jan. 3
The new clothes that people wear that they recieved for the holidays. Usually worn the first week in January and is recognized by the new clothes smell and creases left from being folded in boxes since Thanksgiving.
Steve wore his Christmas gear on his first day back from winter break and all the cool kids teased him for his shoes.
de Fatbox 4 janvier 2006
jan. 2
A famous stupid person. Typically refers to the current crop of vapid celebrities.
Celebutard Paris Hilton got the name of her own videogame wrong.
de Surge2010 19 mai 2006
jan. 1
The aftermath of hard drinking and partying on New Year's Eve.
I woke up next to five bottles of Jägermeister and a pile of confetti on National Hangover Day.
de Limbo 26 décembre 2005
déc. 31
Scottish for "Old Long Since." Which means the good old days. It is the traditional song played on New Years Eve.
Dude, their playing Auld Lang Syne for the New Years special on t.v.
de OnceLer 1 janvier 2006
déc. 30
A fictional organization to refer people to when you do not care what they are whining about.
Him: ohh emm geee, there are so meany haxxors in teh servar..!!!!11
Me: care police?
de #care-police 15 août 2004
déc. 29
A long-distance relationship in which the couple only gets together for idyllic vacation-like excursions, therefore avoiding the "real-life" issues of dating.
"She met this guy online last summer, but he lives in Austin and doesn't want to move, so they've struck up this very intense vacationship."
de Clarity70 24 juillet 2006
déc. 28
Used to describe a player in soccer who no longer wishes to play for his current club.
Nottingham Forest are in talks with Southampton over their wantaway defender.
de Amos Jegg 4 décembre 2006

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