3 definitions by letsprocrastinate

jlo
The moniker for celebrity singer/actress Jennifer Lopez.

Became popular when Lopez releashed her music album "J-LO" in July 24, 2001 and opened her own product line named JLO.

The online shop very humbly describes j-lo as " one of the most talented, well known entertainers in the world today."
(which is larger, the head or the...)
You listening to JLO?
作者 letsprocrastinate 2004年12月16日
adj. no real reasoning, objective or pattern.

however, people are using this word randomly to convey alternative things e.g. weird. See example. Note how the answer was on topic.
An example of how random is typically incorrectly used:

Joe: What are you doing tomorrow?
Bob: I'm going to go for a leisurely stroll with my dog in the scenic public park.
Joe: How random.
作者 letsprocrastinate 2004年12月16日
v. to celebrate

1. It is a derivative of the intransitive verb party.

2. It is the phonetic spelling how some "people" have decided to pronounce party.

Has nothing to do with determining the attitude/type of the party. It just so happens a selective group of people(?) use this word(?) and hence, the style of the parties held are incidentally similar (e.g. usually containing loud rap or hip-hop music, an abundance of substance abuse and often a great amount of sexual promiscuity. Source: bud newman., Feb 28, 2003).
The infamous line:

"Let's partay"

This is pronounced with a definate number of exclamation marks depending on:
a) how excited you are and
b) how high you are.
作者 letsprocrastinate 2004年12月16日

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