mai 28
What gets all over anything you read.

The reason so many bookworms wear glasses is to keep from getting eyetracks on their fanzines, magazines and books.
"Sorry -- this book is no longer mint; I got my eyetracks all over it."
de rich brown 11 août 2004
mai 27
Repeats with new scenes. Originated from The Office: NBC wanted to spice things up a bit without creating more episodes, so they cut new scenes into their old episodes.
"Did you see that newpeat of Jim and Pam from the office last Thursday?"
de b to the rizzle 20 mars 2007
mai 26
The entirety of creation that relates to one specific, narcissistic individual. Used to indicate that a particular person has knowledge only of him or herself -- their universe consists only of them.
If you moved outside of your youniverse for five seconds you'd understand that people aren't homeless out of choice.
de antimorph 9 mai 2007
mai 25
To manipulate events and situations in order to make a person believe that he or she is crazy.

From the 1944 movie with Charles Boyer and Ingrid Bergman.
He kept stealing her keys and putting them in the freezer in order to gaslight her.
de wolfie toutomoutochan 11 février 2005
mai 24
What Was I Looking For? Acronym for phrase describing wasting time sufing online, with no results.
Yikes, I've been surfing online for 7 hours and everybody's mad at me, plus I haven't found anything useful or important. WWILF?
de Noll 10 avril 2007
mai 23
An insincere apology or expression of regret, often blaming the aggrieved party for being offended or bringing up an irrelevant topic to distract.
"Did you hear Don Imus' nonpology the other day? Like his racist remarks are actually the result of rap music."

"I really get tired of politicians' nonpologies. All they're really saying is they're sorry they got caught."
de stogoe 24 avril 2007
mai 22
Indifference; to be used when one simply does not care.
A: What do you want for dinner?
B: Meh.
de Harold Lauder 16 novembre 2002

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