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talking head

a political pundit on television that can speak for hours about nothing particularly relevant, and is shot from a camera angle that shows only the shoulders and above of the anchorperson. More…

talkward

(of talk and awkward) describing a conversation that should be awkward but people are talking about anyway =This is so talkward! Can we please change the subject? Etymology : blending of More…

tall crawl

(rhyming) event where students who are tall traverse the campus and enjoy alcoholic drinks at every stop ="You got to be 6'3" to be on the tall crawl." Etymology : More…

tamagotchi

Increasingly, any of a class of toys known as ‘virtual pets’, which are small electronic pet simulators This word burst onto the linguistic scene earlier this year with news of More…

tanarexia

disorder in which a person obsessively tans After seeing an article in Self Magazine about the hazards of tanning which used the term tanorexia in the summer of 2004, my friends and I began More…

Tango Yankee

a polite expression of ones gratitude It was used to say thank you to a clerk in a much more unique and significant format. =Tango Yankee. Etymology : tango yankee. Acronym of 'T.Y.' More…

Tangry

a specific form of irrational anger that is felt by a person who is incredibly tired who then is more irritable =Blending between the words Tired and Angry to make a single word that is a More…

tanj

a generic interjection, equivalent to several words that would be inappropriate to list here. Desire on the part of the author to create a futuristic expletive that would serve his More…

Tank

An individual who is large in terms of height and/or weight and can drink large amounts of alcohol. 'Tank' was most likely coined as a humorous way to describe college students who can hold More…

tank up

To drink to the point of intoxication; the act of being intoxicated well beyond legal limits. ='My friend got tanked up on his birthday, and missed work the next day. Etymology : formed More…

Tank [2]

Usually in videogames, to receive a large amount of damage without much vital repercussions. =Because I had so much armor, I stood in the front and tanked all the damage while my team More…

Tank(2)

(metaphor, extension) The player character in a group of player characters that are working together that has the most health points and the greatest armor and will usually be used to More…

Tanking

(metaphor) In tennis, when one is tanking, one is giving up while slapping the ball as hard as they can, resembling a tank’s missiles =“I give up, I don’t want to play anymore. All I want More…

Tanky

Used to describe a game character that is hard to kill and has really high health. Like squishy, it seems to be mostly used by gamers who like role playing games like Dungeon of Dragons, More…

Tanorexia

Tanning addiction that a person excessively tans and never satisfies. =Tanorexia is formed from combining tan and -orexia. Orexia means desire as in anorexia, a eating disorder in which a More…

tanorexic

a condition that typically plagues younger, teenage girls in which they become obsessed with both tanning and carefully watching their diet to the extent that they develop anorexia nervosa. More…

tape

To place duct tape over a door lack to prevent the door from locking, allowing access without a key. ="Mind if I tape the door? It saves so much time." Etymology : Zero More…

Tar

The way of saying “Thank you”. undefined Etymology : Aus. slang =Friend from Australia.

Tar-zhay

(phonetic transcription) an alternative way to pronounce the retail store Target, making it acceptable to high-income consumers =This pronunciation of Target© is used to elevate it to More…

tard

retard - derogatory term =Don't be such a tard! =My roommate


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