12
(noun) A 12 is a twelve-pack of drinks, usually beer. I stopped by the Golden Pantry and picked up a 12. See Drinking Help Page.
12
(noun) If someone says 12, they are referring to the police. This is usually shouted as a warning when the police arrive somewhere unexpectedly. I was at the party and someone shouted "12" and everyone scattered.
24-7
(adverb) If someone works 24-7 or hangs out with you 24-7, they do this 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If she's gonna be studying 24-7, she better find a Prozac connection.
40
(noun) A 40 is a shortened term for referring to a forty-ounce bottle of malt-liquor. John brought a bunch of 40s for everyone to drink at my party on Friday.
420
(noun)

1. 420 is another name for marijuana. I want to smoke up, but I'm out of 420. 2. If someone uses the term 420, they mean that they are smoking or have plans to smoke marijuana. The alternate spelling is 4:20. Let's get out of here; it's almost 420

[OED2] The Toronto Star, Dec. 2, 1997, "'Pager speak' the latest language for teens 'on the cutting edge,' electronics expert says," by Joe Mozingo. Metro Edition, LIFE section, p. F2.

5-0
(noun)

A 5-0 is a police officer or a police vehicle. Turn the music down, I've seen the 5-0 drive by twice.

See po po.
70's bush
(noun)

If someone has a 70's bush, they have large, untrimmed pubic hair. I was going to go down on that girl until I saw her 70's bush.

86
(verb) Something that is 86ed has been canceled. This is also a popular term in the restaurant industry. I was so tired from the night before that I had to 86 going to the party.
accidentally
(verb)

If somebody accidentally something, they have misplaced, eaten, or otherwise ruined it. My boyfriend was so mad because I accidentally all of his noodles.

See wat.
acid
(noun)

If you use acid, you use the drug LSD. My friends are planning to use acid tonight. 

action
(noun)

If someone talks about getting some action, they are talking about having sex. David got some action yesterday night; he met a girl downtown and took her home. 

adorkable
(adjective)

When someone is adorkable they are cute for doing something dorky. Usage note: mainly used by girls. James was adorkable when he came to the door in suspenders holding flowers.

afterglow
(noun)

If you refer to your afterglow, you are talking about the feeling you get after an orgasm. Maria's afterglow with Arnold lasted for a long time.

[OED2] 1928 S. Browne tr. T. H. Van de Velde Ideal Marriage “At the conclusion of sexual union or communion, begins the afterglow, the epilogue.”

A-game
(idiom)

If you are on your A-game, then you are doing your best; used primarily in sports but also in everyday conversation. Al must have been on his A-game last night because he hooked up with a girl at every bar we went to.

-age
(suffix) When someone adds -age to a word, it emphasizes the word in use. Let's go downtown and get some foodage.
Ag Tech
(noun) When someone says "Ag Tech", they are referring to the Agriculture Technology Building which is located at Riverbend Road in East Campus. Hope I catch the River's Crossing Van right away. I need to be at Ag Tech in 8 minutes.
aight
(interjection)

If you say "aight," you mean "all right" or "okay." I'll be right back, aight?

ain't
(verb)

If you say “ain't,” you mean “isn't” or “aren't.” Bobbie ain't going to the racetrack with me any more because he's sick.

ain't that a bitch
(idiom)

When someone says "ain't that a bitch," they are referring to a disappointment, loss, or mishap. This phrase is typically used amongst friends or close acquaintances. "Man, I just saw your girlfriend kissing Tom!" "What?" "Ain't that a bitch!"

air-five
(noun phrase)

When someone gives an air-five, they are giving a high-five without touching hands. This is usually done out of laziness or to prevent embarrassment. I gave James an air-five across the room for texting me the answer to the last question on the quiz.

A-list
(adjective) If a person is A-list , that means he or she is one of the popular people in an elite group. You can't ask Vanessa out; she's head cheerleader, she's A-list .
all
(adverb)

You can substitute the word “all” in place of the word “said” when you are talking to a friend and you want to introduce quotes from past conversations. This word is often used in conjunction with the word like. So I was talking to Roger the other day and he was all, did you know Curtis is gay? and I was all like No way!

all about
(idiom)

When someone is all about something, they are enthusiastic about it. I hate group projects, but I am all about working alone.

all kinds of
(adverb)

If you say "all kinds of" before an adjective, you are intensifying that adjective; this phrase is similar to the word "very." This is often but not always used to intensify a negative adjective. For a neutral sense, see totally. That drunk was all kinds of annoying. He just wouldn't leave us alone.

all over it
(idiom)

When you say you are all over it, you are taking control of a situation or solving a problem. I could use some help getting things set up for the party. I'm all over it.

all that
(adjective phrase)

When it is said that a person is all that, that person thinks of themselves as fashionable and popular. Maria thought she was all that, and frowned on anyone who couldn't afford expensive clothes and vacations. 

all up in
(idiom)

If someone is all up in someone's business, it means that they are being nosy and interfering where they should not be. Allison was all up in my business this morning because I didn't come home until 4 am. 

all up in (someone's) face
(idiom)

If someone is all up in your face, then they are accusing or insulting you. My dad was all up in my face about my DUI.

all up on
(idiom)

1. If you are all up on someone, you are bothering them obnoxiously about a subject over and over. She was all up on me trying to get me to come to her club meeting.  2. If someone is all up on someone else, they are flirting with them in an excessive manner. He was all up on me in that bar. I think he was hoping for some easy sex.

all you
(adjective)

If someone says a situation is all you, they mean that you are the only person who should act in that situation. When Bertha walked by, giving me an evil stare, Allen looked at me and said, "That's all you."

ambisextrous
(adjective)

When someone is ambisextrous, they are bisexual. I saw Heather holding hands with Susan yesterday; I think she’s ambisextrous

[OED2] 1929 M. Lief Hangover vi. 96 The big scene..in which twenty or  thirty young Apollos...paraded their ambisextrous charms all over the stage.shit!

amped
(adjective)

 If you are amped, then you are excited about something. I am so amped about the party this weekend!

[OED2] 1973 Creem “These days the live Stones seem to carry a last-ditch mood of amped-up desperation that they saved for pure effect in looser times.” 

animal
(noun)

If someone is an animal, they are a person who is exceptionally good at something, ranging from sports, to school, to drinking, and is highly respected by their peers. John is such an animal; he was up drinking all last night and still aced his test this morning.

See beast.
ankle biter
(noun phrase)

If a dog or child is an ankle biter, they are small and extremely annoying or unfriendly. Yeah those ankle biters really know how to ruin a good rug.

antistalking
(verb)

When someone is antistalking, they are learning another person's routine in order to avoid them; the opposite of stalking. John is antistalking Mark because John owes him money.

ape shit
(noun phrase)

If someone goes ape shit, they are upset, almost to the point that they want to fight. I am so mad at Jim, I am about to go ape shit!

artsy fartsy
(adjective)

When something is artsy fartsy, it is so strange that only a seriously artistic person would enjoy or appreciate it. The fashion spreads in Vogue magazine are so artsy fartsy; no one would actually wear a tutu in public.

[OED2] 1962  G. P. Elliott David Knudsen 75  How did your artsy-fartsy movies turn out?

a shit
(noun)

If you say that a person is a shit, you mean you dislike the person. He's such a shit for bailing on our date.

ass
(noun)

If you call someone an ass, you find them irritating. This term is frequently used to refer to guys in a disapproving manner. The term may be used in a humorous manner among friends. I told you he is an ass. He threw up all over his girlfriend. 

(ASS) AΣΣ
(noun)

(Alpha Sigma Sigma, pronounced "ass") If someone mentions the AΣΣ, they are talking about the Athens Silver Sousas or the sousaphone section of the Redcoat Marching Band. Phrases include AΣΣ houseAΣΣ men, and AΣΣ jackets. The sousas are having a party at the AΣΣ house tomorrow night.

ass crack of dawn
(noun phrase)

If you get up at the ass crack of dawn, you are getting up extremely early. Man, I had to stay up till 3:00 last night doing homework and then get up at the ass crack of dawn to go to school.

asshat
(noun)

If a person is called an asshat, then they are acting in an obnoxious way. Rick, you are such an asshat, quit trying to look up my mom's skirt.

Asshole
(noun)

If you play Asshole, you are playing a drinking game played with a deck of cards and a group of people. The game is played by having all the cards dealt out to the players with the goal being to get rid of all your cards first, and to not be the last player in. The last player in is the Asshole. Last night at the party all of us played Asshole since we had a deck of cards and a lot of drinks.

[OED2] 1935 D. Thomas Let. July in Sel. Lett. (1966) 159 The best socialists suck all they can from the jaundiced ass-hole of an anti-socialist state.

ass kisser
(noun phrase)

If you call a student an ass kisser, they are always around their professors, agree with whatever they say or do, and try to do everything possible to impress them. This term is used in a disapproving manner and may be offensive to some. I can't believe this! Mary said all that shit to Dr. Power. She is such an ass kisser.

[OED2] 1978 S.Brill Teamsters i.28 He had to watch the ass-kissers court Fitzsimmons.

ass pirate
(noun phrase)

When someone refers to a guy as an ass pirate, they mean that he is gay. This term is very offensive, especially when uttered by a straight man to a gay man. Usage should strongly be avoided. Kevin said that Rich was an ass pirate because he was making out with Kyle.

asswipe
(noun)

If someone is an asswipe, then they are someone you don't like because they act in an offensive manner. Always offensive and usually only said about men. Mark flirts with girls while his girlfriend is still in the room. What an asswipe.

[OED2] 1953 S. Bellow Adventures, Augie, March ix, 173 You little asswipe hoodlum!

Athenian
(noun)

If someone is an Athenian, they were born and raised in the city of Athens, GA. “Didn’t Jed go to Clarke Central?” “Yeah, he’s an Athenian.”

ATH, the
(noun) If someone refers to The ATH, they are talking about Athens, Georgia. We're gonna head up to The ATH this weekend.
ATLien
(noun)

If someone is called an ATLien, they are from Atlanta. John claims to be an ATLien, but he's actually from Alpharetta.

The term comes from the song "ATLiens" from the 1996 album ATLiens by the Atlanta-based hip-hop duo, OutKast.

ATL, The
(noun) 1 When someone whose home is or used to be within or extremely close to the city limits of Atlanta, Georgia talks about The ATL, they are referring to the actual city of Atlanta or the specific area where their home is or used to be. I'm gonna roll down to The ATL tonight to see the folks. 2 When someone whose home is not in or near Atlanta says The ATL, they are talking about the urban area in and around the city of Atlanta, Georgia. We're gonna go to The ATL and hit up some of the clubs in Buckhead. ATL is the FAA designation for Hartsfield International Airport.
A-town
(noun)

When someone refers to A-town, they are referencing Atlanta, GA. Hey, are you going to A-town for the show this weekend?

attention whore
(noun phrase)

If someone calls a girl an attention whore, that person is claiming that she will do provocative or outrageous things simply so others will only notice her. This term is moderately offensive. Rachel is such an attention whore. She makes out with girls in bars even though she isn't actually bi-sexual.

Aunt Flo came to visit
(idiom) If a girl says Aunt Flo came to visit, she means she is having her period. Susan said her Aunt Flo came to visit unexpectedly in the middle of her vacation.
awesome
(adjective)

1. If you say something is awesome, you mean it is extremely good or fun. That party was awesome; I had a really great time. (interjection)  2. If you respond to something or someone by saying "awesome," you are expressing approval or excitement. When my friend told me that she was throwing me a party, I said "awesome!"

Awful House
(noun phrase) If someone refers to Awful House, they are referring negatively to Waffle House, a chain of restaurants common in the Southeast. Let's go get something to eat, but there's no way I'm going to Awful House again tonight.
awkward turtle
(noun phrase)

If you recognize that a situation is awkward, you can represent the awkwardness by making a specific hand gesture called the awkward turtle. When Jimmy started to tell us about his pervert uncles and their escapades, Jonathan stopped the impending awkwardness with the awkward turtle gesture.

awnaw hell naw
(interjection)

If you say “awnaw” or its fully emphasized form “awnaw hell naw,” then you are surprised at something outrageous or someone who is acting out of line. Then he told me he had skipped our meeting because his girlfriend told him to, and I was like, “awnaw hell naw.”

aye aye captain
(interjection)

When someone says "aye aye captain," they are using another way of saying "okay" after a command is given. This interjection is often used sarcastically. “Julie, would you please clean your room; it is a horrible mess and I have all of these people coming over tonight!?” “Aye aye captain!”

baby hootie
(noun)

When a sorority girl refers to another girl as a baby hootie the girl is a prospect for the sorority. Baby hooties are girls rushing to join a sorority usually in their freshman year. I can’t wait to meet the baby hooties this Saturday!

babysit
(verb)

If someone babysits a bowl when smoking marijuana, they are holding onto the bowl and not passing it to the next person.You getting paid to babysit that bowl, Sarah?

back
(noun)

If someone orders a back, they order a drink to follow a shot. ex. Cokeback, pickleback, waterback.  We're getting shots of Jameson. Do you want a Cokeback[OED2] 1976 M. Machlin Pipeline xxxiv. 382 Doheny drank Crown Royal straight with water back.

See chaser.
back (someone) up
(verb phrase)

When you support a friend during a conflict or crisis, you back them up. If Dave calls you out, Ivan will back you up.

back up
(noun)

If something is a back up, it is an alternative or a spare. James told her not to worry, he always kept an extra condom as a back up[OED2] 1840 A. Bunn Stage II. 239 Taglioni was engaged on unheard-of terms to ‘back up’ Malibran's ‘off-nights’.

backwash
(noun)

Backwash is the last swallow of a beer when it is usually warm and flat. Dude, I don’t want your nasty backwash! Finish your own damn beer!

bacon wrapped
(adjective)

If something is bacon wrapped it is described as being significantly better. The deal for season tickets was good before, but making all of them half-price for $20 just made it bacon wrapped.

bad
(adjective)

When something is bad, it is extremely cool. That brand new Corvette is some bad stuff! [OED2] 1897 G. Ade Pink Marsh 195 She sutny fix up a pohk chop 'at's bad to eat.

badass
(noun)

If someone calls a guy a badass, they mean he is tough and deserves respect. Rob is such a badass. He always lets the cops chase him a little before pulling over.

badass
(adjective)

When you say something is badass, you mean it is really cool. Joe's new apartment is badass; he has all new furniture.

[OED2] 1955 J. Blake, “Wanted to be a hard-nose badass type.”

bad hair day
(noun phrase)

If you are having a bad hair day, you mean that you are not pleased with the way that your hair looks. I am having a bad hair day; I can't ever make my hair look good when it rains.

[OED2] 1988 Press Democrat (Santa Rosa, Calif.) 24 July d1/5 Even those who emerge from the sea…have bad-hair days. But let us not waste our pity on them.

ba donka donk
(noun)

A ba donka donk is a thick, round butt. Hey, check out the ba donka donk on that girl. I bet you could bounce a quarter off that!

bag
(verb)

If you bag somebody, then you have had sex with that person. Do you remember that rumor a few years back about how Fred Durst bagged Christina and Britney?

bag on
(verb)

If you bag on something, you make fun of it or speak unfavorably of it. Usually used when talking about things, not people. Don't bag on my car; I give you a ride every day!

bail
(verb)

When someone bails, they abandon a project or circumstance on short notice. Even though the party was fun, we had to bail because the cops were going to show up. 

baked
(adjective)

If someone is baked, they are under the influence of marijuana. He and the guys dug out the bong and spent the whole weekend getting baked.

ball
(noun)

A ball refers to three grams of cocaine. Do you know if he’d give me a break on a ball?

See eight-ball.
ball and chain
(noun phrase)

When someone refers to their ball and chain, they are speaking about their romantic partner. Often heard as “the old ball and chain,” this title is used both jokingly and cynically. I can't go camping this weekend, the old ball and chain wants us to go to Miami and stay at her parents new seaside condo.

[OED2] 1921 Collier’s “He deliberately attempts to commit suicide by askin' me ‘How's the ball and chain?’ meanin' my wife.” 

baller
(noun)

1. If a guy called a baller, he is good at playing basketball, earns lots of money, and attracts many women. My boy Marquise is a baller; he kills on the court.  2. A baller is a guy who dresses fashionably, has money, and is popular among his peers. Brad is such a baller. He knows everyone at this school. 

ballin'
(verb)

1. When someone is ballin', then they are feeling lucky or have had consecutive instances of good luck. Often used to describe athletes during competition. Tony has scored five touchdowns tonight—he is ballin' 2. When someone is ballin' they are playing basketball. Scott was at the court ballin'

ballin'
(adjective)

1. If someone is ballin', they are extremely wealthy or exhibit extreme wealth. You could tell Mike was ballin' when he rolled up in a brand new BMW.  2. If you describe something as ballin', it is extremely pleasant or satisfying to you. “Did you hear Georgia beat LSU yesterday?” “Yeah, that game was ballin'!”

The term originated from the hip-hop song "We Fly High (Ballin')" on the 2006 album Hustler's P.O.M.E. (Product of My Environment) by Jim Jones.

balls deep
(adjective)

1. When a guy says that they are balls deep, it means that they are achieving deep penetration during sex. Greg said he was balls deep in Lisa last night! 2. If someone is balls deep in something, they are deeply immersed or overwhelmed by it. I would love to go out with you tonight, but I'm balls deep in homework right now. 3. If you say something is balls deep, you mean it is as philosophically deep as possible. Your ideas about that Yeats poem are balls deep. I never even thought about it that way before.

balls to the wall
(interjection)

If someone says balls to the wall, they want you to give your best effort or finish a task strongly. I didn’t think I could do three more reps at the gym, but then my friend said, “Balls to the wall, man!” and I pushed them out like a champ.

[OED2] 1967 F. Harvey Air War xviii. 144 That first Doomsday Mission (as the boys call a big balls-to-the-wall raid) against Hanoi.

ballsy
(adjective)

If someone is ballsy, they behave in a bold or rash manner. This word is usually used in a complimentary manner. Wow! It was pretty ballsy for Becky to try to out run the cops in heels.

[OED2] 1959 Advantages for Myself “Truman Capote I do not know well... He is tart as a grand aunt, but in his way he is a ballsy little guy.” 

'Bama
(noun) If someone refers to 'Bama, they are talking about the University of Alabama or the state. Adrienne visited Amanda in 'Bama during Spring Break.
BAMF
(acronym)

If someone is a BAMF, they are a badass motherf**ker and have done something cool or impressive to earn the title. John is such a BAMF that he just tore that phone book in half with his bare hands!

See mofo.
banana hammock
(noun phrase)

If a man is wearing a banana hammock, he is wearing a speedo. Oh man, I really didn't want to catch my dad walking around the pool in his banana hammock.

band party
(noun phrase)

If someone is going to a band party, they are going to a party with a live band, usually thrown by a fraternity. Liquid Pleasure played at Kappa Sig's last band party.

bang
(verb)

When you bang, you're having sex. The couple banged all night.

[OED2] 1937 in Partridge Dictionary Slang. 1957 On the Road “He rushes from Marylou to Camille..and bangs her once.”

bangin'
(adjective)

When you say someone looks bangin', you mean that person is attractive. Did you see Jane in her evening gown? Her body was bangin'!

bar
(noun)

If you take a bar, you are taking the pill form of the prescription drug Xanex, usually taken by teens and college students without a prescription to achieve an altered state of mind. Dustin gave me a bar in the bathroom downtown, so I can't remember what happened last night.

Barbs
(noun)

Barbs is a shortening of Barberitos. Let’s go to Barbs, I’m craving their burritos.

bar crawl
(noun phrase)

If you participate in a bar crawl, you visit as many bars as possible with several individuals in a single evening. On the bar crawl, Jordan stumbled into the 26th bar and finally passed out.

See bar hop.
bar hop
(verb phrase)

If you bar hop, you visit several different bars, each for a short period of time in one night. Maria and I want to meet some guys tonight, so we figure we'll bar hop for a while. [OED2] 1954 Chron.-Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) 22 Apr. 22/2 The latest ‘spectacular’ plans at NBC-TV include a program..that will pick up scenes from all over the country, including..bar hopping in New Orleans' famous French Quarter.

See bar crawl.
barsexual
(noun)

A barsexual is a girl who kisses other girls in bars and clubs in order to seek the attention and approval of men. I swear Donna is such a barsexual, she made out with Lindsey last night at Barcode in front of all of these random guys.

basic
(adjective)

If someone or something is basic, it is uninteresting, boring, or uncool. I don’t like our new history professor, he’s so basic.

basket case
(noun phrase)

If you say that someone is a basket case, you mean that they are extremely and visibly nervous and anxious. Andrea has an important job interview today, and she is a total basket case. [OED2] 1967 Saturday Rev. (U.S.) 25 Mar. 30/3 Kwame Nkrumah should not be written off as a political basket case.

bastard
(noun)

If you call a guy a bastard, you mean that they are offensive or disagreeable. The term is abusive and can be used in a friendly or insulting manner. My ex-boyfriend was a real bastard; he cheated on me the whole time we were together.

[OED2] This dates from 1830 and is derived from Old French bastard; from bast 'pack-saddle' which was "used as a bed by muleteers in the inns, as opposed to a child of the marriage-bed" + the pejorative suffix -ard 'offspring of a marriage to lower status woman'; in English, bastard for a long time was regarded as an extremely strong term for abuse, but the word has now become less offensive due to more "overtly sexual insults."

battleshits
(noun)

Battleshits is a bathroom competition that features the biggest dumps with the loudest noises to beat or flush your opponent. Hey! Do you want to play battleshits in the bathroom stalls?

bazinga
(interjection)

When you say "bazinga!" you mean that a funny joke has been effectively delivered. What’s the difference between a girl from New Jersey and a bag of garbage? A bag of garbage eventually gets picked up! Bazinga!

From 2007, popularized by the CBS show "Big Bang Theory." 

b/c
(abbreviation)

B/c is an abbreviation for "because." This is only used for electronic or written communication. There is no spoken equivalent. I have to go b/c it's time for class.

Beamer
(noun) If someone refers to a Beamer, they are using the short name for a BMW. Why would you give your sixteen-year-old a brand new Beamer?
bear
(noun)

A bear is a large, husky male with a lot of body hair. In some circles, this is used exclusively on gay men. He is called a cub while he is younger. Eww, look at that bear! He totally needs to shave that carpet on his back.

[OED2]1989 Changes to publicly Accessible Mailing Lists in news.lists (Usenet newsgroup) 22 July,Mail.bears is a mailing list for gay and bisexual males who are bears themselves and for those who enjoy the company of bears.

beard
(noun)

When someone or something is referred to as a guy's beard, it is a person, action, or thing used to disguise a homosexual. “Steve can't be gay. He's got a girlfriend.” “I guess she's just his beard.”

beast
(noun)

If someone is called a beast, they are exceptionally good at something, like sports, school, or drinking; or a person who receives respect from others for their accomplishments. Patrick, you are such a beast! You beat the hell out of that guy in the bar when he insulted your mom.

See animal.
beasters
(noun)

If someone refers to beasters, they are talking about marijuana that comes from British Columbia and is of above average quality. We should call Mercer and see if he has any weed on him right now because he usually sells beasters.

Beast, The
(noun)

If someone calls Milwaukee's Best Beer "The Beast", they are being ironic because it is thought to be one of the worst beers. Adam was on a tight budget for the rest of the week, so he picked up a six-pack of The Beast.

beat
(adjective)

If you call a situation beat, you are saying it is lame. I can't believe only four people came to this party. That's so beat.

beat
(adjective)

If a bowl is beat it no longer contains marijuana that can be smoked but is full of ash because all the marijuana that was originally packed has been smoked. Why did you even pass me that bowl when it is so obviously beat? I just sucked ash into my mouth because of you!

See cashed.
beatdown
(noun)

If you give someone a beatdown, you beat them up. If I ever catch the guy who stole my wallet, I'm gonna give him a beatdown.

be easy
(verb phrase)

If someone tells you to be easy, they are telling you to chill or relax and take care. When Matt was leaving this afternoon he hollered "Be easy, I'll talk to you later."

beef
(noun)

If someone has a beef with someone, there is a disagreement or argument between two people or groups. Matt has a beef with his girlfriend because she was flirting with every guy in Flanagan's last night.

been a minute
(idiom)

When someone says that it has been a minute, they usually mean that it has been a long time since they did something or seen someone. Jeez, it's been a minute since I last saw you. What have you been up to?

beeramid
(noun)

1. When someone makes a beeramid, they stack empty beer cans in the shape of a pyramid. This is typically seen in fraternity houses. After the frat party last night, the frat brothers constructed a beeramid of over 100 cans of Bud Light.

(noun)

2. A beeramid is constructed by beer cans, with three cups on the bottom row, two in the middle row, and one at the top. While setting up the game of beer pong I asked John to stack the cups into a beeramid.

beer goggles
(noun phrase)

1. If a person is wearing beer goggles, drinking alcohol has caused them to feel attracted to someone they would not find attractive while sober. Jack must have been wearing beer goggles when he bought that ugly girl a drink.  2. If a person is wearing beer goggles, it means they are having blurred vision, a side effect of drunkenness. He missed the first few stairs because he had on beer goggles

beer me
(verb phrase)

If you ask someone to beer you something, you are asking them to give it to you. Matt, beer me that slice of pizza.

beer pong
(noun)

When you play a drinking game with teams by throwing ping-pong balls into cups of beer at the opposing end of the table, you are playing beer pong. Brad focused on the single cup remaining at the end of the table during beer pong. [OED2] 1972 N.Y. Times 23 Apr. V. 6/2 "Beer-pong is played on a regular ping-pong table with the same equipment, but with one addition—a cup of beer is included."

beer slut
(noun)

If you call a girl a beer slut, it is a mean way of saying that she flirts with guys so that they will buy drinks for her. Corina never spends a dime downtown because she is such a beer slut.

beer-thirty
(noun)

When it is beer-thirty, it is an appropriate time to consume alcohol. The term can refer to any hour of the day or night when an individual wants to have a drink. Exam's over, it's beer-thirty, so lets go grab a drink downtown.

beez in the trap
(idiom)

If someone has beez in the trap, they have everything that they need to have a good time, and then more. This usually refers to women, money, and alcohol. We got beez in the trap for the party tonight. The only thing that’s missing is the people.

Popularized by the 2012 Nicki Minaj song, Beez in the Trap.

bejeebies
(noun)

If you have scared the bejeebies out of someone, you have extremely frightened them. Oh my goodness, when you jumped out of the closet, you scared the bejeebies out of me!

[OED2] 1908 form of bejesus.

belligerent
(adjective)

If someone gets belligerent, they have become extremely drunk and uncontrollable, though not necessarily angry or aggressive. Mike said he was planning to drink a bit, but that he wouldn't get belligerent

bender
(noun)

If a person goes on a bender, they experience a period of time when they lose control and overindulge in drugs, food, sex and/or alcohol. Stephen went on a bender last night and drank a half a handle of vodka.

[OED2] 1846 Pickings from Portfolio “I was on an almighty big bender last night..and the way we did walk into the highly concentrated hard cider.” 

benjamin
(noun)

If a person refers to a benjamin, they are using another name for a hundred-dollar bill. I spent over four benjamins for my books last semester. The slang use for this developed not only clearly for the historical figure of Benjamin Franklin on its front, but also out of its popularity within the rap music world. Numerous songs featured lyrics with the term benjamins, bring about popular slang use of it.

See benjie.
benjie
(noun)

If a person refers to a benjie, they are using another name for a one hundred dollar bill. I couldn't believe it when he gave me two benjies for the ride

See bill.
betch
(noun)

If someone uses the word betch, they are using an alternative to writing "bitch"; usually used in texts or notes by girls. Allison wrote "hey betch" on my facebook wall.

BFF
(abbr. noun)

When you say someone is your BFF, you are saying that you are best friends forever. Do you know Tracy? Oh ya! She's my BFF This can be spoken aloud or used in written form.

bi
(adjective)

When someone is bi, then they are a bisexual. The dating pool is a lot bigger when you are bi.

[OED2] 1966 M. DUFFY Microcosm 194 My luck she should turn out to be bi. Don't expect it in a butch.

bible beater
(noun)

If someone is a bible beater, then they are extremely enthusiastic about evangelizing through born-again Christianity. When she handed me a pamphlet and told me I was going to hell, I knew she had turned into a bible beater.

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bible Hugger
(noun)

A bible hugger is a person that is dedicated completely to their faith, and tends to force it on other people.  They also constantly quote the bible.  Don’t invite Sharon to the party this weekend.  She is such a bible hugger.

bicurious
(adjective)

When someone is bicurious, they have always considered themselves to be straight but are now becoming sexually interested in others of the same sex. This is usually only a temporary state, as with time one decides to remain straight or to redefine oneself as bisexual. Rochelle was bicurious for only a week before she started dating her first girlfriend and decided she was for sure bisexual. (Lexis Nexis) 1995, “Are you bicurious or are you actually bi—have you ever done it with a woman?”

See heteroflexible.
biddies
(noun)

If a guy calls a group of girls biddies, he is saying that they are attractive. Check out those biddies over there, I think they’re here by themselves.

Bieber Fever
(noun)

If a girl has Bieber Fever, she has an obsession with Justin Bieber or anything remotely related to him. My little sister has succumbed to Bieber Fever, she won’t shut up about what type of shampoo he uses.

BIF
(abbreviation)

A BIF, or "butt-in-front," is the fat that bulges below the belly button, often giving the illusion of a butt on the front of the body. This is usually seen on an obese person. Did you see that BIF? It was bigger than my own ass!

See food baby.
biffle
(noun)

If someone is your biffle, they are a very good friend. I really connected with that guy in Freshman Comp, so we’re practically biffles now!

 The word comes from the abbreviation of “Best Friends For Life.” 

big
(noun)

If someone in a sorority or fraternity talks about their big, then they are talking about their big brother or sister and who has been given the responsibility of looking after them. I love my big, she always reminds me about rush events.

big girl panties
(noun phrase)

Big girl panties are the theoretical panties someone “puts on” when then need to be more mature about a situation. Sarah needs to put on her big girl panties and stop crying over Simon.

big house
(noun phrase)

If someone is going to the big house, it means they are going to jail or prison. If you don't stop smoking that weed, you'll end up in the big house.

[OED2] 1905 Everybody’s Mag “The penitentiary is known as the ‘big house.’” 

big O
(noun phrase)

If someone refers to the big O, they are talking about an orgasm. My sweet honey pie gives me the big O and I am his slave for a week. [OED2] 1968 ‘A. D'ARCANGELO’ Homosexual Handbk. 104 A little puffing may get you the big O, but a puff or two of the right stuff [sc.marijuana] will get you the big OOOOOOOO.

big pimpin'
(verb phrase)

If a guy is big pimpin', then he looks and acts in a manner that he believes will be highly attractive to women. After Joe had put on his tuxedo he felt he was ready to start big pimpin'.

The term developed popularity due to the 2000 hit rap song by Jay-Z titled “Big Pimpin'”.

bill
(noun)

A bill is another name for a one-hundred-dollar bill. I bet that stereo costs a bill or two.

biotch
(noun)

If you call someone a biotch, then you are calling them a bitch. This can be used as a friendly term of abuse. That biotch borrowed my sweater and burned a hole in it with a cigarette.

See bitch.
bitch
(noun)

1. If someone calls a girl a bitch, they do not like her or her actions. That bitch has been flirting with my boyfriend all night.  2. If a guy calls a girl his bitch, he means that she is his girlfriend. John said, "Don't worry. My bitch will clean up the apartment before the party."  3. If a thing or situation is a bitch, you mean that it is extremely unpleasant or disagreeable. That test was such a bitch.  4. A person can address their friend as "bitch." John said, "Yo, bitch, whassup?!"  5. If a girl calls her boyfriend her bitch, then he does what she tells him to do. Look at my bitch wash my car.  6. A person might call anyone displaying servant characteristics a bitch. Dr. Reiter's research assistant seems more like a research bitch, the way he has to photocopy all Dr. Reiter's class handouts.  7. Calling a friend a bitch can be a term of endearment. This usage of bitch in a friendly manner is a especially popular in the drag queen community. Bitch, I already told you, you could borrow my lipstick. You don't even have to ask.

[OED2] ?a1400 Chester Pl. (1843) 181 Whom calleste thou queine, skabde biche?

bitch
(verb)

When someone bitches, they are complaining. I had to break up with my last boyfriend because all he ever did was bitch and moan.

[OED2] 1930 Amer. Speech 5 238 He bitched about the course.

bitch and a half
(adjective phrase)

When someone says that something is a bitch and a half, they mean that it is a difficult task. That test was a bitch and a half!

bitchin'
(adjective)

If you say something is bitchin' you mean it is really cool or that you like it a lot. That Porsche is bitchin'!

[OED2] 1957 F. KOHNER Gidget i. 10 It was a bitchen day too. The sun was out and all that, even though it was near the end of November.

bitch out
(verb phrase)

If you bitch someone out, you curse and yell at them. All I did was eat some of Mandy's chips and she bitched me out!

bitch seat
(noun phrase)

If someone calls a seat the bitch seat, they are referring to the middle seat in the rear of a five seat car, which is the most uncomfortable. I hate riding in the bitch seat, but the car is always packed when we head downtown.

bitchslap
(noun)

1. When someone receives a bitchslap, they get slapped across the face with an open hand. Susie gave Joe a bitchslap when he called her a whore.  2. Two or more girls fighting can be considered a bitchslap. Hey, look out the window, there's a bitchslap between Ginny and Teresa.

bitch slap
(verb phrase)

1. If you bitch slap someone, you hit them on the cheek with an open hand. It seems like every soap opera I see on TV is just rich women bitchslapping each other around.  2. When a guy bitchslaps another guy, he has hit him in a pathetic, effeminate way, which did not cause harm. Musa, I said to tackle him, not bitchslap him.

bite me
(interjection)

When a person says “bite me,” they are dismissing someone's critical remark, and offering a way for the critic to fix the problem. “Jake, your room stinks like ass.” “Bite me.”

bites
(verb)

If you say something bites, it is boring or not entertaining. My football team is losing, and it's raining. This bites. [OED2] 1975 National Lampoon Sept. 53/1 The activities on campus really bite.

blackball
(verb)

When you blackball someone, you ruin their reputation or exclude the individual from an exclusive group. The fraternity blackballed the pledge after he got too drunk and threw up at Toppers.

blacked out
(adjective phrase)

If someone is blacked out, they are so heavily under the influence of alcohol that they will not remember their actions the next day. When I woke up with a shaved head this morning, I realized I must have been completely blacked out last night.

blackout
(noun)

When the UGA football team has a blackout, fans are encouraged to wear all black to the stadium and the players wear black jerseys to the game. I hope next weekend's game is a blackout, I found the perfect black dress to wear to tailgate.

blades
(noun)

1. When someone refers to blades, they are talking about the hubcaps on car tires. Lamont got shiny new blades for his truck.  2. If you own a pair of blades, you own in-line skates, especially of the brand name Rollerblade. Don't start skating until I tie up my blades.

blahh
(adjective)

When someone feels blahh they feel tired and sick, sometimes due to the effects of drinking too much alcohol. We stayed up until 4:00 a.m. drinking beer last night. Maybe that's why I feel blahh today.

blazed
(adjective)

 If someone is blazed, they are under the influence of marijuana. This term often indicates an extreme condition, comparable to saying that someone is hammered instead of just drunk. Last weekend James and I got together and smoked three bowls; I was blazed.

bleezey
(noun)

A bleezey is another way to refer to a blunt. Biggie Smalls was notorious for smoking fat bleezeys.

