6月 6
The act of riding a train in any method except inside the train cars. In other words, it's the equivalent of Ghost riding a train.

Usually the act is performed by hanging onto the back, sides, or top of the train while the train is in motion.

The most common target are passenger trains (due to their ease of getting on and off the train at stations) primarily as an extreme sport.
There are some awesome videos on Youtube of trainsurfing.
作者 Arthur D. 2007年4月29日
6月 5
Means Above and Beyond the Call of Duty. Means very good.
That food was A and B the C of D
作者 zanec 2005年7月23日
6月 4
An extra dose of courage and the tendency to go beyond one's usual physical limits when being filmed or photographed (from action sports such as skateboarding, snowboarding, and extreme skiing).
I was a bit nervous being the first to hit the jump, but when you're with the film crew you get that Kodak courage.
作者 Matt 2004年11月22日
6月 3
A way of determining who has to do a task, such as close a door or turn off a light after everyone is seated. To call 'nose goes', you simply place your index finger on your nose, and say "nose goes". The last person to call 'nose goes' has to do the task.
Amber: "Someone turn off the light, it's putting a glare on the tv."
Everyone but Julia: "Nose goes"
Julia: "Aww, you guys suck"
作者 Hannah M. 2006年1月03日
6月 2
The testosterone-driven opposite of a "chick flick". Generally contains lots of car chases, explosions, and boobs.
作者 Cimmerian Southpaw 2003年10月14日
6月 1
An untalented tattoo artist. A tattoo artist who scratches up your skin rather than applying a clean smooth looking tattoo.
Mannn those cats at body tattoo are scratchers.
作者 sacred357 2003年12月12日
5月 31
A mutual agreement that the subject is considered especially factual.

Origins: The Saturday Night Live skit "Lazy Sunday" featured two characters who upon stating their favorite map product agreed that the statement was double true.
Guy #1: Google Maps are the best.
Guy #2: True dat.
Guy #1 and Guy #2: Double True.
作者 Scott L 2006年1月13日

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