refers to the act of holding grievances towards someone.
That was, that was, that was misunderstanding, that was just, there was a whole bunch of misunderstandings between me and my employer, and he, and he has, and he had, and he had, and he had a spike on his shoulder against me.
Origin: A confusion with the phrase "chip on one's shoulder".
1. (noun) A small amount.
Damn those trolls; I'll have to change the password on my RewardZone account now. For your information... A) the recent 43.98 purchase was actually a spot of Wheeling and Dealing I did; I actually spent less to make a profit. Toys 'R' Us had Borderlands for PS3 for a lower price than the current $39.99 price at Best Buy; I paid 20.98 for it at T.R.U. After that, I took the game to Best Buy, told them I received it as a gift and got the store credit of 41.??, THEN I got what I really wanted, Resident Evil 5 G.E. and a 10 dollar PSN Card, but even the two items would still leave me with some credit, so I added the Silent Hill movie, and paid the 3 dollar difference in cash. R.E.5.G.E. was on sale for 10 less than normal this week for 29.99, it was now PSMove Compatible, I wanted a good shooter for the Move, and I had heard a LOT of good things about the game long before as well. I just wanted the PSP version of ModNation as well, after enjoying the PS3 version as well. The "NDS Flaw" item was a Nintendo DSi game titled "System Flaw". I got it the same day I got the Zoom Case.
Origin: Chris likes to retardedly incorporate British English into his sentences when he has the chance, possibly to sound more classy than he actually is. The phrase "A spot of X" is a British English idiom referring to a small amount of something.
- sticky dream
1. (noun) A wet dream
After falling back asleep Chris had a "sticky dream."
Origin: Chris claims that a "wet dream" actually refers to wetting one's bed as opposed to nocturnal emission.
- straight path
1. (noun) The quality of being straight
You know, girl for boy, boy for girl? Everything else is vice, as said by Doctor Kinsey. Not just for me, not for The Big Man Upstairs, not for your family, but do it for, uh, yourself, and for—and for the benefits of everyone in the future: your children, your children's children... And, besides, if you stray away from the straight path, it can really jeopardize the entire future of the world and the human race.
Origin: Before the Tomgirl Saga, Chris had an intense fear of "falling off the straight path". When he states this, he is essentially referring to being on the path to straightness, in the same way a normal person would refer to someone being on the path to success. Chris also had this unrealistic idea that being in contact with gay men would suddenly make him gay too, which would therefore make him fall off the path.
1. (noun) The side stories in the Sonichu comics.
Origin: A result of Chris' use of television jargon in his comics.
1. (noun) Minced oath for "son of a bitch."
Yo, Christian, thanks for saving my sister from that crazy sumbah
Origin: Probably based upon "sumbitch."
1. (noun) A pet name used by Electric Hedgehog Pokemon.
Ahh..that salad was great! What's wrong sweetbolt?
2. (noun) A sweetheart.
I understand, and I will NEVER put it against you. Yes, as your SweetBolt. :)?
Origin: When Chris first worked on his Sonichu comics, he tried to incorporate as many references to electricity as he can, in order to match with the Pikachu part of the titular character. A portmanteau of the CWC-ism "sweetheart" and "bolt".
1. (noun) A potential lover.
Oh, gee, I'm sorry Bionic, but back then I was na- I was naive on dating and all that, so I just didn't think of it at the time. But if you a sweetheart, Meg has created quite a few foxy characters. If she's cool with it, you could go out with one of them.
Origin: Another cutesy pet name given to candidates of his Love Quest.
- sweetheart from the ground-up
1. (noun) An ideal sweetheart beyond the friend zone.
For days to weeks to months to years, I Felt So Lonesome and Incomplete. But I didn't STOP! In the name of Love, and the fact that there had to be a Boyfriend-Free Girl out there, somewhere, for me to get to know, grow a strong companionship with and make into a Sweetheart from the Ground-Up, so in later years, after the inevitability of my parents leaving me, I WON'T BE ALONE. And I can eventually realize my dream of being a good husband, and father of a pretty girl named Crystal. 
Origin: As stated, Chris intended to use this weird phrase to indicate that he wants an ideal gal-pal well beyond the friend zone. Chris thought this phrase sounded so clever, that he used it constantly.