8月 24
Undercover police officers. (low profile police)
"those low pro po's swear we cant spot them in crown vics with no plates and a searchlight."
作者 eson 2003年12月16日
8月 23
A way of saying the phrase, "Hate us cause they ain't us" with a little more elegance.
Webster: "Boy I'll tell ya Garth, them jocks are always ragging on us for our programming skills."
Garth: "Hate us cause they anus!"
作者 Tim Funkin' 2015年1月15日
8月 20
A middle-distance relationship, or "MDR", is when two people find themselves living with *JUST* enough distance between them that they can’t see each other as often as they'd like — shorter than the distance between Taylor Swift and Adele's vocal ranges but longer than the time it takes to master the catchy lyrics to Tay Tay’s latest chart-topper. Commonly used for a relationship with a significant other, friend, or friend's pet that lives more than 30 minutes, one bridge or a very large hill away.
Person 1: How often do you see your BFF?
Person 2: Um, like once a month TOPS. She lives all the way in Oakland.
Person 1: Ew. I hate crossing the bridge.
Person 2: I know, but I love her. She makes having a middle-distance relationship totes worth
作者 LuxeValet 2016年8月17日
8月 19
A panicky, flirtatious text thread usually leading to sexting. Commonly typed in a nervous fashion out of fear of getting caught.
Look at Jimmy over there fever texting with his side chick.
作者 Mellie_Mazz 2016年8月17日
8月 18
a massive night out with the lads with no defined finishing time, unlimited larger consumption and scant regard for any tasks or responsibilities that need to be adhered to the next day. Generally the premise of the out of town worker
-you out on Thursday?
-too right, full smash!
-but what about all that cable we've got to install on Friday?
-i couldn't give a f**k!
作者 rufus_o'reilly 2016年8月17日
8月 15
A sarcastic phrase meant to downplay the complaint or misfortune of another person, similar to playing the world's tiniest violin with one's fingers.

It is a reference to the assassination of President Lincoln. Can be substituted with any phrase referring to a tragic event, such as, "Other than that, how was the flight, Sullie?"
"I just found out I have to work this weekend."
"Other than that, how was the play, Mrs. Lincoln?"
作者 Krizzaus 2010年5月14日
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