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Pull up

(verb) to come (usually over someone's house or apartment) ="Pull up" is used when a person wants another person or group of people to come over his/her house. The term is a More…

Pull up(2)

(Metaphor) Arrive at a social event. =There’s also a chance I’ll be on the aux so pull up. Etymology : Metaphor of “pulling up” a car, meaning parking a car at a curb and getting out. More…

pulled a Britney

(Metaphor) "Pulled a Britney" is a verb that means that an action committed is similar to an action committed by the pop star Britney Spears when she had her mental breakdown in More…

pullin'

(Derivation of the word 'pulling' with the 'g' dropped) Hiding the fact that one is drunk, high, or not in their right mind =The term is used to refer to the act of More…

Pulling a Jesus

Used while playing in Ms. Pacman(the video game); Ms. Pacman manages to run straight through a ghost without dying. Could possibly be glossed over to any death-conquering feat. Used while More…

puml'd

(clipping) Puml'd, v. means to beat someone or dominate a fellow competitor in a race. Puml'd is to defeat someone by a great distance or time in a race or competition. More…

Pump it

Pump it means to discontinue the action you are doing at the moment Pump it is used to tell someone to stop what they are doing. It is usually used when the action they are doing is More…

Pumpkeg

An emptied pumpkin wherein beer is transported and stored. =The person probably coined the term because he was seeking a colorful, compact way of describing such a contraption. Etymology More…

Pumpkin Grades

Midterm grades given to freshman students around Halloween. Pumpkin grades are grades given to freshman students around Halloween. Thus they are called pumpkin grades because pumpkins More…

Pumpkin Grades (1)

Grades given during the middle of the semester, during October, near Halloween, thus the use of the word pumpkin, which are typical festive decorations and associations to Halloween. More…

pumpkineer

Apparent meaning: someone who grow big pumpkins professionally. Reason used: Describing someone who study and grow big pumpkins, “pumpkins” + “engineer” = pumpkineer More…

pun

(prefix) a prefix that is added to certain nouns or adjectives to form puns, usually done when the subject of conversation is related to puns. ="Chris you need to stop, these lame More…

Punana

Used to describe a person who is bringing down the party. Their reasoning can include cowardice, boredom, or sleep derivation. Often used as a more kid-friendly version of pussy in the More…

Punch drunk

(metaphor) Originally referred to the medical symptoms shown by a boxer who has suffered repeated blows/punches to the head and thus acting dazed or out of character. Colloquially describing More…

Punk

to fool someone in a way that exceeds a regular joke. To punk implies an elaborate deception in which the person is eventually informed of the lie; the punking is usually in good humor and More…

Punk

To play a practical joke on someone, to fool a person =You've just been punked! Etymology : [Metonymic formation from the original neologism 'punk'] =Ashton Kutcher, host of Punked, More…

Punk'd

The act of fooling someone or causing a person to appear to be a fool. Punk’d is the act of pulling a prank on someone. To have punk’d a person is to have tricked or fooled More…

punk'd (3)

to play a prank on someone when they are unaware =The term was formed from the broadening of the word 'Punk'd', the name of a popular MTV show. The show is based around More…

Punk’d

To be the victim of a practical joke or prank The term punk’d derives from the slang word “punk” used to describe certain youths who wear particular clothing and have a More…

punked

(and affixation) to be duped or pranked ="You got punked!" Etymology : zero derivation from noun to verb of word “punk”, adding affix ‘-ed’ =Ashton Kutcher TV show


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