See blunt.
bless your heart
(idiom)

if someone says bless your heart to someone, they are implying sympathy for the person. This is often used in the South as a less harsh way of saying that someone is stupid or to soften the blow of an insult. You think that Chicken of the Sea is actual chicken? Oh, bless your heart.

bling
(noun)

If you have bling, you have money. Tom bought a new BMW with all the bling he's making at the law firm.

bling
(interjection)

If you say “bling,” you are giving a verbal response to something that looks flashy or expensive. “Check out the wheels on that Cadillac?” “Bling!”

bling bling
(noun)

1. If you have bling bling, you have shiny jewelry. Amy went shopping for some new bling bling at the mall.

See iced out.
bling bling
(interjection)

If you say “bling bling,” then you are indicating that you and/or an object are worth a lot of money. Casey said, "bling bling", as he pointed to his new Rolex.

blitzed
(adjective)

If someone is blitzed, it means they are either very high from a drug, or extremely inebriated. Joe was completely blitzed after his sixth shot of liquor.

blog
(noun)

If someone has a blog, they have an online journal, usually available for public viewing. After she got a ticket for doing four miles over the speed limit, Melinda angrily wrote in her blog about how much she hated cops. 

blog
(verb)

If someone is blogging, then he or she is writing in an online journal. I need to head back home and blog for a while about the surprise birthday party my friends threw last night. 

[OED2] 1999 Usenet newsgroup “Blog..to run a Web log.” 

blow
(verb)

1. If someone or something blows, then it greatly disappoints, is bad or is unacceptable. I heard that CD blows. It only has six songs, and every song is about breaking up with your girlfriend. See suck. 2. If you say a situation blows, the situation is not fun or interesting. This party blows—I thought it was supposed to have a keg, but there's not even a six-pack in this place! [OED2] 1960 R. REUSS & G. LEGMAN in J. E. Lighter Hist. Dict. Amer. Slang (1994) I. 198/2 Hell Week really blows!

See suck.
blow
(noun)

If someone is using blow, they are using the drug cocaine. They went into the bedroom to do a line of blow.

blow chunks
(verb phrase)

When someone blows chunks, the contents of their stomach are brought back up forcefully. After eating all three desserts, I think I'm going to blow chunks.

blowing dro
(verb phrase)

If someone is blowing dro, they are smoking marijuana. Somebody pass me the blunt, blowing dro is something that I need to do now!

blowin' up
(verb phrase)

1. If a place is blowin' up, it is becoming crowded or popular. The party we went to last night was blowin' up. 2. If someone is blowin' up, their cell phone is ringing, usually repeatedly. When someone was blowin' up in the movie theater, Kris yelled, Turn your damn phone off!

See blow up a phone.
blowjob
(noun)

If a girl gives a guy a blowjob, then she is performing oral sex on him. Has your man ever asked you to wake him up with a blowjob?

[OED2] 1961 A. HECHT in Hudson Rev. XIV. 371 59  And you can get a blow-job Where other men have pissed.

blown up
(verb phrase)

If someone says they are blown up, it means that they have been doing a lot of cocaine, often to the point where the user has difficulty functioning. Scott couldn’t show up today because he got blown up last night.

blow off
(verb phrase)

If you blow off something or someone, you dismiss it or them from your concern. Mary, you can't blow off Dr. Smith's final just because you'd rather go to happy hour.

[OED2] 1631 B. JONSON New Inne II. vi. sig. D2, Blow him off good Pru, they'l mar all else.

blow someone's mind
(verb phrase)

If you say something blows your mind, you mean that you like it very much. See rock and rock my face off. That concert was amazing! It blew my mind!

See rock.
blow up a phone
(verb phrase)

When someone is blowing up your phone, they are calling and/or texting you a lot in a short time period. Ever since I broke up with Ryan, he's been blowing up my phone.  

See blowin' up.
blow up a phone
(verb phrase)

When someone is blowing up your phone, they are calling and/or texting you a lot in a short time period. Ever since I broke up with Ryan, he’s been blowing up my phone.

See blowin' up.
blue balls
(noun phrase)

A guy gets blue balls if he is engaging in sexual activity with a woman but is forced to stop before he can reach orgasm. I totally got blue balls last night. We were getting pretty hot and heavy but she wouldn't go all the way. [OED2] 1916–22 H. N. CARY Sexual Vocab. II. (typescript) in J. E. Lighter Hist. Dict. Amer. Slang (1994) I. 208/2  *Blue balls, orchitis, or swelling of the testicles.

blue motherf**ker
(noun phrase)

A blue motherf**ker is a drink that is colored blue and contains a very high concentration of alcohol. No, she wasn't drugged, she just had two blue motherf**kers.

blue screen of death
(noun phrase)

If you see the blue screen of death on your computer monitor, then Windows has caused an error that turned the whole monitor screen blue. This is intended to be humorous and insulting to Microsoft. Every time I try to download that huge file, all I get is the blue screen of death. See red ring of death.

bluetooth
(noun)

If someone is a bluetooth, then they have used so much meth that it has affected their teeth. Nobody wants to date Bobby ever since he became a bluetooth

blunt
(noun)

A blunt is a cigar that is used to smoke marijuana. When rolling a blunt, tobacco is removed from the cigar and replaced with marijuana. Hey man, let's smoke. Roll a blunt so that we can get high. [OED2] 1988 Big Daddy Kane Raw Rap song in the album "The Lyrics" “I'll smoke ya up like a blunt.”

See 'rillo.
blunt guts
(noun phrase)

If someone refers to blunt guts, they are talking about tobacco that is emptied out of a cigar and replaced with marijuana. When Nick rolled a blunt last night, he spilled the blunt guts all over the floor.

BM
(noun)

If a female is called BM, she is a middle aged woman who is obese and rude to young girls. I met a BM once and I was in elementary school, she gave me a unpleasant stare and she was fat!

An abbreviation for Big Mama.

body count
(noun phrase)

If you talk about a party's body count, you are referring to the number of people still passed out on the floor the day after. When I left Tom's party at 10 am, the body count was about 8.

body shot
(noun phrase)

A body shot is when someone licks salt off someone else, takes a shot of tequila, and then sucks on the lime or lemon in the other person's mouth. I remember when Jared and Meredith first met, they were doing body shots downtown that night. 

bogart
(verb)

If someone bogarts something, then they greedily take more than their fair share. Hey, don't bogart the rest of that pizza! [OED2] 1968  Fraternity of Man "Don't Bogart Me" in www.stlyrics.com (O.E.D. Archive), Don't bogart that joint, my friend / Pass it over to me.

bomb
(noun)

In football, the bomb is a play where the quarterback throws the ball as far as he can, in hopes that his receiver will catch the ball and score a touchdown; a revised Hail Mary. With only three seconds left and down five points, the team had to throw the bomb. [OED2] 1955 B. OATES Los Angeles Rams 51 That year Bob Waterfield and Elroy Hirsch had been the long-range bombers with, for example, a ninety-one yard touchdown in Chicago.

bomb
(adjective)

When you say that someone or something is the bomb, you mean that you like that person or thing very much. Terrell is such a good dancer; he's the bomb.

bomb
(verb)

If someone bombs in a situation, they fail miserably. I was flirting really well with that guy, but I bombed when I asked him if he dated single mothers. [OED2] 1963 Amer. Speech 38 168 To fail to pass an examination: flunk.., flag, blow, bomb.

bomb dot com
(noun phrase)

Something that is very positive is considered the bomb dot com. I can't wait until my birthday! My party is going to be the bomb dot com because Soulja Boy is going to attend! 

bone
(verb)

If a guy bones a girl, then he has sex with her. Did you finally bone Lori last night?

bone
(noun)

If someone refers to a bone, they are talking about a dollar bill. Travis was throwing bones at the strippers all night at The Cheetah last Saturday. [OED2] 1896 G. ADE Artie ii. 10,  I guess I saw as much as two bones change hands

boner
(noun)

 If a guy has a boner, he has an erection. Jessica looks so hot in her dress, Greg popped a boner as soon as he saw her. [OED2] 1962 C. SIGAL Going Away 68 The little dog used to raise a boner every time it walked into a room where Rickie was present.

boo
(noun)

When you say someone is your boo, you have deep feelings for them. My boo is calling me tonight.

[OED2] 1988 Washington Post 22 Dec. D5/2 Lionel R. Harris is my boyfriend. Lewis shot my Boo and it was not self-defense.

boo boo
(noun)

If someone refers to boo boo, they are using a euphemism for poop, either of humans or other animals. Be careful, the yard is full of boo boo

boob tube
(noun)

A boob tube is a television. My parents never let me watch the boob tube when I was younger—that's why I'm so addicted to soap operas now. [OED2] 1966 Current Slang (Univ. S. Dakota) Fall 1 Let's catch the late show on the boob tube.

boochie
(adjective)

A boochie girl is a trashy girl. A blend of bitch and hoochie. Shayla was pawing my boyfriend before I got to the party. She’s a boochie girl.

book it
(verb)

When you book it, you are leaving somewhere, usually quickly. Hey man, this party blows. Let's book it.

boom
(interjection)

When a person says boom, they are stating that they have completed something or have made their point known. I finished all of my school work, boom! It is time to party.

boonies
(noun)

If someone refers to the boonies, then they are referring to an unpopulated, uncommercialized, hence uncivilized and uncultured area. Shawna says they don't get cable in the boonies. [OED2] 1954 Portsmouth Herald 3 Mar. 14/1 The jungle—everyone here [sc. Saipan] calls it the boonies—has taken over.

boosting
(verb)

1. When players are boosting, they are grouping together in an online FPS multiplayer game and killing each other in turns to increase their kill streaks. Boosting is nothing but cheating!  2. If someone is boosting, then they are stealing something. Did you know that he got caught boosting stereos? [OED2] 1915 W. HEALY Individual Delinquent xviii. 548 He was a booster himself, he had already stolen. He says ‘You come on, I know a place where we can boost.’

See jack.
boot
(noun)

If someone says that they got the boot, they were kicked out of someplace, usually their home, or a bar or club. The bouncer at that club was so strict. Just because I was wearing my cowboy hat he gave me the boot. [OED2] 1888 H. R. HAGGARD Col. Quaritch xii. 215 There'll be the money to take over the Moat Farm and give that varmint Janter the boot.

boo thang
(noun)

When someone is interested in or having sex with another, but not dating, that person is their boo thang. I’m going to visit my boo thang in Atlanta this weekend.

[OED2] 2011 Verse Simmonds Feat. Kelly Rowland "Boo Thang"

bootleg
(adjective)

When something is bootleg, it is of low quality. Your shoes are so bootleg.

booty
(noun)

1. If you say someone got some booty, you mean they had sex. This term can be used by either sex. Peter's been out all night chasing booty 2. Booty is another term for the rear end. That girl was dumb as a post, but did you get a look at that booty

[OED2] 1928; American; found especially in Black English; variant spelling boody; more than likely not from booty (1474) 'plunder, spoils' (from Old French butin); perhaps from a combination of the noun bottom 'the underside or lower part of something' (from Middle English botme, from Old English botm, from Proto West-Germanic *bom-) + the suffix -y 'diminutive noun suffix' (from Old English -ig)]. 

booty call
(noun phrase)

If someone is on a booty call, they are about to meet up with someone specifically to hook up with them. Oh-oh, Tammy's wearing her sexy black dress again. You know what that means... booty call!!!   2. A booty call is a phone call made to someone that you are sexually attracted to with the intended outcome being a hook up with that person. When the phone rang at 2:30 am, Jenna knew it was just her ex making a booty call.

booya
(interjection)

You say “booya” when you have proven your point. It means "in your face." Booya! I told you I was right!

booyakasha
(interjection)

When you say “booyakasha,” you mean that you are celebrating and possibly rubbing your victory in another's face. I just aced my final! Booyakasha!

boss
(noun)

When you call an authority figure a boss, you mean to say he is a 'sorry son-of-a-bitch' spelled backwards. That Clarke County boss tried to give me a speeding ticket last night.

boss
(adjective)

If something is boss, then it is very good. The new Bret Michaels CD is so boss.

Botan
(noun)

Botan is a shortening of the Botanical Gardens of Athens. Why don’t we just meet at the Botan?

botched
(verb)

When something is botched, it does not go according to plan and is therefore ruined. We were doing great until the middle of the song, when Pete botched the solo.

Bot Gards
(noun phrase)

Bot Gards refers to the Botanical Gardens of Athens. I'm going down to the river at the Bot Gards after school.

bo-time
(noun)

When it is bo-time, it’s time to go to Bojangles to get some food. Is anyone else hungry? I think it’s bo-time!

bottom
(noun)

A bottom is a sexually submissive gay man who is on the receiving end of anal sex. Bottoms tend to be more feminine than tops, so calling someone who thinks he's masculine a bottom may cause insult. Alex is trying to hook up Chad and Mitch, but it'll never work. They're both bottoms and need to be with tops.

See top.
boucou
(adjective)

If you have a boucou of something, you have a lot of it. I just got my paycheck cashed and I am ready to spend a boucou amount of money. 

boujee
(adjective)

A boujee person is someone who indulges in expensive materials because it makes them look and feel rich, but is not actually rich. "I refuse to shop at Walmart because everything is low in quality. I prefer Publix." "That's because you're boujee." 

bounce
(verb)

If someone says they're going to bounce, they are leaving in a hurry. If we don't leave now we'll be late for the movie. Let's bounce.

[OED2] 1851, “To come or go as unceremoniously as a tossed ball.” “The market-gardener's wife, little attended to, bounces out of the room.” 

Bourbs
(noun)

If someone refers to Bourbs, they mean the bar named Bourbon Street downtown. We stayed in Bourbs until 2:30 a.m.

'bout it
(adjective) If you are 'bout it, then you are in favor of something. Short for "I'm all about it." I'm getting a pizza. Are you 'bout it?
bowl
(noun)

A bowl is a glass pipe used for smoking marijauna. Nick needed to relax after finishing his term paper, so he packed a bowl when the last page was done printing.

box
(noun)

If someone refers to a female's box, they are talking about her crotch, specifically her genitals. I know Rick says he thinks Kate is cute, but does he have to stare at her box all the time—I mean, is sex all he ever thinks about?

box
(noun)

If someone has a box, they have a computer, usually a desktop. I only have a Macbook here; my Linux box is at home.

boy
(noun)

If you call someone your boy, then he is a good friend; short for "homeboy." Those are my boys; you'd better watch your mouth, fool.

boyfriend
(noun)

A boyfriend is a boy that a girl has no romantic attachment to, but who acts as a form of significant other for various social functions. Together they may act like a couple, but they would never really date. John and I aren't dating, but he's my boyfriend for all intents and purposes. Especially when I go to those God-awful couples parties. 

boy toy
(noun phrase)

Someone who is a boy toy is a girl's male friend or boyfriend, who is thought of as an accessory and is around her most of the time. Sarah always takes Ben with her wherever she goes. He's her boy toy[OED2] 1982  N.Y. Times 18 Oct. C15/2 They're soon joined by a wealthy local widow (Tanya Berezin) and her new ‘boy toy’ of a lover (Brian Tarantina), an aspiring tennis star.

brah
(noun)

When you call a guy brah, you are calling him your friend, buddy, or pal. Come on brah, let's go to lunch.

See bro.
brain
(noun)

If a guy gets brain, it means that he received oral sex. I got brain from that girl I met downtown last night.

See head.
brb
(verb phrase)

If someone types "brb," they mean they will "Be Right Back." It started out as an abbreviation used on the internet but has become so well known and widely used that it is sometimes heard in spoken conversation as well, pronounced "burb." Cody said he'd brb, but I think he went to use the bathroom, so he probably won't be back for a while. 

break it down
(verb phrase)

1. If you break it down for someone, you are explaining something simply. Still stuck on that WW2 timeline? Let me break it down for you. 2. If you break it down, you are dancing. Someone put on some music. It's time to break it down! See get your groove on.

break (someone's) ankles
(verb phrase)

If you break someone's ankles in basketball, you move by a person so quickly and in such a complex manner that they cannot keep up with you. I don't ever want to guard Jim again. He broke my ankles last time.

break someone's balls
(verb phrase)

If someone is breaking your balls, they are putting you through a tough situation. Why are you making me watch this horrible chick flick? You're really breaking my balls!

break the seal
(verb phrase)

When someone breaks the seal, they are urinating for the first time during a drinking session. It is a somewhat common belief among drinkers that once you pee for the first time of the night, the need to do it later becomes stronger. Oh man, I think I'm going to have to go ahead and break the seal, even though I know I'll just end up in and out of the bathroom all night.

breeder
(noun)

A breeder is what gay and lesbian people call their straight friends. “Who all will be at the party?” “The usual group with a few breeders thrown in.”

[OED2] 1979 K. JAY & A. YOUNG Gay Rep. iv. 133 There are even those gays who are militantly nonreproductive, using the hostile term ‘breeders’ to refer to child-producing heterosexuals.

brew
(noun)

If someone refers to brew, they are using another term for beer. Hey, toss me another brew.

[OED2] c1510 Ch.-Wardens' Acc. St. Dunstan's Canterb.,  For a quarton of Brew jd. ob.

brewskie
(noun)

If someone refers to a brewskie, they are talking about beer. Let's go downtown and grab a brewskie; I need one after that history exam.

[OED2] 1977 Sat. Night Live (transcript of TV programme) 29 Oct. in snltranscripts.jt.org (O.E.D. Archive), Yes, we were extremely upset to find six-packs of brewski in the children's trick-or-treat bags.

brick
(noun)

If you throw a brick, then you shoot a basketball that simply bounces off the backboard or rim without a chance of going in the basket. All my shots were bricks today. 

bring it
(interjection)

If someone says bring it, they challenge you to use everything you think you have to defend yourself. This is a shortened form of “bring it on.” You think you know more than me? Bring it!

[OED2]1980 Washington Post 16 Mar. K1/1, ‘I could save Chrysler if I had to,’ he says, his half-smile becoming a playful taunt. Bring it on, he seems to say.

bring it on
(verb phrase)

If you tell someone to bring it on, then you are telling them to swing the first punch in a fight or make the first play in a game. Don threw the basketball to Wes and told him to bring it on.

bring your a-game
(verb phrase)

When someone says "bring your A-game," they mean to give it your all. We're gonna hit every bar tonight--you better bring your A-game.

bro
(noun)

1. If a guy calls another guy his bro, he is saying that he is from the same social group or is a friend. Short for brother. Hey bro, can you hand me that pool cue? 2.(noun) If a guy is called a bro, he is a particularly fratty person. Our neighbors are such bros, all they do is play beer pong and listen to dubstep. [OED2] c1660 J. EVELYN Diary anno 1637 (1955) II. 20, I accompanyd my Eldest Bro (who then quitted Oxford) into the Country.

See neighbros.
brodak moment
(noun phrase)

If a group of two or more guys embrace each other, they are in a brodak moment. After the Dawgs beat Tech, Danny and Charlie hugged each other ever so lovingly. It was a brodak moment. 

brodate
(noun)

A brodate is when two guy friends go out and do things together. Jordan and Jeff shared 10 wings on their brodate last night.

brodeo
(noun)

If someone is at a brodeo, they are at a party or social gathering with all or mostly males. Dude, let's go downtown to find some girls; this party is a total brodeo.

brodeo
(noun)

If someone describes a party or a club as a brodeo, they mean that there are too many guys and not enough girls there. I invited all the girls I know but my party still turned into a brodeo.

See cock fest.
Broho
(noun)

When someone refers to the Broho, they are referring to the Waffle House at Five Points, near the fraternity and sorority houses. I know the other Waho is farther away, but I’m tired of going to the Broho.

bromance
(noun)

If two guys are having a bromance, then they are becoming very good friends. I introduced Jeff to Steve at the party last week and now they’re totally having a bromance; they hang out all the time. 

bronado
(noun)

When a dancing girl gets sucked into a bronado, she looks around only to realize that she has been surrounded by a group of ogling men. I'm so mad at my friends! They let me get sucked into a bronado while we were dancing!

See bro.
broposterous
(adjective)

If a guy is broposterous, he is a stereotypical fraternity member. Dude, you see that guy in the pink Polo and khakis drinking Budweiser? He is so broposterous!

bros before hoes
(idiom)

 If a guy tells another guy that he should put bros before hoes, then he is saying that he should  prioritize his friends over his female significant other. This can be offensive. Dude, you've been spending way more time with your girlfriend than with us lately. Bros before hoes! Remember?
 

See chicks before dicks.
broseph
(noun)

If a guy calls someone a broseph, he is using a term of endearment amongst close friends. Hey broseph, wanna get something to eat later on today?

See bro.
broski
(noun)

A broski is male who exhibits the characteristics of a fraternity brother or good friend. Hey broski, are we going to go chill at the house and drink some beer later? This is usually used among male friends.

brouhaha
(noun)

If someone refers to a brouhaha, they are talking about a wild party or social event. At last night's brouhaha, Tal got so wild, he lost his pants!

[OED2] 1890, from French (1552) brouhaha, which "is said to have been, in medieval theater, 'the cry of the devil disguised as clergy'"; perhaps from Hebrew barukh habba' 'blessed be the one who comes,' which is used during public occasions.

brovaltine
(noun phrase)

Brovaltine is a protein shake or preworkout drink that athletic guys use before and after the gym to bulk up. Oh great, John will be back from Ramsey soon to tells us about his new batch of brovaltine again.

See bro.
brovaltine
(noun)

If you say that someone is drinking brovaltine, then you are making fun of them, saying that they are drinking with their bros. While drinking at the bar, Randall yelled to me and my friends, 'Dude, drink yer brovaltine'.

brown bagger
(noun)

If you call a girl a brown bagger, you mean that they have an extremely unattractive face but you would have sex with them if they put a brown bag over their face. Stacy is a nice girl, but she's definitely a brown bagger when it comes to sex.

brown out
(verb)

If somebody browns out, they forget portions of their night after consuming large quantities of alcohol. Dude, I remember us ending the night on the porch, but I don’t remember Emily coming in the middle of that. I totally browned out.

brown sugar
(noun phrase)

If an African-American girl is referred to as brown sugar, then she is considered attractive. This term is like “babe” in that it can be potentially offensive to women. Everyone calls my Nigerian friend brown sugar since she loves to flaunt her figure. 

brown sugar
(noun phrase)

If someone has brown sugar, they have heroin. I've got some brown sugar at the apartment for our party later tonight.

bruh
(noun)

If someone calls you bruh, it means you are good friends, to the point of practically being brothers. What’s up, bruh?

See brah.
Brumblebee Hall
(noun)

 Brumblebee Hall is another name for the girls' dormitory Brumby Hall. I had to walk all the way to Brumblebee Hall for my study session last night.

Brumby beach
(noun) Brumby beach is the grassy area between Brumby and Russell Hall where girls who live in the high rise dorms go to get a tan and study or read.Hey Ted, let's check out the Brumby beach this afternoon and see if we can catch Laura in a bikini!
Brumby Butt
(noun)

If someone says a girl has a Brumby Butt, they are referring to the toned posteriors of those living in Brumby, resulting from the walk all the way to the top of the Baxter Street hill. I know where she lives - she definitely has a Brumby Butt!

B's
(noun)

If someone says "B's", they are using the shortest way to refer to marijuana that comes from British Columbia. Using this term usually indicates that the marijuana is of above average quality. My pot is just B's, so its nothing too impressive but it's a hell of a lot better than those shitty mids you bought from Andrew yesterday.

See beasters.
BS
(verb)

If you say you BSed something, you speak or write about something you do not know anything about but are trying to sound like you do. This term is an abbreviation of the word bullshit. I BSed that essay in political science and still got an A on the test. 

[OED2] 1912, J. Sandilands, Western Canad. Dict. & Phrase-Bk., “B.S., the initials of a very vulgar but common ejaculation, describing a story as lies and nonsense.”

B.S.
(abbreviation) When someone says "B.S.," they are using the short form for bull shit. That's B.S.! Don't give him another chance. John will never learn his lesson. This is a polite way of using the term out loud but may still be considered offensive to some.
B.T. Dubbs
(prepositional phrase)

B.T. Dubbs is the vocalized form of the texting phrase “BTW,” meaning “by the way.” B.T.Dubbs, I just gave away my last beer, so you’re going to have to go to the store for more.

B.T. Dubs
(idiom)

If someone says B.T. Dubs they mean 'by the way.' The 'w' is not pronounced in its entirety because it actually takes longer to say 'w' than to say 'Dubs. B.T. Dubs, you left your wallet at my house.

BTW
(acronym) BTW is the written or spoken form of 'by the way.' Hey Richard, I'm not going to the game on Saturday, btw.
bub
(noun)

When you drink bub, you are drinking alcohol. I’m up in the club, sipping on bub, and getting pretty drunk.

[OED2] circa 1671, “A slang word for drink, esp. strong beer”. “They..took away..their Wallets..Which brought their good Bubb.” 

bubbies
(noun)

Bubbies are breasts. My bubbies are hanging all out of this shirt. I'm okay with that.

2009, popularized by Teresa from "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" 

bubble gut
(noun phrase)

When someone has bubble gut they have diarrhea. I ate too much Mexican food last night. I’ve had bubble gut all day! 

buck
(noun)

If a girl calls you a buck, she thinks you are a young and attractive man. Check out all the bucks at the bar!

[OED2] 1752 H. FIELDING Amelia IV. X. ii.16 A large Assembly of young Fellows, whom they call Bucks.

buck
(noun)

1. A buck is another name for a one hundred dollars. These shoes cost me a buck fifty. 2. A buck is one hundred pounds. My friend Susan only weighs about a buck twenty-five.

buck
(adjective)

 If you get buck you are getting crazy and acting silly, short for buck wild. I got buck last night at karaoke. 

buck wild
(adjective)

When someone is buck wild it means that they are very excited and somewhat out of control. Tom was buck wild last night because he found out that he aced all of his final exams.

bud
(noun)

1. If someone is a bud, then he or she is a friend. This word is a shortened form of “buddy.” Tim is my bud; I would do anything for him.  2. Bud is another word for marijuana. I think I'm gonna get some bud from TJ for tonight.

[OED2] 1851 Polly Peasblossom's Wedd. 19 ‘An't you joking, bud?’ asked Polly of her boy brother.

buddha
(noun)

1. If someone uses the word buddha, they are referring to marijuana. You got any buddha I can buy? 2. A buddha is someone's stomach, especially if it is big and round. Mary Alice rubbed Mitch's tummy as she told him that she liked his buddha.

buddy
(noun)

 If you refer to someone as buddy, you are making reference to a guy, often speaker intent is mocking. It is synonymous with the pronoun “he,” but with pejorative connotations. Did you see Dr. Smith today? Buddy got a bad haircut!

buddy system
(noun phrase)

If the buddy system is being used, people are pairing off to watch out for each other and make sure they don't make fools of themselves at a party or downtown.This rarely is successful. We used the buddy system, but we both got so drunk that we ended up having a threesome with Daniel. Oops!

From 1931 Swimming & Water Safety (Boy Scouts of Amer.) (ed. 3) v. 102   With the Buddy system the victim of such an accident would be immediately missed and probably recovered in time for prompt restorative measures.

Bud Heavy
(Noun phrase) If someone calls a Bud beer a "Bud Heavy", they are using a comical way to differentiate a regular Budweiser from a Bud Light. Chuck went to the store and bought a case of Bud Heavy.
buggin'
(verb)

If someone is buggin', then they are acting in a foolish or offensive manner. You think it's ok to just sleep with my sister? You must be buggin'.

See trippin'.
buggy
(noun)

When someone says the word buggy, they are referring to a shopping cart. Go grab a buggy so we can get our groceries.

[OED2] 1894 St. Paul's 11 Aug. p. ii (advt.) Safety perambulators...Coach-panel ‘Buggy’ mail cart,..33/- to 5 guineas.

bulldyke
(noun)

If a lesbian is a bulldyke, she is a mannish lesbian identifiable by masculine dress and demeanor. The speaker's intent is derogatory. In the dim light, I thought that bulldyke over there was a hot guy. [OED2] 1964 J. RECHY City of Night 174  On the dance-floor, too, lesbians—the masculine ones, the bulldikes—dance with hugely effeminate queens.

See butch.
bullshit
(interjection)

If someone says something is bullshit, they are saying it is false. This word is considered offensive by some people. That's bullshit! The sky is not purple.

[OED2] 1928 E. E. Cummings Enormous Room “When we asked him once what he thought about the war, he replied, 'I t'ink lotta bullshit.'”

bullshit
(verb)

If someone says someone else is bullshitting them, they are saying someone else is lying to them. This word is considered offensive by some people. Stop bullshitting me. An elephant did not just walk through downtown.

See BS.
bum
(verb)

 If someone asks to bum something, they are asking to borrow it. Hey man, can I bum a cigarette? 

ADD[OED2] 1863 Unionville (Nevada) Humboldt Reg. 4 July 2/1   He offered to pay, and didn't undertake to bum a puff out.

bumblef**k
(noun)

If someone is in bumblef**k, then they are out in the middle of nowhere or they are lost. Julie, I have no idea where we are, I feel like I am out in east bumblef**k

bummed
(adjective)

If someone is bummed, then they are upset or unhappy about something. Jerry is still really bummed about Dana cheating on him. 

bummer
(noun)

If you call something a bummer, it means it is very disappointing. That chemistry midterm was a real bummer.

[OED2] 1967 J. DIDION in Sat. Evening Post 23 Sept. 26/3, I ask if he found a ride to New York. ‘I hear New York's a bummer,’ he says.

bum out
(verb phrase)

If someone is bumming out then they are doing nothing productive. When I go home this weekend, I am going to bum out on the sofa.

bump
(verb)

If someone bumps a drug, they inhale it through their nose. T.J. bumped the line of cocaine and was high in 3 minutes. He thought he was Zorro for the rest of the night.

bump and grind
(verb phrase)

If people are bumping and grinding, they dancing so that their pelvises are constantly in contact and their hips are rotating in an erotic manner. Usher has the best music to bump and grind to.

bumpin' uglies
(verb phrase)

If you are bumpin' uglies, then you are having sex. Mike was bumpin' uglies last night with that girl he met downtown. 

bun in the oven
(noun phrase)

 If a girl has a bun in the oven, then she is pregnant. Is that girl just fat or does she have a bun in the oven

[OED2] 1951 N. MONSARRAT Cruel Sea II. vi. 105,‘I bet you left a bun in the oven, both of you,’ said Bennett thickly...Lockhart explained..the reference to pregnancy.

bunk
(adjective)

If something is bunk, then it is fake. We didn't get to see the show because we bought bunk tickets from a scalper.

bunkin'
(verb)

If you are bunkin’ at someone’s place, then you are staying either for the night or for a short period of days. Jaime got kicked out of her parents' house, so she will be bunkin’ with us for a few days. 

[OED2] 1840 R. H. DANA Two Years before Mast viii, We turned in to bunk and mess with the crew forward.

burn
(interjection)

If someone says “burn” they are responding to hearing a particularly clever insult directed at another person. After Eric made fun of John's haircut, I yelled, “burn!”

See zinger.
burn
(verb)

If someone burns a CD or DVD, they are copying files or music onto a blank CD or DVD from a computer. Hey, burn me a copy of that new System of the Down CD.

[OED2] 1976 Christian Sci. Monitor 5 May 21/3 The latest variant of a recording system has been developed by John Locke. His method uses a laser to burn pits in a spinning plastic disk.

burn cruise
(noun phrase)

If someone goes for a burn cruise, then they are driving around just to smoke cannabis. I don’t have any more classes today. Want to go for a burn cruise?

burned
(adjective)

When someone says that they have been burned it means that they have been rejected or have had their heart broken by a member of the opposite sex. Rob has been burned too many times this year. He had his heart broken by three different girls!

burn out
(adjective)

When someone says that they are burnt out it means that they are extremely tired or exhausted. I am so burnt out. I haven't had any sleep for the past three nights.

business, the
(noun phrase)

If something is the business, it is very enjoyable or delicious. This Choo-Choo's yellow sauce is the business! The food wouldn't be good without it.

busk
(verb)

When someone busks, he or she is performing on the street for money. There is one homeless guy who busks in downtown Athens in front of Yoguri.

busker
(noun)

If someone is called busker, he/she performs on the street for money. There are quite a few buskers in downtown Athens.

bus ninja
(noun phrase)

If someone is called a bus ninja, they are someone who has the bus schedules memorized and is able to get places faster by continuously changing buses at stops so as to take the most direct route. I always wondered how Jake beat me to class across campus until I realized that he is a bus ninja.

bus surf
(verb phrase)

If you bus surf, you stand in the aisle of a bus and attempt to maintain your balance without any support. Dave bus surfed for two minutes until the driver slammed on the brakes. 

bust
(verb)

 If someone gets busted, that they were caught doing something illegal or something that they were not supposed to be doing. Henry got busted for underage drinking last night.

bust a move
(verb phrase)

When you bust a move, you are dancing. When the music started, Jane busted a move to liven up the party. 

bust a nut
(verb phrase)

When a man busts a nut, he achieves orgasm. Jim thought that Samantha was so hot, he almost busted a nut every time he saw her.

busted
(adjective)

If something is busted, then it is ugly. She sounded nice on the phone, but her face was busted.

busted
(interjection)

If someone yells out “busted!” then they caught someone else in a lie or doing something they shouldn't. When I tried to rig the deck in poker last night, John caught me and yelled, “Busted!”

busted titties
(noun)

When a woman has busted titties, her breasts are seen as uneven and unattractive. “Did you get to see them?” “Yeah, but she had busted titties, not worth it.

busted up
(adjective)

When something or someone is busted up, it is in poor condition or got broken, particularly for someone after a fight. When Todd fought with Joel, he really got busted up.

bust out
(verb phrase)

When you bust out something, you produce or do it quickly. Jeremy couldn't talk for long because he had only an hour to bust out about a week of calculus homework.

bust (someone's) balls
(verb phrase)

If you bust someone's balls, you are chastising them. My boss is always busting my balls for being late.

butch
(adjective)

1. If you describe a girl as butch, you mean that she is more masculine than feminine. Katie is butch because she dresses like a boy and has really short hair. 2. If a guy is butch, then he is very masculine. Kristi always liked butch guys. 3. If you describe an action as butch, you mean that it is negative in some way. Cheating is so butch

[OED2] 1 and 2. 1902; American; origin unknown; perhaps related to noun butch (1919), a colloquial abbreviation for butcher, since in the U.S. the noun butch is "also applied to a type of short haircut, crew-cut"

butchy
(adjective)

If someone is described as butchy, then they are trying to be very masculine. Her friends always thought she was butchy, but Sarah just liked to play golf and work on cars.

butt buddy
(noun phrase)

1. If two guys are butt buddies, then they are friends who are having casual sex without a relationship. Butt buddies are people who like to have intimate fun without the hassle of a commitment. 2. When you call two people butt buddies, they are inseparable friends. Jimmy and Steven watch the game together every Sunday because they are butt buddies.

butt-dial
(verb)

If you butt-dial someone, then you call them accidentally while your cell phone is in your pocket or purse. After dancing at the Loft, I checkd my phone and I accidentally butt-dialed my cousin eight times

butterface
(noun)

If you call a girl a butterface, you mean that she has a great body and that everything about her looks good but her face. This term is highly offensive. “Erica has a great body, but her face...?” “Yeah, a typical butterface, but I'd hit it from behind.”

