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Roflcopter

A form of “chatspeak” and is used as a response to a very funny joke. It shows an extreme laughing fit, one so bad that the chatter is on the floor spinning like a helicopter. While this More…

Roflcopter (1)

(Blending , Clipping, Reverse Acronym) An alternative to rofl. It also may refer to an acronym, Rolling On the Floor Laughing Can’t Operate Properly Till Eyes Refocus =Roflcopter More…

Roflcopter (2)

used more often in online conversations, “roflcopter” is an expression used to represent laughter in response to a hilarious comment. =Comparable to the more popular “lol,” roflcopter More…

roflcopter (3)

(blending of rofl and helicopter) A noun used to express excitement or recognize the hilarity of a situation or joke. Comes from the word rofl which stands for “rolling on the floor More…

roflmao

(Rolling On the Floor Laughing My Ass Off) laughing extremly hard, usually to the point where it is hard to breathe =ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1!!!!!! =IM conversation

Roflstomp

To defeat or overcome something or someone so completely and effortlessly that the entire ordeal is laughable and comedic. =This term probably came into existence in the online gaming More…

rogue- hippopotobox

an unexpected bad event that occurs suddenly with no possibility of avoidance =The word is used to describe a unique type of event that is unexpected and unavoidable. Thus, the speaker More…

roids, roid rage

roids: steroids; particularly anabolic steroids used to ‘bulk up’ muscle mass (note: always appears in plural in this usage) Type of Formation: clipping (roids), compounding More…

roll

The use of the word ‘roll’ in this environment to replace any act changes the connotation of the statement into extremely positive, indicating that the act was extremely More…

Roll

refers to what a person does or the manner in which they conduct themselves Apparent Meaning: This is a term that refers to a person’s behavior or a person’s choice of More…

Roll

To overrule a superior's authority in an underhanded fashion. =Rule 1 that I learned from working in Congresswoman Sanchez's office: staff must never roll her decisions. Etymology : More…

roll out

(zero derivation) to leave =The original definition of roll out is the movement of ones body to roll like a ball and then return to its normal stature. In this case, speakers use roll out More…

roll(1)

(verb) To create a character in a game. While this term originally stems from Dungeons and Dragons, where one would roll a die to determine stats, roll is now used in a variety of games More…

Roll-out

(verb) rolling back and forth on a foam roller to release muscle tension and prevent soreness. =Gotta roll-out my legs again after practice. Etymology : Came about from the shortening of More…

Rollercoaster

To go to amusement parks and enjoy riding roller coasters Apparent meaning, etymology, and type of word formation: “Rollercoaster” means to go to amusement parks and enjoy More…

ROLLING

A dangerous activity popular with today's delinquents which involves throwing sometimes heavy objects from the back of a moving truck or vehicle =The youths were engaged in a dangerous More…

rolling

Being under the influence of MDMA (ecstasy). =Used to describe a flowing, relaxing high which fluctuates in intensity, creating a “rolling” feeling. The term was likely coined to relate More…

Romanticness

Ability to have a loving outlook on relationships To fit with the form of the other noun (attractiveness) the author had to add a new ending to the word. The sentence sounds better with More…

romcom

A romantic comedy. Much like “sitcom”, formed from “situation comedy” by the exact same process, romcom is also combined by two rhyming syllables that make the word More…

Romcom

a romantic comedy ('Like any stereotypical middle-aged housewife, she is an admitted romcom enthusiast.') =I thought you considered romcoms below you. Etymology : [New formation by More…


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