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Short for romantic relationship, popularized in fanfiction circles ="Sherlock and Watson should form a ship." Etymology : Clipping of relationship (which is formed by affixation More…

ship1

(Clipping, zero-derivation) To support or idealize a romantic relationship =This word originated in online forums and has since been used in casual conversations. It nicely fits into a More…

Ship2

If somebody want two specific people to be in a relationship. =Used by match-makers when they want two people that they know to be in a relationship. Etymology : Derived from the normal More…

ship20

(clipping and metaphorical extension of the word relationship) to support the notion of a romance between two other people. The romance may or may not be already actual. Formed from a More…

Shipper

Someone who strongly supports a romantic relationship between two people (usually fictional characters or celebrities). =​Shipper comes from “relationshipper” which had the same meaning, More…

shipping

A shortened form of the term “relationshipping,” the act of pairing fictional characters into romantic relationships. =When describing “ships” they are usually written formally as More…

shit show

an inescapably horrible and chaotic, sometimes ironic, situation ="This past month, my life has been a shit show. I lost my job and boyfriend, my apartment was broke into and More…

shit show (1)

(compounding) an extremely frenetic, ridiculous, or chaotic scene ="There was really loud music, drunk people, and lots of beer at fourth floor last night. It was a complete shit More…

Shit-stalking

(compound) To go through pictures of someone on a social internet site, such as Facebook, and talking “trash” about the person in the process. =This is a slight modification of the slang More…

shit-tastic

a description of something that is going particularly poorly - use is similar to fantastic, but the meaning is the opposite - word formation likely arises from a sarcastic blending of shit More…

Shit-ton

(compounding) An adjective used to describe a plethora of items, usually associated with schoolwork. The word seems to be a compound that condensed the phrase, “a ton of shit,” into a single More…

shitastic

describes something that is so wonderful that it cannot be described as merely “the shit” or “fantastic” =Shitastic is a blend of "the shit" and "fantastic". Both are More…

shitastic (1)

(blending and clipping) Description of something that is fantastically bad. Something that is a huge mess, but the fact that it is a mess makes it good or humorous in some way. Something so More…

Shitastically

Used very sarcastically typically to describe the status of something that is going not so fantastically ="How is your paper coming along?" "Shitastically-- I'm still More…

Shitcan

discharge from a position; dismiss. Fired. Probably an extension of the term ‘can’ of the same meaning. =“Did you hear Ashcroft resigned?“ “I heard he got More…

shite

1) n. Something bad, unfortunate, displeasing. Ex: 'This cafeteria food is some nasty-tasting shite.' 2) v. To mess something up, ruin. Ex: 'Don't shite up the entire project with your More…

Shitfaced

The quality of being extremely intoxicated by alcohol, exceeding the regular term drunk Shitfaced has come into the language by form of compounding the vulgar term shit with faced. It More…

shitfaced

(compounding) To lose composure and become intoxicated by excessive alcohol consumption. Metaphorically descriptive of one's behavior in such a state. ="Did you see Blake last More…

Shitfit

(noun) When a person freaks out about something; when someone gets upset or is anxious and begins to freak out =She couldn’t stop freaking out! She threw the biggest shitfit ever! More…

Shitfoot

Bad, undesirable =Example: "Man, my car got towed, my dog died, and the tuna salad at lunch was horrible. I'm having a real shitfoot day." Shitfoot has metonymically come to More…


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