mar. 5
The act of pulling the car door handle at the moment the driver unlocks the door, rendering the attempt fruitless, and resulting in minor frustration and/or embarrassment.
"Could you unlock it again dude? I pre-pulled."
de pigpen23 25 février 2007
mar. 4
1. What Do You Mean?
2. Whatever Do You Mean?
Tom: Yeah isn't that awesome?
Nic: Wait, wdym?
Tom: You should have been listening!
de Wesss 7 janvier 2007
mar. 3
To fly somewhere with the bare-minimum of belongings, and purchase the rest where you are.
"Aren't you going to pack for New York?"
"No, I'm going to fly naked."
de anonwebuser 19 février 2007
mar. 2
A celebrity signature written on a female breast, usually with a "Sharpie" brand marker.
Julie got a mammograph from DJ Tom on her left boob last night.
de Word Puppy 24 janvier 2007
mar. 1
In conversation it is an expression which follows a particularly good but lighthearted insult in order to emphasize the caliber of the remark. It is similar to the way that a person would use the word burn. Though the phrase itself was first made popular by the Mazda auto commercials, this particular usage was popularized in the popular television show "Scrubs", where it is often accompanied by a short "Zoom, Zoom, Zoom" dance.
Guy 1:Dude, you're pathetic because you've never really satisfied a woman!
Guy 2: Oh really? Well, you might want to check that with YOUR MOM! Ohhhh! Zoom Zoom Zoom !
de Iarwain 10 juillet 2006
fév. 28
The combination of popcorn, soda, and melted chocolate which covers the floors of movie theaters.
Dude, are you sure you wanna wear those shoes to the theater? You know what Cinemuck will do to your shoes...
de The Whitehat 19 octobre 2004
fév. 27
Doing multiple slacker-esque things concurrently.
I'm the king of multislacking. I spend hours a day surfing the 'net, watching random TV shows, and eating week-old pizza.
de HeavenHighCrutch 26 avril 2006

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