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to chunk the deuce

to decline To chunk the deuce refers to the physical act of ‘throwing up’ or showing a peace sign. The slang word chuck ‘to throw’ here becomes ‘chunk’ More…

to deck/"decking" it

(zero derivation) to deck is to fall over randomly, usually in a public place, and usually to the embarrassment of the person who falls. =The term is commonly used among middle and high More…

to deprove

To worsen, to decrease in value, or bring into a worse condition (antonym of improve); formed by analogy with improve, where im was treated as a prefix and substituted with de, and prove More…

to flip a lid

To react negatively to a stressor, to get upset and irritated, to freak out in order to correctly express the level of upsetness, a humorous interesting expression is used. =When I saw the More…

to flip a lid

To react negatively to a stressor, to get upset and irritated, to freak out apparent meaning: to panic, to freak out, carries specifically negative connotations. The test score was not so More…

to go H.A.M.

"to go hard as a motherfucker"; to do something in extreme fashion ="I'm gonna go H.A.M. tonight at the flag football game." Etymology : Abbreviation of the More…

to go HAM

to go as hard as a motherfucker; to do something do an extreme extent; generally used with sports or partying =I'm gonna go HAM at basketball tonight. Imma put up 20 points no sweat. More…

to heart

To love, weakly. Often on the internets, people use characters to form symbols and pictures, such as :-) or =P or =I Etymology : Written form of internet symbol =on the internets

To put a fork in...

(an old expression; a phrase often used like a verb) To finish or the act of finishing something. =The origin comes from how when cooking, people test to see if meat is done by sticking a More…

To redbox

To rent a movie from any of the self-serve kiosks owned by Redbox that are often placed in front of large retailing chains, like grocery stores or stores that sell a variety of everyday More…

To School Someone

(Verb) To school someone is a verb and a conversion. It is referring to showing someone up or beating them in a game very bad. It is on the basis of teaching someone how to do it the right More…

to ship

To support and want two fictional characters from the same movie, book, etc. to begin a romantic relationship because you believe based on past instances in that story that they would make More…

To Skype

(Verb) The verb is used amongst people who commonly use Skype. It is analogous to the phrase “to chat”. Since Skype is an extremely popular mode of online chatting and calling, it has been More…

To squirrel shit

Used in the situation when a large, usually square grassy area is enclosed by sidewalks on all four sides and you’re standing at one corner and need to reach the other. This is the action More…

to tennis

To play tennis. In conversation with a friend, the friend mentioned that he needed to go play tennis for our college. The way he phrased it was “I need to tennis”, using it as More…

To throw (a game)

To spectacularly lose a game, either intentionally or unintentionally. Most commonly, one team has a big lead, then after several major mistakes by the winning team, the other team wins. More…

toasted

(verb) To beat someone (or be beaten by them), especially in terms of speed. Also general ownage. ="I just toasted Kevin!" "Watch out or you're going to get toasted More…

toaster

a handgun or firearm in general =We gotta move these toasters somewhere else! Etymology : unknown, possible play on the word "firearm" =The Wire, numerous episodes.

toby

pejorative name for someone of lower status This comes from the book/miniseries Roots, in which Kunta Kinte’s Christian/slave name “Toby” represents his domination by More…

tocology

The science of childbirth; midwifery or obstetrics. Etymology : From Greek toko 'child, childbirth' + logy =My roommate


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