(Lexis Nexis) 2006: Arthur McConnell, from Port Glasgow, says his mate is known as The Retired Teacher (because he has no class) and Hugh O'Donnell recalls a girl known as Butterface - a bird with a great body...

buzz
(noun)

1. A buzz is the feeling that you get after drinking alcohol or using drugs. I felt a buzz coming on after doing shooters at Boar's Head. 2. Buzz is the current gossip. Did you hear all the buzz on campus about the boys' basketball coach?

buzzkill
(noun)

If a person or a thing is a buzzkill, they bring down the mood severely in a social setting, ruining your enjoyment of an activity. Man, Dan was such a buzzkill last night with his lame stories and terrible humor.

caca
(adjective)

Refers to something that is worthless; dumb; know nothing. You think the Oakland Raiders are actually a good team? That's caca.

cake
(adjective)

If a problem or situation is cake, then it is easy to solve. Short for “cakewalk” or “easy as cake.” Playing against Vandy is always cake

cake'n
(verb)

When you are talking on the phone in a loving way to your significant other, you are said to be cake’n. Where’d Allie go? Oh, she’s been cake’n for 30 minutes.

call (someone) out
(verb phrase)

If someone calls you out on something, then they either found out you are lying or want you to explain yourself. Mark called you out on that bar fight story from last week.

camel toe
(noun)

A girl has a camel toe when her pants are so tight that they reveal the outline of her genitalia, resembling a camel's foot. Cindy's sexy pants might be a little tight; her camel toe is pretty scary.

(Lexis Nexis) 1994 USA in "The Waters Cool/In the pink as the world turns wacko," review of John Waters's film Serial Mom by Susan Wloszczyna, LIFE section, p. 1D.

camo
(adjective)

 Camo is the brown and green pattern that mimics the colors of the woods, short for “camouflage.” Generally, camo clothes are worn by soldiers, hunters, and rednecks. Why are the fraternity guys wearing camo hats? I thought hunting season didn't start till next month.

camp
(verb)

If somebody is camping, they are hanging out in one particular place without doing anything. This phenomenon is a source of great agitation in online gaming. I hate playing Call of Duty against James, all he does is camp.

camwhore
(noun)

If a girl is a camwhore, she takes a lot of pictures of her friends and most especially, of herself. Did you see that Megan added 10 new pictures on myspace? She is such a camwhore.

Canadian
(noun) If you call someone a Canadian, you mean to say that they are black, but do not want them to know that you are talking about them. Often used in the restaurant industry, this term should be used with extreme caution, for it is very offensive. 'Hey Tyler, you have table 45. Don't expect a large tip. They are Canadians'!
Canadian tuxedo
(noun) A Canadian tuxedo is a pair of jeans worn with a button-down denim shirt and a denim jacket. What's with the Canadian tuxedo? Are you wearing anything that's NOT made of denim? This term could be offensive to people from Canada.
cancer break
(noun)

If someone takes a cancer break, they are smoking a cigarette. Dustin took a five-minute cancer break at work.

cancer stick
(noun)

 When someone smokes a cancer stick, they are smoking a cigarette. This term is used sarcastically and is often used by a non-smoker when talking to a smoker. This term is not offensive in its usage, but it could be cause for annoyance to a smoker. Look at that guy puffing on his cigarette. I bet he knows that smoking that cancer stick will kill him, but he doesn't seem to care. 

 

[OED2] 1958 J. Davis College Vocab. “Cancer stick, cigarette.”

candy Flip
(verb)

When someone is candy flipping they are under the influence of acid and some form of ecstasy. I only go to shows if I am candy flipping during them.

cannon
(noun)

If you say someone has a cannon, you mean they have a great throwing arm. Did you see the pass to the 20 yard line in the third quarter? That guy has a cannon!

canoflage
(noun)

Canoflage is anything used to hide the fact that you are drinking. This usually involves transferring the drink from its original container to a plain cup. We can’t walk around campus with beer cans in our hands so we had to make sure to bring our canoflage.

caps lock voice
(noun phrase)

A caps lock voice is a raised voice with an authoritative tone used by people to assert the seriousness of a particular matter. It is essentially an equivalent to using the caps lock key on a keyboard in vocal form. Since my roommates weren’t doing the chores around the house, I had to use my caps lock voice to get them to do the work. 

carcolepsy
(noun)

Carcolepsy is when passengers of a vehicle immediately fall asleep when the vehicle starts moving. I think Carol has carcolepsy because she falls asleep every time we drive down to Atlanta.

carcolepsy
(noun)

Carcolepsy is when passengers of a vehicle immediately fall asleep when the vehicle starts moving. I think Carol has carcolepsy because she falls asleep every time we drive down to Atlanta.

carpet muncher
(noun)

If you call a girl a carpet muncher, you mean that she is a lesbian. This can be considered offensive. Do you think those two girls holding hands are carpet munchers?

carry
(verb)

If someone carries, it means they possess a weapon, usually a gun. Are you carrying tonight?

See holding.
cash
(verb)

If you cash a bowl, bong, or pipe, you finish smoking all the marijuana in it. Don't cash that bong, Dave. Pass it around. 

cash and prizes
(noun phrase)

A man's cash and prizes refers to his penis and testicles. Bobby called Melanie a whore so she kicked him straight in the cash and prizes

cashed
(adjective)

If a bowl of marijuana is cashed, there is only ash left in the bowl and no more smokeable weed. This bowl is cashed, man. You’re not gonna get anything but ash.

cat
(noun)

A cat is a vagina. All Kevin talks about is his girlfriend’s tight cat

catch hell
(verb phrase)

If someone catches hell from someone else, then that person made fun of or reprimanded them. If I break my date for Saturday, I am sure I will catch hell for the rest of the week.

catch some z's
(verb phrase)

If you catch some z's, you take a nap. I need to catch some z's after studying all night for that organic chemistry test. 

catch you later
(verb phrase)

If someone says they will catch you later, then they are saying goodbye and they will see you later. I need to get to class, but I will catch you later.

caught up
(adjective phrase)

When you are caught up with someone, you are so involved with them that you are oblivious to reality. She had me so caught up I didn't realize I had spent $500 on gifts for her.

C.C.R.C.
(abbreviation) C.C.R.C. stands for New Complex Carbohydrate Research Center, which is located at 315 Riverbend Road. Have you been to the new C.C.R.C. building? It's so beautiful and their bathrooms are the best.
central
(noun)

Central” follows a noun and is used to denote the extreme or superlative form of something. Boar's Head is fraternity central, so don't go in without your Northface.

[OED2] 1985 R. L. SIMON Calif. Roll iii 28 The fourth floor itself was known as Nerd Central around the company.

cereal
(adjective)

When you say cereal you are jokingly saying serious. I’m cereal, I didn’t take your Hello Kitty pajamas.

cha-cha
(noun)

A cha-cha is another word for a vagina. Alexis is so funny! She is always talking about her cha-cha as if it were an actual person.

chalk (it) up
(verb phrase)

When you chalk it up to someone or something, you assign the reason for something happening, usually negative. Everyone with the flu can chalk the illness up to that kid who kept sneezing on people.

[OED2] 1939   N. MONSARRAT This is Schoolroom II. vii. 176   One of those nights when everything is so in tune..that one chalks it up, to have something to aim at in the future.

chanel
(noun)

Chanel is cocaine. Do you want to do a line of chanel before we go to the club?

chap my ass
(verb phrase)

If someone chaps your ass, they are irritating you. That critical comment about my Mom really chapped my ass.

charity line
(noun phrase)

A charity line is the free throw line in basketball. The Hawks made so many points from the charity line last night.

[OED2] 1923 Chron.-Telegram Locke “was in equally good form making 5 out of 7 trys from the charity line.”

chaser
(noun)

If someone orders a chaser, they order a drink to follow a shot. I used to not need a chaser for vodka, but now I always have to have some Sprite.

From 1897 Daily News 30 Aug. 2/1 Everything was 50 cents. a drink, no mixed drinks, and no water for a chaser.

chauncey
(noun)

If a guy calls another guy a chauncey, they are saying that that person is being lame or being a jerk. Note: used almost exclusively by men. Andrew called Dave a chauncey after Dave said that he wouldn't go out because he had to study. 

Cheapstone
(noun) If you call a beer 'Cheapstone,' the beer is Keystone Light. This is derived from its low price. Nick didn't have a lot of money so he went to the gas station to pick up a six pack of Cheapstone.
check this out
(verb phrase)

If someone says "check this out," they are trying to get your attention, and they want you to listen to what they are saying or look at something. Hey check this out: the newspaper says Flanagan's is going to have Free Beer Fridays. See scope this out.

check yourself
(verb phrase)

If someone says "check yourself" they are telling that someone to come back to a right or calm state of mind. This term is said to a person who is thinking irrationally and is about to encounter a situation they cannot handle. Jack was about to get in a fight with the owner of the bar when one of his friends told him to check himself before he ends up in jail.

cheese
(noun)

Cheese is another term for money or material wealth. I need some cheese to buy that car. 

cheesin'
(verb)

If someone is cheesin', then they are displaying a very large smile. Kim was totally cheesin' earlier today. I saw her smile from like half a mile away.

cherried
(adjective)

If someone is smoking marijuana and you can hit the bowl without having to light it again, it is considered cherried.“No need for the lighter… this bowl is still cherried!”

cherry
(noun)

If someone is said to still have their cherry, then they still have their virginity. This term usually refers to girls, but can be used to describe the virginity of both genders. It's a wonder that Sarah still has her cherry; I didn't think Allan could wait that long to have sex. [OED2] 1889 A. Barrère & C. G. Leland Dict. Slang I. 241/1 “Cherry (thieves), a young girl.”

chest piece
(noun phrase)

If someone is described as having a chest piece, then they have a large tattoo covering all or most of their chest, usually centered. I went to the tattoo shop today to see about getting a tattoo and the guy working there had an awesome chest piece.

chica
(noun)

If you call a girl a chica, you mean that she is sexy. Wow, check out the chica in the sexy dress.

chick
(noun)

A chick is another name for a girl. Hey, look at that hot chick over there!

[OED2] S. Lexis Elmer Gantry, “He didn't want to marry this brainless little fluffy chick.”

chicken
(noun)

A chicken is a kilogram of cocaine. Corey must really love cocaine, he bought a chicken just for himself tonight.

chick flick
(noun phrase)

A chick flick is a movie more often preferred by girls, such as a romantic comedy or love drama. My girlfriend made me see the chick flick "Kate and Leopold" this weekend.

[OED2] 1988 Record Films like Russ Meyers' ‘Beyond the Valley of the Dolls’ (1970) and ‘Corman's ‘Black Mama, White Mama’ (1972), another chick-flick set in a slammer in the Philippines. 

chicks before dicks
(idiom)

If a girl tells another girl “chicks before dicks,” then she is saying she should prioritize her friends before the guy she is dating. You’re with him all the time now, what happened to chicks before dicks?

See bros before hoes.
chief
(verb)

If someone chiefs, they smoke either tobacco or marijuana. I'll ask him if he's got a light; he looks like he chiefs.

child
(verb)

If you call someone child, you mean they have said something foolish or silly. A friendly term of abuse. Child, there is no way we can't fit eight people in that Civic. [OED2] 1600 Shakespeare Midsummer Night's Dream iii. ii. 410  “Come recreant, come thou childe, Ile whippe thee with a rodde.”

chill
(verb)

When you say chill, you tell someone to back off or calm down. Chill out is a common collocation, but chill can stand alone. 'I'm not on anyone's side so just chill'.

chill
(verb)

If someone is chilling, they are relaxing, usually after a period of intense work or stress. After finals, Dave chilled at the beach for two weeks.

[OED2] 1979 S. Robinson et al. Rapper's Delight (song) in L. A. Stanley Rap: The Lyrics (1992) 325 “There's a time to laugh, a time to cry...A time to break and a time to chill.”

chillax
(verb)

If someone is chillaxin', then he or she is acting in a very laid back and calm manner, either alone or with friends. Nah, I'm not gonna do anything today. I just wanna chillax at my house and watch some TV.

This expression comes from a blend of chill and relax. From 2001.

chill pill
(noun phrase)

If someone recommends you take a chill pill, they want you to calm down. Stop being so paranoid and take a chill pill. [OED2] 1981 in Western Folklore (1985) 44 8 “The terms ‘take a chill pill’..., and ‘cool out’...are drug-related.”

chin music
(noun phrase)

If a pitcher plays chin music, it means they throw intentionally at a batter, not to hit them, but barely missing their head, to make the batter reconsider their distance from the plate. Joe pitched Bill a little chin music to get Bill to step back from the plate. 

chinstrap
(Noun phrase)

A chinstrap beard is a thin strip of facial hair running down the jaw-line. Jim decided to try out the chinstrap look for a while.

chocoholic
(noun)

If someone is a chocoholic, then they eat chocolate so frequently that it is comparable to an addiction. There goes Carla with another candy bar; she's such a chocoholic.

[OED2] 1972 Washington Post, “My dog is a chocoholic. He loves chocolate in any form.”

chocolate chaser
(noun)

A chocolate chaser is a person who is not African-American who exclusively or nearly exclusively seeks romantic partnerships or sexual liaisons with African-American people.  Everyone knows Melissa is a chocolate chaser when it comes to romance.

chocolate starfish
(noun phrase)

If someone mentions a chocolate starfish, then they are referring to the anus. I don’t eat hot peppers out respect for my chocolate starfish.

choice
(adjective)

If you say that something is choice, you mean that it is attractive or of high quality. This word is usually used to describe objects, not people. Check out that Acura, what a choice car. [OED2] 1340–70 Alex. & Dind. 727   “Him a chalis ful chois wiþ good chere bringen.”

choke the chicken
(verb phrase)

 If someone is choking the chicken, they are masturbating. Gary loves to choke the chicken.

See whack off.
chops
(noun)

If someone has chops, then they have sideburns. This term is offensive when used to speak about women. Steve has some awesome chops. They're shaped like lightning bolts!

chow down
(verb phrase)

If you chow down, you eat a large amount in a short time. John chows down on his family's home cooking whenever he gets a chance to escape ramen noodles. 

christina
(noun)

If someone says christina they are referring to cocaine. Is christina at your place?

chubby
(noun)

If a guy has a chubby, his penis is somewhat hard but he does not have a full erection. I can't stand up right now because I have a chubby and I don't want her to see it!

chubby chaser
(noun phrase)

If someone is a chubby chaser, they are always dating chubby men or women. Kim is such a chubby chaser. Did you see how fat her new boyfriend is?

chug
(verb)

When you chug a drink, you drink it very quickly in large gulps. There was a contest at the party to see who could chug a beer the fastest.

cig
(noun)

Cig is short for cigarette. Do you want to go outside and smoke a cig? [OED2] a1889 Broadside (Barrère & Leland), “Dancing the jig, Every fellow with a cig, And a cig of confounded bad tobacco.”

circle of death
(noun phrase)

If people are playing circle of death, they are playing a drinking game that involves a deck of cards, in which each card tells you who drinks and how much they drink. I think we should play circle of death at the party tonight.

classic
(adjective)

When you say something is classic, it means someone said or did something that will go down in history or always be remembered. Remember when Jane saw Ryan getting some other girl's phone number and punched him in the face? That was classic

classy
(adjective)

Used sarcastically, the term classy is used to describe a person or action that goes against the standard rules of social etiquette. “I think I'm going to drink wine out of this sippy cup.” “Way to keep it classy.”

clean up well
(verb phrase)

If someone cleans up well, they can easily improve their rugged or grungy appearance with finer clothes and good hygiene. Have you seen Jenny's punk boyfriend? He sure cleans up well for his job at the law firm. 

cleat-chaser
(noun)

A cleat-chaser is a promiscuous girl who strictly dates and has sex with athletes, particularly football and baseball players. Sarah is a real cleat-chaser. She's slept with practically the whole offensive line.

clicker
(noun)

A clicker is a remote control. Control of the clicker is important for people who like to watch certain shows on TV.

[OED2] 1974 World “It won't be quite so easy to move your television set around the house and your remote control clicker may not work.”  

clock
(verb)

If someone says that they are going to clock someone, it means that they are going to hit or punch them. This term is often used when describing a physical incident. The speaker's voice is often filled with exhilaration, excitement, and sometimes anger when using this term. John clocked Patrick in the face because John was pissed off at Patrick for sleeping with his girlfriend. [OED2] 1941 S. J. Baker Pop. Dict. Austral. Slang 18 “To clock, to strike with the fist.”

See lay out.
closed-eye brah pic
(noun)

A closed-eye brah pic is a picture of a group of male friends in which all members close their eyes. Hey bros, let's get together for a closed-eye brah pic. This term comes from an exaggerated mocking of accidental blinking in photos.

close the deal
(verb phrase)

If a guy asks his friend if he closed the deal, then he is asking if his friend finally had sex with a particular girl. I wonder if Ryan will close the deal with that girl he took to the football game.

See seal the deal.
clown
(noun)

A clown is an unworthy, inferior guy that women should not pursue. I don't know when Julie will stop chasing after these clowns that don't treat her right or do her any good. 

clusterf**k
(noun)

If you call a group of people a cluster f**k, you disaprove of the way that they are standing in an obvious location for no apparent reason, usually in the way of other people. Park Hall is one big clusterf**k at twelve noon.  (verb) If a group of people is clusterf**king a place, they are standing in the way of others in a passageway. Why do those girls clusterf**k the middle of the hall like that? I can't get to my class!

clusterf**ked
(adjective)

If a situation is clusterf**ked, then it is very messed up or bad and its participants are potentially in trouble. When his fiancée found out about him and Leah, he knew he was clusterf**ked.

See f**ked.
clutch
(adjective)

1. If someone can hit a clutch shot, then they know how to excel under high pressure. Frank hit a clutch three-pointer in the last seconds to win the state championship.  2. If something is clutch, it is cool. Tony just restored an old hot rod! It is so clutch

clutch oven
(noun phrase)

If someone performs a clutch oven, they are passing intestinal gas in a car full of people while cranking up the heater for maximum effectiveness. A pun on “Dutch oven”. Mike farted while he was driving us downtown, trapping us in his clutch oven.

c-note
(noun)

A c-note is a $100 bill, or some amount equaling $100. Yeah, that new Seiko cost me three c-notes.

cock
(noun)

When someone uses the word cock, they are referring to a penis. Samantha told Jim that he spent way too much time talking about his cock.

[OED2] 1618 N. Field Amends for Ladies i. i. sig. B4, “Oh man what art thou? when thy cock is vp?”

cock block
(verb phrase)

If a guy is cock blocked, he is prevented from having sex or engaging in sexual activities. Cock blocking can be either intentional or unintentional. I hate hanging out with my sister; she always cock blocks me. [OED2] 1972 E. A. FOLB Compar. Study Urban Black Argot Mar. 135 *Cock block, to interfere with a male's attempt to ‘win over’ a female.

See twat swat.
cock brush
(verb phrase)

If a man cock brushes a woman, he rubs his penis up against her in a nonchalant method. I always thought Ed was a sleazeball, but the other night he walked by and cock brushed my little sister, so I kicked him in the knee.

cock fest
(noun phrase)

A cock fest is a party with lots of guys and very few girls. I was bored at the cock fest. They talked about the Superbowl the whole night.

See brodeo.
cocktail mouth
(noun)

When someone gets cocktail mouth they say things after they start drinking that they normally do not say. I cannot believe that Jamie just told Mike she liked him...Yeah, whenever she goes out she gets some serious cocktail mouth.

cogsci
(noun)

If you major in cogsci, then you are majoring in cognitive science. My major's in the Artificial Intelligence department. Cogsci is pretty cool.

cold
(adjective)

If something is called cold, it is hurtful or not nice. This term is used in a disapproving manner. Chuck's comment about Steve's mom was cold. [OED2] c1175 Lamb. Hom. 95  “Heortan, þet calde weren þurh ilefleaste.”

come at me, bro
(idiom)

When someone says, “come at me, bro,” they are outwardly challenging an opponent. This is usually done between two guys. Carl started yelling at Tom about how Tom was always hitting on the women he liked. That’s when Tom yelled back, “come at me, bro!”

come down
(verb)

When someone comes down it means the drugs that they previously took are starting to wear off and they are no longer high. Judy is coming down from her high right now.

come heavy
(verb phrase)

If someone comes heavy, they are carrying a gun. I had to escort some thug out of the party because he came heavy.

See carry.
commando, go
(verb phrase)

If someone says they are going commando, it means that they are not wearing any underwear. Jackie was going commando the other day and tripped on her skirt outside Bolton. I'm sure everyone got a good view of her butt crack when that happened! [OED2] 1974 Current U.N.C. Slang (Univ. N. Carolina, Chapel Hill) (typescript) Spring, “Go commando, to be without underwear.” 

See free ballin'.
compsci
(noun)

If you are majoring in compsci, then your major is computer science. Maybe Jan can fix OASIS by writing a new program for the school: she is in compsci after all.

con
(noun)

If you are going to a con, then you are going to a convention or a conference, usually the former. Dude! You have to come to Dragon*Con this week! This con 'as got writing, art, anime, gaming, sci-fi, fantasy, comics, costuming, space science, online media, independent film, and more...well, that's what Wikipedia said anyway...

[OED2] 1940 Astonishing Stories Oct. 108/2  “‘Chicon’:Fan argot for ‘Chicago Science Fiction Convention of 1940’.”

confessional
(noun)

A person's confessional is the part of a reality TV show in which the contestants are interviewed privately on camera so that they can share their thoughts and feelings about other contestants on the show. Last night Missy said in her confessional that she doesn't like Kristy.

connection
(noun)

If you have a connection, you know someone who provides you with something that you want or something difficult to get, like drugs, alcohol, or entry into nightclubs. James has a connection at Paradox. His brother is a bouncer there. [OED2] 1934 Detective Fiction Weekly 21 Apr. 113/2 “The person from whom the addict buys his stuff is called a connection.”

controller thrower
(noun phrase)

A controller thrower is a video game that is so frustrating and difficult to play that it will make one lose their temper and ultimately throw their controller. There’s a hole in the wall because Billy was a playing a controller thrower

coochie
(noun)

The coochie is a girl's genitalia. I'm lookin' to get some coochie tonight at the club.

[OED2] 1986 J. Friedman Tales Times Square 68 “They can..get busted for touching their tits or opening their legs. ‘As long as you don't show too much coochie.’”

coochie cutters
(noun phrase)

If a girl is wearing coochie cutters, she is wearing shorts that are short enough for her butt cheeks to hang out the bottom. Gross! That girl does not need to be wearing coochie cutters with a cellulite butt like that.

cool
(adjective)

1. When something or someone is cool, it or they are extremely nice, great, exciting, or interesting. I love your mom for letting us have your beach house for the entire weekend. She's so cool!   2. When you tell someone to be cool, you urge them to be calm. Hey, be cool! There's no need to panic!  3. When you say something's cool, you mean it's okay and acceptable. If you want to take my car for the weekend, that's cool with me. [OED2] (third sense) 1951   J. Kerouac On The Road: Orig. Scroll (2007) 189  “He [sc. the marijuana dealer] was absurdly cautious. ‘Got to look out for myself, things ain't cool this past week.’”

See kosher.
cool beans
(interjection)

If you say cool beans, you are excited, or you like the response you received. “Suzy said she's coming to the party tonight.” “Cool beans!”

cool cat
(noun phrase)

A cool cat is someone who is likeable and sociable. James was a cool cat; we always had fun hanging out with one another.

cool it
(verb phrase)

When you tell someone to cool it, you want them to calm down or stop overreacting. Cool it, will ya? Or you'll pop a vessel! [OED2] 1952 H. Ellson Golden Spike ii.14 “No, let's cool it for a while.”

cool story bro
(idiom)

When somebody replies "cool story bro", they have heard something unbelievable or incredibly mundane.“I took my dog for a walk yesterday.” “Cool story bro.”

coon's age
(noun)

A coon's age is long period of time. It sure was good to see Matt again, I haven't seen him in a coon's age. [OED2] 1844 W. T. Thompson Major Jones' Courtship (ed. 2) 145 “The way she's mad at cousin Pete won't wear off in a coon's age.”

cooter
(noun)

Cooter is another word for vagina. Britney's skirts are so short you can almost see her cooter.

cop a feel
(verb phrase)

If someone cops a feel, they receive sexual pleasure from touching another person's body part that is not touched in a public environment. The victim is usually caught off-guard by this action. In most instances it is guys who are copping a feel off girls. When that guy walked by me on his way to the bar, he copped a feel off of my ass.

[OED2] 1935 A. J. Pollock Underworld Speaks 25/2 “Cop a feel, a presumptuous man, who will not let his hands behave when with an attractive girl.”

cop out
(null)

When someone says that someone else copped out on them, it means that that person cancelled plans on them, i.e. sold them out. Man, I can't believe that Jenn copped out on me tonight. She knew I wanted her to go to the concert with me, but she cancelled and went out with her boyfriend instead.

[OED2] 1942; American; chiefly North American; "gained nationwide currency 1965-69"; originally from cop ('to capture, catch') an out; cop from perhaps a pronunciation variant of cap (North British dialect) 'to arrest' (from Old French caper, from Latin capere 'to seize'); perhaps cop (1704) from Dutch kapen 'to steal', from Frisian kapia 'to take away'; "now of general diffusion in the slang of schoolboys, criminals, policemen, etc"

corner
(verb)

If someone tells you to corner a bowl while smoking marijuana, they are asking you to light just a small portion of the weed so as not to burn it all at once. Corner that shit. This is the last of my bud!

cosplay
(noun)

If your hobby is cosplay, then you enjoy dressing up as a character, specific or generic, usually attempting to adopt the persona of the character as well as the garb. Cosplay is a popular pastime and event at many anime conventions and renaissance fairs, but not limited to these events. I love cosplay! Every year I dress up as Batman one day and walk around campus in character!

cosplay
(noun)

When you engage in cosplay, you are dressing up as a fictional character to attend a social event, usually entertainment conventions. The cosplay at this year’s ComicCon was amazing!

(Lexis Nexis) 2001, blend of cos[tume] and play, “Cosplay is a term for costume play in which fans dress up as their favorite […] characters.”

cougar
(noun)

A cougar is a mature woman who prefers much younger men as partners. Depending on the context, it may or may not be condescending. Demi Moore is a cougar. She's married to Ashton Kutcher, who's fifteen years younger than she is.

courtesy rinse
(noun)

When somebody performs a courtesy rinse, it mean they have only run water over their hands after, not washing them properly, after using the restroom. John! Can you at least give us a courtesy rinse before digging into the pizza. Derived from courtesy flush.

cozy
(verb)

If two people cozy together, they are sitting close in a warm, loving manner. My boyfriend and I cozied on the couch while we watched the video.

crack
(noun)

Crack is a man-made drug either smoked or sniffed through the nose; it is highly addictive. I knew there was something wrong with my TA, but I didn't think he was smoking crack. [OED2] 1985 San Francisco Chron. 6 Dec. 3/4 “The cocaine freebase, the purest and most dangerous form of coke, goes by a number of street names—crack, rock, pasta, basa...”

crackalackin'
(verb)

When someone says "What's crackalackin," they are asking what's going on. This is another way to say "How's it going" or "What's up." I can't believe my grandma asked me what was crackalackin' when I saw her last weekend.

crackberry
(noun)

When you call a Blackberry phone a crackberry, you are referring to it in a derogatory manner. My crackberry is always dropping my calls.

Crackdonald's
(noun) When you say Crackdonald's you are referring to the fast-food restaurant McDonald's in a seemingly addictive manner. It is a blending of the word for the illegal drug crack and the fast-food chain McDonald's. It's crazy, I just had Crackdonald's for dinner last night and I'm already craving it again today.
cracked out
(adjective phrase)

If someone is cracked out, it means they are scatter-brained and fatigued. I am really cracked out since I stayed up all night studying.

cracker
(noun)

If someone calls someone else a cracker, they mean that they are a low-class white person. You went to the store without shoes on? You are such a cracker.

[OED2] 1766 G.Cochrane Let. 27 June (D.A.), “Crackers; a name they have got from being great boasters; they are a lawless set of rascalls on the frontiers of Virginia, Maryland, the Carolinas and Georgia...”

crack head
(noun phrase)

If you call someone a crack head, you mean they are behaving absurdly or in an unconventional way as if they are a crack addict. This is not seriously used to imply that someone has an addiction in most cases. My roommate mooned me today - what a crack head! [OED2] 1986 Time 2 June 17/1 A recent survey..indicates that..more than half the nation's so-called crackheads are black.

crack (someone's) shit up
(verb phrase)

If someone or something cracks your shit up, then it is funny and makes you laugh hysterically. Gaby really cracks my shit up when she makes that demon-baby face.

Cracworth
(noun) If someone refers to Cracworth, they are negatively referring to Acworth, GA as a drug oriented city. When Roger came to visit her home town, Vanessa took him on a tour of Cracworth. A blend of Crack and Acworth.
crank
(verb)

If you crank a car, you are starting it up. Luke cranked the General Lee and headed towards Cooter's garage.

crank one out
(verb phrase)

If someone cranks one out, it means they are masturbating. John cranks one out at least once a day.

See choking the chicken.
crank up
(verb phrase)

If you crank up something, you turn the volume up really loud. Peter likes to roll down the windows, crank up the radio, and drive through the neighborhood.

crapper
(noun)

Crapper is another term for a toilet or bathroom. I gotta take a dump. You guys got a crapper in here?

crash
(verb)

1. If you are going to crash, you are planning to rest after a period of intense work or partying. Sara is going to crash at home after turning in her term paper.  2. If your computer crashes, it freezes up or malfunctions to the point of shut down. Anna kicked herself for not saving all 1200 lexicography entries onto a disk before her computer crashed. [OED2] 1973 Sci. Amer. Apr. 43/3 “A computer can ‘crash’, or fail, for any number of reasons.”

Craxby's
(noun) When you say Craxby's you are referring to the fast-food restaurant chain Zaxby's. In this sense you mean Zaxby's is addictive like the illegal drug crack, hence the blend of the two words to create Craxby's. David asked me if I wanted to go eat Craxby's with him after class.
cray
(adjective)

When something is cray, it means that it is crazy or unbelievable. Becky was so drunk last night that she went home with her ex. That shit cray.

Popularized by the September 13, 2011 Kanye West Song, Niggas in Paris.

cray-cray
(adjective)

If someone is cray-cray, then they have gone completely insane or are behaving strangely. It is short for "crazy." That girl on the dance floor is going cray-cray all by herself. 

cream oneself
(verb phrase)

If someone creams themself, they have gotten extremely excited about something. I know that car is really fast, but don't cream yourself.

creep
(verb)

1. If someone is creeping, then they are having a physical relationship secretly outside of the monogamous one they are supposed to be in. Last night I saw Jake kiss Lisa. I think he's creeping on you.  2. When a person is creepin', they are approaching someone to be flirtatious with them. Jeff was creepin' over to Donna to get her telephone number. 

creeper
(noun)

If someone is a creeper, they are an extremely shady and odd person who hangs around a group of people. Did you see that old man hanging around Shelley and her friends? He was such a creeper!

Cres-hell
(noun)

Cres-hell refers to the residence hall Creswell and its less-than-perfect living conditions. I live in the worst dorm on campus, Cres-hell.

See da' Well.
crew
(noun)

A crew is a group of friends. After class I'm going out with my crew.

[OED2] 1979 S. Robinson et al. Rapper's Delight (song) in L. A. Stanley Rap: the Lyrics (1992) 323 “...let me tell ya somethin', we're a helluva crew.”

crib
(noun)

A crib is a place of residence. We're having a house party, so come over to my crib tonight!

crig
(noun)

A crig is a cheap cigarette. Hey man, do you have a crig I could bum?

crispy
(adjective)

When a guy is called crispy, he is fashionable, neat, and very put together. Oh wow, look at what that guy is wearing! He is so crispy.

crossbuzzing
(verb)

If someone is crossbuzzing, they are high from pot and drunk at the same time. Anthony was crossbuzzing so hard, I had to drive him home immediately.

crotch rocket
(noun phrase)

A crotch rocket is a fast motorcycle, usually an import and new. Kurt's parents bought him this new yellow Suzuki motorcycle the other day. It's gotta be the brightest crotch rocket I've ever seen.

crowd surf
(verb phrase)

When someone crowd surfs at a rock concert, they jump off the edge of the stage and are passed around the room by the audience. Laura says that when a woman crowd surfs the guys think that it's a free boob grab. [OED2] 1991 Globe & Mail (Toronto) 5 July c8/2 “There he was, the near middle-aged psychedelic popster, crowd-surfing while his sidemen played on.”

