11月 1
1. An utterance emitted by University of Florida student Andrew Meyer on the evening of September 17, 2007 in efforts to ward off the vicious bite of a police taser after he was detained for getting uppity at a forum with U.S. Senator John Kerry.

2. A phrase used (with ironic reference to the above incident) to express feigned dissatisfaction with another's recent or impending actions or speech.
"The Meyer incident is in no way an issue of freedom of expression."
"Are you kidding? Don't tase me, bro!"
作者 Jesse Arost 2007年9月21日
10月 31
The period of time starting in late October and ending on New Year's Eve, so named for the commercial tendency to put up Christmas displays before Halloween. See also Christmahanukwanzakah
Once October comes, we have to celebrate hallowthanksmas for 3 months!
作者 LaikaSol 2005年1月31日
10月 30
An extended middle finger from a fist thrust forth whilst driving, as a gesture of anger toward the person who it is aimed at.
"that prick is tailgating me. Give him the 'ol highway salute"
作者 phantomjack 2006年12月04日
10月 29
Selling popcorn

The act of standing by and doing nothing to effect or change events but attracting attention to the event itself none the less.
I was getting the crap kicked out of me and my buddy Mike was just standing around selling popcorn.
作者 Nathan McIntosh 2004年4月25日
10月 28
A measure of time equal to approximately one month.
Stupid celebrity watcher 1: OMG LOL DID U HEER DREW BARRYMORE DIVORCED TOM GREEN
Stupid celebrity watcher 2: NO WAI
Myself: Apparently, it's a sport watching these hollywood marriages.
作者 emma lee s 2007年4月10日
10月 27
Used to describe sombody who is missing some of their teeth, because Summer there and Summer not!
Looks like the hockey players all have their summer teeth!
作者 Kernelpickle 2004年4月24日
10月 26
A chair in a womens' clothes store/department for a guy to sit in and wait while his wife or girlfriend shops.
You go ahead and shop. I'll just be over here in the husband chair.
作者 JerseyJohn 2007年10月07日
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