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7,727,976 条释义,始于 1999 年
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The super long shower one takes when they have something better to do, like study for a chemistry exam.
I procrastishowered for a whole hour the night before my CHM247 term test.
作者 OT9 2006年2月14日
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Defines the depth, closeness, and intimacy of a relationship. Friends with refrigerator rights can help themselves to anything in your refrigerator without asking permission.
Steve and I are so tight, I have refrigerator rights at his place.
作者 bo-tan 2006年2月13日
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A phrase that a guy says to a girl loudly in a public place to attempt to embarrass that girl. This is usually sarcastic and said to a complete stranger who wants to ask a guy something simple.

The phrase originates from the movie "Billy Madison" when Adam Sandler's character makes an ass of himself while trying to fit in in high school...
Girl: "Excuse me, do you have a pen I could borrow?"

Guy: "No I won't make out with you!"
作者 Dassh 2004年10月03日
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Attaining a position with noteworthy speed.

Originates from Billboard Magazine's practice of putting a bullet sign in front of chart entries that have moved from one position to another with notable speed.
From High Fidelity: "congratulations Laura, you made it to the top five. Number five, with a bullet, welcome.
作者 I Shot The Prom Queen 2006年2月05日
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Refers to the vintage 1970-1980 Cadillac series. The rear windows had a diamond shape.
(I wanna...) Diamond in the back, sunroof top, diggin the scene with a gangsta lean
作者 James. 2004年6月24日
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1) somebody who works in or for the media who ensures that the public understands things from a certain perspective.

2) a radio station DJ, or MC at a club or event.
1) we think that the spin doctors at the local TV station helped the mayor win the election.

2) the club boom anniversary party spin doctor was awesome!
作者 Bungalow Bill 2004年7月01日
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To look over the shoulder(s) of a person with whom you are currently engaged in conversation to see if you can find someone 'better' to talk to.

Connotes a lack of interest in the current interlocutor and/or in what they are currently saying, and displays a desire to, if possible, upgrade to 'someone better' (e.g. of higher social status, better looks, etc.).
While engaged in a conversation with a person at a party, you could be accused of (or at least suspected to be) "shoulder surfing" if you look over his/her shoulder(s) to check out who else is in attendance.
作者 p.s. 2006年2月03日
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