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ribi

the conversion of the acronym in baseball for ‘run batted in’ into a word with that carries the same meaning. the term ‘run batted in’ was shortened to the acronym More…

rice cooker

A significant other of Asian descent who is proficient at and willing to cook, esp. traditional Asian cuisine. =Used primarily by non-Asian people, or by those who are not proficient at More…

rice goggles

imaginary glasses that distort the ten scale making girls more attractive at Rice University =After the first couple weeks at Rice, my rice goggles started to kick in. Etymology : More…

Rice goggles

(Slang) the distorted perception of Rice students that allows them to perceive other students who are not objectively good-looking as attractive =Most likely a newer version of the term More…

Rice King

A non Asian male who is dating an Asian female. (“Man, when did James become a Rice King?”) The speaker using the fact that a non asian male , ‘the King’, is dating More…

Rice Queen

A non Asian male who is dating an Asian male. (“Peter is definitely a Rice Queen”)[ clipping and replacement from “Rice King” , using the word “Queen” to More…

Rice Rocket

an import car (Asian) that has had modifications to be faster or superficially 'look' faster =That Celica is such a rice rocket. Etymology : compound; arising from 'rice' + 'rocket' More…

Rice Rocket

A heavily modified Asian car that makes a lot of noise Reason used: A rice rocket is a mocking term for Asian people who spend a lot of time and money fixing up their Asian cars. My More…

Rice-boi

Young Asian male who drives an expensive, highly modified, Japanese-imported car. A rice boi is a young Asian male, usually in his twenties, who drives a rather expensive Asian imported More…

Rice-Goggles

Metaphorical goggles worn by Rice students in order to see unattractive classmates as attractive. The term "Rice-goggles" is primarily used for its humorous appeal. It is somewhat of an More…

rice-goggles

a state of perception that develops after having attended Rice University for some time that causes males or females to seem more attractive than they would previously be evaluated More…

Riceburner

A flashy, souped-up car driven by young, Asian, gangster wannabes, such as seen in the movie Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift. =This term likely comes from the conjunction of the fact that More…

Ricer

a person who spends extra money on making their car faster and more aesthetically pleasing A new word was created because there was no term for the group of people this word describes. It More…

Rick roll

To trick someone into clicking on a false hyperlink on the Internet that takes the person to the Rick Astley video “Never Gonna Give You Up,” instead of what they expected to find =This More…

rickroll

a prank in which someone is tricked into watching a video of Rick Astley singing his 1980’s hit, Never Gonna Give You Up; the prank usually involves an internet web link that is masked by More…

Rickroll

when an internet surfer is tricked into clicking on a link directing them to a video of Rick Astley singing his 1980's hit, "Never Gonna Give You Up." Usually this occurs on More…

ricoculous

Something outrageous; same definition as ridiculous As mention earlier, dic and coc are similar beginnings for slang words describing the male sexual organ. This word is a clever play on More…

Ricoculous

Ridiculous (a more emphatic form) The friend who I first heard use this word likes to mention male anatomy as often as possible, so this was a good word for him. Ricoculous was popularized More…

Ricoculous

absurd, preposterous; syn ridiculous =Wow, that was absolutely ricoculous! Etymology : Clipping and Replacement [Clipping of ridiculous and replacement of 'dic' with 'coc'] More…

ride

A car or a vehicle used for transportation. Because a car is what one rides in, it seems logical to refer to it as a ride. The slang term is actually straightforward, though still informal More…


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