To be dishonest. To misrepresent an idea as the truth.
"Did you hear? Jimmy got arrested last night for tax fraud."
"Oh man. That's church, yo."
de theprequel 2 octobre 2013
The beach.
It's gonna be hot today, let's go to church.
de Camaroman 25 août 2011
A word that is used in a communal aspect. Hence, church is not always the building religious activities take place in, but the congregation that makes up the building. Thus, the word church encompasses the relationship between people.
Guy 1: What's good church?

Guy 2: Nothing Mothing much, what you doing tonight?

Guy 1: Probably going to the club. You down church?

Guy 2: Yeah, let's do it
de PizzlemanD 14 décembre 2010
The best cover-up when talking about something you shouldn't be talking about
"She pulled down my pants and started to–"

**teacher walks by**

"-and then I went to church and prayed; hallelujah! pa-raise the Lord!"
de amilf 29 mai 2007
A place where crazy, stupid people go to listen to some old child molester talk about myths found in a fiction book called the bible.
Wow, your weird. You actually go to church?
de yourmom666- 21 décembre 2011
Another word for 'bad'. Can only be used in football/soccer context.
"That was a such a church pass"

"Wow, I have never seen such a church decision from a referee in my life"

"He always does church shots"
de thegrizzelybear 10 décembre 2011
1) a building designated for those (aka Christians) who are following the rules.
2) a place where Christians gather together in the name of euphoria, sing-a-longs, dress up, etc, in order to feel good about one's self.
3) a cult, view, religion, ideology, sect, etc.
1)If you are in a building where people listen to you and accept who you are as a person despite the circumstances, its not church, its an AA Meeting.
de Dave The Symphony 20 avril 2011

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