查找任意词语,比如 wyd

22 definitions by no_one_2000

 
1.
lol
It's original definition was "Laughing out loud" (also written occasionally as "Lots of Laughs"), used as a brief acronym to denote great amusement in chat conversations.

Now, it is overused to the point where nobody laughs out loud when they say it. In fact, they probably don't even give a shit about what you just wrote. More accurately, the acronym "lol" should be redefined as "Lack of laughter."

Depending on the chatter, its definition may vary. The list of its meanings includes, but is not limited to:
1) "I have nothing worthwhile to contribute to this conversation."
2) "I'm too lazy to read what you just wrote so I'm typing something useless in hopes that you'll think I'm still paying attention."
3) "Your statement lacks even the vaguest trace of humor but I'll pretend I'm amused."
4) "This is a pointless acronym I'm sticking in my sentence just because it's become so engraved into my mind that when chatting, I MUST use the meaningless sentence-filler 'lol.'"

See: lmao, lmfao, rofl, lawl, heh, haha, lolol, and 120 for similarities.
Statement: Sorry if I'm not too cheery, my best friend just died yesterday.
Worthless Reply: lol

Statement: The golden ratio is truely an intersting aspect of not only mathematics, but art as well.
Worthless Reply: lol

Statement: ... And then he says, "Your mom goes to college!"
Worthless Reply: lol

Statement: Hey, are you doing anything tonight? You could come over to my house and play some Unreal Tournie...
Worthless Reply: lol, ok
作者 no_one_2000 2005年8月10日
 
2.
The best game ever. Nearly every Windows user ignores this game because it's "too hard." But once you get into it, you will become addicted and obsessed immediately. For those of you ignorant bastards who think the game's too hard to learn, read below.

The rules are simple: You want to uncover all the "safe" cells without clicking a cell containing a mine. When you click, you'll inevitably see numbers. Each number (1-8) represents the number of mines adjacent to that cell. Using logic, you can determine where the safe cells and mines are. Left-click all the safe cells to win.
If you think there's a mine under a square, you may right-click it (to "flag" it) for reference, though this is uneeded. The only benefit of doing such is to use the left-right clicking trick. If you click both buttons simultaneously over an uncovered cell that has all of its adjacent mines flagged, it will automatically uncover the remaining mines to save time. However, when you get really fast, this is also uneeded. With enough skill, you'll find you can solve a board by only left-clicking much faster than you would using the flags.

Newbies should start with the Beginner board until they've beaten it a few times, preferably under 30 seconds. Then they should get used to Intermediate and eventually, Expert.

After playing it for a half a year, it's no longer a game of logic, it's a game of "How fast can I move and click the mouse?" At this point, you should be able to beat an expert game without ever thinking once and still complete it under 100 seconds.

It's fun as hell to show off to your friends how fast you can win a game. Go play it now.
Ashley: Hey, what are your minesweeper high schores again?
Phil: 2/25/89 (Beg/Int/Exp)
Ashley: Holy shit, that's insane! You're my hero! Please have sex with me!

It works every time...
作者 no_one_2000 2005年4月07日
 
3.
120
120 is an elite, nerdy way of saying "LOL!" See 5.

LOL means "Laughing out loud" and is a common acronym used in chatting everywhere.

LOL (or lol), written in 1337 is 101.
101 in binary is equal to 5 in decimal.
The factorial of five (5!) is 120.

So, the factorial of LOL (5) is 120. LOL! = 120
You have a 56k dial-up modem? Hahaha! 120
作者 no_one_2000 2004年8月09日
 
4.
5
5 is an elite, nerdy way of saying "LOL" See 120.

LOL means "Laughing out loud" and is a common acronym used in chatting everywhere.

LOL (or lol), written in 1337 is 101.
101 in binary is equal to 5 in decimal.

So, LOL = 5
OMG, your computer has spyware? 5
作者 no_one_2000 2004年8月09日
 
5.
Power is most simply defined in Physics as the rate at which work is done. More specifically, it's the ratio of work to time. See below for an interesting usage of "power."
<crazychik> i know i have all the power in our relationship
<geekguy> Power is work/time. And work is force*displacement. And since you never move off your fat ass, you're not causing any displacement, which in turn, means you have no power.
<crasychik> sha up nerd
作者 no_one_2000 2005年1月09日
 
6.
1
(Definition A)
The 1337 way of noting that you must leave. As most people chatting online are lazy, they always look for shortened ways to convey their messages. In this way, the evolution of this term has inarguably reached its peak.

"Gotta go" -> "g2g" -> "g to g" -> "g/g" -> "1"

Thus, from idiom to abbreviation to mathematical ratio, we have 1.

(Definition B)
Again, along the lines of 1337, groups of 1s may be used to end exclamatory sentences, usually for the purpose of mocking n00bs who greatly overuse exclamation marks and fail to release the 1 key before the "Shift" key. May be used with extra extensions such as "one", "eleven", "sin(x)^2+cos(x)^2", or "-(e^(pi*i))". See the example for greater detail.

(Definition C)
For younger children, especially those recently potty-trained, a brief system of number codes is used to prevent embarrassment when a child audibly requests to use visit the restroom in public. Urination is referred to as "1", excrement is "2".
(A)
<Easton> and I TRIED to ask her out, but apparently she isn't interested...
<no_one_2000> Crap, you'll have to finish the story later--my mom wants to use the computer. 1

(B)
<master> y can i nvr win
<master> I H8 DIS GAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!11111
<master> SUM1 HLEP!!!!!
<mikeejimbo> OMFGZ0RZ!!!!!!!!!111111111oneoneoneelevenone1111!1!!111
<mikeejimbo> Here's a better idea: Shut he hell up, n00b.

(C)
Kid: Mommy! Mommy! I have to go!
Mother: Is it 1 or 2?
Kid: It's 1!
Mother: Then just hold it until we get home.
作者 no_one_2000 2005年7月12日
 
7.
The most annoying line a beginner Java programmer has to type in each one of their programs. This is also the line where most n00bish typos appear.
Comparison of Java to QBASIC

Java:

public class PrintHi{
public static void main(String args){
System.out.println("Hi");
}
}

QBASIC:

?"Hi"

Hmm, 95 characters or 5? Tough choice.
作者 no_one_2000 2005年2月22日