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A situation where one or more individuals choose to take a relatively benign event and turn it into a huge drama.
The result when certain individuals put effort into taking a minor happening and presenting it as though it were a big deal.
This often involves a lot of high pitched screams or expressions of outrage, the narrowing of eyes, forced tears, threats of various kinds, phone calls, email, blogging, etc..
It is not uncommon for a dramarama to become known to a vast amount of people within a very short time.
"Jan turns most events in her life into a dramarama."

"Oh gee, look at the dramarama going on in the corner!"

"Don't drag me into your current dramarama missy!"
作者 Eden1 2006年6月25日
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an idea or concept that shakes one's previously held beliefs or assumptions about the nature of reality.
quantum theory
作者 nathanael 2004年6月19日
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When someone is insulted, embarassed, or made to look like a fool of some sort.

Originally "assaulted", but later reduced to a more convenient syllable count.
David Oh: Matt, you're such a fuckin' douchebag!
(Matt cries)
Passing man: YOU BEEN SALTED!
作者 King Ninja 2004年3月03日
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To tell the DJ to "bring that song back." In other words, to request for an encore.
DJ bring it back!
作者 TerrorBaby 2005年9月13日
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Similar to street cred, but applicable to geeks. Geek cred is allocated by displaying knowledge of different aspects of geek culture such as Star Wars, anime, comic books, etc.
1."The new guy at work complimented me on my InuYasha t-shirt. And then we had a discussion about which fo the movies was the best. Major geek cred on both our parts."

2."You have the un-edited original trilogy ripped from the laser discs? That's like, plus 10 geek cred"
作者 Mike Kempner 2006年9月07日
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A person who is unable to simply stand in one position on a train and decides, much to the annoyance of the other passengers, to move down the length of the train using the internal doors.
"I was standing in the corridor of the 8.24 train and I had no fewer than six carriage-cruisers squeeze past me."
作者 Phil Davy 2006年10月16日
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A "Third Joke" is when someone says something funny, someone else feels the need to follow it with something that may or may not also be funny, and then a third person, trying to keep up, follows up with a third quip, which by this point is most definitely no longer funny.

It is important for others at this point to call "Third Joke" out loud to point out the third individual's social error, to embarass them for killing the funny.

A truly unskilled individual can Third Joke on the second quip.

Bob: "And then I said, "That's not my fish!"" Haha!

Bill: "A halibut tale!" Haha!

Ted: "I smell fish!" Ha.. um.

Bob: "Third Joke, Ted."
作者 Triggur 2006年10月16日