ago 12
When someone brags about something but are clearly lying about it or give an example of how bad you are at the thing you're bragging about.
Did you hear that Trump Brag: "I went to an ivy league school, I'm very highly educated. I know words I have the best words."
di better than michael yu 02 agosto 2016
ago 11
What happens when you type "Google" into Google.
I am head of IT and I have it on good authority: if you type "Google" into Google you can break the internet. So please, no-one try it, even for a joke.
di sarcasmasawayoflife 09 agosto 2016
ago 10
Open Beta is the stage of devolopment where you have to Pre-Purchase the game to have the privelege to test it for any final bugs.
"Pre-Purchase for OPEN BETA EARLY ACESS" - Overwatch, Blizzard
di Aviatic 05 agosto 2016
ago 9
a driver that is all over your rear bumper if you drive the speed limit.
Damn I'm driving the speed limit and that texas driver behind me is all over my rear bumper!
di tacocheeze 06 agosto 2016
ago 8
When you send or receive a text that is so long that you need to scroll down.
Jane: "So... Did you hear from that sexy fireman from the bar?"
Jill: "Yeah, but no dice. He paratexted me. What a weirdo."
di AstroFox 05 agosto 2016
ago 7
An excuse used by shitty people to deny ownership or knowledge of their bad qualities. Can also be used to devalue and avoid change or responsibility over what the other person said to them. In either case, the speaker feigns surprise at these "new" and "unexpected" things they are being told.

Translates directly into "you've taken all my shit before, why the sudden backbone?" and/or "I've known this for awhile, but why bring it up now?"
Ellie: You lie to my face and behind my back, we only hang out when you need something, you ditch me the second you get a boyfriend and come running back the second he leaves you, and you give me your clothes that are too tight and then tell people you gave them to me because they were too big. You're a bad friend, and I'm so done with you.
Christie: Whoah, where is this coming from?

Dan: We've been friends for a long time and obviously you know I like you because I go above and beyond the call of duty of friendship, so now that you're single, maybe we can go on a date?
Jamie: A date? Like romantic? But you're my friend. Where is this coming from?
via giphy
di WordsmithOwl 06 agosto 2016
ago 4
When a women texts you using more than one "y" it means they like or have a crush on you.
Girl: Heyyyy
Boy: Hi
Girl: I like you.
Boy: I know... You used more than one "y".
di Drunk_Assassin 03 agosto 2016
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