Meaning : Combination Of Shay And Layla, Hawk,
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Definition funny of Shay'La:
A generally not so popular name, but none-the-less very exotic sounding! Shayla's usually tend to be very independent and gorgeous. Great style as well as personality. They will make you fall in love with their smile. Shayla's LOVE to joke around and just live life without caring what others think. Because of this many people respect them. A Shayla is definitly a trust-worthy friend for life.
Yup, that girl right there is DEFINITLY a Shayla, just look at her style.
Shayla's are unbeliveably gorgeous. They often denys this, but everyone sees their beauty shine as bright as the stars in the night sky. She makes a great bestfriend, shes loyal, goofy and crazy, and shes always herself no matter who she is around. Everyone loves her, and she has many, many friends. But, there is one person that she calls her bestfriend. Her bestfriend, is the luckiest person in the world. Shayla's usually have brown eyes and brown hair. Summary -- Shayla's are absolutely gorgeous, crazy and overall the best people in the entire world . Get to know one, because you don't know what your missing out on!
Jacob- " See that girl over there? The gorgeous one with brown hair. Yeah, thats my girl. Her name is Shayla, and I'm the luckiest man on this earth to have someone as amazing as her. I would do anything for her." Alex- "Dude, you are lucky. That girl is straight up GORGEOUS." Jacob- "Dude, lay off. Shes mine."
Witty,intelligent, and a sense of humor that will having you snorting coca cola right out of your nose. In most cases Shayla's are kick-ass runners who enjoy leaving others in the dust. Usually accident prone and sometimes clumsy. Most importantly Shaylas are exotic looking, gorgeous, and oh yeah HOT; usually end up marrying the likes of Ian Sommerhalder and Jensen Ackles look a likes.
Damn look at the girl go she must be a Shayla. OMG Shayla is sooo good at explaing things--like stairs that aren't stairs.
Possibly the worlds cutest Gypsy. She listens to some terrible music (Hell yea by midnight red) but by summer, she will learn to listen good, chill music (Floats my Boat by A.E.R) Long talks on the phone will leave you tired in the morning, but she'll make up for it with that amazingly cute giggle and interesting/ completely false statements about the mating rituals of octuopus's. Her gorgeous brown eyes and amazin smile make it hard to look away. And when you do look away, your eyes will see a Grade A booty ;) Sadly, you will probably be too much of a dumbass to have properly asked her out yet. I suggest you find the cheesiest possible way to do it. Example of a cheesey and lame way to ask her out provided below
Songs about Shay'La:
Shayla - Blondie
This Club (feat. Eriq La'shay) [Explicit] by Tre-D-80 from the Album Tre-D-80 Don't Hurt Em [Explicit]
Al Bait La Shay by Mishary Al Oraifan from the Album Eb Law'ety Wa Athabi
Get Down (feat. Poe Beezy, Eriq La'shay & Jdot) [Explicit] by Tre-D-80 from the Album Tre-D-80 Don't Hurt Em [Explicit]
La Shay' Fy Hayatena Madmoun by Better Life from the Album A'oodo Elayka
Shay la lou by Marcé & Toumpak from the Album Pé epi kouté
Shay La Viz! by Grey Revell from the Album Little Animals
Ya - La (feat. Niv Toar, Hagai Amir, Kobi Salomon, Shay Maoz & Assaf Hakimi) by Roy Oliel Sextet from the Album Focused
Books about Shay'La:
Shays' Rebellion: The Making of an Agrarian Insurrection by David P. Szatmary (Jan 30, 1984)
Shays's Rebellion: The American Revolution's Final Battle by Leonard L. Richards (Aug 5, 2003)
Shay Pendray's Inventive Needlework by Shay Pendray (Feb 2004)
Shay Patent and Direct Locomotives: Logging Cars, Car Wheels, Axles, Railroad and Machinery Castings by The Lima Locomotive & Machine Company (Mar 24, 2010)
Pickle in the Middle Murder (A Shay O'Hanlon Caper) by Jessie Chandler (Jul 8, 2013)
Hide and Snake Murder (A Shay O'Hanlon Caper) by Jessie Chandler (Jun 8, 2012)
Shays's Rebellion: The American Revolution's Final Battle.(Book Review): An article from: The Historian by Stuart Leibiger (Sep 3, 2005)