3月 28
A weblog intended to shock. The term was coined to describe a number of Dutch websites that have specialized in presenting shocking, irritating or "irresponsible" material. Shocklogs have become enormously popular in the Netherlands.
In 2006 the shocklog Geenstijl published confidential information on Ernst Wesselius, a member of the justice department in the Netherlands Antilles, along with his erotic writings.
作者 Handy Fuse 2007年3月19日
3月 27
Feeling fantastic after the successful completion of a particularly macho feat.
Following his fifth keg of beer, Kevin ripped the horn off of his pet narwhal, and then nailed his porn-star girlfriend for hours. Subsequently, he felt mantastic.
作者 Ned Ryerson 2006年5月10日
3月 26
A witty mannerism, personality, or behavior that is a combination of sarcasm and cynicism. Usually accepted as a complimentary term. Snark is sometimes mistaken for a snotty or arrogant attitude.
Her snarky remarks had half the room on the floor laughing and the other half ready to walk out.
作者 A Gianotto (snipe) 2002年10月09日
3月 25
To act foolishly or recklessly with a vehicle, usually under the influence of one or more mind altering substances, to the point of damaging the vehicle.
Shortly after drinking at home, Kyle and Jared couldn't even make it out of the neighborhood without cracking a rim.
作者 Joshua Denver 2006年4月17日
3月 24
A throwaway prepaid cellphone, typically used by dealers. Used until the minutes are up, then thrown away so they cannot be tapped.
'There is burners all over the street.'
作者 Jay 2004年10月11日
3月 23
A man who is the epitome of charming. A man that makes the wrong decisions, and is often known as an asshole, jerk, or the ultimate heartbreaker. None other than Patrick Dempsey, who plays Dr. Shepherd on the ABC hit series Grey's Anatomy.
"But that does not change the fact that she's got my McDreamy. And my McDog. She's got my McLife!"

"I think I'm going to McVomit."
作者 Julie Beth 2006年9月27日
3月 22
Sharing a single set of headphones attached to one iPod. One person holds the iPod and takes the left earbud, the other takes the right earbud. Can be performed while moving.
They biPodded down the street; Jane had the left ear-piece, Sarah the right.
作者 Stuart Lee 2007年2月25日

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