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To humorously mock or humiliate someone with a well-timed joke, diss or comeback.

Noun form: the aforementioned joke, diss or comeback.

See also sizzle
"When Gonzo got drunk, he made fun of John's ugly-ass suit--it was a delicious roast."
de Creff von Crinklepants 7 décembre 2005
to be out of control; way off base. usually deserving of a good slapping or a full-blown ass- kicking.
"Tamika had 7 shots of hennessy last night and tried to get on my man. She was way out of pocket so i smacked the belligierant ho"
de Etiwanda 30 mai 2005
A vehicle with its hydros set to only the left or right side only, making the car tilt.
Sittin' sideways, boyz in a daze...
What it do
~Paul Wall, the people's champ
de rustizzle 22 juillet 2005
Outwardly common looking item, that possesses something special or unique inside.
That boring looking car is a real sleeper with that big turbo hiding under the hood and nary a sticker or scoop to be seen anywhere on it.
de sageoneon 7 mars 2003
The phenomenon of increasingly opulent and ornate shopping centers (shop + opulent).
The Venetian Hotel's shopping concourse has a canal with gondoliers, frescoes, paintings and gold trim everywhere; it is utterly shopulent.
de churl 6 mars 2006
To shift blame while apologizing for someone else’s mistakes.
"I was impressed by Michael Brown's willingness to accept responsibility for how incompetent everyone else was. He candidly admitted he was too trusting, too able, too overskilled to deal with all the retards around him. Overall, Jon, a heartfelt and stirring you-a culpa."

--Rob Corddry, correspondent on The Daily Show
de BearMuse 5 octobre 2005
See you later, see you tomorrow, see you soon, see you never, see you in a bit.

Used to indicate that you will see the person later.

From "The Weekenders," a cartoon show where the main character would say it at the end of every show.
Dude A - "Ok bro I'll see you when you get back."
Dude B - "Gotcha man, later days."
de Inferno Reign 19 juillet 2005

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