3月 31
As in to keep a low profile. Remaining opportunistic while those without foresight jump without looking and mostly fail and settle for less, in reference to business ventures, sex, and and all things green.
"How you living papi?..."
"...You know honey, I stay shy."

"Yo son, there's all types of ladies out tonight..."
"...Yeah true, but some be rollin' wit VD. I'm a stay shy and bag a clean mommy"

"Look man these Enron cats be climbin in leaps and bounds..."
"...Listen kid, sit tight and stay shy cause dem boys is twisted"
作者 Jaime C 2005年7月24日
3月 30
An academic work passed off as scholarly yet researched entirely on Wikipedia.
"An A on my English paper? That's a fine piece of Wikidemia!'
作者 Andrew85 2007年2月14日
3月 29
the act of shaving with razor; not an electric shave
"Hey man, do you use Norelco?" "No way, I shave acoustic!"
作者 ExtraFine 2004年8月12日
3月 28
The act of participating in obviously pointless activities as an expedient alternative to actually expending effort to fix a problem.
Signing an email petition to stop rampant crime is slacktivism. Want to really make your community safer? Get off your ass and start a neighborhood watch!
作者 1Spectre4U 2003年10月21日
3月 27
1)to be completely enamored with someone/something.
2) the flighty exciting feeling you get when you think about/see the object of your affection.
3) romantically excited (i.e.: aroused)
4) the ever increasing acceleration of heartbeat and body temperature as a result of being engulfed amidst the exhilaration and joy of being/having a romantic entity in someone's life.
When he smiled at her, the rush of warm, fuzzy, excited sensations that filled her made her realize she was completely twitterpated with this man.
作者 Amber 2003年3月25日
3月 26
The art of playing the rules instead of playing a game. For example, trying to work out a walk in slow-pitch softball. Swing the bat, you puss!

Also applicable to weenies who demand free throws after the slightest contact in a pick-up basketball game and d-bags who take yardage penalties in backyard football games.
Pops: Hit it out of the park, boy!
Son: Don't pressure me, I'm trying to work the count.
Pops: Don't play lawyer ball, son.
作者 Harris Bergstein 2006年12月18日
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