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An interesting idea, story, or link. Referred to as blog fodder when your first reaction is to use it in your blog.
I'm sorry your day sucked, but between the car wreck, the kiss off, and the layoff, at least you've got some real blog fodder.
作者 radiofox 2005年8月13日
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SBD
A quiet flatulent that makes its presence known by a foul odor; "silent but deadly"
Woo, baby, you blow out another SBD on me or what? Damn!
作者 Ric Dog 2003年6月06日
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Function: noun

1. Describes the sound made by a trombone to illustrate a depressing statement, action, or moment. "Wah waah". Pioneered on the SNL skit Debbie Downer.
Tad: Bjorn, did you show Nell those pictures of your new kitten?
Bjorn: I don't think so. Nell, would you like to see the pictures I have of Sir Fluffles?
Nell: Oh, Bjorn, I can't bear to look at pictures of cats -- they only make me think of watching my own Mr. Snowflake waste away due to the effects of Feline Leukemia.
Tad: Wow... sad trombone!
作者 Alana Post 2005年9月30日
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to put your fists up to fight
yo talk all that shit, then shoot the five
作者 StopSnitching 2005年9月30日
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A person or persons overly concerned with safety in every situation.
"Be careful those fireworks will blow your arms and legs off!" "Oh Mercedes, Are you the chief of the safety police?"
作者 loki 2005年9月27日
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K-rad literally means 1000 times rad, just as a kbyte or kilobyte refers to around 1000 bytes.

K-rad was made popular in the 1980s by computer hacker circles. The word 'rad' reffered to a radical act performed by a hacker which deserved congratulations.

The term k-rad originated around the same time people started talking in numbers l1k3 th15. This type of language first started apearing on BBSes and FTP warez sites.
I h4v3 +h3 m05+ 733+, k-r4d 5k1llz 0n th3 n3+!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(I have the most leet, k-rad skillz on the net!)
作者 listen.to/petecrane 2003年3月03日
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The only suffix to your name that you can have that succeeds PhD.
My name is John Smith, MBA, P. Eng, @gmail.com
作者 BossMC 2005年3月06日
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