121.to get a kick out of something: 为某件事感到很高兴
I said you get a kick out of watching me suffer. That means, you enjoy watching me suffer.
122. whatever 表示说话的人对对方说的话很不以为然
123. peanuts 数量很小，价值很低
A:How much money do you earn as a teaching assistant, if you don’t mind my asking?
B:Eight dollars? That’s peanuts!
124. laid back: 形容一个人个性比较随和，不会轻易发脾气
Wanted: friendly, laid back female roommate to share a two bedroom apartment.
125. to play hooky: 逃学，或者装病不去上班
I may play hooky once in a while, but I usually study hard.
126. to snap at somebody: 对某人嚷嚷，很生气地对某人说话
I’m sorry, Mikey. I didn’t mean to snap at you. It’s just that right now I’m so stressed.
127. chip in: 凑钱买什么东西，或者是凑钱付大家一起吃饭的钱
The guys and I usually each chip in a few dollars when we go out for pizza on Friday nights.
128. snail mail: 通过邮局寄的信
Ever since e-mail became popular, people have used "snail mail" to talk about paper mail, because it is slower than e-mail.
Everyone is so busy nowadays, no one seems to have time to write snail mail anymore.
129. to rule: 很棒
I said I rule the pool table. That means that I dominate the game.I can defeat anyone.
Chinese food rules!
130. to blow one’s money on something: 把钱都浪费在了某样东西上
When we were at the mall the other day, you blew a whole week’s pay on shoes
131 techie 技术专家,尤指电子电脑方面的高手
132 honcho 上司,老板
133 weirdo/weirdie/weirdy 怪人
134 mumbo jumbo: speech one doesn’t understand
135 sleep around: have sex with many people
He’s never at home because he sleeps around so much.
136 funky:strange; weird
137 indie film: 独立电影
138 fool around: play around; kill time 游荡;鬼混
139 pussy: a physically weak person; wimp
140 high-maintenance: 费钱费工夫的
He considered beautiful girls too high-maintenance.