by exitflagger April 23, 2008
Urban slang for a controlled substance regulated under the Controlled Substance Act. The substances are listed in a series of "schedules" numbered I through V, depending on when it was first subjected to federal regulation. These substances can be found at 21 C.F.R. § 1308 et seq.
by mcnulty April 9, 2007
A word often effiminitely mispronounced by elitists or pseudo-elitists, often faking, or using a real, British accent. The pronunciation of this word is: 'sKedyool' as opposed to the artsy and stupid: 'sHedyool.'
Proof of this finding is two fold. Firstly there is NO other commonly used, non-generic, English word which starts with 'sch' pronounced with the 'sh' sound. Secondly, any 'sh' word in the English language starts with those same two letters: 'sh' - for those reading this who pronounce 'schedule' 'sKedyool' I had to repeat the obvious!
'sh' words pronounced with the 'sh' sound:
shoe, shot, shit, should, sheik, shook, shoot, shew, shrew, shrewed, shell, she, shore, shone, shop, shall, sheep, sheen +++
Examples of 'sch' words pronounced with the 'sh' sound: ?
Examples of 'sch' words pronounced with the 'sk' sound:
school, schizophrenic, scheme, schematic, scholar, scholastic, schedule +++
Indeed there are words with the 'sh' sound which start with 'sch' but are derivitives or generic words from another language. Examples are: schnapps (Dutch), Schneider (German name), schnitzel (European cut of meat.)
In closing - to best exemplify this - try using the word 'schizophrenic' in a sentence using the 'sh' sound.
Max: *with a thick English accent* "I heard that Arthur's son does not attend Eton because he is a 'shitsophrenic.'
Scott: "Indeed he does not attend Eton; but not because he is a 'skitsophrenic' but because he doesn't want to be around assholes like you who pronounce 'skedyool' 'shedyool!"
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