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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…

Rickroll (3)

To be tricked into listening to Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up”. The victim of this trick is typically led into believing they will navigate to a webpage, watch a video, or listen 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…

Ride

car or vehicle, a form of transportation (“check out my new ride”) This word has had a long history as it was derived from the Old English verb ridan (using some transportation More…

ridic

absurdity to an extreme degree; ludicrous =The term is used to describe something as being ridiculous. Perhaps the word was formed due to phonological reasons, as saying only More…

Ridic

Used when reacting to something that is extremely ridiculous, and must be said in a loud, obnoxious tone. ="I can't believe that that lady in the movie jumped off the cliff. That More…

ridic #2

absurd; silly =A shorter version of the word “ridiculous.” This term is a slang word for something that seems impossible, and it usually maintains a positive connotation, and something More…

ridic (1)

Ridiculous, crazy, insane, unheard of. =That test was ridic! The professor never told us it would be comprehensive. Etymology : This word is a clipping of ridiculous. =Heard about More…

Ridic (2)

(Clipping) Ridiculous, unreasonable, silly. The adjective 'ridic' is clearly clipped from 'ridiculous', probably to make it shorter to say, catchier, or cooler. It More…

ridic3

absurd, ludicrous, funny, comical =Derived from the word "ridiculous," which means deserving ridicule and laughter. The word "ridiculous" is often used in everyday More…

Ridiculosity

Something of an outrageous and unreasonable nature =Their project was just a ridiculosity, they had put no work into it! Etymology : Blend, ridiculous and monstrosity =A man More…

Ridiculosity (1)

(Affixation) The state of being absurd Like most words with a definition of absurd, ridiculosity can be used with either positive or negative connotation. For instance, depending on More…

ridin' dirty

driving with illegal drugs or firearms in the car in danger of being pulled over by the police. =“Police think they can see me lean… patrolling they tryin’ to catch me ridin’ dirty” More…


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