A computer game whose participants apparently don't know how to correctly make words plural.
Hint for WoW players: it doesn't involve an apostrophe.
<WoW Player> In WoW you can be Orc's, Troll's, Undead's, and the Tauren's. The Alliance will get the Human's, Gnome's, Dwarve's, and the Night Elve's.
<Non-WoW Player> holy FUCK learn some English you dumbass
The phenomenon where the section of shirt fabric between a woman's breasts becomes stretched taut, as evidenced by several prominent horizontal "stretch folds". It occurs only when the right combination of shirt tightness, breast firmess and breast size is met. Stretch action is often displayed prominently in over-the-top anime busts.
Guy 1: Hey, check out the stretch action on that girl over there.
Guy 2: Nice!
Something or a group of things that follow no criteria or pattern. A word often misused by morons who don't know very many other words.
Correct: The decay of a radioactive isotope is random.
This is correct because nobody can predict exactly when the atom will decay. It actually doesn't follow a pattern.
Incorrect: Lol! Here r sum randome people I just met.
This is incorrect because the people have been chosen by a number of criteria: they are people that happen to be closeby and people who are willing to talk to you.
Incorrect: LoL here R sum randome words that I am thinking of.
The words are not random because you have specifically chosen them on the criteria that they are "suprirsing" or "unusual".
Referring to the infallible excellence of the Nas album Illmatic, Chillmatic is when the vibe is so good you know things are gonna be chill no matter what happens. It's a laid-back state where nothing can go wrong.
1) Bryan surveyed the party: hot babes and Hennessy. He pronounced it chillmatic.
2) Robert told his friends he would be free all week. Although he had a calculus exam later, he was so ill at math he knew it was going to be chillmatic.
A group of lawyers dedicated to preserving the freedoms layed out in the American Bill of Rights, especially the first-amendment rights of freedom of speech and assembly.
The ACLU are often maligned and mischaracterised as being "anti-Christian" since they oppose state-sponsored religion. They have gathered considerable controversy for defending the rights of free speech for unpopular groups such as Neo-Nazis.