Crumby
(noun) Crumby refers to the residence hall Brumby and its crappy living conditions. No, I live in the worst dorm on campus: Crumby.
crunch time
(noun phrase)

When you say it is crunch time, you mean that a project must be completed before a quickly approaching deadline. I have two midterms tomorrow and I haven’t studied for either one. It’s crunch time!

[OED2] 1939 “a crisis; a decisive point, event, confrontation, etc.”. “Whether Spain will be allowed to find its way back to sanity and health depends upon [… the] outcome of the European crunch.”

crunk
(adjective)

When you say something is crunk, you like it and think it's exciting and cool. The party this weekend was crunk. [OED2] 1995 Totally Unofficial Rap-Dictionary (Bi-weekly Posting, part 1/2) in rec.music.hip-hop (Usenet newsgroup) 1 Dec., “Crunk,..Hype, phat. ‘Tonight is going to be crunk.’”

crushin'
(verb)

When a guy is crushin', he is attempting to meet, and hopefully, have sex with as many girls as possible. We were at the party the other night and Steve was crushin' all the ladies.

crustache
(noun)

If someone has a crustache, he or she has a thin, sparsely grown mustache. Crustaches are common among lower class Caucasian males. See also dirt lipHank needs to shave off his crustache, he looks like he belongs in a trailer park.

crusties
(noun)

If a group is called crusties, they are a group of typical punk kids.Don't wear your nice clothes, we're going to Max tonight to hang out with the crusties. From Obs. A crusty person. 1594 Merry Knack in W. C. Hazlitt Dodsley's Sel. Coll. Old Eng. Plays (1874) VI. 539 What an old crust it is!.. I think the villain hath a face hardened with steel.

See crust punk.
crust punk
(noun phrase)

If someone is called a crust punk, they are a typical punk kid, usually identified by denim, patched vests, lack of bathing, lack of money and a don't-give-a-fuck attitude. Can be observed in their natural environment on the Townie side of Downtown. Of course Jack is a crust punk, have you seen that denim vest? Or those boots?

cub
(noun)

If someone is a cub, he is a very masculine, young gay man. Cubs are the younger counterpart to bears. John wears a lot of flannel for a gay man. He is such a cub.

See bear.
cunt
(noun)

If you call a girl a cunt, you mean that she is extremely annoying, irritating, unpleasant, ungrateful, disagreeable, etc. Considered by many to be the most offensive word in the English language. She dumped him after he quit his job for her? What a cunt! [OED2] 1929 F. Manning Middle Parts of Fortune I. viii. 159 “What's the cunt want to come down 'ere buggering us about for?”

curse of the Bambino, the
(noun)

If someone is talking about the curse of the Bambino, they are referring to the Boston Red Sox Baseball team's losing streak. I am so glad the Red Sox finally overcame the curse in 2004.

curved
(adjective)

If someone is curved, they have been permanently rejected by someone they like. I told Ashley that I wanted to take her out on a date, but she curved me.

cushion
(noun)

The cushion is the number of yards between the cornerback and the receiver in football. John is fast on the football field; you should give him a 10-yard cushion so that he does not run past you for a touchdown.

cut
(verb)

1. When someone cuts a line, they powder a drug (usually cocaine) for immediate consumption. Who wants to cut some lines?  2. If someone cuts a drug, they have diluted it with a non-active agent to add weight and increase the profit. Damn, this coke’s been cut a lot. No wonder it was so cheap.

cutie
(noun)

A cutie is a good-looking guy or girl; usually said by girls. Your boyfriend is such a cutie. [OED2] 1768 in A. Hare Georgian Theatre in Wessex (1958) iv. 72 “Let shallow Cuties, who, in Love with Sound, Care not a Pin if Action's never found.”

cut the rug
(verb phrase)

If you are cuttin' the rug, you are dancing to upbeat music. We really cut the rug on the dance floor at that party last night. [OED2] 1940 C. Porter Compl. Lyrics (1983) 207/3 “America's palsy-walsy, England's a trifle smug, While England does the stately waltz, America cuts a rug.”

cut up
(verb phrase)

1. When you cut up, you are having fun or joking around obnoxiously. Ken would cut up in class when we were in high school. That's why he was voted Class Clown.  2. If you cut up, then you are having sex. We went to the drive in and cut up about ten minutes into the movie.

cuz
(noun)

If you call someone your cuz, you mean that they are your friend. What's up cuz? What you been up to since I seen you last? 

D
(noun)

When a guy talks about the D, he is referring to his penis. I felt nervous talking to her at first, but then my friend told me he heard she wanted the D.

da bomb
(adjective)

If you say that something is da bomb, you mean it is one of the best things that you have seen. My new apartment is da bomb.

daggum it
(interjection)

"Daggum it" is an expression used to show extreme emotion, but is milder than "damn." When the boy hit his head on his lofted bed, he yelled, "Daggum it!"

dang
(interjection)

1. If you say “dang,” then you are upset about something. Dang! I just missed the Athens Transit bus.  2. If you cry out “dang,” you are overwhelmed and impressed. Dang, Vin Diesel is ripped!

[OED2] 1790-7; British; c.1790 dialectally; circa 1821-40 colloquially; euphemism for damn; perhaps a blend of damn and hang.

dank
(adjective)

1. If you say marijuana is dank, it is of a very high quality. My friend came back from Jamaica with a sack of dank weed. 2. If you call something dank, you mean that it is of high quality. We went to a really nice restaurant for dinner and had some dank chocolate cake that was so rich I could hardly finish it.

See Mary Jane.
dank
(noun)

Dank is high-grade marijuana. He paid a lot of money for his sack of dank.

See Mary Jane.
dat
(noun phrase)

If you say dat NOUN, you mean that you find NOUN to be of high quality. Typically used to describe a female’s rear end. Did you see Angelina Jolie in Wanted? Dat ass, man. Dat ass.

dating
(verb)

If two people are dating, then they are in a relationship that is not exclusive. Many people often date more than one person at a time. "Are Jack and Jill boyfriend and girlfriend?" "No, they are just dating."

dawg
(noun)

If you call someone dawg, you mean they are your friend. Jay is my dawg; we have been friends since elementary school.

[OED2] 1898 J. D. Brayshaw Slum Silhouettes 125 Ev'ry markit mornin' yer ter be my dawg.

DD
(noun) A DD is a designated driver. I can't believe we were so drunk that we didn't realize Chuck Norris was our DD!!
D.D.
(noun) If someone is a D.D., then they are the 'designated drunk.' This is used viciously and often used when someone is celebrating something. It's Mary's birthday tonight, she is the D.D.
dead fish
(noun phrase)

If a girl is called a dead fish, she acts emotionless during intercourse. Susie acted like a dead fish all night long. 

Dead head
(noun) If you are a Dead head, you enjoy the music and follow the tours of the classic rock band Grateful Dead. The Dead head went on a road trip and saw six Dead concerts in a row.
debo
(verb)

If you debo something from someone, you steal something from someone. I need some quarters for a coke. I might have to debo some from Carl!

See d-bow.
deep throat
(verb phrase)

If a girl deep throats someone, she performs fellatio involving the total envelopment of the penis using the depth of her throat. John says that Angela deep throats him all of the time; she must have no gag reflex at all.

def
(adverb)

1. When you say "def," you mean "definitely." Katie drank a whole bottle of wine, so she’s def gonna be hung over tomorrow.  2. You can say "def" as the answer to a question, instead of saying "yes." "Are you going to the game tomorrow?" "Def." 

defriend
(verb)

If you defriend someone, you remove them from your friend’s list on a social network such as facebook or myspace. I went to go look at my ex’s photos and I couldn’t because he defriended me.

See unfriend.
dejabrew
(noun)

You have a case of dejabrew when you start to remember events from last night after being heavily intoxicated. I just had a case of dejabrew, please tell me that I didn’t really make out with that ugly girl all night. 

derp
(verb)

If someone derped, they made an easily avoidable mistake. I completely derped and forgot to study for the exam today! 

derp
(noun)

1. If someone is called a derp, they are a person of low intelligence. That Winston kid is a total derp. 2. (interjection) If someone says "derp," they mean what the last person said was uninspired or unintelligent. “Man, I wish I knew Spanish so I could read Mein Kampf.” “Derp!”

1999 "South Park," the character Mr. Derp.

designated driver
(noun phrase)

If someone is the designated driver, then it means they always willingly assume the responsibility of of driving their drunk friends around. Good thing we don't have to worry about getting home since Mark is the designated driver

See DD.
deuces
(interjection)

If a person says “deuces” to someone, they are saying good-bye. Jeremy constantly says “deuces” when leaving the room.

devil's threesome
(noun phrase)

If somebody participates in a devil's threesome, they are having sex where there are two guys and one girl. Can you believe that Steve had a devil's threesome with Mary and Paul? That's terrible.

dick around
(verb phrase)

If someone decides to dick around, they are choosing to spend the day relaxing and refusing to be productive. Instead of doing my homework today, I’m just gonna dick around

digits
(noun)

If someone gets someone's digits, they have obtained a phone number of a person of romantic or sexual intrest. Trey was gloating after he got the girl's digits; he might even wait only two days to call her.

dig one's own grave
(idiom)

If you dig your own grave, you have engaged in actions that will result your own downfall and have no one to blame but yourself. Even though I convinced Bill to go out the night before his final and he failed the class, he really dug his own grave by not going to class the whole semester.

dime bag
(noun phrase)

A dime bag is a $10 bag of marijuana, generally about a gram and a half. I’m broke. Can I just get a dime bag today?

[OED2] 1946 Syracuse (N.Y.) Herald Amer. 24 Mar. 36/4 The green and yellow paper grass again is being sold by the dime bag.

dingleberry
(noun)

A dingleberry is feces that clings to butt hair. I've got dingleberries because I forgot to wipe.

dip
(noun)

If you are putting some dip in your mouth, you're fixin' to chew smokeless tobacco. I stopped by the Texaco to pick up a can of dip.

dip
(verb)

If you dip, then you use smokeless tobacco. After eight years of dipping, Beau's gums turned black.

dirt
(noun)

If someone says they have some dirt, then they have a piece of criticism or negative gossip about something or someone. I told her the dirt I had heard about the guy in our English class.

dirt Lip
(noun)

If someone has a dirt lip, he or she has a thin, sparsely grown mustache. Dirt lips are common among lower class Caucasian males. Hank needs to shave off his dirt lip, he looks like he belongs in a trailer park.

See crustache.
disco stick
(noun phrase)

If a man refers to his disco stick, he is referring to his penis. Last night Garrett asked me if I wanted to take a ride on his disco stick.

(2008) The term is from the song titled “Love Game” by Lady Gaga. “Don't think too much, just bust that stick. I wanna take a ride on your disco stick.”

dish
(noun)

If someone asks for the dish, they want information (positive or negative) or gossip. So, give me the dish about your date last night!

diss
(verb)

1. If a person disses someone, they offend them through disrespect or negligence. Andy dissed John by driving off without him.  2. If a person disses someone, they are insulting them. Tina dissed George today. When he asked her on a date, she replied, "You're a loser!"

[OED2] alternate spelling dis; a shortening of words like disrespect, dismiss, disparage, etc.; especially found in Black English; 1. 1984; extracted from disrespect; 2. 1982; extracted from disparage.

DIY
(adjective)

If soemone is a DIY kid it means they belong to a branch of the punk rock scene which has a philosophy of self-sufficiency. DIY is an acronym for "do it yourself." All those DIY kids are crazy; they have parties where they make their own moonshine.

DL
(noun) DL (also spelled, DL, d/l) (noun) 1 (abbreviation of down low) If you keep something on the DL, then you keep quiet about something. She doesn't know we're throwing her a surprise birthday party, so keep it on the DL. 2 (abbreviation of download) A DL is a download, something that you can download from the internet. This sense is usually limited to instant messaging, email, or similar media. Damn! This DL is taking forever.
D.L.
(abbreviation)

If someone says that they are keeping something on the D.L., they mean that they are keeping quiet about it. D.L. stands for down low. I told Tim to keep my secret on the D.L. I didn't want everyone to know my business.

See on the down low.
DLC
(abbreviation)

When you talk about DLC, you are referring to additional downloadable content for a video game that is available for purchase online. “Did you check out the DLC for Halo: Reach?” “No, my internet doesn’t work.”

do
(verb)

When someone is doing someone else, they are having sex with them. Christie is so crazy about me, I'll definitely be able to do her tonight.

doable
(adjective)

When someone is doable, they are attractive enough to sleep with. Bobby isn't as cute as Jim, but he's definitely doable.

does a bear shit in the woods? (and wipe his ass with a rabbit?)
(idiom)

You use this expression as an answer to a very stupid question. “Are you bummed you got an F?” “Does a bear shit in the woods?”

[OED2] 1978 A. Maupin Tales of City 3 ‘Connie..you're single?’.. ‘Does a bear shit in the woods?’

dog
(noun)

1. When you call someone dog, they are your friend. T-Roy is my dog; we have been friends since elementary school.  2. If you call a girl a dog, you mean she is not attractive. This is considered very offensive. Claire has a really nice personality; it's a pity that she is such a dog.  3. If you call a guy a dog, you mean he sleeps around with different girls, and disapprove of him. Robert is such a dog; he spends all his time in the bed.

dog
(verb)

If you dog someone, then you make fun of them. Let's not dog on Lee too much when he's not around to defend himself.

doing the most
(verb phrase)

When someone is doing the most, they are doing something to the point that it is overbearing. My professor is doing the most; he has assigned us a reading, a paper, a research project, and a presentation due every week!

doing the most
(verb)

If someone is acting ridiculous or uncool, he or she is doing the most. That girl is just doing the most over there, she must be really hammered.

doin' the nasty
(verb phrase)

If two people are doin' the nasty, they are having sex. Mark and Cheryl are doin' the nasty; they've been sleeping together for a couple of weeks now.

do it big
(verb phrase)

When someone says do it big then they are telling you to do something with all your ability. If Kelly wants to win the dance competition, she has to do it big.

Do it for the Vine
(verb phrase)

do it for the vine is an expression used when someone posts a video on the social networking site, Vine, and is dancing.  Cindy posted a video of her little sister dancing on Vine today, and all you could hear in the background was "DO IT FOR THE VINE" everytime she did a new dance move.

 

do Less
(verb phrase)

If someone says do less, they are speaking to people who are annoyingly overachieving and constantly in the spotlight.  Hey Angelina Jolie, DO LESS.

done for
(adjective)

If someone is done for, then he or she is experiencing difficulty with a situation or problem and feels like he or she cannot overcome it. After realizing how much he needed to study for his history exam Trey cried out, "I'm done for!"

donezo
(adjective)

1. When you are donezo, you are finished with something. I just studied eight straight hours for this statistics exam and now I’m donezo.  2. When someone is donezo, they are at the point of becoming drunk. After a couple of beers I was donezo.

donk
(noun)

If you say that somebody has a donk, you are saying that they have a large ass. I told this girl at the bar last night that she had a donk, but she wouldn't come home with me.

See ba donka donk.
donkey
(noun)

A donkey is a fraternity pledge. As a donkey, Robert had little free time because he was always doing chores for his frat brothers. 

don't know jack
(verb phrase)

If you don't know jack about something, then you don't know anything about it. Sometimes “shit” is added at the end for extra emphasis. I don't know jack about car engines.

don't sweat it
(verb phrase)

If someone says "don't sweat it," then they are telling you not to worry about it and that everything will be alright. That test only counts 15% of your overall grade, so don't sweat it

doobie
(noun)

A doobie is a joint. I smoked two whole doobies by myself today. My lungs need a break!

See J.
do one's own thing
(verb phrase)

When someone does their own thing, they act independently or differently from everyone else. Lisa was always one of those girls who did her own thing all through high school, but found a group of people with similar interests at college.

doo-rag
(noun)

If you wear a doo-rag, you have a bandana-like covering on your head. Deion always wore a doo-rag under his helmet on game-days.

Door to Nothingness
(noun phrase)

The Door to Nothingness is a poster of a door on the wall at the end of a dead-end stairway in Joe Brown Hall. I could get to German class a lot faster if the Door to Nothingness actually went somewhere.

See Stairway to Nowhere.
dope
(adjective)

If you say that something is dope, you mean that you like it a lot. The first time she saw my new shirt, my friend said, "That shirt is so dope!"

(OED2) 1981 J. Spicer Money “Yo, man, them boys is dope... This record is dope.”

dope
(noun)

Dope is another name for marijuana. We smoked some dope before we went downtown.

See reefer.
dork
(noun)

If someone calls somebody a dork, they mean that the person is intelligent but lacks social graces. Jane thought Jim was a dork when he proposed to her via email.

See nerd.
dormcest
(noun)

When people commit dormcest, they have sex or a romantic relationship while living in the same dorm. I can't believe Mary and Bill are having dormcest; it isn't going to go well.

dotcomrade
(noun)

A dotcomrade is an internet acquaintance who you chat with exclusively online, never in person. Jacqueline is my dotcomrade, we never really talk outside of MSN Messenger.

double bag
(verb phrase)

If someone double bags another person, they have sex together twice in a row. That girl is so hot I'd like to double bag her!

double bag
(noun phrase)

If someone gets a double bag, it means they had sex with someone twice. I think last night's double bag alleviated Wes's horniness.

double bagger
(noun phrase)

1. If someone calls someone else a double bagger, they mean that they are so ugly they should wear two bags over their head during sex just in case the first bag comes off. Jonathan is so ugly; I could only have sex with that double bagger if I was really plastered.  2. If a guy confides to another guy that a girl is a double bagger, he means that the girl is so promiscuous that he should wear two condoms when having sex with her to prevent contracting a disease. This is never meant literally due to the unsafe nature of wearing two condoms at once. This term is very offensive and insulting. Kristin is really hot, but probably a double bagger. I heard that she sleeps around. 

double click the mouse
(verb phrase)

If a girl double clicks the mouse then she masturbates. Jessica admitted to me that her roommate double clicks the mouse at least three times a week.

double dawg
(noun phrase)

A double dawg is a student who attends the University of Georgia for both their undergraduate and graduate degrees. Jim's a double dawg; he got into the UGA Law School right after he graduated.

double dawg
(verb phrase)

When someone double dawgs, they pursue a graduate degree at UGA after receiving an undergraduate degree from UGA. It's great that Jim got into the UGA Law School because he always wanted to double dawg.

double stacks
(noun phrase)

If someone takes double stacks, they have just taken a double hit of ecstasy. The whole party took double stacks before they went to the rave. 

double super
(adjective phrase)

If you describe something as double super, then it is extraordinary. Knowshon had a double super game against Vandy last week.

douche
(noun)

If you call someone a douche, then you are referring to them in a derogatory or offensive manner; however, this can also be used in a sarcastic, mildly offensive manner amongst friends. Trey is such a douche. Every time he comes around he makes an ass out of himself.

douche bag
(noun phrase)

If someone calls someone else a douche bag, then that person is acting in such a way that annoys or angers others. Johnny is acting like such a douche bag today, yelling at people for doing the slightest thing wrong. [OED2] 1967 Amer. Speech “Douche bag, n. phr., an unattractive co-ed. By extension, any individual whom the speaker desires to deprecate.”

See asshat.
douchebaggery
(noun)

When one engages in douchebaggery, one is engaging in mean-spirited or ignorant behavior. Never used to describe the actions of females. It's incredible how much douchebaggery goes down every night on Milledge Ave.

down
(verb)

If you down a beverage, you consume it quickly. Wow Sean, if you keep downing PBR like that, you're going to puke.

down
(adjective)

1. If someone is down, then they are in agreement with whatever is being discussed. "Ya'll headin' home after this?" "Yeah, I'm down, let's go."  2. If someone is down, it means they are in jail. Is this your first time down?

down chick
(noun)

When you call a female a down chick you are saying that she is someone that you can count on and someone that is there for you whenever, whatever, however. Nicole and I have been through so much! She is such a down chick!

downright
(adverb)

If you describe something or someone as downright something or other, then it adds severity to the adjective it modifies. The girl Zach had brought home from downtown was downright ugly. 

downtown
(noun)

If you say you are going downtown, then you are going to the area of Athens that is home to over two hundred bars, restaurants, shops, and businesses, down Broad Street, Clayton Street, and Washington Street from Pulaski Street to the West and Thomas Street to the East. Shannon and Perry spent over $100 downtown at the bars on Thursday night.

down with that
(idiom)

If you say that you are “down with that,” then you agree or understand what is going on. We are going to Wendy's. Are you down with that?

do work
(verb phrase)

When someone says do work, they are trying to motivate a friend to accomplish a task, whether it be studying, pass a test, chug a beer, or hook up with a girl. Guy 1: I need to get an A on my finance midterm. Guy 2: Yea! Do work!

drag
(noun)

If you say that something is a drag, you mean that it is not enjoyable. I can't go out this weekend; I have to go home and hang out with my parents. What a drag!

[OED2] 1857 A. Mathews Tea-table Talk I.106 There's that drag of a husband.

drag, in
(idiom)

1. If someone dresses in drag, they dress in the clothing of the opposite sex, and try to look like a member of the opposite sex. My sorority is having a theme social with another fraternity, in which everyone is going to dress in drag.

[OED2] 1870; Reynold's Newspaper “We shall come in drag.”

drained
(adjective)

When you are drained, you are worn out and exhausted. I'm totally drained from finals.

drama
(noun)

If someone causes a drama, they are causing trouble or a disturbance. There's going to be a little drama tonight after the game.

drama queen
(noun phrase)

If someone calls a girl a drama queen, they mean that she is melodramatic. Paige is such a drama queen. When she got a B, she locked herself in her room and wouldn't come out for two days.

[OED2] 1923 Washington Post 10 Dec. 14/4 If he is thwarted in his effort to enjoy them, he may either go to the dogs or the drama queens.

dreds
(noun)

Dreds are dreadlocks. Chris idolizes Bob Marley so much he grew out some dreds over the summer.

dreg
(noun)

If someone calls a girl a dreg, they mean that she is extremely unattractive. Look at all that acne, Sarah is a real dreg.

drink
(verb)

If you drink, you savor alcoholic beverages. An endless debate persists at UGA as to what students prefer more: to drink or to watch football. We resolve this dilemma and do both simultaneously.

drinking hatorade
(verb phrase)

1. If someone has been drinking hatorade, then they are unnecessarily negative. You can't mean what you said about Mos Def. Sounds like somebody has been drinking hatorade. 2. If you are drinking hatorade, you are making fun of, or doing something that is mean to someone else. Often used light-heartedly. Man, why are you drinking hatorade today? All I said was that I liked Celine Dion!

drink the kool aid
(idiom)

If someone drinks the kool aid, it means that they buy into an idea, story, or doctrine wholeheartedly. Gee, I hope you guys have been drinking as much of the kool-aid as I have.

The expression stems "from a 1987 quote about former Washington, D.C., mayor Marion Barry in the Washington Post" (Wiki source) reference to the November 1978 Rev. Jim Jones Jonestown Massacre.

dro
(noun)

Dro is high quality marijuana that is grown hydroponically. This weed is pretty good but we'd be a lot more stoned right now if we had some dro.
 

drop
(verb)

1. If someone drops, they take a hit of acid. We are going to drop before the concert. 2. If someone says that something drops on a certain date, that means that the item will arrive then. This is most often used with regard to record releases. Yo, my new album drops September 2nd.
 

drop a bomb
(verb phrase)

If someone drops a bomb, it means that they are delivering extremely unexpected news. Charlie totally dropped a bomb on us when he told us that he was moving in a week.

drop a deuce
(verb phrase)

If someone drops a deuce, then they defecate. My stomach felt much better after I dropped a deuce.
 

drop the boy/girlfriend bomb
(verb)

When someone drops the boy/girlfriend bomb, they let the person who is flirting with them know they have a boy/girlfriend. This usually occurs at the last minute and is unexpected. Last night I thought I had a chance with Stacie, until she dropped the boyfriend bomb on me after dinner.

drop the f-bomb
(verb phrase)

If someone drops the f-bomb, then they have said f**k. Alternatively “drop an f-bomb.” Mandy forgot she was talking to her prim and proper grandmother and dropped the f-bomb; her grandmother fainted!

drop the kids off at the pool
(verb phrase)

If someone says that they are going to drop the kids off at the pool, then they are going to defecate. I'll be right back, guys. I just need to go drop the kids off at the pool.

See drop a deuce.
drunchies
(noun)

When someone has the drunchies, they are very hungry after a night of drinking. This can be remedied by a trip to Waffle House, or another similar establishment. I’m glad there’s a new Waffle House downtown. Now I don’t have to drive drunk when I have the drunchies.

See munchies.
drunk dialing
(verb phrase)

When an intoxicated person calls any phone number they can remember late at night, they are drunk dialing. Katy is always drunk dialing when we get home from downtown.

drunkenese
(noun)

If a person is speaking drunkenese, then they are so drunk that their speech is unintelligible. Sorry, buddy; I didn't catch that last part. You're speaking drunkenese.

drunk Hole
(noun)

If someone has a drunk hole, they are intoxicated and will not stop rambling. He can’t shut his drunk hole long enough to call a cab home.

drunksexual
(noun)

If someone is referred to as a drunksexual, it means that that person is willing to experiment sexually with both males and females when drunk. Did you see Kayla making out with that girl last night? She’s such a drunksexual!

dry humping
(verb phrase)

If you say someone or something was dry humping something or someone else you mean they were fawning all over it, to the point of almost engaging in fully clothed intercourse. Used in exaggeration. Dude, it wasn't your cologne, it's that you were practically dry humping her.

[OED2] 1964 J. Pearl Stockade v. 47 Larkin..flipped open the mattress. The gray….cover was stained....Think of all..the horny bastards who have dry-humped it.

DSL's
(abbreviation)

If someone has DSL's, then they have large lips that would be desirable for giving oral sex. DSL's is an abbreviation for “dick sucking lips.” Use with caution, as this could be considered offensive. Angelina Jolie has such great DSL's.

DT
(noun)

If you go DT, it means you are visiting the bars in downtown Athens. A shortening of "downtown." Nancy wanted to go DT Thursday but had a test Friday, so she had to wait for the weekend.

DTF
(idiom)

When a person is DTF, or “down to f*ck,” they are acting in a way that suggests they want to have sex. Oftentimes, this person is drunk. I’m going home early with Heather—she is so DTF.

DTR
(Acronym)

If someone says they need to DTR, they need to define the relationship in terms of its status and future goals together. Isn't it about time you and Brian have a DTR talk?

duckface
(noun)

If someone is making a duckface, they are puckering their lips in a way that resembles the bill of a duck. This expression, popular with girls, is often a source of mockery. She’s making a duckface in this picture because she thinks it makes her look cute, but it really makes her look silly.

ducking
(adjective)

Ducking is used as a replacement for the f-bomb. I don’t want to do this ducking homework!

[OED2] 1530 Tyndale Pract. Prelates sig. Kiv, A douckynge hypocrite.

dude
(noun)

If you call someone a dude, they are your acquaintance. What up, dude? What did you think about that test yesterday?

[OED2] 1877-88; a form of address to a male; a colloquialism until c.1918 when it moved into Standard English; perhaps a blend of dud 'to dress' and attitude.

dude
(interjection)

If you use the word dude either in a sentence or by itself, you are attempting to intensify the point of what you are saying or express intensity. Dude! That movie rocked!

[OED2] 1918 L. E. RUGGLES Navy Explained 139 In a gang of snipes there is generally one dude who is known as the ‘king snipe’.

dudebro
(noun)

When someone refers to a guy as a dudebro, they mean that person overuses the words “dude” and “bro” in the same sentence.  Hey dude, do you want to go get some beers and chill with the bros? Dude, I sound like a total dudebro.

duff
(noun)

If someone refers to duff, they are talking about an unattractive friend that someone brings along to act as a buffer when they are trying to flirt with the opposite sex. The term is an abbreviation for “designated ugly fat friend.” It is an offensive and therefore should not be used in presence of the person being described. Look at that duff over there; she is trying so hard to get those guys to buy her a drink.

See wingman.
dugan
(null)

A dugan is another word for a penis. Brent was so drunk he pulled out his dugan in front of everybody.

See wang.
dumb-ass
(adjective)

If someone describes someone as dumb-ass, they mean that they are stupid. Look at all of those dumb-ass sorostitutes over there.

dumb-ass
(noun)

If someone calls someone else a dumb-ass, they mean that that person is foolish or unintelligent. That freshman actually thought that Tech could win the game. What a dumb-ass.

dump
(verb)

If your boyfriend or girlfriend dumps you, they break up with you. Let's get drunk; Jessica dumped me.

[OED2] 1946 D. Stivens Courtship of Uncle Henry 29 "You've dumped plenty of fellows before."

dumps
(noun)

If you say a girl has dumps, you mean she has a good butt. When Jane wears those shorts you can see what nice dumps she has.

dumpster dive
(verb phrase)

If someone goes dumpster diving, they fish around in a dumpster for food, clothing, or other usable objects. This practice is common in punk, anarchist, and DIY culture. Hey Cindy, do you want to get together and go dumpster diving? I'm in need of some new lawn furniture!

[OED2] 1985 G. B. TRUDEAU in Boston Globe 17 May 59/1 (cartoon caption) ‘I met her dumpster-diving behind Trader Vic's.’

dutch oven
(noun)

A dutch oven is when you pass gas under the covers then proceed to pull the covers over another person's head to encapsulate them in the smell. Baby, if you don't get up and get out of bed for school I'm going to give you a dutch oven.

dweet
(verb)

When someone dweets they are tweeting while drunk. Joe did a keg stand and then dweeted about it.

dyke
(noun)

If you refer to a girl as a dyke, it is a extremely degrading way of implying that she is or looks like a stereotypical lesbian. Did you know Sheila hit on Melissa last night? She's such a dyke.

[OED2] 1942 Berrey & van den Bark Amer. Thes. Slang, "Masculine woman,..dike, dyke."
 

earmuffs
(verb)

When someone tells you earmuffs, they command you to put your hands over your ears so you can't hear what they are about to say to someone else. Dan, I have to tell you a huge secret that involves Josh...Hey Josh: earmuffs!

East Camp-ass
(noun)

If someone refers to East Camp-ass, then that person is referring to the unpleasant sewage smell around East Campus and College Station Road. I got off the Orbit bus at East Camp-ass and couldn't stand the smell.

See East side funk.
East Jesus Nowhere
(noun phrase)

If someone says East Jesus Nowhere, they are talking about a rural area characterized by a high density of churches. I have no idea where we are but judging by all these crosses I'd say we're in East Jesus Nowhere.

East Side Funk
(noun) If someone refers to the East Side Funk, they are talking about the sewage smell that lingers around College Station Road. Ashley was visiting Ramsey and asked the tour guide what the awful smell was and he replied, "That's just the East Side Funk."
easy
(adjective)

If someone is easy, then it is not difficult to get them to sleep with you. This term may be considered insulting. Becky's so easy. All you have to do is buy her a beer, and she'll hop in the sack with you.

a1616 SHAKESPEARE Cymbeline (1623) II. iv. 47  Not a whit, Your lady being so easy.

eat
(verb)

If someone eats drugs, they are ingesting acid, ecstasy, or prescription drugs. Jennifer and Bill ate some X last night at that concert.

E.C.V.
(acronym) If someone refers to the E.C.V, they are talking about the East Campus Village. Often, they are referring specifically to the East Village Commons and the dining hall located there. I'm headed to the E.C.V. to grab some lunch.
Edward 40 Hands
(verb)

Edward 40 Hands refers to the drinking game where someone has two 40 ounce bottles of beer taped to their hands and is not allowed to remove them until they have completely consumed both in their entirety. It is a play on the name of the movie character Edward Scissor Hands. We need four 40's of Olde English because John and Matt are going to try Edward 40 Hands.

eff
(interjection)

Eff is a euphemism for f**k. It can be substituted for the stronger curse word as an interjection. The word is still not acceptable in polite company, but it is more acceptable than its uncensored variation. Eff! I forgot I have a midterm today.

[OED2] 1954 S. LONGSTREET Lion at Morning x. 86 I've never been to Europe. What the eff for?

eight-ball
(noun)

An eight-ball refers to three grams of cocaine. The powder is good; I’ll give you a break on an eight-ball.

[OED2] 1987 Frederick (Maryland) Post 16 June A10/5 Kane purchased two ‘eight-ball’ lots of cocaine for $350 each.

eighth
(noun)

An eighth refers to one eighth of an ounce of marijuana, 3.5 grams. Peter rolled an entire eighth into one blunt! He’s crazy!

emo
(adjective)

If something is considered emo, it is laden with many poignant emotions. Have you heard the new Bright Eyes album? Conor Oberst's lyrics are so sad and emo.

[OED2] 1988 Fall 26 What do you think of DC turning into an art scene instead of a punk scene? Since you guys are a punk rock band, not an emo-art band?

emotional doormat
(noun phrase)

An emotional doormat is a guy who listens to the problems of women who date everyone but them. Phil is Jane's emotional doormat; he's helped her through her breakup with every guy on his hall and she never once picked up that he wanted to go out with her.

engrish
(noun)

If you call writing or speech engrish, then you are claiming it was written or spoken poorly by someone from an Asian country who speaks English as a second language. It often refers to the lack of an "l" in many Asian language systems. The translated subtitles for that new Japanese movie were nothing but engrish. It barely made sense!

epic
(interjection)

1 If you exclaim epic!, then you are expressing either that you find something awesome or that you find it impressive or extreme in some way. You aced O-chem!? Epic! 2 If something is epic, then it is incredible or extreme and, usually, somewhat rare. That was ninety yard run was epic!

epic fail
(interjection)

When you say epic fail you have just seen someone else completely mess up what they were trying to do, or upon viewing an extremely unfortunate situation. Used comically. Hey, way to hit the curb numbnut! Epic fail!

Ermehgerd
(Interjection)

When someone exclaims “Ermehgerd,” they are expressing faked amusement. This is often considered humorous. Ermehgerd! John doesn’t care, and I’m not surprised.

A meme created in 2012

Eskimo brothers
(noun phrase)

If two guys are Eskimo brothers, then they have had sex with the same girl. Some may consider this offensive to Inuit people. When Sean learned that Drew had also dated Carmen, he high-fived Drew saying, "Dude, we're Eskimo brothers!"

See Eskimo sisters.
Eskimo sisters
(noun phrase)

If two girls are Eskimo sisters, then they have had sex with the same guy. Some may consider this offensive to Inuit people. After Lauren slept with Kara's ex-boyfriend, they became Eskimo sisters.

