A fandom sub-culture very similar in nature to furries, but instead of the focus being on anthropomorphic creatures or animals, the interest lies with anthropomorphic robots.
Last night I went to a shinies get together.
#shiny #shinnies #shinny #furry #furries #fandom #robots #robot #shinys
de zagen 25 avril 2009
to describe the extreame state of euphria you can feel when you have been smoking cannabis , getting high
KT: how have you been alice?
alice: real shiny thanks

danny: how was your day yesterday
alice: just shiny thanks hansome
#stoned #high #mellow #drugs #happy
de alice stilliard 7 juin 2006
term used to describe yuumy, pretty, or beautiful people.
That guy by the pool is a major shiny object!

I heart shiny objects!

Sorry, could you repeat that? I was distracted by that shiny object.
#shiney #shiny #object #objects #shiny objects
de Tammy Saltmarsh 4 juin 2007
Term associated with a very special girlfriend whom at random moments will pounce on you with fussings & demanding of baby making.
/Pounce
Shiny Happy Bounce!
#shiny #hannah #bounce #happy #moobey #roar #chewie
de SimonL 7 août 2007
used as another word for buff.
derived from the more literal translation of to buff, or shine.

may be pronounced 'shine-ee' for extra emphasis.

invented by a brother and sister in hertfordshire because they didn't like using the term buff.
"oiii, check dat bwoy!"
"yeah, 'e is bare shiny!"

"d'you see sheila?"
"shiny, mate!"
#buff #shiny #buffting #peng #fit
de marshall409 15 août 2007
Noun - Slangword for stenciled graffiti art often conducted in illeagal areas such as car parks and bus stops.

Can be used as a verb phrase - 'Shiny Run' which is to instigate the action.
'Wow, nice shinies.'

'Let's go on a shiny run.'
#graffiti #stencil #art #paint #illeagal
de Paul Jeffries 27 janvier 2008
A term used to describe things of an attractive nature, most especially people.
Sue: Well he's a shiny boy...
Ann: Yeah he is!
Lisa: A shiny?! Where??
de vegthewalrus 18 décembre 2004
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