3月 15
When a girl shakes her butt against another girl or a man, pressing frimly.
Hey look at dat hoochie moma twork it
作者 Anonymous 2003年2月23日
3月 14
1. Boyfriend or girlfriend
2. Word used to scare people
1. Can you handle me? If you can't you ain't gonna be my boo.

2. Guy: BOO!
Guy 2: Holy sh*t!
作者 Antony 2004年6月08日
3月 13
The moniker given to New York Governor Elliot Spitzer by the Emperor's Club VIP. Now used to talk about anyone of high social standing when situtations dictate discretion.
The Cooker: "You here about this situation with Gov. Spitzer?"
Pete Dick: "You mean client number nine?"
The Cooker: "Oh yeah, my bad."
作者 Pete Dick 2008年3月10日
3月 12
The opposite of ice breaker. Something you do that makes it super awkward, right after meeting someone.
Dan: Hey, you're in my spanish class right? I'm Dan.
Christine: Oh yeah, I'm Christine. We should totally hang out some time.
Tony (butting in): Dude DAN we gotta go over to my place, we're gonna have a huge orgy with these Brazilian quadruplets.
Dan: Uh...

(Tony has introduced an ice maker.)
作者 Hollywood Swinging 2008年3月09日
3月 11
An Australianism associated with drinking: When you're about to take a drink, you say "cheers big ears". There are two usual responses: "same goes big nose," or "up your nose with a rubber hose."
(At the pub after raising your glass)

You - "Cheers big ears"

Me - "same goes big nose"

(Followed by a wink and a big long quenching gulp of your drink)
作者 Ryan83 2008年1月07日
3月 10
1. An unmeasurable amount of awesomenimity something can produce.

2. Something that qualifies as awesome.

3. With sarcastic use, means that something is not awesome at all. A lower and calmer tone of voice is used, and is generally followed by derogatory physical action such as a shrug or eye rolling.
1 and 2.
Me: "I found 50 bucks on the street! Let's go get wasted!!"
You: "Awesomeness!!"

3.
You: "I'm so happy to be going with my family on vacation, where I can't party..."
Me: "Awesomeness..." *rolleyes*
作者 KaTe... 2004年12月25日
3月 8
When someone alters a Wikipedia article to win a specific argument, anyone who reads the false article before the "error" is corrected suffers from collateral misinformation.
I changed the scientific classification of red foxes last night in order to win an argument with Judy. I hope some stupid High School student didn't suffer from collateral misinformation.
作者 wildefox 2008年3月05日
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