See Eskimo brothers.
extra
(adjective)

When someone is being extra, they are being excessively over the top or dramatic. Sarah was being extra tonight when she stood on top of the table and started dancing.

extra
(adjective)

If a person is being extra, he or she is acting or looking extremely ridiculous or over the top. The girls in that bar are so extra, they must be dressed for a social.

extra padding
(noun phrase)

If a girl has some extra padding, it means she is slightly overweight. That girl has a gorgeous face but too much extra padding.

eye candy
(noun)

If you refer to someone as eye candy, you mean that you think that person is physically attractive. The Victoria's Secret lingerie modeling special on ABC was like an eye candy overload.

[OED2] 1986 D. G. KEHL & D. HEIDT in D. Seyler & C. Boltz Lang. Power (ed. 2) 211  An elegantly dressed woman with conspicuous cleavage, which advertising executives reportedly refer to as ‘eye candy’.

eye fuck
(verb)

Eye fuck is when a man and woman stare at each other from across a room, bar, party, etc. without saying a word to the other, yet each finds the other attractive. Mike was definitely eye fucking the shit out of the hot blond at City Bar last night.

eyes
(noun)

If you say eyes, you mean your contact lenses.  I need to take my eyes out, I’ve been wearing them for three straight days.

fab
(adjective)

If somebody says something is fab, then it is fabulous. I love your fab dress.

fabulous
(adjective)

1. If something is fabulous, it is very nice or attractive. That skirt is fabulous! 2. If someone calls somebody else fabulous, they mean they are either gay or act like a gay person. I see your friend Jake is pretty fabulous. Is he gay?

facebook
(verb)

If you facebook someone, you look them up on the social networking site www.facebook.com. I facebooked our biology T.A. last night, and on his profile he says he's a communist!

facebook
(noun)

1. If you are on facebook, you have an account on the popular social networking site facebook.com. Nick is one of the only people I know who's not on facebook

facebook abuser
(noun)

A facebook abuser is someone who who "likes", comments, and post things on facebook 24/7. Hannah is on facebook all day long.  She is such a facebook abuser.

facebook minute
(noun)

An elongated and obscure period of time spent distracted on facebook when the original intent was to merely check your messages. I’ll finish my homework in a facebook minute

facebook official
(adjective)

If something is facebook official, it has been publicly documented on facebook. My girlfriend was pleased when I changed my relationship status to "in a relationship" on facebook, making our relationship facebook official.

facebook official
(adjective phrase)

If someone describes their relationship as facebook official, then they have changed their relationship status on www.facebook.com to show that they are “in a relationship” rather than “single.” Yeah, we’ve been dating for three months and he wants to make it facebook official.

facebook slut
(noun)

If someone is called a facebook slut, they invite anybody to be their friend on www.facebook.com, even if they do not actually know them. Mary is such a facebook slut; her friend count is over a thousand but she doesn't even know half those people.

facebook stalk
(verb)

If someone facebook stalks someone, they first check someone's facebook profile with whom they are already friends very frequent; second, they are able to look a person up or find them on facebook by knowing very little information about them, i.e. only a first name, by their major, etc. I facebook stalked that cute guy in my class yesterday and realized he likes the same music and movies as me!

facepalm
(interjection)

If someone says facepalm, they express disappointment or exasperation at someone else's actions. It is often used on the Internet and comes from the literal gesture of bringing one's palm to one's face. Jennifer just realized that South America was a continent. Facepalm.

face plant
(verb phrase)

If you face plant, you fall to the ground, landing on your face. Rob tripped on a root and face planted into the dirt.

facial
(noun)

When a guy gives a girl a facial, he ejaculates on her face. Last night was horrible! John gave me a facial when I was giving him head!

faded
(adjective)

when someone is faded they are high to the point they they are about to pass out.  Do you want to smoke another joint? No, I’m faded.

fag
(suffix)

When someone puts -fag on the end of a word, they are designating a person characterized by that word. Although this suffix is offensive in most contexts, on internet forums it is almost completely devoid of its original meaning, so much so that people often use it in combinations like heterofag, homofag, or fagfag. I don't really have a problem with newfags, but as an oldfag I'm obligated to make fun of their inexperience.

fag hag
(noun phrase)

If you call a girl a fag hag, you mean that she has a lot of gay male friends. A fag hag is usually perceived as being ugly and overweight. K.P. is such a fag hag, you'd think all she knew was gay guys.

fag stag
(noun)

If a man is referred to as a fag stag, he is a straight man who is best friends with a gay man, or has several gay friends. Your friend Chad is so cute! Can I get his number? No, he’s not gay, he’s just my fag stag.

fairy
(noun)

If someone says that a guy is a fairy, they mean that he is effeminate. The pink flowers on that guy's shirt make him look like a fairy.

fam
(noun)

If someone talks about their fam, they mean their family. I miss my parents, so I am going home to spend some time with the fam.

Famiry Housing
(noun)

Famiry Housing is a term used to refer to the Family Housing bus route suggesting that many East Asians live there. I accidentally took the Famiry Housing bus and ended up with all the Asians.

fancy
(adjective)

If someone is fancy, they are being clever, classy or crafty. Ooh, Nicole is looking so fancy with her new hair-do. 

fangirl
(noun)

if a girl is a fangirl, she is a fan of a particular book, show, person, etc. and demonstrate a level of obsession with it, often unhealthily so. Some crazy fangirls got removed by security after they tried to tackle Justin Bieber as he was leaving a hotel.

See squee.
fangirling
(verb)

If someone is fangirling over something, they are behaving overexcitedly in reaction to something relevant to their interests. This is often used to jokingly compare the behavior of someone of either gender to the behavior of actual fangirls. I’m not usually one to fangirl over things, but I couldn’t help myself when I met the actor that’s playing the new Doctor Who.

fap
(noun)

If someone is fapping, it means they are masturbating. This applies to males only as the word is an onomatopoeia of sorts. My roommate is so creepy. Every night I can hear him fapping in his bed.

fap
(verb)

if someone faps, they are masturbating. Generally used by males. It represents the sound made when males masturbate. Everyone else is downtown and I’m just sitting here fapping.

fappable
(adjective)

If someone is fappable, they are sexually attractive. Generally used by males. Did you see Mila Kunis in Black Swan? Totally fappable.

Farm, The
(noun)

The Farm is a nickname for the apartment complex downtown, Farmers. We’re pregaming at The Farm tonight. 

fast
(adjective)

If someone is described as fast, then the speaker believes that individual is too aggressive in a physical relationship. Stacy said she really liked Michael, but he was too fast for her.

fatty
(noun)

A fatty is a very large joint. Jake rolled us up a fatty and we’re about to kill a half hour on our porch!

faux fag
(noun)

If a guy is called a faux fag, they are considered to be a homosexual person who is not open about his sexuality. This term is considered offensive by some. John is a faux fag, but he tells everyone is bisexual.

See no homo.
fauxhawk
(noun)

If someone has a fauxhawk, then their hair is combed to the middle to give the appearance of having a mohawk. Usually men have them. Wow, did you see Jeff's fauxhawk? He looks so hot with it! It's a blend of the French word faux meaning fake and mohawk.

fav
(adjective)

If something is your fav, it is your favorite. Chocolate is my fav flavor of ice cream.

fawkward
(adjective)

If something is fawkward, it is extremely awkward. Seeing Jenny make out with Ellen was fawkward.

2008. This term is a combination of f[**king] + awkward

FBO
(Acronym)

If someone's relationship is FBO, it is facebook official. How long have you been dating? Are you guys FBO yet?

f'ed
(adjective)

When someone is f'ed, they are very drunk. Jessie was drunk last night; he was f'ed.

feel
(verb)

1. If you feel something, then you think that it is true. I feel like I should probably go do my homework now instead of watching tv.  2. If you feel someone, then you understand them or can sympathize with them. I feel you. I agree that the U.S. should end its imperialist wars.

feel it
(verb phrase)

1. If you feel it, then you are sensing the effects of a drug, usually alcohol. Will said he was feeling it after we finished the twelve-pack.  2. If you feel it, then you are swept up with enthusiasm because you are playing a great game. Halfway through the first quarter, D.A. could feel it and his numbers confirmed it.

feminazi
(noun)

If a girl is called a feminazi, the speaker considers her a vocal and militant man-hater due to her feminist persuasions. Frat boys avoid women's studies majors because they think they're all feminazis.

ferosh
(adjective)

If a woman is particularly sexy or attractive, it can be described as ferosh. Generally used by women to describe other women. Short for ferocious. I love your new leather jacket, it makes you look so ferosh.

fess up
(verb)

If someone fesses up, then they confess about something they did. Jamie had better fess up about stealing my wine or I am going to punch her in the face!

fetch
(adjective)

If something is fetch, then it is really cool and desirable. This term is usually seen as humorous and comes from the word “fetching.” That handbag you got me is so fetch!

fffffffff
(Interjection)

fffffffff is used in texts as a replacement for the f-bomb. May also be spoken. I forgot to print my lab report! ffffffffff!

This phrase was popularized by an Internet meme.

field, the
(noun)

When someone refers to the field, they are talking about the quantity and quality of people of the opposite sex at a certain place. See! Check out the field. I told you this party was going to be good.

fierce
(adjective)

If something is fierce, it is fashionable and edgy. Originally used by Tyra Banks on 'The Tyra Banks Show' and 'America's Next Top Model' but later popularized by Christian Siriano on 'Project Runway' Season 4. Did you see Kiera in that mini dress and stilettos? Damn, her outfit is fierce!

filthy
(adjective)

If something is filthy, then it is awe-inspiring. Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum has a filthy changeup.

fine
(adjective)

If someone is fine, then they are very attractive. She thought the guy at the end of the bar was fine.

f-ing A
(noun phrase)

F-ing A is the abbreviated form of f**cking asshole. This term is considered offensive by some people. F-ing A! That was my foot that you just stepped on!

finish the drill
(verb phrase)

1. If guy tells another guy to finish the drill, then he is challenging his friend to have sex with the girl that he has been talking to. Because Peter had spent three weeks with Martha and hadn’t had sex yet, Karl said, "Bro, you need to finish the drill." 

2001, from the UGA football slogan, “finish the drill” referring to the need to play hard through the 4th quarter. 

Finish the Drill
(verb phrase) When you tell someone to finish the drill, you're telling them to complete the task at hand. After the football players were given a speech to finish the drill by Richt at halftime, they came back and beat the crap out of Florida. This term is famously used by UGA Football coach Mark Richt. It is his motivational motto to inspire his players, but has evolved into a term to refer to general tasks. Mike, you still have two beers to drink before we leave for the party; finish the drill!
fin'na
(adverb)

If someone is fin'na to VERB something, they are getting ready to VERB. Hey, Joe, are you ready yet? Nah, I'm fin'na take a shower.

fire
(noun)

If someone asks for some fire, they want a lighter or a match. John do you have any fire for my cigarette? 

fire
(adjective)

If something is fire, then it is very pleasing or of good quality. It is often used to describe marijuana, but can be applied to other things as well. Can I come over to watch the game tonight? Your new 60 inch plasma screen TV is fire!

firecracker
(noun)

A firecracker is a peanut butter cracker that has been infused with marijuana. After having just one firecracker, I couldn't move for hours.

fist pump
(interjection)

A person will notify their friends to express their excitement by screaming “fist pump." The group follows the request by pumping their fists in the air. I stayed up taking shots on Thursday night and still managed to ace my test on Friday! Fist pump!

[OED] 1981Washington Post 20 July d 4/2 He pulled every move in the book—the wedge-high salute to the crowd, the fist-pump of victory after the final 10-foot par putt 

fitna
(verb)

If someone is fitna do something, they are going to do it in the immediate future. "Fitna" is a contraction of “fixing to.” I’m fitna go to the grocery store.

fitty
(noun)

Fitty” is an alternate pronunciation of “fifty.” I owe that guy a buck fitty.

five fingered discount
(noun phrase)

If somone gets a five fingered discount on a piece of merchandise, it means that they have shoplifted it. Mark always has money because he gets his clothes at a five fingered discount.

five kinds of ridiculous
(idiom)

The phrase five kinds of ridiculous is used when a situation exceeds an acceptable level of drama. “Shirley is pregnant with her best friend’s boyfriend’s baby.” “That is just five kinds of ridiculous.”

five-oh
(noun)

A 5-0 is a police officer or a police vehicle. Turn the music down, I've seen the 5-0 drive by twice.

[OED] 1983 N.Y. Times 29 Aug. b2/2 A ‘Five-O’ refers to a uniformed police officer.

five second rule
(noun phrase)

The five second rule is the idea that if food is dropped on the ground, it is safe if is picked up within five seconds. This phrase is often used as an interjection. Jim dropped a few chips on the ground, but after calling out "Five second rule!" he picked them up and began munching away.

fixie
(noun)

A fixie is a bike with a fixed gear (a system that requires constant pedal motion). I don't know how he rides that fixie, I couldn't survive biking without the ability to coast.

fixin'
(verb)

When you are fixin' to do something, then you plan to perform the action in a short amount of time. I'm fixin' to go back home. You want a ride?

f**kbag
(noun)

If someone calls someone else a f**kbag, they are calling them mean or inconsiderate. We were driving through East Campus when some f**kbag in an SUV cut us off.

f**k buddy
(noun phrase)

When two people are f**k buddies, they are having casual sex without a relationship. Dan's a great guy but he's not my boyfriend. We're just f**k buddies until someone better comes along.

[OED] 1972 B. Rodgers Queens' Vernacular 184 Fucking buddies, two who are not lovers cruising together for threesomes.

f**ked
(adjective)

If someone is f**ked, then something has gone horribly wrong, and they will have to face consequences. Steve made out with this girl at a party and his girlfriend just found out. He’s f**ked.

See clusterf**ked.
f**ked Up
(adjective)

If someone is f**ked up, they are heavily under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. After doing 5 keg stands last night, Bill was so f**ked up he couldn't even walk.

f**king
(adverb)

If you modify and adjective, adverb, or verb with the term “f**king,” you intensify the meaning of the modified word. This is often used when the speaker is excited or hysterical. Are you f**king out of your mind? She is just f**king playing with you; I saw her f**king kissing a guy just f**king two minutes ago. [OED] 1893 J. S. Farmer & W. E. Henley Slang III. 80/2 Fucking..Adv. Intensitive and expletive; a more violent form of bloody.

See Slang Grammar Help Page.
f**k is on your biscuit
(idiom)

When someone says, “f**k is on your biscuit,” it means they do not care about anyone’s welfare or problems. “What’s the matter?” “I dunno man, f**k is on your biscuit.”

f**k me
(interjection)

When someone says f**k me, then he or she is very upset. (This particular case is not a sexual reference.) Oh, f**k me! I failed the test again!

f**k-me boots
(noun phrase)

F**k-me boots are women's boots that are often knee-high and have very high heels. Jenni was looking all skanky last night at the social, wearing those f**k-me boots and a short skirt.

See ho boots.
f**ktard
(noun)

When someone calls someone else a f**ktard, they are calling that person stupid. I told Bob that a Jagerbomb was a German explosive device and he believed me! That guy is such a f**ktard.

f**ktarded
(adjective)

If somebody is f**ktarded, they are so frustratingly foolish or annoying as to induce cursing. John just ran into the room and pantsed me in front of my crush. Ugh, he is so f**ktarded!

f**kup boots
(noun phrase)

If someone is said to be wearing f**kup boots they are continuously making mistakes. Mary spilled her coffee three times today! I think she’s wearing her f**kup boots

flag on the play
(idiom)

If someone says “flag on the play,” they are voicing an objection to what just happened in conversation or in a situation. Flag on the play! I'm eating; let's not talk about your girlfriend's menstrual cycle.

flake
(verb)

If someone flakes, it means that they bail out on an event or a person. I wanted Jessica to go downtown with us tonight, but she flaked.

flake
(noun)

1. A flake is someone who often is not on time, stands people up, and cannot be counted on to do what they are supposed to. Eric's such a flake. He said he'd help me move into my new place last Friday, but he didn't show up or even call.  2. If you call someone a flake, you mean that they are either inattentive, unconcerned, or unaware of what is going on around them. Mary is such a flake; she can never get anywhere on time.

flaky
(adjective)

1. If you say someone is flaky, you mean they are wishy-washy or unreliable. I'd like to trust Jim to bring everything we'll need, but he's been really flaky lately.  2. If you call someone flaky, they are extremely sensitive emotionally so they overreact. John has flaky moments like when he weeps during The Lion King.

flame
(verb)

If you flame someone on the internet, then you type insulting things in order to provoke anger. I kept getting kicked out of the chat room for flaming people.

flamer
(noun)

If someone is called a flamer, then they are flamboyantly gay. This term may be considered offensive. Use with caution. This guy was such a flamer; he kept trying to dance with all the guys at the party.

flaming
(adjective)

If someone says a guy is flaming, then he acts blatantly, even melodramatically, homosexual. This term may be considered offensive. Look at that flaming fairy over there, I guess he is probably waiting on his boyfriend.

Flans
(noun)

If someone talks about Flans, they are referring to the bar named Flannigan’s downtown. There is a keg at Flans tonight.

flat as an iron
(adjective phrase)

If someone says a girl is as flat as an iron, it means she's lacking in breast size. This is a very derogatory expression. I don't know why Jeff was hitting on that girl Stephanie. She's as flat as an iron!

flat out
(adverb)

If you are flat out in a particular state of being, then you are most completely experiencing it. I was flat out broke the second day in Panama City.

[OED] 1932 Daily Dispatch (Manch.) 25 July 6/4 Driving flat out.

flavor of the week
(noun phrase)

If someone is a flavor of the week, then they are an ephemeral romantic interest in another's life. Have you seen Robin's newest flavor of the week?

flex
(verb)

A person who pretends to have more than what they really have is said to be flexing. "Greg drove an all-white Mercedes Benz to the party but I thought it was his dad's car." "It is his dad's car. Greg likes to flex a lot."

flexing
(verb)

If someone is showing off, sometimes unnecessarily, they are flexingDid you see Mike’s new Porsche? Yeah he’s flexing.

flick
(noun)

A flick is a frisbee throw using the index and middle fingers and the thumb to hold the disc and throwing around the side of the body. Dave's flick caught the defender off guard and came sailing down the side of the field.

flip
(verb)

A paranoid drug dealer may claim that he or she “flips” drugs rather than dealing them. No I do not sell drugs! I just flip what I buy by donating to my friends for a fee.

flip cup
(noun phrase)

If people are playing flip cup, they are playing a drinking game that involves chugging a cup full of beer, flipping that cup and having it land upside down, and whoever does it the fastest wins. I feel like staying in and drinking, let's just play some flip cup to get drunk. See Drinking Games Help Page.

flippy
(noun)

A flippy is a fake or faux hippy. Megan is a flippy because she says she's in love with the environment but she drives a Hummer.

flip side
(noun phrase)

If a person says see you on the flip side that means the next day. See you on the flip side, Becky!

float the keg
(verb phrase)

If a group of people float the keg, they drink all the beer in the keg so that the empty keg floats in a bucket of melted ice. When Jake arrived to the party he found out that they had floated the keg an hour before he had got there.

flooding
(verb)

If a girl says to another girl that she is flooding, then she is on her period. Lucy is flooding and she needs a tampon.

floppy flask
(noun phrase)

If you are carrying a floppy flask, you have a bag or soft plastic container to hold liquor. This is often used to sneak alcohol into Sanford Stadium. Before we go in to the stadium, I need to tape my floppy flask to my leg.

flow
(noun)

If a rapper has flow, they have a great ability to mesh together complex lines of a rap song with rhythm and rhyme.You hear that new Kanye album?” “Yeah, man, he got mad flow.

flush
(verb)

When a rushee is Flushed they are asked by a fraternity to rush elsewhere because he is disliked and the brothers of the fraternity believe the rushee could get a bid from a different fraternity. “Patrick, it’s been voted that you have to flush the kid standing by the pool table. I don’t see him fitting in with Sigma Chi.”

See Greek Help Page
fly
(adjective)

If someone is fly, then they are attractive and have a pleasing personal style. The girl was fly; she could dance, she dressed great, and she looked hot.

fly
(verb)

If someone flies, they move from place to place very quickly. Wow! That bus driver can really fly! We got from Ramsey to Russell in under three minutes.

FML
(interjection)

If someone says “FML,” they are expressing disappointment and frustration at something out of their control. A spoken acronym meaning “f**k my life.” After failing his Econ test, Josh saw his girlfriend kissing another guy and said “FML, this is the worst week ever.”

2008, from the popular website www.fmylife.com

f my life
(interjection)

If someone says “f my life,” they are expressing disappointment and frustration at something out of their control. The “F” stands for “F**k.” My boyfriend broke up with me, I missed my bus, and broke my shoe. F my life!!!

folks, the
(noun)

If someone talks about the folks, they are talking about their family, usually their parents. Jodie went home to visit the folks this weekend.

food baby
(noun phrase)

If you have a food baby, you have eaten so much your stomach looks pregnant. We just had dinner at Golden Corral and now I have a food baby

See bif.
football minute
(noun phrase)

When someone says ”in a minute”, they mean a football minute because they know it will take much longer than 60 seconds. Whenever my roommates say they’re gonna do some chores in a minute, it’s more like a football minute.

fork
(verb)

When someone forks, they are having sex. Fork is a euphemism for fuck. The word is often part of the phrase: spooning leads to forking. My asshole roommate threw me out last night so he and his girlfriend could fork!

for real, though
(idiom)

If you say "for real, though," you are bringing a conversation to a more serious tone. The two laughed for a bit until Ryan said, "For real, though," and began talking about his plans for college.

for serious
(adjective)

If you ask someone if they are for serious you are asking if they are telling the truth. Are you for serious that Rachel dumped Jimmy? I thought they were about to get engaged.

for serious
(adverb)

If you say you are going to do something for serious you mean you are completely sincere about doing what you say you will do. I told Brittany I would call her on Friday for serious because we haven't hung out in forever and I really want to see her.   (adjective) If you ask someone if they are for serious you are asking if they are telling the truth. Are you for serious that Rachel dumped Jimmy? I thought they were about to get engaged. 

for the win
(expression)

If you say for the win, you are expressing pleasure at something that is very good. Alright! There's money in my pocket! Ten dollars for the win!

forty
(noun)

A 40 is a shortened term for referring to a forty-ounce bottle of malt- liquor. John brought a bunch of 40s for everyone to drink at my party on Friday.

fo' shizzle
(interjection)

If you say “fo' shizzle,” you mean "for sure," in the sense of affirmation. "So you're gonna pick me up after class?" "Fo' shizzle, beeyotch.

fo' sho'
(interjection)

If you say "fo' sho'," you mean “for sure.” I told her I would be there fo' sho'.

fourth meal
(noun phrase)

When someone eats a fourth meal, they get fast food to satisfy their craving. Dude, I'm never going to finish this history paper without some food. Let's go get a fourth meal.

FPS
(abbreviation)

When you play an FPS, you are playing a first-person shooter video game. Halo is still considered one of the best FPS games of all time.

F.P.S.
(abbreviation) An FPS game, first-person shooter, is a video game in which the game is experienced from a first-person view and the basic action involves shooting. I played a little bit of Quake, but my favorite FPS by far was always Duke Nukem.
frag
(verb phrase)

If a computer freezes up, it stops responding to the keyboard or mouse. Tim was typing the word "fragment" until his computer froze up after "frag."

frape
(verb)

If someone is fraped, they left their facebook profile logged in on a public computer and another person used the account to post embarrassing or disgusting things on their facebook wall. I left my facebook logged in at the SLC today and someone posted pictures of dead animals on it. I hate it when I let myself get fraped.

fratastic
(adjective)

1. If a fraternity member says something is fratastic, then they are saying that it is very good. He was looking fratastic when he left to go downtown.  2 If something is fratastic, it is characteristic of a fraternity. This is often used to show disgust for fraternity members. He looked awfully fratastic dressed in Abercrombie from head to toe.

See fratty.
frat beach
(noun phrase)

St. Simon's Beach is referred to as frat beach during the weekend of the Georgia/Florida game. Frat beach is so named for the vast numbers of fraternity and sorority members who book rooms and party there. Becca is going to stay with her boyfriend's fraternity on frat beach this year.

frat boy
(noun phrase)

If you say a guy is a frat boy, then you're mocking him for belonging to a fraternity. Reagan only dated frat boys because they partied every weekend.

frat it up
(verb phrase)

If someone frats it up, they go from frat house to frat house attending different parties. Downtown is too expensive, tonight were going to frat it up!

frat mat
(noun phrase)

If someone calls a girl a frat mat, she is known to sleep around with a lot of men, particularly members of fraternities. Shortened from frat mattress. “Double-bag it with her, man. She’s a total frat mat.

fratmosphere
(noun)

If you are stuck in the fratmosphere, you are stuck in traffic on Milledge Avenue during rush week or due to any other Greek event. It looks like we won’t make it to the movie tonight because we’re stuck in the fratmosphere

frat pack
(noun phrase)

If you are in a frat pack, you are a part of a group of male fraternity members. I just saw Cameron with his frat pack of Sig Eps on Milledge again.

fratstar
(noun)

A guy is a fratstar if he is in a fraternity and wears stereotypically “preppy” clothes, such as Polo, Lacoste, Guy Harvey, and PFG. I hate riding the Milledge bus because I have to be around a bunch of fratstars.

fratty
(adjective)

If a guy is fratty, it means he acts and dresses in the manner of a fraternity guy. Brent has been acting and looking very fratty lately in his Northface jacket and camouflage hat.

See fratastic.
freak
(noun)

1. If someone calls a person a freak, that person acts or dresses unexpectedly different. You mean he actually said no to Tina's advances? What a freak!  2. If a girl is sexually adventurous and uninhibited, she may be described as a freak. Some consider this offensive. Mary can be pretty wild in bed sometimes; she's a freak.

freaking
(adverb)

Freaking” is a word that can be used in the same context as “very” or “really.” It intensifies the word it modifies. That test was so freaking hard.

See f**king.
freaking
(verb)

1. If you are freaking with someone, you are having sex with them. Carl is freaking with that girl he picked up downtown.  2. If someone is freaking someone else, then they are dancing with that person in a very provocative or sexually suggestive manner. Can be mildly offensive if not used between friends. John was freaking that girl so bad on the dance floor last night they almost needed a private room.

freak out
(verb phrase)

1. If someone freaks you out, then they surprise you. When they yelled "surprise!" as I walked into the room, I got freaked out 2. If something freaks you out, it disgusts you. Seeing that dead possum in my driveway really freaked me out.  3. If you freak out, you start acting erratic, angry, or crazy. When I found out that he cheated on me, I freaked out and threw a book at the wall.

freaky
(adjective)

If a girl is freaky, then she is very sexually adventurous or uninhibited. Some consider this term offensive. My friend said that Mary likes some kinky stuff; she's pretty freaky.

free ballin'
(verb phrase)

If someone says they are free ballin', they mean that they are not wearing any underwear. This phrase is used mainly by men. Kristi wouldn't have pulled Jake's pants down if she had known he was free ballin' that day.

See commando.
freeze up
(verb phrase)

If a computer freezes up, it stops responding to the keyboard or mouse. Tim was typing the word "fragment" until his computer froze up after "frag."

See frag.
french
(verb)

If you say someone is frenching someone else, you mean they are making out. Here is the rule for today's truth or dare: if you choose dare, you have to french the girl across from you.

French shower/bath
(noun)

If you take a French shower or bath, you use not soap and water but deodorant and cologne. Sally was late waking up this morning, so she took a French shower instead of a real one.

See Mexican shower.
fried
(adjective)

When someone is fried, they are under the influence of marijuana. I smoked a whole blunt by myself. I'm so fried!

See baked.
friend
(verb)

When you friend someone, you add them as a friend on a social network, especially Facebook. Have you friended that guy from your STAT class yet?

Comes from the phrase "add as friend" or "to add a friend" on Facebook and other social networking sites as a natural shortening and verbing.

friendly
(adjective)

If a girl is described as friendly, then she has been and continues to be sexually active with a lot of men. We lived with her for two years before we realized that she was an extremely friendly girl.

friend whore
(noun phrase)

If someone is a friend whore, they disapprovingly claim many casual acquaintances as close friends in order to look popular or utilize other people's social networks. Carrie is such a friend whore; she barely knows Jim but keeps calling him her friend because she wants a job at his dad's office.

friendzoned
(verb)

If someone has been friendzoned, they have no chance of romance or sexual relations with the particular person they have been pursuing. I was trying to hook up with Jill, but she told me she just likes being friends. Totally got friendzoned.

frienemy
(noun)

If you call someone a frienemy then they are technically your friend but you hate them at the same time. Chelsea is totally my frienemy, I let her borrow my nice shirt, and she returned it with a nasty stain on it.

[OED] 1953 W. Winchell in Nevada State Jrnl. 19 May 4/4 Howz about calling the Russians our Frienemies?

friggin'
(adverb)

"Friggin'" is another word for “very.” That midterm was so friggin' hard!!

See f**king.
frikkin'
(adverb)

"Frikkin'" is another word for “very.” I can't believe how frikkin' crowded the SLC has been this week.

See f**king.
fro
(noun)

If someone has a fro, they have expansive, frizzy hair. Since Jared's been growing the fro for 6 months, he can't wear his hat anymore.

1970 Time “The first sergeant..don't like no black man with a 'Fro.”

froldy
(noun)

A froldy is an old frat guy, usually found wandering Athens on and around gamedays. I was really pissed when that group of froldies came in the restaurant until they tipped me twenty dollars each.

See Tailgating Help page.
front
(verb)

1. If someone is fronting, they are lying, or putting up a false image. Just be honest with me and stop fronting 2. If someone is fronting, they are being confrontational to the point that they might start a fight. Man, don't be fronting with T.J. He's got a gun!  3. If someone fronts someone money, they are loaning them money for a purchase. I fronted him $200 for the pot yesterday, which I'll pick up by this weekend.

front pewer
(noun phrase)

If someone is called a front pewer, it means that they are very religious and outspoken about practicing their religion, almost to a point of excess. Susie can be such an annoying front pewer. I wish she wouldn't rub in my face how much of a Christian she is. 

See Bible hugger.
frosh
(noun)

When someone is a freshman in college, then they are a frosh. This is not meant to be an offensive term for freshmen. This year UGA admitted a lot of new froshes.

1915 Univ. Oklahoman “Some of the more advanced among the Frosch are holding out for 'Back to Nature' garb”

fro yo
(noun)

Fro yo is a shortened name for frozen yogurt. "Do you want to go get something for dessert later on?" "Yeah let’s go get some delicious fro yo."

fruit fly
(noun)

If a girl is referred to as a fruit fly, she is drawn to hang out with gay men. Tracy hangs out with the gays all of the time, she’s a total fruit fly.

See fag hag.
fruit loop
(noun)

When someone is in the fruit loop, they are privy to the gossip of gay men and women in the area. Katie hung out with her gay friends last night; now she's in the fruit loop.

fruity
(adjective)

1. If someone is called fruity, that means they act in a manner that might be thought of as gay. His gestures and the way he talked were too fruity!  2. If someone is called fruity, that means they are really odd and quirky. The guy juggling and singing on the corner was really fruity.

frumpy
(adjective)

If someone is dressed frumpy, then they are wearing baggy clothes that look old. I never understood the whole frumpy look. I guess those people just don't care.

FTFY
(acronym)

1. FTFY is an acronym for “fixed that for you,” and is used online to correct a person’s mistake:“South America is a continent.”“*Country. FTFY 2. It may also be used insincerely to alter the meaning of their comment entirely: “I am the best at Frisbee!”“Worst. FTFY

ftw
(interjection)

When someone says “FTW,” they are expressing approval of something despite social norms and the possible disapproval of others. This idiom (meaning “f**k the what”) comes from the reversal of WTF (what the f**k) and most often appears in written form with the thing being mentioned. 133t 5p34k FTW! See Teh Interwebz Help Page.

ftw
(interjection)

for the win  When someone says for the win, they mean that something has either won an argument or done something else with great success. The term can, and often is abbreviated, ftw. “Did you hear how John got his new job in DC?” “Heh, yeah, having five semesters of Mandarin on your resumé for the win.”

FTW
(abbreviation)

If someone says "FTW," they means "for the win." This term is generally used on the internet to approve of something or to praise a sports team. "Have you seen Inception yet?" "Yeah, on IMAX FTW!"

F.U.
(abbreviation, verb phrase) If someone types the letters F.U., they are very angry and want to say 'f**k you'. This term is often very offensive to many people.
fubar
(adjective)

If something is fubar, it means they are f**ked up beyond all recognition, or disheveled from some event. I went to a party last night, and drank so much that I was fubar.

[OED] 1944 Yank 7 Jan. 8 The FUBAR Squadron...FUBAR? It means ‘Fouled Up Beyond All Recognition’.

fucktarded
(adjective)

If somebody is fucktarded, they are so frustratingly foolish or annoying as to induce cursing. John just ran into the room and pantsed me in front of my crush. Ugh, he is so fucktarded

fudge packer
(noun phrase)

If a guy is a fudge packer, he enjoys anal sex. This is considered offensive by some. Christina you may want to give up on Tommy, he's a fudge packer you know.

See pack fudge.
fugly
(adjective)

If a person is described as fugly, then they are extremely unattractive. A combination of the words “f**king” and “ugly.” It always got Eric upset when the fugly girls would dance on the bar.

[OED] a1970 in R. J. Rayward More than Mere Bravo (1989) 122 Fugly, an extremely ugly woman. A blending of ‘f**king’ and ‘ugly’ to describe the woman.

fularious
(adjective)

If something is fularious, it is extremely funny. When Jackie was drunk and started hitting on the statue in the corner of the bar, it was fularious.

funbags
(noun)

Funbags are breasts that are artificially big. Look at those funbags she got after her boob job!

See stacked.
fungry
(adjective)

If you say fungry, combining the word “f**king” and “hungry,” you mean you are very hungry. I have been working on this project for ten hours straight. I am so fungry right now.

funnel
(verb)

If you funnel beer, then you are drinking beer poured through a beer bong, or a funnel that is connected to a tube. Over spring break, I funneled beer at the beach.

furry
(noun)

If someone calls someone else a furry, that person is claiming they have an abnormal fixation on anthropomorphic animals, which can include dressing up in fur suits and attending conventions, drawing or viewing pornographic drawings, and/or other sexually deviant behavior. I heard Dave was a furry, so I checked his closet and, sure enough, I saw a wolf costume.

fwap
(verb)

1. If a person fwaps, it means they are masturbating. So last night I totally caught my roommate fwapping to Lady Gaga.  2. If a person fwaps someone else, they hit them, typically in a playful manner. It can also indicate flirting. Alex said that Jane’s clothes looked nice on her, and she fwapped him while blushing.

