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K-rad literally means 1000 times rad, just as a kbyte or kilobyte refers to around 1000 bytes.

K-rad was made popular in the 1980s by computer hacker circles. The word 'rad' reffered to a radical act performed by a hacker which deserved congratulations.

The term k-rad originated around the same time people started talking in numbers l1k3 th15. This type of language first started apearing on BBSes and FTP warez sites.
I h4v3 +h3 m05+ 733+, k-r4d 5k1llz 0n th3 n3+!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(I have the most leet, k-rad skillz on the net!)
de listen.to/petecrane 3 mars 2003
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The only suffix to your name that you can have that succeeds PhD.
My name is John Smith, MBA, P. Eng, @gmail.com
de BossMC 6 mars 2005
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Fake blog, a website pretending to be a blog but actually the creation the mainstream media, or professional political operatives.
Talon News was a "fake blog", created to grab the focus from real blogs and insert government spin into the online community.
de Randy Trevor 6 mars 2005
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Not Safe For Work. Used to describe Internet content generally inappropriate for the typical workplace, i.e., would not be acceptable in the presence of your boss and colleagues (as opposed to SFW, Safe For Work).
de The Internet 12 septembre 2003
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A psychological condition which causes paranoia centered around persons with increased sexual desire. See also hornophobic, hornophobe
"Why did leila freak out when that couple started making out?" "She appears to be suffering from hornophobia"
de Demoteus 9 septembre 2005
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3 meanings:
1. a cool person
2. to signify agreement
3. to signify something is good
1. Tom lent me an album, he's safe.
2."who wants nachos?" "yeah safe"
3. "what do you think of this excellent song?" "it's safe"
de Kurt 2 décembre 2003
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to interrogate needlessly under the pretext of defending against terror
The gate agent was concerned that I was only carrying with me a small carry on bag. She summoned Airport Security who proceeded to interrorgate me with a series of personal questions.
de Michael Rodent 25 août 2005
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