fév. 12
A polite way of telling someone you haven't heard a word they said. Commonly used on long conference calls, when the speaker is monotonous, boring, or couldn't make a point of one were drawn for them.
Joe: "Blah, blah corporate office blah, blah, leverage proactively blah, blah human capital and grade-A synergy, blah, blah. Do you agree, Jim?"

Jim: "I'm sorry, Joe, I was multitasking, can you repeat that?"
de workinglate 8 mars 2005
fév. 11
To go "award show" is to get all tearful and emotional in front of an audience.
David went all award show in front of everyone when he found out he was getting promoted to HMFIC.
de Paris Hilton 16 mars 2005
fév. 10
1. Used to describe individuals who discriminate against others who are not overly focused on self improvement.

2. The act of looking down on people who do not practice yoga, eat organic, and believe in energy fields.
My date late night was a disaster because the guy is completely new ageist. He is seriously opposed to dating girls who are not into meditation and eating sprouts.
de Lotusflower 6 février 2007
fév. 9
When someone stops to engage in a conversation with another while passing them in public. These conversations are short, meaningless, awkward and mostly unwanted by at least one of the parties involved. This term was coined by Larry David on the HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Oh there's Tom, don't acknowledge him, he always wants to stop and chat.
de Chris Otte 3 septembre 2005
fév. 8
The empty seat in a movie theater that two males leave between them to show the rest of the audience that they are straight.
Bob: I went to a movie with John the other day but we left the I'm not gay seat, so no one thought it was weird.
de Grethe 16 janvier 2007
fév. 7
Getting paid for forty hours for the week when one has worked less than forty hours for the week. It is best when casual undertime is achieved by legitimate means, such as leaving early for the 4th of July Holiday with your bosses permission.
I work casual undertime during the work week before a three day weekend: I usually can leave four hours early on Friday and still be paid for them.
de William Juntunen 1 juillet 2004
fév. 6
The act of paying others money to edit Wikipedia entries in order to cast the employer's company, product or point of view in a better light. Coined by Stephen Colbert of The Colbert Report.

When money determines Wikipedia entries, reality becomes a commodity.
"IBM could throw some of their money at perception and make their product 'objectively better', then Microsoft can just fire their cash cannons back and we're off to the races. This is the essence of wikilobbying." - Stephen Colbert
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