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Twoc

To joyride, to steal a car. It is also becoming more popularly used as a synonym for steal. It is derived from the acronym of "Take Without Owners Consent" the technical term for joyriding More…

Twoc (2)

Generally refers to jacking someone else's car and going for a joyride without the owner's permission. =This is not technically stealing, which requires the thief to permanently More…

Twofer

An offer or arrangement in which one expense yields two returns. apparent meaning: something that yields a dual return for a single expense. There has long been a saying, 'two for the price More…

TWSS

(initialism) that's what she said =This initialism is used as a joke to invoke a sexual image after someone says something. It is a shortening of the full phrase "that's what More…

Twumdiffler

Part of the female anatomy that brings great pleasure to a women. Apparent Meaning: seems to be referring to some female body part Type of Word Formation: Completely made up Reason used: More…

ty

Thank you A quick way to type thank you without acually having to type it all out. =ty so much for doing that for me Etymology : Acromyn of Thank You =my friend on AIM

tylux

An extremely soft material used by Ty for their stuffed animals Seen on a Beanie Buddy whose shell was made of TyLux. Ty is the company who makes Beanie Babies and Beanie Buddies. Word More…

type nasty

An object that is very dirty or dangerous looking. =That food is type nasty, look at all the bugs on it. Etymology : Slang, used in the deep parts of Brooklyn and Queens, New York. More…

typo

(broadening) A general error in writing, not necessarily one that is typed. Also, can refer to more pronounced errors rather than simple one-letter mistakes. =Usually, typos refer to minor, More…

typoglycemia

the ability to recognize and understand typed, nonsensical, misspelled gibberish. This word is a play on words due to its rhyming reference and sound similarity to hypoglycemia, a disorder More…

Typoist

A person who makes many typing mistakes. In the age of instant message conversations, words are exchanged at such speed that few pause to correct the typing mistakes they make. To call such More…

tyson

Characterized by an insane rage, particularly in the context of a sporting event. =He went absolutely Tyson in the Monday Night Football opener against the Green Bay Packers. Etymology More…


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