5月 20
An enemy disguised as a friend.
"What do you think about frenemies?"
"I say, keep your friends close, and your frenemies closer"
作者 nodemons 2004年5月05日
5月 19
An obstacle found in one's path that, while drunk, provides an incredible challenge to avoid. This includes cracks in the sidewalk, low-hanging tree branches, abnormal curbs, and members of the opposite sex who are of questionable attractiveness. Generally, these are ranked by class, or degree of difficulty: class 1 being the lowest and class 5 being the highest.
The captain totally tweaked his ancle last night on a class 5 drunk catcher.
作者 gingerman 2005年8月20日
5月 18
Vigilante justice taken against aggressive motorists or "cagers," by bikers.

The heavy U-lock used to lock the bike is used to do damage to a vehicle, like by taking off a mirror.

U-lock Justice is not legal justice, but it's the only justice some cyclists get for being hit by inconsiderate motorists.
I saw some stupid cager get a dose of U-lock Justice after he tried to hit that messenger.
作者 Falkon 2006年11月06日
5月 17
The characteristics of a neo hippy.
Dude, Jane stopped showering and she's not wearing shoes. I think she went all crunchy on our asses.
作者 Nina 2003年7月28日
5月 16
Making a brief appearance at a party or social function for political purposes.

Involves giving "dap" (fist-pound greeting) to the host and other notables, then "dipping" (leaving) shortly thereafter. Sometimes used to describe an event that is not enjoyable and would not be worth attending were it not for the political motive.
Matt: Are we going to Jon's party?

Darryl: Yeah, but I don't want to stay long, so let's make it a dap and dip.
作者 Darrell Johnson 2007年5月01日
5月 15
A friend, maybe a best friend, who you get into trouble with and who is somewhat responsible for your actions.
Dude, Kyle is totally my accountabilabuddy. Good lookin out Kyle.
作者 zak meade 2007年4月24日
5月 14
(Verb). To make a quick and to-the-point phone call that lasts under 30 seconds.
"Let me testosterphone James, it will only take a minute!"
作者 Jack Davison 2007年4月30日

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