G
(noun) 1 When you call someone G, you imply they are your friend. This casual term is more frequently used between men. He greeted his friend by saying, "Yo, G." 2 A G is a thousand dollars. I spent over 50 G's on my Lexus. 3 A G is a gangster or criminal. Biggie Smalls was a G, but he gave up the thug's life to become a rap superstar.
G2
(noun)

G2 refers to the Geography/Geology building. I'm headed over to the G2 to take my Cultural Geography test.

gallon challenge
(noun phrase)

If someone does a gallon challenge, they attempt to drink an entire gallon of milk in an hour without throwing up. Zach had almost finished all the milk with twenty minutes left in his gallon challenge, before throwing up in the garbage can.

Galo
(noun)

Galo is a negative way to refer to the popular video game Halo. "Can we watch the new Family Guy episode on your DVR?"  "No, my roommates are in there playing Galo and they will never let us."

game
(noun)

When someone talks about a guy's game, they are referring to his skill and methods in hitting on and picking up girls. Look at Perry trying to run some game on that girl. Pretty sad that he doesn't realize how bad he is.

game
(adjective)

If someone is game for something, then they are open to that idea. I'm game for just going to Son's and drinking some beer.

[OED2] GAME n. 15. 1765 Meretriciad 20 You're game egad—too much for such a cur. 

gamer
(noun)

If someone is a gamer, they play video games as a hobby and therefore know a lot about them. Alex is a serious gamer. He eats and sleeps Halo.

gangsta
(noun)

If you call someone a gangsta, that person projects an image of toughness by breaking laws, carrying weapons, or displaying a hip-hop lifestyle. Todd acts like such a gangsta, but a real gangsta would have him for lunch. [OED2] 1988 ‘ICE CUBE’ et al. (title of song) Gangsta gangsta.

gangsta bitch
(noun phrase)

A gangsta bitch is a girl who hangs out with or participates with a gang-related crowd. In downtown Atlanta around Boulevard Road, you can see all those gangsta bitches.

gassed
(adjective)

If someone is gassed they are exhausted, especially after physical activity. We had no substitutes in our soccer game last night, so by the time the game was over everybody was completely gassed[OED2] 1863 Mechanics' Mag. 24 Dec. 903/2 The old joke that represented a man who was half-seas over as being ‘gassed’, will not be found far from the truth after all.

gassed
(adjective)

If a person is gassed, they are very excited. I’m so gassed about the football game next week!

See wat.
GATA
(verb phrase)

G.A.T.A. is an acronym for get at that ass. People often use it in terms of competition at a sporting event. We play Florida this weekend! I cannot wait to G.A.T.A.

gawh
(interjection)

You say “gawh” if you want to express joking dismay. The term is another form of “god!” Gawh Charlie, quit hogging all the chips! [OED2] 1877 G. MEREDITH Let. 24 Nov. (1970) I. 553 Your Black Christian..appears to have been blest by Gawd recently.

gay
(adjective)

If something is described as gay, it is irritating, annoying or unpleasant. Many consider this usage homophobic and offensive. "Look at all this homework we have this weekend." "That's so gay."

gaybors
(noun)

Gaybors are neighbors that are stereotypically gay. Typically characterized by wearing immensely fashionable hipster gear, immaculate hair cuts, and attentding pay-to-enter parties. I would really be mad at the gaybors for puking in our bushes if they didn't look so fashionable while doing it.

gaydar
(noun)

If someone claims that they have a gaydar, they are claiming that they can detect whether another individual is homosexual without any obvious indications of that person being gay. Whoa! Look at that guy wearing spandex. My gaydar is going crazy!

[OED2] 1982 Village Voice (N.Y.) Blend of gay and radar.

gazongas
(noun)

If a woman is said to have gazongas, it means she has very large breasts. Did you see the gazongas on her? I’m surprised she doesn’t topple over!

GBF
(abbreviation)

GBF is an acronym for "Gay Best Friend." Invite your GBF to come out with us tonight! He is always so fun!

GDI
(noun phrase)

When someone calls a person a GDI, they are calling them a “god damn independent.” It is commonly used by the Greek to refer to a person unaffiliated with Greek life. Did you see that guy wearing the cargo shorts and Hollister shirt? That guy looks like a total GDI.

GDI
(interjection)

GDI stands for “god damn it.” It is usually typed without punctuation. I forgot my phone again! GDI.

geek
(verb)

If you are geeking then you are high on a stimulant such as cocaine. I was geeking my nuts off when my dad called me on the phone.

geek
(noun)

If some one says another person is a geek, they mean that person spends a lot of time and energy in a certain area of study and lacks social graces. The term is generally preceded by that area of study. Mary is cool but she is such a science geek. [OED2] Cf. NERD n.1957 J. KEROUAC Let. 1 Oct. in Sel. Lett. 1957–69 (1999) 66 Unbelievable number of events almost impossible to remember, including..Brooklyn College wanted me to lecture to eager students and big geek questions to answer.

See nerd.
Generation XL
(noun phrase)

When someone is in the Generation XL, they are in a group of kids that are usually considered obese. The older generations can refer to their younger counterparts in this way, due to the rise of obesity in first-world countries. My niece Stephanie is definitely part of Generation XL, because she doesn’t eat anything but pizza for dinner most days.

gentleman and a scholar
(noun phrase)

If a guy calls another guy a gentleman and a scholar, then he is acknowledging him for having done something admirable. Dude that was brilliant! You, sir, are a gentleman and a scholar.

george
(noun)

If someone says that someone else has a george they mean the person has copious pubic hair. I finally sealed the deal with that girl I have been dating, man she had a massive george!

Georgia peach
(noun) When a girl is called a Georgia peach, it means that she is considered to be an attractive girl from Georgia. Whenever Kim goes into the bars downtown, boys tell her she is a true Georgia peach.
get after it
(verb phrase)

If someone tells you to get after it while playing a sport, they are telling you to perform better. We are losing by ten points so get after it!

get a piece
(verb phrase)

If someone says you should get a piece, they are suggesting that you have sex with someone. I told Mikey that he needed to get a piece tonight so he would be in a better mood.

get a room
(verb phrase)

If someone tells a couple to get a room, they are implying that the couple is being too affectionate in public and should move to a private location. Often used in a disapproving manner, especially when directed to strangers, but also used jokingly among friends. After Josh and Lisa started making out in front of Jittery Joe's, I told them to go get a room.

get at me
(verb phrase)

If someone tells you “get at me,” then they are asking you to get in touch with them. I will see you later; get at me sometime, alright?

get back in the game
(verb phrase)

When someone is getting back in the game, they are starting to date again after a prolonged period of not doing so or of monogamy. David broke up with his girlfriend last night and now he's getting back in the game.

get burned
(verb)

If you say someone got burned you mean they had unprotected sex with someone and contracted an STD from them. Almost always used as get or got burned. Derek told me he has gotten burned by two girls in his life.

get down
(verb phrase)

1. If you get down, you are having fun. Everybody was getting down at last weekend's party.  2. If you get down, then you are dancing. You should have seen Jason get down at the club.

get down and dirty
(verb phrase)

If two people are getting down and dirty, they are engaging in sexual activities. This is usually used in a non-offensive, humorous way. Did you hear about James and Marie? They got down and dirty last night after the party.

get into it
(verb phrase)

If two people get into it, they either verbally argue or physically fight. Jenny and her sister got into it over whose turn it was to take out the trash. 

get off
(verb phrase)

If someone gets off on something, it pleases them extremely as if to the point of sexual arousal and possibly orgasm. Okay, we know you like your X-Box, but don't get off on it.

[OED2]1973 Globe & Mail (Toronto) 11 May 43/3  Yeah, there are hockey chicks, girls who get off on jocks.

get off
(interjection)

If someone tells you “get off,” you have told them something unbelievable or outrageous. Anna and Jason are dating? Get off!

get off
(verb phrase)

1. When a guy is getting off, then he is masturbating or ejaculating. Michael always likes to get off before he goes swimming with Angelika to prevent a stiff surprise.

[OED2]1973 D. LANG Freaks 30  Another time..Annie got off on her own fingerssurprise.

get off my nuts
(interjection)

If someone says get off my nuts, they are expressing their frustration with someone that is hassling them about something. Girl 1: You really need to finish your paper. Guy 1: I know, get off my nuts!

get one's drink on
(verb phrase)

If you get your drink on, then you are drinking. Chris was at the bar getting his drink on.

get one's freak on
(noun phrase)

If you get your freak on, you are dancing on the dance floor. Katie told John to get his freak on, so he showed the group his best moves.

get one's groove on
(verb phrase)

1. If you get your groove on, then you are dancing. Sheila was on the dance floor getting her groove on. 2. If you get your groove on, then you have sex with someone. Did you get your groove on with Melissa's sister like you wanted?

get one's weight up
(verb phrase)

1. If someone is asked to get their weight up, they is being told to collect themself or to regain composure. You need to forget about your woman problems and get your weight up if you want to be ready for the test tomorrow.  2. If someone is asked to get their weight up, they are being told to prepare for a fight. If you're gonna talk about my mom like that you'd better get your weight up.

get on my level
(Idiom)

When you say get on my level, you mean you are happy with life. I aced my exam, I got a hot date tonight, and tomorrow is pay day. Get on my level.

get owned
(verb phrase)

If someone gets owned, then they get beaten at something or do poorly. Tenth place in the tournament? You got owned, dude.

get pwned
(verb phrase)

If someone gets pwned, then they get severely beaten at something. This is pronounced “poned” or “pweened.” Me and David went a round of Unreal Tournament 2003 yesterday and I got pwned like nobody's business.

get rocked
(verb phrase)

If someone gets rocked, then they are beaten or fail to accomplish their present objective. You just got rocked by that red light. Now we have to sit here for another five minutes and wait for green.

get served
(verb phrase)

If someone gets served, then they have been beaten badly at something. Stephen was sorry he wanted a game of MarioKart, because he got served by Alan!

get slammed
(verb phrase)

When you get slammed, you are incredibly busy. It is often used in the restaurant industry. Holy shit, we got slammed tonight! I had 10 tables and half of them didn't have any drinks.

get (someone) hook, line, and sinker
(verb phrase)

If you say you got someone hook, line, and sinker, you have completely convinced them about something. I just impressed the boss. I got him hook, line, and sinker.

get tail
(verb phrase)

When a guy tries to get tail, he is trying to find a female sexual partner. This term is considered offensive by some women. Jeff won't get tail tonight wearing those stupid yellow pants.

get the boot
(verb phrase)

1. If you get the boot, you get fired from your job. Tony finally got the boot after his boss caught him smoking up behind the dumpster.  2. If you get the boot, your boyfriend or girlfriend dumps you. I got the boot from my boyfriend last night right after we banged.

get there
(interjection)

If you say "get there," you have done or achieved a desired goal. Aced my quiz today – get there!

getting it in
(verb phrase)

If a guy gets it in, he is having sexual intercourse. We’re all going downtown tonight. Hopefully I’ll find a girl and get it in.

getting weird
(verb phrase)

When someone says “lets get weird", they mean to go out and party hard, and get messed up. Getting really drunk and making an ass of yourself. Lets get weird at the Halloween party this weekend.

get told
(verb phrase)

If someone gets told, then they were yelled at or lectured for something wrong that they did. “Man, you really got told by Sally last night at that party!” “I know! She was really mad at me for breaking her television.”

get wrecked
(verb phrase)

If someone tells somebody to get wrecked, they are telling them to get lost. “Go do the dishes, man.” “Get wrecked, bro, I did them last time.”

get your dick wet
(verb phrase)

When a guy gets his dick wet, it means he had sex with a girl. Mike got his dick wet last night with some random girl.

get you some sugar
(verb phrase)

If you get you some sugar, then you share an intimate moment (making out, etc.) with someone. This phrase is usually used by a guy who is asking his friend if he made out with his date. It is sometimes spoken mockingly. Carl, did you get you some sugar last night?!

ghetto
(adjective)

1. If something is ghetto, then it has legitimate, low-income urban qualities. Georgia Square Mall is so ghetto. Every time I go there, I see a cop hauling away a loitering teenager.  2. If something is ghetto, then it is cheap or of poor quality. This chair is so ghetto that it broke when I sat in it.

[OED2] 1892 I. Zangwill Children of Ghetto “The particular Ghetto that is the dark background upon which our pictures will be cast is of voluntary formation.”

ghost
(verb)

When someone ghosts a hit when smoking marijuana, they hold in the hit until no smoke comes out when exhaled. I ghosted that bowl so as not to draw attention to myself at the concert at the Georgia Theatre.

gig
(verb)

if you gig someone you make fun of them or give them a hard time. I was going to tell Jim that I quit being a vegetarian, but I decided not to because he would just gig me.

gimp
(adjective)

If something or someone is gimp, then it is not right or proper, or it is disliked by the speaker. Don't you think that t- shirt is kind of gimp?

gimp
(noun)

If a friend is injured, one could lightheartedly mock them because they got hurt by calling them a gimp. While some use the word lightheartedly, others find it insensitive to people with disabilities. Hey gimp, let me sign your cast.

[OED2] 1925 Flynn's “Gimp, a lame leg.”

ginger
(noun)

A ginger is a red haired person. A family full of gingers just walked by.

ginormous
(adjective)

Something that is ginormous is considered to be very large. It is a combination of 'gigantic' and 'enormous.' I visited my rich friend's mansion, and it was ginormous! [OED2] 1948 in Partridge Dict. Forces' Slang.Etymology:  < gi- (in GIGANTIC adj.) + -normous (in ENORMOUS adj.)

girls, the
(noun)

The girls is another name for a women's breasts, usually when they are showing a lot of cleavage. Whoa, the girls are out tonight.

git 'er done
(interjection)

The expression git 'er done is a redneck way to reply affirmatively or to say 'Go for it.' Git 'er done, boy! You can chug that Natty Light in under two minutes!

This expression comes from the comedian Larry the Cable Guy, who popularized his original catchphrase from radio comedy around the late 1990's and the Blue Collar Comedy tour (beginning January 2000).

give a shit
(verb phrase)

If you give a shit about something or someone, then you care about it or them. This is mostly used in the negative with don't to express a lack of interest. I don't give a shit about finals this year, I am going to stay lushed for the entire week.

[OED2] 1918 J. DOS PASSOS Jrnl. 6 Oct. in Fourteenth Chron. (1973) 218, I didn't give a shit how much it cost.

give face
(verb phrase)

If you give face, you perform oral sex on a girl. When I get home I'm going to make Andrew give me face.

give props
(verb phrase)

When somebody gives props to someone, it means they honor them with respect and admiration. Meredith was given props by helping with a grad student's research project. [OED2] 1990 Chicago Tribune 29 July 2/4, I was one of the first female rappers, but I've always gotten my props.

See props.
give (someone) a shout
(verb phrase)

When you give someone a shout, you call them on the phone. I told Mike to give me a shout when he gets out of class.

give (someone) the Heisman
(verb phrase)

If someone gives somebody the Heisman, they dismiss them. Metaphorically, it is awarding someone a Heisman trophy for doing something stupid. Anna gave Jason the Heisman when he asked her out.

giving it up
(verb phrase)

If you say a girl is giving it up to someone, you mean they are having sex with them on a regular basis. Ever since I skipped out on that dinner with her family, Sheila stopped giving it up.

gleek
(noun)

If someone is a gleek, then they frequently watch the show “Glee” and exhibit somewhat obsessive behavior over it. Paola and Allie are such gleeks. They drove all the way to New York just to watch a concert that had the cast of “Glee” performing.

Glory
(noun) "Glory" is the name of the University of Georgia fight song. When the Redcoat band plays "Glory," the crowd claps along. Our other fight song is "Take Me Back to Old Athens Town."
glove
(noun)

If someone has a glove, they have a condom. Dan's girlfriend stopped taking birth control, so he knew he would have to start wearing a glove whenever they had sex.

glutard
(noun)

If someone calls you a glutard, then they are mocking your gluten free diet or ability toWhile some use the word lightheartedly, others find it insensitive to people  process gluten. Alex called Jack a glutard after he got sick from eating a sandwich last week.

goat
(noun)

If someone asks you for a goat they are asking for a dollar bill. Hey, could you loan me a goat? I need to get a drink.

GOAT
(phrase)

GOAT means the Greatest of All Time and is used to describe something that is really good.  J.Cole is the GOAT of our generation.

go down
(verb phrase)

1. If you go down on somebody than you are performing oral sex on them. Greg loves dating Nancy, because she loves to go down on him.  2. If something is going down, then it is happening. Something was going down at the Kappa Epsilon Gamma house as I drove by last night.

go DT
(verb phrase)

If you go DT, you are visiting the bars in downtown Athens. DT is a shortening of downtown. Nancy wanted to go DT Thursday but had a test Friday, so she had to wait for the weekend.

go figure
(interjection)

You add “go figure” to the end of a sentence in order to accentuate the obviousness of something. Of course Dave was going to cheat on Lila, I mean, go figure! He's never been faithful to a girlfriend! [OED2] 1980 N.Y. Times (Nexis) 19 Oct. XI. 18/5 The success rate drops right through to the 1973 graduates, although transfers from the late 70's seem to be taking an upward turn again. Funny. Go figure. colloq. (orig. and chiefly U.S.). go figure: used esp. as an invitation to consider something the speaker or writer considers bewildering, inexplicable, or ridiculous.

go green
(verb phrase)

When someone goes green, they have chosen a lifestyle or habits that are more conscientious to the environment. I decided to go green and start recycling more.

go ham on (somebody)
(verb phrase)

If someone says to go ham on somebody, then they are encouraging you to go crazy on someone, generally in a flirting or fighting sense. Man, Jose was about to go ham on those girls over there, but he chickened out.

going out
(verb phrase)

If someone says they are going out, they are saying they are going to the bars in downtown Athens. Hey Ashley, I don't have any homework so I'm going out tonight. Do you want to come?

gold digger
(noun phrase)

If someone is a gold digger then they are dating someone for their money. The term usually refers to females. Pam is a gold digger; she makes him buy her all that jewelry and perfume.

[OED2] 1920 B. Mantle in Best Plays of 1919-20 “'Jerry' Lamar is one of a band of pretty little salamanders known to Broadway as 'gold diggers', because they 'dig' for the gold of their gentlemen friends.”

gone
(adjective)

If someone is gone, they are heavily under the influence of alcohol or drugs. After that twelfth beer last night I was just gone, man.

gooch
(noun)

If someone is talking about the gooch, they are referring to the skin between the penis and the testicles. Last night I sat on a beer bottle and hurt my gooch.

goodies
(noun)

When someone refers to goodies, they are humorously referring to female genitalia. Her skirt is so short, I can practically see her goodies every time she leans over.

good ol' boy
(noun phrase)

If someone is a good ol' boy, they have strong southern roots and beliefs. Though good ol' boys are not necessarily considered rednecks, the name can be offensive to some Southerners. The Georgia state legislature is run by a bunch of Republican good ol' boys. [OED2] 1948 N. MAILER Naked & Dead (1949) ii. 25 What a bunch of good old boys there were in the platoon.

good to go
(adjective phrase)

If someone is good to go, then they are ready for the next event. As soon as I brush my teeth, I will be good to go.

google
(verb)

When you google something, you look it up using the internet search engine Google. I didn't know what my professor was talking about, but then I googled it after class and figured it out. 

The Denver Post, 2000, "Eggers is owner of probably the most Googled name out there right now."

Google-fu
(noun)

Google-fu is someone’s ability to use Google to find what they are looking for. I tried to find a torrent of Anchorman, but my google-fu is not very strong.

go out
(verb phrase)

When two people are going out, they are either casually or seriously dating. They've been going out for a year now.

got back
(verb phrase)

If you say someone got back, they have an attractive posterior. Of course I'm happy that my baby's got back, but my friends are always checking her out when she's busting out moves on the dance floor.

goth
(noun)

When someone calls a person a goth, they mean that person dresses in black and displays airs of depression, morbidity, and witchcraft. Although it was nearly summer, I saw several goths still wearing black tights and trench coats. [OED2] 1986 City Limits 15 Jan. 49 Hamish and Dave Birkman battled against traditional dancefloor ideas with a complete mish mash of funk, rock, goth.

go up
(verb phrase)

If someone goes up, then they have forgotten their lines in a play while on stage or have forgotten a speech that they are giving. The local production of “Hamlet” was great until the lead went up during the "to be or not to be" monologue.

grand
(noun)

A grand is a currency unit of $1000. For example, when you say ten grand, you mean ten thousand dollars. It cost my girlfriend two grand to bail me out. I owe her two thousand dollars now.

[OED2] 1921 Collier's 26 Mar. 24/2 ‘A hundred and fifty grands!’ I breathed.

grandma
(noun)

When someone takes a shot of grandma or has a drink with grandma, the beverage contains the liquor Grand Marnier. It is a shortened form of the name of the liquor. Chris is so particular with his drinks. He always orders a shot of grandma and chases it with Heineken.

grass
(noun)

Grass is another name for marijuana. I found some grass in my sock drawer from last semester, but it was too dry to smoke.

[OED2]1943 Time 19 July 54  Marijuana may be called..grass.

grassy-ass
(interjection)

If someone says grassy-ass, they are saying “Thank you”. From the mock  Spanish for gracias. “I stopped at McDonalds on the way home and got you a Big Mac.” “Awesome! Grassy-ass!”

Greek
(adjective)

If a person refers to something as Greek, they mean it involves fraternities or sororities. This term can be used in a derogatory manner. Boar's Head is too Greek for me. I get sick of seeing polo shirts and boat shoes at every turn. [OED2] 1888 J. BRYCE Amer. Commonw. III. cii. 454 The absence of colleges constituting social centres within a university has helped to develop..the Greek letter societies.

See Newbie Help Page for Greek life, 'Fratcabulary.'
green
(adjective)

When something is green, it is environmentally friendly. The new hybrid car Susan bought is green.

green
(noun)

Green is another name for marijuana. They went to smoke some green.

greens
(noun)

If someone gets greens, he or she is entitled to the first portion or share of something, usually marijuana. Hey dude, let me get greens on that blunt.

grenade
(noun)

A grenade is the solitary unattractive girl in a group of pretty girls. Take one for the team by going out with the grenade tonight.

See wingman.
grill
(noun)

A grill is a person's teeth, head, or face. She was really nice, but she needs some braces to fix that grill of hers.

grind
(verb)

If someone is grinding, they are dancing closely and erotically with their dance partner, with their pelvises in contact at all times. I didn't think you could grind to "The Electric Slide" but I've been proven wrong by that couple on the edge of the dance floor. Maybe they're glued together at the waist!

[OED2]1942 L. V. BERREY & M. VAN DEN BARK Amer. Thes. Slang §594/9 Do a hip dance,..grind.

grinder
(noun)

A grinder is a tool used to grind up marijuana. It can have different chambers for catching keef. “I prefer using a grinder as opposed to breaking up my weed with my fingers.” 

See keef.
grindin'
(verb)

If someone says that they are grindin' they are working really hard and are extremely focused on achieving some goal. This phrase is typically used with friends and close acquaintances when referring to working or studying. Related to the phrase on the grind. I been grindin' since school started in August.

G.R.I.T.S.
(noun)

G.R.I.T.S. is an acronym for girls raised in the south, used in a positive connotation. Martin is all about those G.R.I.T.S., because he says you can´t get them made right in the north.

This acronym was apparently first popularized by Atlanta rapper Cool Breeze. Breeze's goal is to bring attention to the hip hop community beneath the Mason-Dixon line. He raps of the "dirty South," Atlanta's East Point, and "g.r.i.t.s," or "girls raised in the South."[ St. Petersburg Times (Florida), June 11, 1999, Friday, WEEKEND; AUDIO FILES; Pg. 19, 1116 words, GINA VIVINETTO]

Grown Man Football
(adjective)

When a football fan says Grown Man football they are referring to playing football at a higher level.  The SEC is Grown Man football, son.

From a 2012 comment Missouri football player Sheldon Richardson made in reference to UGA playing football poorly calling it "old man football." The next week, UGA played and beat Missouri, and stated they played "Grown Man football."

grub
(noun)

When you are hungry for some grub, you want some food. Do you wanna grab some grub from the Grit? (verb) When someone grubs, they eat. Let's go to Son's of Italy and grub.

[OED2] 1659 Anc. Poems, Ball., etc. (Percy Soc.) 22 Let's joyne together; I'le pass my word this night Shall yield us grub, before the morning light

gtfo
(interjection)

If someone says “GTFO,” they are expressing their surprise and disbelief at a piece of news. It stands for “get the f**k out,” and the full expression is used is speech. “I just won the lottery for $1,000,000!” “GTFO!” “But you’re not getting any of the money.” “GTFO!”

guap
(noun)

If someone has a guap, they have a lot of money. Do you want to go shopping? Because I have a guap of money!

guido
(noun)

If someone calls a guy a guido, they mean he looks and acts like the stereotype of inhabitants of the Jersey Shore; for example,  he could be wearing spiked hair, gold chains, tight shirts, sunglasses, piercings, etc., as well as acting tough or with an attitude of extreme confidence. That guy is a true guido; it's December and he's wearing a tanktop!

[OED2] 1985, Probably comes from the Italian male forename Guido. "Russo proudly calls himself a 'Guido', a term used in local discos to describe a guy who is flashy, macho, and cool."

guns
(noun)

Guns is another word for arms. It usually refers to well-built, muscular arms and sometimes to a pitcher's arm (implying great velocity). Look at Jake's guns in that wifebeater; yummy! [OED2] 1929 N.Y. Times 2 June XX. 2/7   A player's arm is his ‘gun’ or his ‘wing’.

guys finger, bitches blow
(idiom)

When you say guys finger, bitches blow you are referring to a rule in the drinking game beer pong. In the instance a ball is circling a cup and has yet to land in the beer a guy is allowed to use his fingers to flip the ball out of the cup, and a girl is allowed to blow air behind the ball in an attempt to force the ball out of the cup. Guys and Dudes are interchangeable, they are both acceptable when establishing the rule. One of our house rules for beer pong is guys finger, bitches blow. Is that ok?

half ass
(adjective phrase)

If something is half ass, it is weak or meager. Having a hangover is a very half ass excuse for forgetting my birthday.

[OED2] 1959 N. Mailer Advts. for Myself (1961) 399  He spent years hobnobbing with gentlemanly shits and half-ass operators.

half ass
(verb phrase)

If you half ass something, then you only give it half the effort needed to do it well. Jerry half assed his paper so that he could head downtown.

half gallon homo
(noun phrase)

If someone is called a half gallon homo, they are someone who usually acts straight, but becomes extremely attracted to the same sex when drunk. Jen turns all half gallon homo and makes out with a chick at least every two weeks.

See drunksexual.
halp
(interjection)

Halp is an alternate spelling of “help” that is often used after hearing something hilarious. I’m so drunk that everything is ten times funnier than usual. Your jokes are so great! Halp!

hammer
(noun)

A hammer is a frisbee throw using the index and middle fingers and the thumb to hold the disc and throwing over the head. The disc travels in a vertical position until the end of the flight and then levels out upside down. It's hard to catch a hammer with the way it comes at you upside down.

hammered
(adjective)

If a person is hammered, he or she is extremely drunk. Mary and her friends got hammered last night and this morning felt very ill.

handle
(noun)

A handle is a half gallon bottle of liquor that has a small handle on it. Bill went to the liquor store and brought back a handle of Jack Daniels.

handy
(noun)

If a guy says that he was given a handy, it means he got a handjob. After putting the moves on Sarah for a month, she finally gave Steve a handy.

hang
(verb)

1. If you hang, you relax and keep to yourself. I don't feel well. I just want to hang at my apartment tonight.  2. If you hang with someone, you maintain a friendship with them. Even though he played basketball for Tech, I still hung with him on the court.

hang out
(verb phrase)

When you hang out, you participate in a leisure activity alone or with friends. I spent Saturday hanging out and playing Playstation 2.

happy trail
(noun phrase)

A happy trail is a path of body hair that starts at the navel and ends at crotch, blending into the pubic hair. A line of hair on a girl's lower stomach is not so pretty, but a man's happy trail can be very sexy. 

hardass
(noun)

1 a hardass is someone who thinks they are really tough or hard. Used sarcastically. It is mashed with hardcore. I skipped class yesterday. Oh man, what a hardass! 2 A hardass is someone who doesn't cut you any slack. Don't be such a hardass, he didn't mean to bump into you.

hardcore
(adverb)

Hardcore” is a synonym for “extremely.” Remember Tom, from our freshman yea? Well he is hardcore into Jesus now.

hashtag
(noun)

A hashtag is an afterthought expressed on Twitter. #GoDawgs [after a win by the team]

Hashtag
(Emotion Marker)

If you text or say the word Hashtag before an emotion or statement, then you are using Twitter’s Hashtag (#) feature in daily speech. I can’t believe we just beat Tennessee! #GoDawgs

hate on
(verb phrase)

1. If a guy accuses a girl of hatin' on him, he means that she is refuting his advances. Since I wouldn't let him buy a drink for me, Chris accused me of hatin' on him.  2. If a person hates on a someone else, they ridicule them. Cindy's always hatin' on Kelly just because Kelly is prettier than she is.

hater
(noun)

A hater is a person who is bitter, angry, or extremely jealous with somebody else for being successful. Jeff didn't like that I got a new car because he is a hater.

hat trick
(noun phrase)

1. If an athlete scores three goals in a game, then he or she has performed a hat trick. I was in the paper when I scored a hat trick against Minnesota.  2. If someone achieves a hat trick, they have had sex with three different girls in one night. I was impressed with Jeff; he scored a hat trick with Stacy, Amanda, and Leslie.

haul ass
(verb phrase)

If someone is hauling ass, they are hurrying somewhere. Look at Richard hauling ass in his Chevy Blazer. I hope a cop doesn't see him.

[OED2] 1918 L. G. Noyes Gloss. U.S. Navy Slang (MS) , To haul ass, meaning ‘to leave’ or ‘to get out’.

have one's period
(verb phrase)

If a girl says she is having her period she means she is menstruating. I'm having my period right now.

haxor
(noun)

A haxor is a hacker. Back in middle school I was a full-time haxor. See Teh Interwebz Help Page.

head
(noun)

If someone gives someone head, they are performing oral sex on that person. Man, my girlfriend is so stingy in the bedroom I'm lucky if I get head once every two weeks.

See brain.
headlights
(noun)

If someone says a girl has headlights, they mean her nipples are showing through her shirt. Martha looked down and saw she had monstrous headlights from the cold weather. 

See nipply.
heads
(noun)

If someone refers to heads, they are talking about people. There were a bunch of heads out last night.

heads up
(noun phrase)

If someone gets a heads up, then they are given advance notice. I gave Kevin a heads up on the pop quiz in his math class so he can have time to study since he missed class last week.

heads up
(interjection)

If someone says “heads up,” they are throwing something in your direction and suggesting that you catch it. Hugh yelled “heads up!” and threw me the keys.

[OED2] 1916 Daily Rev. (Decatur, Illinois) 8 Aug. 11/2   It is customary for the foreman of the crew to cry ‘Heads up’ as a warning, then the conductor signals the engineer to pull ahead about a car length.

heady
(adjective)

If something is heady, than it is of high quality, good, or desirable. Matt's car speaker system is one heady piece of machinery. You can hear its bass for miles.

heart
(verb)

If you tell another person you heart them, you are saying you like them. Donna is so sweet, she gave me her last piece of popcorn. I heart her.

hella
(adverb)

If you add “hella” to an adjective, then the description is intensified. This is a synonym for “very.” The new Lexus GS 300 is hella cool!

[OED2] 1987 Toronto Star 11 Apr. m2/4 The horse went hella whoopin' down the trail. 

hells
(interjection)

If you say hells, you mean "hell," but jokingly intensified. It is frequently used with “yes” or “no.” Aw, hells no. I can't believe Georgia didn't get invited to the NCAAs.

hellz yeah
(expression)

When you say hellz yeah you are expressing affirmation or approval. Are you coming to play Super Smash with us later? Hellz yeah!

Hennessey
(noun)

Hennessey, the name of the fine cognac, now extended to any hard liquor similar to cognac. Courtney brought Kenny some Hennessey because he plays basketball. Used in rap music and the African-American community. See also Drinking Help Page.

hentai
(noun)

If someone watches hentai, they watch pornography in the form of Japanese animated cartoons. This word is usually only used by anime fans. They put the hentai in the back of the video store so the little kids don't see it.

herb
(noun)

Herb is another name for marijuana. When it comes to drugs, I don't do hardcore stuff. I just smoke a little herb now and then.

herre
(adverb)

If you say herre, you mean here. This term is used in a humorous manner. Hey man, toss that beer over herre.

See thurr.
heterofabulous
(adjective)

If a guy is heterofabulous, he is heterosexual but dresses very well. John isn't gay, he's just heterofabulous.

high maintenance
(adjective phrase)

If someone is high maintenance, then they need a lot of attention and gifts. This usually refers to girls. I couldn't stand it any longer; I had to break up with Lesley. She was too high maintenance.

highwaters
(noun)

Highwaters are pants that are too short and make you look like a dork. This term is used in a negative way. Danielle needs to buy some new pants because those highwaters are not attractive.

hilare
(adjective)

If something or someone is hilare then they are really funny. This is shortened version of the word “hilarious” and usually used only in speech. Did you ever get to meet Jennifer at the party last night? She is totes hilare.

hip
(adjective)

If you say something or someone is hip, you mean they are up-to-date, in style, and cool. Hey, I love your fixed-gear bicycle. That's so hip!

[OED2] 1904 G. V. Hobart Jim Hickey i. 15 At this rate it'll take about 629 shows to get us to Jersey City, are you hip?

hippy flipping
(verb)

When someone takes shrooms and molly at the same time they are said to be hippy flipping. I was just going to take some molly, but I found some shrooms in my room so I’m going to be hippy flipping instead.

hippy hill
(noun phrase)

If you refer to hippy hill, you mean the portion of Athens that begins after passing Baldwin Street on Lexington Avenue when you cut off to go up the hill on Oconee Street. This is derived from the fact that many of the residents that live in this area are said to smoke marijuana. Let's drive over to hippy hill so I can pick up that sack.

hipster
(noun)

If someone is a hipster, they listen to obscure indie bands and wear non-mainstream clothing such as skinny jeans, dark-rimmed glasses, and plaid shirts. Ellis is such a hipster, he’s going to a Fleet Foxes concert tonight.

