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shank (2)

(metaphorical extension) To slack off but continue to succeed; to accomplish through less conventional needs. ="I shanked that assignment, but still got an A." Etymology : From More…

Shanked

the condition of having another person cancel plans on a last minute basis. apparent meaning: to blow somebody off, to break set plans reason used: This word is the byproduct of More…

Shankopotomas

Person playing golf that continues to have bad swings therefore resulting in bad hits. =Way to go shankopotomas, you don’t have a chance at winning. Etymology : The term, More…

shanty

of or pertaining to being dressed down or not dressed for the occasion, though not necessarily always a fancy occasion =Speaker needed a way of addressing a person wearing inappropriate More…

shappens

(blending and clipping) the happening of something unsavory or unexpected =Sometimes shappens and there is nothing we can do about it. I first heard this term used by my high school math More…

Shaqtin'

(and eponym) Generally, Shaqtin’ refers to making a foolish mistake or performing an embarrassing action. More specifically, Shaqtin’ refers to when professional basketball players make an More…

shard

to inadvertently expel fecal matter as a result of the passage of gas ="When I was 8 years old I sharded on the stage in my school's Christmas musical." Etymology : More…

sharenting

The trend of excessive sharing and coverage by parents of ones child through social media. =Sharenting typically is a noun that describes the overall trend of sharing the lives of ones More…

Sharenting (2)

The overuse of social media by parents who share content on their children. =Word is derived by blending the verbs “Parenting” and “Sharing.” Used because of the growth of social media. More…

shareware

Computer software that is made freely available with the expectation that its users will voluntarily pay a (usually modest) fee. Interpretation of intended meaning Fee-optional software. More…

Shareware

Computer software that enables file sharing between computers through the internet Apparent meaning: Computer software that allows computer files to be shared or transferred over the More…

sharing economy

(compounding) An informal economic system where non-professional owners of privately held non-commercial assets or skills rent out their goods or services for a fixed price over a stated More…

sharking

(Slang; usually meant Sneak) An act popular in Japan of a person (usually a male) running around pulling a girl's top down, exposing their breasts. =Used in slang, comparable to More…

Shart

When you fart and a little shit comes out. As a joke for the movie. Because it’s funny. =Dude, we’ve gotta get outta here. I think I just sharted. Etymology : Blend of fart More…

shart

the action of trying to fart and poop comes out as well =despite claims of earlier origin, the term became common after the 2004 film Along Came Polly with Jennifer Aniston and Ben More…

shart (1)

to accidentally excrete waste out of the anus while farting =He sharted his pants! Used in pop culture Etymology : Derived from shit and fart. Unknown

shart(2)

(blending of two words) a fart which contains a small quantity of poop in it. =Shart is a blending of the words shit and fart. Shart is a fairly even blending of the definition of the two More…

Sharted

accidentally releasing feces in one's own pants when trying to expel intestinal gases through one's anus. clever short less obvious way of describing shitting in one's pants. =I just More…

shat

past tense of “shit” as part of the phrase “getting shit on” which means the subject is experiencing some kind of extremely negative situation caused by another person or object, which is More…

Shawshank

To break free, escape in a dramatic fashion =This term is borrowed from the cult classic The Shawshank Redemption wherein the main character plans and executes a harrowing escape from More…


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