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The time period surrounding the fourth Thursday in November in the United States during which students are free from their traditional academic and occupational obligations; the Thanksgiving More…

Thanksgetting Day

(Blending) Black Friday =Refers to the shopping rush during thanksgiving week, especially Black Friday, when shoppers flood retail shops for “supposed” holiday deals. It has a slightly More…

Thanksgiving Pants

Pants that are worn in anticipation of eating a huge meal (i.e. Thanksgiving dinner). These pants usually boast an elastic waist, to allow some give for that third helping =These pants More…

Thanksgivukkah

([Thanksgiving + Hanukkah]) Thanksgivukkah is a pop-culture portmanteau neologism created to describe the convergence of the American holiday of Thanksgiving and the first day of the Jewish More…

thanksgivukkah

a day being both thankgiving and Jewish Hanukkah =convey the idea that the first day of thankgiving holiday this yeat coincide with Jewish Hanukkah Etymology : blending of thanksgiving More…

Thankswednesday

Refers to the day before thanksgiving, which is always a Wednesday. =“I’m cancelling class so you all can fly out on Thankswednesday.” Etymology : blend of Thanksgiving (from thanks (n.) More…

that's money

That’s awesome, great, exciting A slang term for “that’s awesome.” This came from a friend at William and Mary. This probably originated in a similar way as More…

that's solid

that’s awesome, exciting, great I was talking to my friend from William and Mary, and this is a piece of slang they use that is synonymous to “that’s hot,” which I More…

The 1 Percent

(Compounding) To make money, as if you were part of the top 1% of earners in America. =This stems from the Occupy Wallstreet movement and was used jokingly to refer to making a lot of More…

The Bana

An abbreviation of Taco Cabana Specifically, the Main St. location of Taco Cabana, a Mexican fast-food restaurant. Can be used to refer to other locations thereof, but there is a group of More…

The Bernie

(Word formation type: Novel Creation) The Bernie is a type of dance where a person bends at the knees, leans slightly backwards, and drops their arms behind them like a dead weight. They More…

The bomb dot com

A way to refer to any person, event, or thing which a person finds very cool or enjoyable. =The phrase “the (or da) bomb” became popular in the nineties. The addition of “dot com” refers More…

The Book

Facebook ="I loved what you posted on The Book the other day." Etymology : Clipping of the word "Facebook" to "Book", addition of the word "The" More…

The boot

The back of the trunk of a truck =Throw it in the boot! Etymology : noun – possibly metaphor from boots on a person which are at the end of a person and the trunk is at the end of the More…

the crumpler

1. a hypothetical sexual maneuver involving the insertion of the index finger into the vagina and the insertion of the pinky and ring fingers into the rectum. 2. the hand sign formed by More…

The Crush

(Metonymy) Used in Southern California to refer to the freeway exchange of three major freeways, the 5, the 57, and the 22, in the Orange County area. This exchange is notorious for traffic More…

The Dirty

refers to a good time or something that was fun Apparent Meaning: phrase used when referring to something that a person thought was really fun or awesome or when the person had a fun time More…

The drunchies

(Noun) Hunger pangs and/or cravings brought on by alcohol intoxication. A combination of the words "drunk" and "munchies", which describe similar cravings that often More…

the fam fam

single object of 'the family' especially used by a person in reference to his or her own immediate family =Going home for Thanksgiving, time for the fam fam. Etymology : comes More…

The Guardian

The welded statue in front of Hanszen college, representing the "heart of Hanszen" =The Guardian will protect Hanszen property. Etymology : After a Willy Week jack, in which a More…


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