(OED2) 1941. Comes from [hip] + [-ster] “Carrying his language and his new philosophy like concealed weapons, the hipster set out to conquer the world.”

hit it
(verb)

If two people hit it, they have sex. Anna and Teddy hit it last night after they went back to his apartment from downtown.

hit it raw
(verb phrase)

When a man hits it raw, he has sex without a condom. Dan said his girlfriend started taking birth control pills so now he could start hittin' it raw.

hit (someone) up
(verb phrase)

1. If you tell someone to hit you up, you want them to contact you. Hit me up if you find out where Jeff's party is.  2. If someone hits you up for something, they want to borrow something from you. Every other day Harry hits me up for a cigarette. When will he buy his own pack?

hit that
(verb phrase)

If someone says that they want to or would hit that, they mean they want to have sex with a particular person. Check out that girl over there. I want to hit that!

hit the sack
(verb phrase)

If you hit the sack, then you go to bed. I'm going to hit the sack early tonight because I have to be up at 5:30 AM.

hit the wall
(verb phrase)

1. When someone hits the wall while running, they feel as if their legs will no longer work. After a hundred meters, I hit the wall and had to quit.  2. When someone hits the wall, they reach the end of their efforts and cannot exert any more energy. I studied for ten hours straight until I hit the wall of exhaustion.

hit up
(verb phrase)

When you hit up a location, you are going to that place. Let's hit up the Taco Stand before we go to the party.

ho
(noun)

A ho is a promiscuous girl. Look at how Jenny's flirting with my boyfriend. What a ho!

See skank.

[OED2] 1964 R. D. Abrahams Deep down in Jungle Gloss. “Main ho', best girlfriend.”

HOASIS
(noun) HOASIS is a pejorative name for OASIS. I hate going on HOASIS during drop/add, it keeps kicking me off. This word is a blend of ho and Oasis, UGA's online registration system.
ho boots
(noun phrase)

Ho boots are sexy boots with high heels. After getting dumped, I thought I'd wear my ho boots downtown to show that bastard what he was missing out on.

See f**k-me boots.
hog
(verb)

If someone is hogging something, they are using it too much, not giving anyone else a chance to use it. Dude, quit hogging the computer! You're just checking Facebook while some of us have papers to write!

holding
(verb)

1. If someone is holding, they possess a weapon, usually a gun. Does it worry you that those drunk frat boys might be holding? See carry and come heavy.  2. If someone is holding, they have drugs with them. If you want some mids talk to Jeff, he’s holding

holla
(verb)

When a person is attempting to make someone their love interest they are said to be trying to holla, similar to courting. I’m trying to holla at this cute girl in my French class.

holla
(interjection)

If you cry “holla,” you announce your arrival or departure. Holla! Let's get this party started!

[OED2]1598 Shakespeare Love's Labour's Lost v. ii. 900 Holla, approach.

holla back
(verb phrase)

When someone hollas back, they reply to someone. Dan, holla back at me, man.

holler
(interjection)

1. If you shout "holler," you are expressing emphatic affirmation, approval, or recognition of something. "I just got a new job!" "Holler!" 2. If you shout "holler" at someone, you are greeting them. "Hey, Bill." "Holler!"

holler
(verb)

If someone says they will holler at you then they mean they will call you later. I'm busy right now. Can I holler at you later?  (noun) If someone gives you a holler, they call you. Give me a holler tonight when I get off work.

holler back at that
(interjection)

If you respond to something by saying "holler back at that," you are expressing affirmation or approval of that thing. "I just got a new job!" "Holler back at that!"

holmes
(noun)

If you address someone as holmes, you mean that person is your homey or close friend. Yo, holmes, how'd you make out with Cindy Lou last night?

See homeboy
homeboy
(noun)

If you call a guy your homeboy, he is your good friend. A couple of Timmy's homeboys are coming over tonight to play football.

See homey.
homegirl
(noun)

If you call a girl your homegirl, she is a good friend of yours. Katie is my homegirl. We hang out all the time. 

See holmes.
homes
(noun)

If you address someone as homes, you mean that person is your homey or close friend. Yo, homes, are we going to the Georgia Bar tonight?

See holmes.
homeslice
(noun)

If you call someone homeslice, you mean that they are a good friend. Me and my homeslice are going to chill down at the mall today.

homey
(noun)

If you call somebody your homey, you mean they are your close friend. My homey talked with all the ladies at The Winery.

See holmes.
hon
(noun)

If you call someone hon, you endearingly refer to your boyfriend or girlfriend. Short for "honey." Will you pick me up after class, hon?

[OED2] 1906 Dial. Notes 3 141 Hon', sweetheart, darling, baby. ‘Going to school, hon'?’ Very common in addressing children of a tender age.

honker
(noun)

When something is a honker, it is very large. Her engagement ring is a real honker.

honking
(adjective)

When something is honking, it is very large. Take a look at that big honking ring!

honky
(noun)

If you call someone a honky, you mean, negatively, that they are a white person. Hey, honky, don't be trying to rap.

hooch
(noun)

1. If you are having some hooch, then you're drinking homemade liquor. Bill made some hooch in his garage and it tastes pretty good this time.  2. If you are drinking a Hooch, then you have a brand-name citrus flavored malt liquor beverage. I'm going to Kroger for a six-pack of Hooch.

hoochie
(adjective)

If something is described as hoochie, it indicates that its owner is promiscuous. Look at how short Kayla's skirt is! That's a hoochie skirt if I ever saw one.

hoochie
(noun)

If you call a girl a hoochie, then you mean that she is promiscuous. That hoochie slept with three different guys this week.

[OED2] 1989 ‘Big Daddy Kane’ Pimpin' Ain't Easy (transcription of song) in www.lyricsfreak.com, 'Specially if the hoochie's on birth control.

hook up
(verb phrase)

If someone hooks up, then he or she physically engages in an intimate manner, and may or may not have sex with them. Did you hear, Ben hooked up with Sarah last night.

[OED2] 1903 G. Ade People you Know “Then he hooked up with Laura so as to get a real Home.”

hook up
(noun phrase)

1. A hook up is a source for goods or privileges. Jay has a hook up for Quiet Riot tickets.  2. A hook up is the act of engaging in physically intimate behavior with someone. I'm sick of hearing about all of his hook ups.

hook up
(verb)

If two people hook up, they meet up, usually at a previously agreed upon place. Alright, John, we'll hook up by the SLC later to get that project started.

Hoopin'
(verb) If you are hoopin' then you are playing basketball, usually in an informal setting. What are you guys doin' this afternoon? Hoopin'.
hoops
(noun)

Hoops is another name for basketball. Let's go to Ramsey and play some hoops tonight. 

Hosed
(adjective) If someone is hosed, then that person is very drunk. My friends and I want to get hosed tonight!
hot
(adjective)

1. If someone is hot, then they are sexually attractive. Brittany thinks Brad Pitt is really hot.  2. If something is hot, then it is very appealing or highly liked. Check out those hot rims, I need to buy some like that.

hotbox
(verb)

When you hotbox a car or a small room, you smoke marijuana while sitting inside it with the windows and doors shut, causing the area to fill with smoke. Jeff and I couldn't open the door when our RA came by last night because we had hotboxed our room.

hot mess
(noun phrase)

If someone is called a hot mess, it means they look ridiculous while trying to appear sexy or cute. Jamie looked like such a hot mess last night with that crazy makeup and those ridiculous shoes!

Hot Mess
(noun) A hot mess is a person whose appearance is less attractive than normal. Look at Diane. She's a hot mess today.
Hot Minute
(noun) If someone is going to do something in a hot minute, they are going to do something very quickly. This party is lame; I'm going to head downtown in a hot minute.
hot relations
(noun phrase)

If someone is having hot relations, then they are in a sexual relationship with another person. I heard Steve and Donna were having some hot relations now.

hot sex
(adjective phrase)

When you say that a guy or girl is hot sex, it means that they are very attractive. Josh is hot sex; all of the girls think that he is very good looking.

hottie
(noun)

A hottie is someone, usually a guy, who is extremely good looking. There are so many hotties in my geography class that I never skip.

howdy
(noun)

A howdy is a half of a shot. I wanna remember tonight, so only howdies for me!

howdy
(interjection)

If someone says “howdy,” they mean “hello.” Bill thought it odd when Sue said, "Howdy, stranger," until he recognized her.

how goes it?
(idiom)

If someone says "how goes it?," they are asking "how's it going?" I ran across my friend downtown and asked him, "How goes it?" 

[OED2]1764 T. Reid Let. in Wks. I. 40/2 After I have given you so full an account of my own state, spiritual and temporal, how goes it with you?

HUA
(interjection)

When someone says hua they are affirming the statement. It may be an exclamation of happiness. Hua is used mainly between Air Force ROTC students at UGA. It is an acronym for Hear Understood Acknowledge in the Air Force. This is pronounced as “who-ah.” I said “Let’s go to Inoko’s, the cheap one.”And Wriggins replied “HUA!”

hump
(verb)

1. When you hump something, you grind your pelvis against it in a sexual way. When Dan gets really drunk, he sometimes humps the couch.  2. If someone humps someone, they have sex with them. I just walked in on my roommates humping on the couch.

humps
(noun)

If you refer to a female's humps, you are talking about her figure, namely her breasts and butt. She's got him spending all his money on her because he loves her humps.

hunchpunch
(noun)

Hunchpunch is an alcoholic beverage usually made with kool-aid or fruit juice and hard liquor, often gin, vodka, or grain alcohol, that is served primarily at house parties in large quantities. I mixed some vodka and berry blue kool-aid to make the hunchpunch.

HYFR
(acronym)

If someone texts HYFR, they are typing the shortened form of Hell yeah fucking right. Did you ace the test? HYFR!

[OED2] Hell yeah f**king right was popularized by a 2012 song by rapper Drake “HYFR (Hell Yeah F**king Right)”.  “(And I say) Hell yeah Hell yeah, hell yeah F**kin’ right F**kin’ right, all right.”

I can dig it
(idiom)

When you say I can dig it, you are expressing your approval of a venture or decision that has been reached. The phrase tends to downplay the reaction for rhetorical effect. Class is cancelled on Friday? I can dig it.

I can't
(interjection)

If you say I can’t, you mean that you find something so hilarious that you have no words to describe it. I finally watched “The Room” for the first time and it was so hilariously bad I can’t.

ice
(verb)

If someone is iced, they are forced to drink a Smirnoff Ice after it is presented to them in a creative way. Upon finding the beverage, they always kneel on one knee and chug it. Last night Sam got iced so many times that he threw up.

ice
(noun)

Ice is another name for diamonds or other fancy jewelry. I got some ice on my wrist and it sure sparkles. [OED2] 1906 H. GREEN At Actor's Boarding House 26 Her in evenin' clothes and a bunch of ice on her hands.

iced out
(adjective phrase)

If a girl is all iced out, she is wearing a lot of jewelry. When Sarah entered the room, she was all iced out

See bling bling.
ice luge
(noun phrase)

An ice luge is a long block of ice with a groove carved in it that is tilted for shots of liquor to be poured down into someone's mouth. We picked up some liquor because Matt bought an ice luge for his party.

icing on the cake
(noun phrase)

If you say something is the icing on the cake, you mean that it is and positive edition to an already positive situation. Though Jim got a car for his birthday, the surprise party his friends threw for him was the icing on the cake. [OED2] 1973 R. PERRY nowhere man v. 100 It was quite a neat ploy, the icing on the cake.

IDGAF
(interjection)

IDGAF (I don’t give a f**k) is used to signify that a person does not care about something. It is usually spelled as an acronym but the full interjection is spoken as “ I don’t give a f**k.” I just dropped a penny but I didn’t pick it up because IDGAF.

IG
(noun)

IG is an acronym for Instagram, commonly used in texting. I am definitely going to post that photo of us on IG.

I know that feel
(idiom)

When someone says I know that feel, they sympathize with whatever has been said. “My cat died today.” ”I know that feel, bro. My cat died last week.”

ill
(adjective)

1. If something is ill, then it is good, tasty, or pleasing. Let's go to Angelo's and get some chicken parmesan, their food is ill 2. If a girl says she is ill, then she is bloated. Emily said she was ill and didn't feel like doing anything.  3.If someone says they are ill with something or someone, they are saying that they are upset or frustrated. I’m ill with my accounting class right now. There’s always so much homework.

I'm game
(verb phrase)

When someone says I'm game, then they are confirming or agreeing to do something. Jason asked if I wanted to go get some dinner with him and I said, "I'm game."

I'm good
(idiom) Another way of saying, "no thanks." "Do you want a Coke?" [You say]"No thanks, I'm good."
I'm out
(interjection) If you are out, then you are leaving. We can watch one more episode of The Simpsons and then I'm out.
In a good way
(adjective phrase) When you say in a good way you are trying to lessen the severity of an offensive statement. You're looking rough today, in a good way.
inb4
(prepositional phrase)

When a blogger prefaces something with inb4, they are directing the statement that follows to comments showing the opposing viewpoints in a thread. This is meant to convey apathy about the opposing viewpoint. So I hear half the football team got arrested for DUI. Inb4 we don’t win a single game this season.

in check
(adjective phrase)

If someone is in check, then they are being held under control or have been put in their place. You'd better keep your friend in check tonight. Last time he came out, he started a fight with four cops downtown.

Indian Standard Time (IST)
(noun phrase)

If someone is on IST, they are late to an event or late starting an event. This banquet was supposed to start an hour ago, they must be running on IST.

indie
(adjective)

If you say that someone is indie, then you mean they are characterized by an anti-establishment attitude, musical snobbery, and attire that includes thick-rimmed glasses and vintage T-shirts. Brad's girlfriend dumped him for some indie dude she met at Flicker. [OED2] 1942 L.V. BERREY & M. VAN DEN BARK Amer. Thes. slang §217/5 Indie, independent.

indo
(noun)

Indo is another name for marijuana. Cheech and Puff Daddy rode in the limo smoking indo.

insane
(adjective)

If something is insane, then it is incredibly intense. Did you see Georgia beat Kentucky in basketball the other day? That game was insane! [OED2] 1869 J. T. COLERIDGE Mem. J. Keble xxi. 534 The insane and excessive passion for athletics.

insta
(noun)

Insta is a shortened term for Instagram. Did you see the picture I posted on Insta yesterday?

instawhore
(noun)

An instawhore is someone who is always posting pictures of themselves on instagram. Brenda posted four pictures of herself on Instagram yesterday; she is such an instawhore.

internets
(noun)

If somebody surfs the internets, then they are they are looking at websites on the internet. I spent hours surfing the internets, and found three good websites about kittens! See Teh Interwebz Help Page.

in the bag
(idiom)

If something is in the bag, then it is completely taken care of. Mark told me not to worry about saving money for Spring Break because he had it in the bag.

[OED2] 1900 J. SCOTT Tales Colonial Turf 33 The neddy was in the bag in the Cup; he was no trier.

in the doghouse
(idiom)

When someone is in the doghouse they are in trouble with their romantic partner, especially when suspected of cheating. Joe's been in the doghouse ever since his girlfriend found a strange earring under his bed.

[OED2] 1955  J. B. PRIESTLEY & J. HAWKES Journey down Rainbow ii. 34   And the men, so often ‘in the dog house’..are baffled and miserable, telling one another that women have always been like this, not knowing what they want.

in the slammer
(idiom)

If you are in the slammer, you are in jail. After the fuzz found some weed in his glove compartment, Joe spent a couple days in the slammer.

In the weeds
(adjective phrase) If you are in the weeds, you are incredibly busy. It is often used in the restaurant industry. Speaker A: 'Hey, do you need any help?' Speaker B: 'Yes, I'm in the weeds. Could you go get my drinks from the bar?'
into
(idiom)

If you are into something, then you enjoy it. Robert was always really into riding his moped cross-country.

[OED2] 1969 Rolling Stone 28 Jan. 19/1, I tend to like the stuff the rock groups are doing because they're creative and original, and that's something I'm very much into.

IRL
(abbreviation)

IRL is a shortening of the phrase ‘in real life’ and generally refers to a situation where a fictional character or situation is replicated in reality. I wish I could date John Hamm IRL.

Iron triangle
(noun)

The Iron triangle is an area in Athens demarcated by Vine St., Gressom St. , and Nellie B Ave. which is frequented by criminals, drug-dealers, and panhandlers. Don’t park your bike near the Iron triangle; your bell might be stolen.

I see you
(verb phrase)

If someone says, “I see you,” they are acknowledging someone acting in a bold manner, either being cool or looking for attention. Tiffany walked over to meet a boy at the bar. Her friend yelled out, “Okay Tiff, I see you!”

ish
(noun)

If something is the ish, it is good or cool.This new laptop I got is the ish.

From rap songs circa 2002, which changed shit to ish in order to meet requirements for their songs to air on the radio.

-ish
(suffix) When -ish is added on to the end of a word usually an adjective it lessens the degree of that word. It is equivalent to kind of or sort of. Did you like the movie?ÔÇŁ ÔÇťIt was good..ish; it was so long that parts of it were boring.
issues
(noun)

If you say someone has issues, you mean he or she has emotional or mental problems needing to be worked through. This is often used to describe irrational behavior, even in the absence of a diagnosed psychological disorder. Try not to say anything about him and Shelly or he will get upset. He's still got some issues with the whole thing. [OED2] 1616 SHAKESPEARE Julius Caesar (1623) III. i. 297 There shall I try In my Oration, how the People take The cruell issue of these bloody men.

ITP
(adjective)

If you say ITP, you mean Inside The Perimeter, referring to anything inside I-285 in Atlanta, which is known as the Perimeter. ITP is seen as more prestigious than things outside the perimeter. I just got a job and I know it'll be good because it's ITP.

See OTP.
it's all good
(idiom)

If someone says “it's all good,” they are reassuring you that everything is alright and that they are content. I bumped into the guy and knocked his beer out of his hand. I apologized and he said “It's all good” and not to worry about it.

it's snowing
(verb phrase)

If you say it's snowing in Athens, you mean there is cocaine available in Athens. Paul told me it's snowing in his apartment tonight and that we should come over because he's got enough for us to party until 8am.

Itty Bitty Titty Committee
(noun phrase)

If a girl is said to be a member of the Itty Bitty Titty Committee, then she has a very small chest. This phrase is very offensive. Marcie's boobs are so small, she must be a member of the Itty Bitty Titty Committee.

See flat as an iron.
j
(noun)

A j is a joint. We should smoke a j on the ride to the show.

jacked
(adjective)

If you say someone is jacked, they have big, defined muscles. Did you see that softball player? Damn, she was jacked.

[OED2] Possibly from "jack up," or "to raise, increase; to force or bolster up," which comes from "jack," 1703. First modern citation: 2000, St. Louis Post-Dispatch "That's how jacked-up (muscular) he is."

jacked up
(adjective phrase)

If you describe something as jacked up, it is broken, incorrect, or tainted. Man, your car is all jacked up! It won't start.

Jager Bomb
(noun) A Jager Bomb is an alcoholic mixed drink consisting of Jagermeister and Red Bull. Let's go to the bar and get some Jager Bombs!
jailbait
(noun)

If a girl is jailbait, she is an underage girl who a guy is trying to get involved with sexually. Hey, don't go talk to her; she's jailbait. She doesn't even look like she is 16!

[OED2] 1934 J. T. Farrell Calico Shoes, “She's not hard on the eyes but she's jail bait.”

jam
(noun)

A jam is a get-together where people bring instruments and play music for fun. Hey Tom, are you bringing your Gibson to the jam at Jessie's Saturday? [OED2] 1929 Melody Maker Jan. 75/3 There are many variations on this rhythm..which make excellent breaks—or ‘jams.’

jam
(verb)

If you jam with someone, you play music with them. Hey, you guys are great musicians, we should jam sometime. [OED2] 1935 Stage Sept. 46/2 Jam, to improvise hot music, usually in groups.

jammy jam
(noun phrase)

A jammy jam is when someone stays over at the house of the person they are interested in, usually to have sex. Did you have a jammy jam last night with Luke? I noticed you never came home.

See pajama party.
jank
(adjective)

If someone calls something jank, it is of poor or substandard quality. This television show is jank, why are we watching it? 2. If something is jank, it is lame, worthless, and not cool. My laptop is being so jank today.

janky
(adjective)

If someone calls something janky, it is of poor or substandard quality. This textbook is janky – it’s falling apart! [OED2] 1993 Re;Re: She is Tough Persian Lady in soc.culture.iranian (Usenet newsgroup) 19 Apr., This is not your business any way... Stupid and..very janky, just like you.

See jank.
JAP
(noun)

If you call a girl a JAP, you are calling her a Jewish American Princess. The girl is a Jew who has been spoiled by her parents. It is generally deemed offensive to people of Jewish ancestry. Julie always wears Gucci her father buys for her, she's such a JAP. [OED2] [1966 L. TORNABENE What's Jewish Girl? 72 The royal robes of a J.S.P. [i.e.Jewish Super Princess]..Hermes..Mark Cross..Gucci..Cartier.]

japers
(noun)

Japers is a combination of the words ‘joint’ and ‘papers’, as in rolling papers. Hand me those japers, I’m gonna roll us a fatty!

jeal
(adjective)

If someone says they are jeal, it means they are extremely jealous of someone. I’m so jeal that you got tickets to the Georgia Tech game!

See jelly.
jelly
(adjective)

If someone says they are jelly, it means they are extremely jeaous of someone. Katie was so jelly of Kristen when she got with Katie’s crush.

Jesus
(adjective) When something is described as Jesus, it means that that person or object is overtly Christian. Did you see Cara's new Jesus shirt? It has a huge bible quote and cross embroidered on the front!
Jesus chicken
(noun phrase)

When someone mentions Jesus chicken, they mean Chick-fil-A. I want a chicken biscuit, but it's Sunday, so all the Jesus chickens are closed.

jet
(verb)

If someone has to jet, they must leave. I have to jet or I'll be late to work.

[OED2] 1530, and in 1546 quotation, "to 'depart', to die"; probably from Latin jacta re se or jacta ri, "to carry oneself confidently or conceitedly, probably derives more from "to travel by jet plane," cited as early as 1946.

jewfro
(noun)

1. If someone says a guy has a jewfro, they mean that he is a Jewish person with hair grown into a round poof resembling an afro. You know Jakob who works at the coffee shop; he's the kid with the jewfro.  2. A jewfro is a hairstyle resembling an afro that is worn by any non-African-American person. I can't believe the girls think that Jimmy's jewfro is stylish!

jill off
(verb)

When a girl Jills off, she is masturbating.  Jessica couldn’t find anybody to hook up with, so she just jilled off instead.

jimmy hat
(noun phrase)

A jimmy hat is a condom. If you are going to have sex, you should use a jimmy hat

[OED2] Featured in the song "Jimmy," by Boogie Down Productions, off the album By Any Means Necessary, released in 1988; "So run out and get your Jimmy Hats. It costs so little for a pack of three."

Jit, the
(noun)

If someone says that they are going to The Jit, they are going to Jittery Joe’s, the coffee house.We met Dave at The Jit for some coffee and bagels.

jizz
(verb)

When a guy jizzes, he ejaculates. I hate sitting on my little brother's bed 'cause I know he's probably jizzed all over it.

jizzalicious
(adjective)

If food is described as jizzalicious, it is extremely tasty. This cheeseburger is jizzalicious!

j/k
(abbreviation)

1. When someone writes j/k in an online chat room or instant message, they mean that they are just kidding. J/k, I didn't really make out with your boyfriend last night, but I did see him at the bar.  2. If someone actually says j/k, they are saying just kidding in an ironic, sarcastic, dismissive or playful sense. Your girlfriend is a total bitch?I mean... j/k!

joe
(noun)

Joe is coffee. Did you want to get some joe before we hit the road tomorrow morning? [OED2] 1944 K. D. MCCRACKEN Baby Flat-Top 87 Quartermasters..are inexhaustible in furnishing the Officer of the Deck with anything from the true wind and the relative humidity to a flashlight and a pot of Joe.

jonesing
(verb)

If you say you are jonesing for something, you mean you have an intense craving for it. I have been jonesing for some chocolate all day.

[OED2] From the noun Jones, noted as slang for "a drug addict's habit" and dating to 1968.

Jordanesque
(adjective) If someone describes a move in basketball as Jordanesque, then it is a spectacular move resembling one Michael Jordan would perform. Vince Carter had a Jordanesque dunk over Alonzo Mourning on Sunday.
jorts
(noun)

If someone is seen wearing jorts, they are wearing jeans cut-off as shorts, worn mostly by Florida fanatics and red-necks to southern concerts or sporting events. You can tell he’s a Florida fan by the mullet and jorts he’s wearing. 

(2005) Blend of jeans and shorts.

joshing
(verb)

If you are joshing someone, then you are joking around with them. Don't take that seriously, I was just joshing you.

[OED2] 1852, apparently coming from "Josh Billings, pseudonym of an American humorist"; the American humorist is Henry Wheeler Shaw (1818-1885).

jugs
(noun)

Jugs is another name for large breasts. Check out those jugs! They're bigger than my head! [OED2] 1957 F. KOHNER Gidget v. 54  ‘Look at those boobs!’ The whole gang came to life. ‘Ahhhh—the Ekberg!’..‘Some jugs!’

juiced
(adjective)

If someone is juiced, then they are on steroids or they are a steroid user. “Damn, when did Jason get so big?” “Oh, he's juiced man, the steroids made him swell up quickly.” [OED2] 1973  V. TERESA & T. C. RENNER My Life in Mafia xv.157 A juiced horse is no guarantee you'll win.

juice/juicing
(noun/verb)

If a guy is on juice or if he is juicing then he is using anabolic steroids. Good Lord Jody bulked up like crazy on that juice!

juke
(verb)

1. If you are juking, you mean you are moving with speed and agility in a difficult situation. She juked three lanes to the left to avoid having an accident.  2. When an athlete jukes an opposing player, they try to fake out their opponent. That wide receiver for the Falcons could juke his man out of his socks!

[OED2] from juke meaning "to dance, esp. at a juke-joint or to the music of a juke-box," earliest citation 1933; first citation of sports usage: 1979, The Washington Post, “The crowds there love the juking and faking. They aren't as concerned about the winning as they are about the show.”

jumblef**k
(noun)

1. When someone describes a place as a jumblef**k, they mean it is extremely crowded. Man, getting out of East Deck is a huge jumblef**k at this time of day.  2. When someone calls a situation a jumblef**k, they mean it is very difficult and unpleasant. Writing this paper is just a jumblef**k; I don’t even know what I’m doing.

jump the gun
(verb phrase)

If you jump the gun, you get ahead of yourself and come to conclusions without first attaining all relevant information. Don't jump the gun on that rumor. Ask Ashley about it before you accuse her of stabbing you in the back. [OED2] 1951 Economist 24 Nov. 1258/1 Col. Hanley, judge-advocate of the Eighth Army in Korea, first jumped the gun with statistics.

jungling
(verb)

If someone is jungling, they are playing a video or online game and keeping their character in the jungle rather than a more open area in order to hide and surprise their opponents. Used especially with the online game League of Legends. You take mid. I’m jungling.

See camping.
junk
(noun)

1. When a guy talks about his junk, he is talking about his genitals. I can't believe she kicked me in the junk!  2. Junk is heroin. I told Chris to lay off the junk, but he still hasn't checked into rehab.

[OED2] 1726, "Of obscure origin," possibly from junk, "A piece or lump of anything."

junkie
(noun)

1. If you call someone a junkie, you mean that they squander all their money to buy drugs. All the junkies panhandle downtown because they spend all their money on booze.   [OED2] 1923   N. ANDERSON Hobo vii.102 One type of dope fiend is the Junkie. He uses a ‘gun’ or needle to inject morphine or heroin.  2. If you call someone a junkie, you mean they are an avid fan of something. James is a real Star Wars junkie: he has posters from the movies on every wall.

[OED2] 1923 "He told me he is a photographer for the Navy, a native of Virginia and something of a fishing junkie."

junk in the trunk
(noun phrase)

Junk in the trunk refers to a girl's large butt. That girl has got some major junk in the trunk

See ba donka donk.
juvie
(noun)

Juvie is another term for juvenile detention. Joey was in juvie for a while, but he's cleaned his act up. [OED2] 1941 J. SMILEY Hash House Lingo 34 Juvie, child. 1967 New Yorker 25 Feb. 128/3 But the teacher at juvey said, ‘You have to finish it.’

JV
(adjective)

If someone says that someone else is a JV something, they are saying that that person is a second-rate version. People always compare Paul and Jack, but Jack is a JV Paul.

kankle
(noun)

A kankle is an ankle that is so thick that there is no discernible boundary between the ankle and calf. This is offensive to the person being described. Man, look at those kankles! They don't even look like they bend!

keef
(noun)

Keef is the THC crystals from marijuana. These are extremely potent and can be expensive. Let’s pack a bowl of keef and blast off into another dimension.

keep it real
(verb phrase)

If you keep it real, you do not delude yourself. Hey man, it don't matter if you didn't make it to the NFL. Just keep it real and you will survive anywhere.

kegger
(noun)

A kegger is another name for a keg party. Let's go out to the East side to that kegger Will is throwing.

[OED2] Derives from keg. First citation found: 1980, The New York Times "... and threw a 'kegger' beer party..."

keg stand
(noun phrase)

If you do a keg stand you are drinking beer upside down directly from the tap of a keg. There are people holding you upside down, so that you can hold the tap in your mouth. People will usually cheer you on. Brandon would tap the keg and do a 30-second keg stand to get his parties started.

[OED2] Blend of keg + handstand. First citation of the phrase: 1996, The Boston Herald "Chugging, shooting, yarding, shot-gunning. Speed quarters, keg stands, booze luge and funnels ... these drinking games lure teenage players and are more than dangerous; they can be deadly."

kickin' it
(verb phrase)

If someone is kickin' it, they are relaxing. I've been on my couch all day just kickin' it.

[OED2] Possibly from "to kick about or around" 1839, “To walk or wander about; to go from place to place, esp. aimlessly. colloquial,” 1867, “to lie scattered around, esp. in a casual or untidy fashion; to be available, unused, or unwanted.”

kicks
(noun)

Kicks is another name for shoes. His parents bought him some new kicks for school.

[OED2] 1904. Possibly deriving from kick "An interest or enthusiasm, especially one that is temporary; a fashion, fad.”

kid
(noun)

If a guy calls someone kid, then he or she is his friend. When Aaron met up with everyone at the bar he said, "What's going on kids?"

[OED2] 1884 “a young man or woman.”

killer
(adjective)

If you describe something as killer you mean it is excellent. My Mom made some killer soup.   (noun) A killer is an overly excited guy. Whoa, killer, get off me!

[OED2] 1. 1900, "An impressive, formidable, or excellent person or thing; 2. Possibly from kill, 1634, meaning "to overwhelm (a person) by a strong impression on the mind, as of admiration, astonishment, alarm, grief, etc.”

killing it
(verb phrase)

When someone is killing it they are performing or excelling in something amazingly. Drew is killing it on his bass solo.

kill yourself
(interjection)

The term “kill yourself” is said in response to an unintelligent or irrelevant statement. It is not to be taken seriously. "I always thought marshmallows grew on trees." "Kill yourself." 

kind bud
(noun phrase)

If someone has kind bud, then they have smooth, high-quality cannabis. I’m sure Snoop Dogg only smokes kind bud.

knocked up
(verb phrase)

If a girl is knocked up, then she is pregnant. Did you hear that I'm going to be an uncle? My sister got knocked up!

[OED2] 1598, knock,"To copulate with; also, to make pregnant" (1598).

knock it off
(verb phrase)

If someone tells you to knock it off, they want you to stop. My dad would always tell us to knock it off when we were on road trips and being loud in the back seat.

[OED2] 1649, knock, meaning “to desist, leave off; to cease from one's work or occupation; slang to die”; 1902 knock it off! meaning “leave off! stop it!”

know what's up
(verb phrase)

When someone knows what's up, they have accurate knowledge about something. Somehow John always knows what's up with the latest party scene.

[OED2] 1553, know, “Used in various colloquial and slang phrases expressing sagacity, cunning, or 'knowledge of the world', as to know what's what.”

Kobe
(interjection)

When a basketball player exclaims “Kobe!”, they will themselves to succeed on a difficult shot. Bobby shot a fade-away over Daniel. As he released it, he shouted “Kobe!” and the shot went in.

kosher
(adjective)

When you say something is kosher, you are saying that you approve of it. Stephanie told me that she would pick me up at 9. I told her that was kosher and I'd see her then.

[OED2] 1896, Farmer & Henley Slang “Kosh (or Kosher)... Adj. (common). Fair; square.”

KOTD
(noun phrase)

KOTD is an abbreviation for Kicks (shoes) of the Day. Usually people refer to their shoes on social networking sites.  Taylor posted a picture on Instagram of her new Jordans with the caption KOTD.

 

L
(noun)

An L is any type of rolled marijuana cigarette, but is usually limited to mean a blunt. Pass me that L, let me hit that. 2. 1 pound of marijuana. Hey cuz let me buy that L off of you.

Short for lefty

labbies
(noun)

Labbies are psychedelic mushrooms that are extremely potent and were made in a lab, hence labbies. We were able to get some labbies. We’re gonna go camping and trip balls!

ladies
(noun)

Ladies are a girl's breasts, particularly if they are large. This term is usually only used between females. You girls certainly dressed to accent the ladies tonight.

[OED2] 1600 Presumably from lady “as a designation for a woman.”

lady
(noun)

A girl will call another girl lady as a term of friendly endearment. I miss you, lady!

ladybabies
(idiom)

If a girl wants to have another woman’s ladybabies, she either finds her sexually attractive or so amazing that the feeling could be compared to sexual attraction. Did you see Mila Kunis in Just Friends? She was amazing. I totally want her ladybabies.

lame
(adjective)

If you say a situation or a person is lame, you mean they are boring, not entertaining, or pathetic. All my lame friends decided not to go downtown tonight.

[OED2] 1374 From lame, meaning "Maimed, halting; imperfect or defective, unsatisfactory as wanting a part or parts. Said esp. of an argument, excuse, account, narrative, or the like", extension of “Crippled or impaired in any way” (A.D. 725).

landscaping
(verb)

Landscaping is the trimming or cleaning up pubic hair. I really wanted to take him home last night, but I hadn't done any landscaping in two weeks.

late night
(noun phrase)

If you are going to a late night, you are going to a party that occurs after the downtown bars are closed. Steven told the girls to come back to his place for a late night.

late night
(verb phrase)

If you late night somewhere, then you party after the bars downtown are closed. Susan didn't like to late night at the Delta Iota Kappa house because she thought they were rude.

later
(interjection)

When you say “later” to someone, you mean “good-bye.” When Lisa started telling Joe about all of her problems, he said, "I've got to go. Later."

