A game where if you lose you think the person who beat you must be an extremely intelligent person. And if you win you think you're the best player ever.
I just won at chess; I could probably beat Bobby Fischer now.
to kick someone's ass; to beat someone up; to completely dominate someone throughout an entire fight and end it in a knock out or submission.
"hey you redneck, the fat one in the back don corleone over here will whoop your fatass!" --jerry springer
blaring music and getting down to it. Jaming. Rocking out. Grooving to the music. Often used in reference to people driving down the road in their cars listening to some recording artists that they really like.
My neighbor is bumping Journey on his stereo.
We were bumping hardcore rap.
specifications; used to describe the details of a particular kind of machinary, building, or other item with precise information that differs from others in its area, often the hardware and software of a pc, like the processor, RAM, and os operating system
"I need computer help."
Q: What are your specs?
A: p4 3GHZ, 1GB ram, winxp.
a person who attracts trolls and responds to them unknowingly to their scheme; one who falls prey to the phenomenon of trolling in an irc room, forum, or internet voice chat room; a person, place, or website that trolls find a method of attack--especially naive, overly deceptible person.
Don't be troll bait or else you could find yourself kicked, devoiced, bounced, banned, or booted from a voice room, irc channel, website, or web forum by responding angrily to a troll who has shrewd skill in avoiding the radar.
relating to persons, places, and things that are declared fashonable and acceptable at the time.
synonyms: hip, fab, currentcurrently cool
, cool, rad, new, happening, etc.
antonyms: out, lame, old old-school
, "not cool," ugly not happening
1.If Ghandi was alive he'd think a minimalistic garment from a fashion store would be "in."
2. Apparently, Jesus is saying that long hair is "in" right now.
a word, phrase, name, person, place, or thing that is unable to be found on google, which means that it probably doesn't exist or is so rare that people are not responsible for knowing it exists, yet.
What you're referring to is ungoogleable; therefore, if it actually is true you can't call us dolts for not knowing it.
That professor you speak of is ungoogleable, so I doubt the credibility of your claims.