Term used when a driver does not come to a complete stop at a stop sign, and instead slowly rolls through the intersection when no cross traffic is present. It is the same as a California Roll but performed by drivers in Michigan.
"Aren't you going to stop?"
"I did. Michigan Rolling Stop."
"Right. I'm sure the cop behind us totally didn't notice."
Similar to word vomit but in written electronic form. Rambling in an email that you send to friends, family, or coworkers. The email usually contains no pertinent information; instead it is full of random facts or stream-of-consciousness musings that can be either entertaining or completely insane.
Sam: "Sorry for the weird e-mail last night. I kind of e-vomited."
Tina: "No problem--it was pretty hilarious. I never thought about what Bruce Willis would look like if he had hair."
A response when someone tells you a dramatic, soap-opera worthy story of recent events in their life. The term acknowledges said drama without the listener having to comment on the utter ridiculousness of the situation.
"So now my cousin has to marry her, even though she's pregnant with his twin's baby."