What is a land card?

What is a land card?

A player who has priority may play a land card from their hand during a main phase of their turn when the stack is empty. Rather, the player simply puts the land onto the battlefield. Since the land doesn’t go on the stack, it is never a spell, and players can’t respond to it with instants or activated abilities.

What is a mana dork?

magic-the-gathering. ‘Mana Dork’, as a slang term, refers to a creature that taps to produce mana, such as a Llanowar Elves.

What does Janky mean in MTG?

crazy combos

What is a weenie deck?

A weenie is a cheap (usually one-drop), efficient creature. Usually used in the context of “white weenie” which is a deck that tries to win quickly via small, efficient beaters.

Is Janky a real word?

Janky is a slang term for something run down, of poor quality, or unreliable. It can also be used for someone considered undesirable in some way.

Is Dank a bad word?

In the 1980s, dank emerged as slang for something “excellent.” Slang has a way of making negative words positive (e.g., bad, sick, ill, or wicked). In the 1990s, dank especially came to characterize high-quality marijuana, the usage perhaps additionally influenced by the fact that marijuana can be pungent and moist.

Is wonky a bad word?

As it turns out the word wonky, meant as unstable, unreliable, or defective does not appear to be derived from any term meant as a slur or insult toward any particular person or group of people.

What does Jank mean in slang?

disgusting, bad or useless

What does DERP mean?

foolishness or stupidity

What does DURP mean?

who is stupid

What does Janky mean in Polish?

kiepski {adj. m} [coll.] janky (also: ropey, ropy, no great shakes)

What is the F word in Polish?

To f*** – pierdolić To f*** off – odpierdolić (się) To f*** up – spierdolić The Polish word, however, is much more flexible than its English counterpart and has many more uses, which can make it a bit hard to translate. There are so many verbs can be replaced by the “p”-word!

What are some Polish words?

12 Polish Phrases You Need to Know’Na Zdrowie! ‘ (nas-dro-v-yea)’Dzień dobry’ (jine-dobree)’Proszę’ (proshe)’Dziękuję’ (jen-koo-yea)’Nie rozumiem’ (nie ro-zoo-me-em)’Jak masz na imię? ‘ (yak-mash-na-im-yea)’Przepraszam’ (psh-she-pra-sham)’Jak się masz? ‘ (yak-she-or-mash)

How do you greet in Polish?

Formal greetings in PolishDzień dobry (“good morning” / “good afternoon”)Dobry wieczór (“good evening”)Cześć (“hello”)Hej (“hey”)Siema (“howdy” / “what’s up”)Witam (“welcome”)Halo (“hello”)

What are typical Polish features?

Most Polish people have the general Slavic look. This look has features like lighter hair, paleness of the face, blue eyes, and high cheekbone and sharp noses. Among the Slavs, the people of Poland have the lowest pigmentation. This single factor is what accounts for the lightness of the skin.

What does dobje mean in Polish?

EN PL English Polish translations for DobjePolishEnglishDobjeDobje

Does no mean yes in Polish?

‘No’ only means ‘no’ in English (and some other languages but not in Polish). In Polish, no means ‘yes’. A bit of a lazy, informal, laid back kind of ‘yes’. The only way to say ‘no’ in Polish is nie.

Is Poland a safe country?

In general, traveling in Poland is safe because the country is highly ranked on the list of the safest countries. In fact, Poland lands in the top 20 of the safest countries in the world! The only threats you might expect are: pickpocketing, petty theft, overcharge, and ATMs scams.

What is a typical Polish breakfast?

8:30 – ‘Śniadanie’ (breakfast) Poles often start the day with meat or eggs. They commonly have what they call ‘a sandwich’, meaning a slice of bread topped with cold cuts or kiełbasa, or scrambled eggs. There can also be a side of dairy – either kefir, or quark cheese mixed with radishes.