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Bee tee dubs

By the way =Hey we’re going to the Chuy’s on Holcombe, bee tee dubs. Etymology : “Bee tee dubs” comes from the group of letters “btw” most often used in text messaging and informal emails More…

Bee-Bike

Refers to any motorcycle that requires or whose shape suggests that the rider be leaned over the gas tank that is closely geared for racing and city streets, but has a small engine. The More…

beef

To instigate conflict with another person =This word is a zero derivation from the noun "beef", which refers to a complaint or grievance against somebody. In context, this word More…

Beefcakes

A highly muscular body a physically fit, attractive man – or just the buttocks or chest of such a man. Beefcakes are analogous to the slang term cheesecake, which was formerly used to More…

beefin'

The act of fighting with someone else, verbally or physically. Having a conflict with someone. =There is no clear origin from where this word came from. It seems to have appeared out of no More…

Beegest

beeg “very big” + -est (adjective-forming suffix used to form the superlative degree of monosyllabic adjectives) The word allows one to describe things that are very big using More…

Beepilepsy

a succession of akward bodily and facial expressions after a phone goes off in a silent situation such as a meeting, a movie, a library, etc. This word probably originates from the disease More…

Beer Blanket

An artificial feeling of warmth created by alcohol intoxication This is a phrase used to describe a condition of artificial warm feeling created by alcohol. It neatly summarizes the More…

Beer Cube

A small refrigerator for the purpose of holding a beer supply, separate from a refrigerator for normal use. =“I just got a great beer cube at the big room auction” Etymology : More…

beer goggles

(compounding, metaphor) Someone is said to be wearing beer goggles when they are drunk, and have lower standards for attractiveness than they do when they're sober. If you have on More…

beer me

to hand, give, or pass =Hey man, can you beer me the television remote? Etymology : expanded from popular bar slang =NBC's The Office, season 4

beer o'clock

a time to drink Perhaps a spin off of “Time to get a new watch,” this phrase is a part of rugby slang, meaning, it’s time to drink. Rugby boys are infamous for the amounts More…

beer pressure

Pressure to drink alcohol placed on an individual by his or her peers. This was probably originally a slip of the tongue, but it made sense in the context, since the discussion was about More…

Beer shower

The rain of beer caused by someone in a frat tent swinging around a newly opened beer. =“Beer shower” was formed by metaphor. Swinging around an open beer would cause beer to spill from More…

Beer-sightedness

A type of vision where the person's judgement on beauty is clouded by the amount of beer they have ingested as well as the time. This occurs during the last hours that a bar is open More…

Beerio Kart

drinking game that combines chugging alcohol, usually beer or other alcohol with a similar proof, and Mario Kart =The boys and I play Beerio Kart every Saturday night Etymology : blend More…

Beerios

Cheerios, a breakfast cereal, covered in beer instead of milk. Beer Bike is, not surprisingly, centered around the consumption of beer, so Rice students, being as smart as they are, created More…

Beerios

cereal topped with beer instead of milk This not uncommon breakfast food on the morning of Beer Bike needed a name. The cereal used does not necessarily need to be Cheerios (which is a More…

beerlicious

Having the quality of being both delicious and alcoholic. Beerlicious was used during a Daily Show segment on Alabama. The segment featured a beer activist petitioning the government to More…

Begone

To go away. =Gained popularity from the saying "Begone thots" which originated from twitter around April 2015. This term is pretty much a meme way to tell a girl to stay away. More…


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