avr. 3
As opposed to March Madness, March Sadness is the deep, depressing feeling that comes when your brackets are completely fucked up and your favorite team lost.
Guy #1: Dude, what's wrong with Brad?
Guy #2: Ohio St. lost last night- he's got a case of March Sadness.
de lykomgrachel! 26 mars 2007
avr. 2
The act of shopping as an outlet for frustration and a reliever of stress.
Juju's Retail Therapy session went quite well; she visited the local Sephora for her fix of new eyeshadows, as well as the jewelry cart for a pair of new obnoxious but cute earrings. Nothing beats spending money to forget about your troubles.
de Princess Juju Bunnie 19 février 2004
avr. 1
In Mr. T-glish, a rhetoric comment equivalent to the English "I'd best not find out who it was."
I pity the fool who scratched my car.
de diatrevolo 9 novembre 2003
mar. 31
To be high on ecstasy.
Was that DJ really good or did I just think so because I was all loved up?
de zachwolff 15 octobre 2003
mar. 30
A profile on friendster or another social network that is not owned by a real person.

In other words, a profile that is maintained by someone who pretends to be a celebrity, television character, or other obviously fake person.
Hey, man, this Kimmie Gibbler profile is a fakester.
de TheRabidRhino 20 novembre 2003
mar. 29
To start consuming drugs and alcohol again after a hiatus in an effort to avoid the effects of withdrawl.
"Man, I haven't had a drink since monday and I'm getting the shakes. I'd better retox."
de tf 26 juillet 2004
mar. 28
A weblog intended to shock. The term was coined to describe a number of Dutch websites that have specialized in presenting shocking, irritating or "irresponsible" material. Shocklogs have become enormously popular in the Netherlands.
In 2006 the shocklog Geenstijl published confidential information on Ernst Wesselius, a member of the justice department in the Netherlands Antilles, along with his erotic writings.
de Handy Fuse 19 mars 2007

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