[OED2] 1954, later, slang used as a farewell representing “I'll see you later.”

lay
(noun)

When someone calls a person a lay, it means they have had sex with that person. This word can be used by both sexes, but is used more often by men. I would have to say that out of all the guys I've slept with, Ben is by far the best lay I've ever had.

lay out
(verb phrase)

1. If you lay out in ultimate frisbee, then you go fully horizontal in an effort to catch the disc. I totally thought he wasn't going to get to it, but then he laid out and got the goal.  2. If you lay someone out, you knock them out. Your friend had better stop talking bad about my sister or I'm gonna lay him out right now. 3. When you layout you are sunbathing. Monica loves laying out and getting a tan on sunny days.

See clock.
lay the smack down
(verb phrase)

1. If someone lays the smack down, they hurt someone by hitting, kicking, or throwing them to the ground. Al had to lay the smack down when John tried to hook up with Al's girlfriend.  2. If you threaten that you will lay the smack down on someone, you insinuate in a joking manner that they are not behaving to your liking so you must bring them back in line. My boyfriend is lagging behind on calling me. Looks like it's time to lay the smack down. [OED2] 1801, smack, “To bring, put, or throw down with a smack or slap.”

See put the smack down.
LBs
(noun)

If you say you lost or gained LBs, you have lost or gained pounds. She was excited when she found out she lost a few LBs and could fit into her dress.

learn through osmosis
(verb phrase)

If someone learns through osmosis they fall asleep while studying, with the book used as a pillow. I tried to stay up and study, but I was so tired that I ended up learning through osmosis.

LeCunt Hall
(noun phrase) If you refer to LeCunt Hall, you are talking about LeConte Hall. Our class had to meet in LeCunt Hall today because a guest speaker was giving a presentation.
leet speak
(noun phrase)

Leet speak is a systematic variation on spelling conventions found on internet chat rooms or in-game chat functions. Numbers and other symbols on a keyboard are used to represent letters that they look like. It is often typed as 1337 5p34k. That dork wrote his entire e-mail in leet speak

See Teh Interwebz Help Page.
leggo
(interjection)

A hybrid of the words ‘let’s go.’ An exclamation of energy meaning going hard in sports. The Dawgs are going to destroy Georgia Tech this weekend, Leggo!

legit
(adjective)

If something is legit, it is highly approved of. Dude, your new shoes are legit! Where did you get them?

lesbihonest
(idiom)

People will exclaim lesbihonest if they are questioning a woman’s sexual orientation. Jill kissed like 5 girls at the party last night. Who does she bat for? Lesbihonest.

lesbo
(noun)

If someone calls a girl a lesbo, they mean she is a lesbian. “Lezbo” is an alternate spelling. This is usually perceived as an insult. Dave, don't even try hitting on Amy; she's a lesbo[OED2] 1940 J. O'HARA Pal Joey 175, I am all set to be m.c. in a crib where the Lesbos even come and watch the dress rehearsals. 1969   C. HIMES Blind Man with a Pistol xiii. 145 ‘One was a man; a good-looking man at that.’ ‘Man my ass, they were lesbos.’

See lezzie.
let one rip
(verb phrase)

If someone lets one rip, then they just farted. “What is that horrible smell?” “Oh, sorry, I just let one rip.”

lezzie
(noun)

If someone calls a girl a lezzie, they mean she is a lesbian. After being introduced to Sara's girlfriend, Jill concluded that her friend must now be a lezzie. [OED2] 1956, “Colloquial abbreviation of Lesbian.”

See lesbo.
lid
(noun)

A lid is a hat, most likely a baseball cap. There are a lot of stores at the Mall of Georgia where you can find some cool lids.

[OED2] 1896, lid, meaning “A hat, a cap. Slang" from around 1000 A.D., lid "That which covers the opening at the top of a vessel.”

lift
(noun)

A lift is a ride in a car. Can I get a lift to the gas station? My car ran out of gas.

lightweight
(noun)

If you call someone a lightweight, you mean that they become intoxicated easily after a few drinks. Susan's such a lightweight that she can get drunk from two beers.

like
(quoting device)

1. You can substitute the phrase “was like” in place of the word "said" when you are talking to a friend and you want to introduce quotes from past conversations. So I was talking to Jamie the other day and she was like "Did you know Sheila is pregnant?" and I was like "No way!”  2. (discourse marker) You can use “like” when you hesitate in the course of an utterance. Matt said he wanted to take me to Captain D's for my birthday and I was, like, devastated.

like it's one's job
(idiom)

If you are doing something like it's your job, you are doing it frequently or to an extreme degree. You're so organized, you write in your daily planner like it's your job.

line
(noun)

A line is a small amount of a powdered drug, most often cocaine, that is completely powdered and pushed into a linear shape for easier snorting. You mind cutting me a line

lip
(noun)

If someone gives you lip, they give you backtalk. Al was hit when he tried to give Ron lip.

lipdub
(noun)

If someone makes a lipdub, then they make a music video lipsynching to a popular song. The US Olympic swim team did a lipdub to Call Me Maybe.

lipstick lesbian
(noun phrase)

A lipstick lesbian is a lesbian who acts more stereotypically feminine than masculine; she is the opposite of a bulldyke. “No way, she's a lesbian? She's too hot!” “Yeah, but it's ok 'cause she's a lipstick lesbian.” “Awesome!”

[OED2] 1984   A. MAUPIN Babycakes ix. 40   Her ‘character lines’ made her begin to wonder if there was such a thing as too much character... Was it time to relent, to throw in the towel and become a lipstick lesbian? 1994   This Mag. (Toronto, Ont.) Nov. 12   All these gorgeous women are getting into it, from the elegant lipstick lesbians to the post-punk baby dykes.

liquid
(noun)

When a person refers to liquid they are referring to acid in liquid form, which is usually stronger. Are you going to trip tonight? Yeah I have a friend who has some liquid, it’s going to be pretty crazy.

liquid courage
(noun phrase)

Liquid courage is another name for alcohol. Once I get a little liquid courage in me, I will be able to talk to that girl. 

liquor jacket
(noun phrase)

A liquor jacket is the feeling of warmth one gets after a night of drinking. “Should I bring my sweater to the Christmas party?” “Nah, you'll have a liquor jacket by the end of the night.” 

little
(noun)

If someone in a sorority or fraternity talks about their little, then they are talking about their little brother or sister. My little is awesome; he’s bringing a bunch of girls to the pledge party tonight. 

lit up
(verb phrase)

If someone gets lit up, they get hit or tackled very hard. This term is mostly used when describing a tackle in football. That quarterback just got lit up by the linebacker. 

live it up
(verb phrase)

If you live it up, you are enjoying life. You need to go downtown tonight and live it up.

lmao
(abbreviation)

When lmao is typed, the writer is expressing intense amusement at something. This term stands for “laughing my ass off.” There is no spoken version of this expression. The whole time Ike was trying to lick his elbow I was lmao, filming him while hidden in the corner.

loaded
(adjective)

1. If someone is loaded, then they are drunk. I remember when I was a freshman we would go to the Georgia Bar and get loaded.  2. If someone is loaded, then they are rich. My roommate last year was loaded, so he would always buy all the groceries.

locavore
(noun)

If someone is a locavore they try to eat only locally grown/produced foods. I really love going out to dinner with locavores, we always go to places like Speakeasy or The Grit.

lockdown, on
(idiom)

When you have something on lockdown, you are completely sure of your action. “Did you get the booze for the party?” “Yea man I got that shit on lockdown.”

lol
(acronym)

If someone types lol while talking with someone online, they mean “laughing out loud.” When the word is spoken aloud, it is done so jokingly. I have never heard that knock-knock joke, lol.

[OED2] 1993 San Diego Union-Tribune 14 Feb. D2/3 Someone who cracks a joke might get an ‘LOL’ in response—for ‘Laughing Out Loud’

lollipop
(noun)

1. A lollipop is a penis. Jessica really wants to lick Derek's lollipop, if you know what I mean.  2. If a guys talks about a lollipop, he is refering to an underage girl. Jeff likes to go to Bourbon Street on Saturday nights to hit on all the little lollipops that sneak in.  3. If someone calls somebody a lollipop, then they are calling the person an anorexic. They are called lollipops because their heads appear much bigger than their bodies like the shape of a lollipop. This is insulting and should be used with caution. I think Dana is turning into a lollipop; I don't even see her eat anymore. 

(sense 1, first citation) The term was popularized by rapper Lil Wayne's song “Lollipop,” on the 2008 album “Tha Carter III.”

lolwut
(interjection)

If you say lolwut, you have heard something funny but confusing. It is rarely punctuated with a question mark; rather with a period or no punctuation at all. “I got like, so much booze at the store last night but I think I drank it all.” “Lolwut.”

loogie
(noun)

A loogie is a gob of phlegm. That guy almost killed me after I hocked a loogie on him from the balcony.

loopy
(adjective)

If someone is acting loopy, then they are acting unusual and somewhat foolish. My grandmother acts loopy sometimes, but I guess that just comes with age. 

loosey
(noun)

If you buy a loosey, you are buying a single cigarette from a corner store, usually a gas station. Since Sam was low on funds and could not afford a pack of cigarettes, he just bought a loosey at the store.

loser
(noun)

If someone is considered a loser, they are an uncool person. The loser bought twelve t-shirts from a band called Leftover Salmon.

loud
(adjective)

If something is loud, then it has a very potent smell. This usually refers to cannabis. That herb is loud!

Lucy
(noun)

Lucy is another way of referring to LSD. I took some Lucy at Athfest and tripped so hard at the Reptar show!

lush
(noun)

A lush is a drunk. Eric decided to drop all his classes and just be a lush.

[OED2] 1790 H. T. POTTER New Dict. Cant & Flash (1795), Lush, drink. 1796 Grose's Classical Dict. Vulgar Tongue (ed. 3) ,Lush, strong beer.

lushed
(adjective)

If someone is lushed, they are drunk. We went to the Winery and got lushed before the concert.

[OED2] 1838 P. HAWKER Diary (1893) II. 142 To lush the Keyhavenites with four gallons of swill.

Maconga
(noun)

When you say “Maconga,” you are referring to Macon, GA. I went to Maconga to see the Allman Brothers Museum at the Big House.

mad
(adjective)

If you say that something is mad, you mean that it is very large or there is a lot of it. I can't go out tonight; I've got some mad homework to do. From (OED2) 1991 “Dancehall specialists Steely & Clevie remix the track and add mad bass for a heavy rockers edge.”

mad
(adverb)

Mad intensifies an adjective. I couldn't believe Tina was bashing your car; that girl's gone mad crazy.

mad props
(noun phrase)

If someone gives mad props to someone else, they are respectfully acknowledging or congratulating them. Mad props to my man Scott for helping us with the fundraiser.

See props.
mahlz
(noun)

When people say mahlz they are referring to molly (ecstasy) but do not want others around them to know what they are talking about. Don’t say molly anymore, say mahlz when you are asking me about it.

See molly.
main
(noun)

Your main is your best friend who you always hang around with. Ya, I know her, she’s my main.

make bank
(verb phrase)

When someone makes bank, they have just made or acquired a large amount of money. Ever since Justin got his new job as a bartender, he's been making bank!

make it rain
(verb phrase)

1. If someone makes it rain, then they are tossing a wad of cash into the air at a strip club, so that it "rains" money. I make it rain when I'm at Toppers.  2. If you say you're going to make it rain, you mean you have lots of money and you are going to spend it quickly and indiscriminately. I just got paid today, and I'm gonna make it rain up in this club tonight!  3. If a guy makes it rain, then he is ejaculating during intercourse. When my girlfriend and I are alone on weekends, we like to get it on. I always make it rain on her.  From the lyrics in the 2006  song, Make It Rain, by Fat Joe and Lil Jon.

make it work
(verb phrase)

When you tell someone to make it work, you are telling them to make the best out of a hard situation. I have three tests and a paper due this week! I don't know what I'm going to do. I guess you're gonna have to make it work.

manboobs
(noun)

Manboobs are highly pronounced pectorals on a guy that resemble a girl's breasts, often the result of obesity or glandular irregularity. The term is very insulting to the person being described. Wow! Is Mark wearing a push-up bra, or are his manboobs really that big?

[OED2] 1991 soc.motss (Usenet Newsgroup) 3 Jan. (title of posting) “Like man boobs eh?”

man cards
(noun phrase)

Man cards are metaphorical cards that every man possesses, which can be taken away by others when he does something that is not considered manly. Some may find this offensive. Sorry, but you cried in public when she broke up with you. I’m gonna have to take away one of your man cards

2006. This phrase was popularized by the show Scrubs when Dr. Cox says to J.D., “I went ahead and took the liberty of making you five Man Cards. Hold them very dear, because every time you drop the ball, man-wise, I'm going to take one from you.” 

mangina
(noun)

If someone calls a guy a mangina, they mean that he is not willing to take risks and does things by the book. Dusty is such a mangina. He refuses to drink with us tonight because he has a test next Monday. See pussy and wuss.

manorexic
(adjective)

If a guy is manorexic, he is very skinny, to the point of wasting away. This is associated with drug use. He is so manorexic; you can practically see every bone in his body.

man pants
(noun phrase)

Man pants are the theoretical pants a person “puts on” when they are about to do something considered very manly. Pass me my man pants, I’m grilling steak.

manscape
(verb)

When a guy manscapes, he shaves or trims excess or unwanted body hair. His legs look too smooth, I think he manscapes

man slut
(noun phrase)

If a guy is a man slut, he is considered very promiscuous, usually from a girl's perspective. God only knows how many STDs that man slut has.

mantrum
(noun)

When an adult male throws a temper tantrum, he is expressing his frustration in a mantrum. Bill threw a mantrum when he found out that his favorite TV show got cancelled. 

man up
(verb phrase)

If you say that a guy needs to man up, you mean that he needs to gain the confidence to call a girl and ask her out on a date. John needs to man up; he should call Shelley and ask her out tonight.

man whore
(noun phrase)

If a guy is a man whore, he is considered very promiscuous, usually from a girl's perspective. Matt has slept with three girls this week. He is such a man whore.

manwich
(noun)

If somebody is in a manwich, they are having a threesome where two females are with one male. I heard Robert was the meat in that manwich with Lauren and Helen last night.

Marco
(interjection)

If someone says Marco when starting to smoke marijuana, the first person to say ‘Polo’ gets to hit it second. I can’t decide who I should pass the bowl to! Marco! Polo!

Mary Jane
(noun)

Mary Jane is another name for marijuana. I need to go to JJ's and pick up Mary Jane[OED2] 1928 Daily Express 11 Oct. 2/7 “What is Marijuana?.. A deadly Mexican drug, more familiarly known as ‘Mary Jane’”

See dank.
mash-up
(noun)

If somebody is playing a mash-up, they are playing a song that is made by mixing two other songs together. Chris was playing this awesome mash-up of Call Me Maybe and Somebody I Used to Know.

masturdate
(verb)

If someone is masturdating, they are going out alone. Jim can't get a date, so he's been masturdating for three weeks.

match up
(verb phrase)

When everyone involved in smoking marijuana puts in the same amount of weed. We should match up our weed after class.

M.C.
(adjective)

If you call something M.C. , it falls below your elitist standards. Short for middle-class, the use of this phrase often leads to the user being ridiculed. Yeah, the food was OK, but I would never eat there again, it was so M.C.

mean mugging
(verb phrase)

If someone is mean mugging you, they are glaring at you, usually with anger or jealousy. Ever since I started talking to his girlfriend, John's been mean mugging me.

meathead
(noun)

If you call someone a meathead, you mean he spends a large amount of time lifting weights and typically has a low intellectual capacity. I hate going over to Brent's because he lives with a bunch of meatheads.

[OED2] 1863 C. G. Leland Bk. of Copperheads 25 “‘The man who made that order’, said Judge B. in court, ‘was a meat-head.’”

meepish
(adjective)

If someone is feeling meepish, they are mildly depressed for an unknown reason. This can be remedied with movies and chocolate. I was supposed to go to work, but I called in because I was feeling meepish.

meh
(interjection)

When someone says "meh," they are expressing apathy or mild sadness. "I heard about your girl troubles. Are you okay?" "Meh."

meme
(noun)

A meme is an Internet comic, series of pictures, or videos that gain widespread recognition. Common websites for memes are reddit.com and imgur.com. Pronounced “meem.” Reddit.com is my favorite website because of the Bachelor Frog meme!

mental
(noun)

If somebody is given mental, they are given oral sex. Steve got some girl to give him mental last week after he told her she looked like Megan Fox.

mess
(verb)

When you mess with someone, then you are joking with them. Hey, I was just messing with you. I would never do that to you.

messed up
(adjective phrase)

1. If someone is messed up, they are not in a healthy state of mind. Often used to describe someone who has been emotionally damaged. The girl's self-image was messed up.  2. If someone is messed up, they are drunk. After five margaritas Chris was severely messed up.

mess up
(verb phrase)

If someone threatens to mess up someone, they are threatening to beat them severely. Jimmy’s going to mess up whoever stole his car when he finds them.

messy
(adjective)

If a situation is messy, it is very complicated and often involves disagreement between people. Todd and Tonya's relationship got very messy when he finally admitted to cheating on her the night of their anniversary.

meta
(adjective)

If something is meta, it is something that is self-aware that you would not expect to be self aware. Generally used to refer to a type of art form, such as television or movies. When Family Guy acknowledges that nothing they do matters because everything is back to normal at the beginning of a new episode, they are being meta.

metro
(noun)

If you say that a guy is a metro, you mean that he is heterosexual, but is eager to embrace his feminine side. Men like this tend to buy expensive suits, haircuts, body products, etc. This term may be considered mildly offensive to some. It can also be used in a disapproving manner. Short for "metrosexual." Brandon is a metro; he just bought a $150 moisturizer for himself.

metrosexual
(noun)

A metrosexual is a straight man who participates in some feminine practices such as carefully grooming skin and hair, and dressing in fashionable or expensive clothing. Ever since Jack started watching "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" he's turned into a total metrosexual.  (adjective) If you say that a man is metrosexual, you mean that he is straight but participates in some feminine practices such as carefully grooming skin and hair, and dressing in fashionable or expensive clothing. Look how sophisticated Tom is with his new hairstyle and Gucci loafers. He is totally metrosexual.

[OED2] 1994 M. Simpson in Independent, “One sharply dressed ‘metrosexual’ in his early 20s..has a perfect complexion and precisely gelled hair, and is inspecting a display of costly aftershaves.”

Mexican shower
(noun)

A Mexican shower involves no soap or water but consists solely of putting on deodorant and spraying on large amounts of cologne or perfume. Alice didn't have time to bathe before she went to class, but she at least took a Mexican shower hoping no one would notice. This term may be offensive to all Hispanics.

M.F.
(abbreviation) The letters M.F. are an abbreviation for motherf**ker. So, I told the M.F. to not drive through the neighborhood that fast and to look out for all the kids playing.
M.I.A.
(adjective)

A person is described as M.I.A. if they have disappeared for a long period of time for no apparent reason. So, Kristin went M.I.A. again. I haven't heard from her in a week. [OED2] 1946 Newsweek “From D Day until May 6, 1945… more than 10 per cent of the total casualties were listed as MIA.”

Mick
(noun) Mick is another name for Michelob beer. Mick will always be my favorite beer. Sometimes also Micky.
Mickey D's
(noun)

If someone refers to Mickey D's, they are talking about the restaurant McDonald's. I only have five dollars, let's go get some Mickey D's.

mids
(noun)

Medium-grade marijuana is often called mids. I was going to smoke with Jake, but then I saw that all he had was mids so I decided not to.

milf
(noun)

A milf is a very hot mother that younger men would like to have sex with. It stands for "Mom I'd Like to F**k." Man, did you see Debbie's Mom? She is definitely a milf.

[OED2] 1995 Re: Fabulous after Forty in alt.mag.playboy (Usenet newsgroup) 12 Jan., “Those moms are babes!!.. We have a term for it around here, its called ‘MILF’... ‘Mothers I'd Like to F**k.’” 

Milly
(noun)

The Milly is a shortening for the Milledge Avenue Bus. I woke up late so I had to run to catch the good ole Milly.

minute
(noun)

If someone talks about a minute, they are talking about an extended period of time much more than 60 seconds. Man, I haven't talked to John in a minute.

M.I.P.
(abbreviation) An M.I.P. is a citation or arrest for underage drinking. The acronym stands for the legal term "minor in possession (of alcohol or controlled substances)." Damn, I came back to the dorm drunk and the cop in the lobby slapped me with an M.I.P. This term is pronounced by spelling out the acronym, M-I-P.
mistext
(noun)

A mistext is a text message containing information (usually unflattering or damaging) about a third party which is mistakenly sent to the third party. I was trying to tell Kelly I couldn’t wait to kiss her again but sent it to my girlfriend instead! I hate mistexts!

mmm, (something)
(interjection)

If someone says "mmm, (something)," that person is expressing approval and desire for that something. The "mmm" is extended and dreamy sounding in pronunciation. Mmm, Krispy Kremes. 

1989-90 "The Simpsons," episode 7G04, "There's No Disgrace Like Home," season, "mmm? marshmallows."

moe
(noun)

If you call a man a moe, you mean that he is gay. Sally, check out that guy over there with the purse sized messenger bag and the Prada loafers. What a moe! Considered offensive.

The word comes from the second syllable of "homo."

mofo
(noun)

If you call someone a mofo, you mean you do not like him or her. Short for motherf**ker. I saw that mofo downtown last weekend and I wanted to punch him.

[OED2] 1967 H. S. Thompson Hell's Angels 33 “The ‘Mofo’ club from San Francisco.”

mojo
(noun)

Mojo is someone's sexual aura or sexual drive. His mojo has been in overdrive and he can't keep his hands off of me!

[OED2] 1926 N. N. Puckett Folk Beliefs Southern Negro “The term mojo is often used by the Mississippi Negroes to mean "charms, amulets, or tricks", as "to work mojo" on a person or "to carry a mojo.”

molly
(noun)

Molly is ecstasy, usually in powder form. Stephanie bought molly for tomorrow night’s rave.

Monday
(interjection)

If someone says Monday when starting to smoke marijuana with a hookah, the first person to say ‘Tuesday’ gets to hit it second. I don’t know which way to pass this blunt! Umm.. Monday!” “Tuesday!!

Mondaze
(noun)

When one is feeling out of sorts and is in a daze because it’s Monday, they are experiencing Mondaze. I forgot my homework in the dorm because I was in such a Mondaze.

money
(adjective)

1. If you say something is money, you mean it is very good or appealing. This suit looks money on me! 2. When you say a situation or condition is money, it has an added benefit. Jill didn't want to go over to her boyfriend's house because she was already in her pajamas, but he said that was money.  3. If something is money, then it is secure and guaranteed. Dan was money on the trip to the beach after he discussed it with his girlfriend.

money
(interjection)

When someone says “money,” that are expressing their joy or excitement for the situation. I got free 50 yard line tickets to the Falcons game on Sunday. Money!

monthly visitor
(noun phrase)

If a girl tells another girl that she has received her monthly visitor, she is telling her that she is menstruating. My monthly visitor just came to see me.

moobs
(noun)

If a guy has moobs, he has man boobs, which are large breasts on very overweight men. Did you see how huge John’s moobs are? He’s got to be at least a C-cup!

Combination of man and boobs.

mooch
(adjective)

If someone is called a mooch, they always beg for things off of other people. Jordan is such a mooch. I can't eat anything without having to give him some.

moocher
(noun)

If you call someone a moocher, you mean that they always borrow money or eat other people's food and rarely bother to pay anyone back. My roommate is a moocher because he always drinks my milk before I get a chance to.

[OED2] 1857 "Ducange Anglicus" Vulgar Tongue “Moucher, beggar.”

moon rocks
(noun)

If someone is referring to moon rocks they are referring to the pure, crystal form of MDMA. I’ve got some ecstasy if you want some for tonight..no thanks, I have a friend selling moon rocks, 98% pure.

morning wood
(noun phrase)

If a man has morning wood, he has an erection in the morning. Bob always had to hide his morning wood from his mom when he lived at home. See pitch a tent.

mos def
(interjection)

When you emphatically agree with something someone has just said, you reply "mos def." Short for "most definitely." When asked whether I thought the president was an idiot, I replied, "Mos def." 

mosh
(verb)

If you mosh, you jump and hit people around you who are doing the same in a very crowded rock concert. Jamie felt a wave of adrenaline rush through her at the Disturbed concert so she moshed

[OED2] 1983 Village Voice (N.Y.) “Slam dancers..agree that it is ‘violence within friendship’... Besides, ‘you're so into the music and dancing that you don't think about getting moshed.’”   

mosh pit
(noun phrase)

A mosh pit is an area in front of a concert stage where people gather to mosh. It is difficult to get a good view of the band without getting sucked into the mosh pit.

motherf**ker
(noun)

1. If you call someone a motherf**ker, you mean that you think they have no social skills. That motherf**ker cut me off on I-85 three times!  2. The term motherf**ker can be used to express a form of respect for someone. That motherf**ker knows how to score some touchdowns!  [OED2] 1918 Jrnl. Amer. Hist. “You low-down Mother Fuckers can put a gun in our hands but who is able to take it out?”

See mofo.
motorboat
(verb)

If a guy motorboats a girl, he presses his head between her breasts and shakes it while making a whirring, or "brr", sound with his lips. Wouldn't you love to see Meatloaf motorboat Barbara Bush?

mouth breather
(noun phrase)

If someone is a mouth breather, then they have the unattractive habit of only breathing out of their mouth. The girl who sits behind me in math is such a mouth breather! She is so loud and obnoxious with it! [OED2] 1910 Practitioner “The child was a mouth-breather and showed signs of adenoids.”

Mrs.
(noun)

If a girl is said to be majoring or getting a degree in Mrs., then she is planning on getting married out of college to become a housewife. Erin is working on her Mrs.—she's going out with David instead of studying for her finals tonight.

much love
(noun phrase)

If someone says they have much love for you, then they are saying that they are thankful and appreciative of your friendship. Jay-Z said he had much love for all his family and friends. 

muff
(noun)

If a football player makes a muff, he drops the ball that was kicked to him. The Packers punt returner made a muff when he dropped the punt.  2. If a baseball player makes a muff, he makes an error in the field. Bill Buckner's infamous muff in the World Series led to the theory of the Curse of The Bambino.

muff
(noun)

Muff is a euphemism for a woman's vagina. Jim was always talking about how he wanted to see his new girlfriend's muff.

[OED2] 1699, B. E. New Dict. Canting Crew, “Muff, c. a Woman's Secrets.”

muff diver
(noun phrase)

If you call a girl a muff diver, you mean that she is a lesbian. Did you see Allison holding that girl's hand downtown? She is such a muff diver.

muffin top
(noun phrase)

If someone says that someone has a muffin top they are referring to the flesh that bulges out when wearing clothing that is too tight, which resembles the top of a muffin. This is considered offensive by the person described. It's kinda sad, Jill's pants are so tight that she has this huge muffin top.  (OED2) 2003 Wildwood “Edith eased her muffin-top backside into the chair opposite the desk.” 2. (verb phrase) If a piece of clothing makes you muffin top, it is so tight that it forces flesh to bulge out unattractively over the top of the waistband. These jeans are way too small; I'm totally muffin toppin' in them! 

mug
(noun)

1. A mug is an individual who has just done something absent-minded. Hey look at that mug over there with his fly down. 2. A mug is a place. Can we leave? There are way too many people up in this mug.

[OED2] 1857 Vulgar Tongue “Mug, dupe. ‘Who is the mug?’”

muggin'
(verb)

If someone is muggin' then they are staring or gawking intensely. Jake was muggin' Sheila at the club yesterday, I think he likes her.

mullet
(noun)

A mullet is a hairstyle usually worn by guys in which the hair on the front of the head is short and in the back it is long. Some men hope the mullet will make a comeback, even though it went out of fashion in the early '80s. [OED2] 1994 Mullet Head (song) by Beastie Boys “You wanna know what's a mullet? well I got a little story to tell About a hair style”

multiplay
(noun)

If you play a video game in multiplay, its multiple player mode, then you are simultaneously cooperating and/or competing with other players. Even Tetris had a more sophisticated multiplay than “Turok: Evolution.”

munchies
(noun)

When you have the munchies, you are hungry. This is often used to refer to the hungry feeling that people get after they have smoked marijuana. Man, after smoking that weed, I've got the munchies.

'Murica
(noun)

Used on Twitter and often spoken aloud. A shortened version of “America.” We killed those commies! ‘Murica!

mushies
(noun)

Mushies are psychedelic mushrooms. I bought some mushies, dude. Wanna take a trip with me?

music
(noun)

When someone says they are going to hear some music, they mean they are going to hear a live band play. Stuart would always go to the Georgia Theatre to hear good music.

my B
(interjection)

If someone says "my B," they are using a shortened form of the phrase "my bad", meaning "Oh, I'm sorry! That was my fault." “Hey, watch where you're going!” “My B!"

my bad
(interjection)

If you say “my bad,” you are apologizing for an error you made. My bad! I'll try to do better next time.

[OED2] 1985 “Oops, my bad, I forgot for a moment what the Commodores did to Georgia.” 

n00b
(noun)

 If someone is a n00b, then they act very immature and typically incite anger in other people. This is most commonly used in a video game context. There was a guy in Halo last night who kept insulting me even though I kept killing him. What a n00b.

See newb.
NAGL
(acronym)

If someone says or texts NAGL, they have seen an outfit or hairstyle that does not suit the person they saw it on. Stands for Not a Good Look for You. Did you see that girl wearing her pajamas and shower shoes in class? NAGL.

nail
(verb)

If you nail someone, you have sex with them. The speaker's intent is mildly pejorative. See that chick over there? I nailed her at the cookout last weekend.

[OED2] 1948 N. Cassady Let. “She..spreads legs to impossible split, asked to be tied down & raped, nailed, ripped, eaten, bitten.”

nappy
(adjective)

If something is nappy, then it is gross. April didn't like the bar El Centro; she thought it was nappy.

narc
(noun)

If someone has betrayed their friends to an authority figure, then they are a narc. This is offensive to the person described. You shouldn't share your weed with Mary, she's a narc. [OED2] 1966 Politics of Ecstasy “The narcotics bureau of the Treasury Department wanted to keep all drugs illegal, to..add thousands of T-men, G-men, and narks to the payroll.”

nasty
(adjective)

If you say that something is nasty, you mean it is done exceptionally well and with flamboyance. That guitar solo was nasty.

[OED2] 1834 Knickerbocker 3 37 “‘Sling a nasty foot’, means to dance exceedingly well... ‘She is a nasty looking gal’, implies she is a splendid woman.”

Natty Light
(noun) Natty Light is a term for the very cheap and low quality beer, Natural Light. We knew we were at a ghetto party when we saw kegs of Natty Light. See Drinking Help Page.
nazi
(noun)

Someone who is particular and insistent about certain things is called a nazi. It can be combined with other words to specify the obsession. Make sure you throw your cans and bottles in recycling. Meg is an environment nazi.

[OED2] from German Nazi (circa 1920), shortened from Nationalsozialist or Nationalsozialistisch meaning 'National Socialist'.

NBD
(abbreviation)

If you say "NBD," then you are abbreviating the phrase “no big deal.” Kacy can’t make it to lunch today, but I told her its NBD, we’ll see her tomorrow.

neighbros
(noun)

Neighbros are neighbors that are extremely brolike. Characterized by wearing Polo clothing, beer pong happening on all porches, and the parking area full of BMWs. I wish the neighbros would go to sleep, I can't take anymore 3AM dubstep.

nerd
(noun)

If a person is said to be a nerd, then they are intelligent but lack social graces. That nerd spends every Friday night studying at the library. [OED2] 1951 Newsweek “In Detroit, someone who once would be called a drip or a square is now, regrettably, a nerd.”

See dork.
newb
(noun)

If someone is a newb, then they are inexperienced at something. This is most commonly used in video games. That guy didn’t put up a fight at all! He must be a newb.

See newbie.
newbie
(noun)

If you say someone is a newbie, you mean they are new to a group or an activity. Our mission statement is to show newbies how to use slang. [OED2] 1970 E. Martin Let. in B. Edelman Dear Amer. “We got a lot of ‘Newbies’ (replacements) in our company.”

See Newbie Help Page.
nightcap
(noun phrase)

If you refer to something as a nightcap, you mean that it is the drink you have directly before going to bed. Every night Randy has a shot of Vodka as his nightcap right before he turns out the lights.

[OED2] 1814 in Catal. Prints: Polit. & Personal Satires (Brit. Mus.) (1949) IX. 476 “Hollo Chambermaid—you have forgot my nightcap.”

nightlife
(noun)

An individual's or group's nightlife consists of evening activities ranging from studying to hanging out with friends to partying downtown. His nightlife is expensive, going out to bars and drinking every night!

nine floors of whores
(noun phrase)

Nine floors of whores is what Brumby dorm is called in the spring semester when the girls are said to become more promiscuous. Hey let’s head over to the nine floors of whores. I know some sorostitutes over there that wanna hang out. 

See virgin vault.
nipply
(adjective)

If it is nipply outside, then it is chilly enough to harden the nipples. You'd better bring a sweater because it's pretty nipply out here.

See headlights.
nix
(verb)

If someone says to nix something, they mean to cancel something. Nix that idea. I have a better one. [OED2] 1903 People You Know “Nix the Orphan Asylum...”

no biggie
(noun phrase)

If something is no biggie, then it is not a big deal. It's really no biggie for me to pick you up from class on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

no doubt
(idiom)

If you say "no doubt", you are agreeing with another person. That test was insanely hard. No doubt.

[OED2] c1380 Wyclif Wks. (1880) 378 “And no dowte..siluestre..schulde haue synned more greuously þan giezi did.”

no glove no love
(idiom)

If someone says “no glove no love,” they mean that they will not have sexual intercourse without using a condom. Becca didn't sleep with Daniel because of her no glove no love policy.

no homo
(interjection)

When the phrase “no homo” is added to a sentence, the speaker is trying to sound less gay because they just said something that sounded like they could be gay. Some might consider this offensive. Dave said Paul looks good in that light blue shirt, no homo.

noice
(adjective)

1. When someone says noice, they mean to emphasize their approval of something. An alternate form of the word “nice.” Did you she what Jenn was wearing in class today? She looked noice. 2. (interjection) If you say “Noice!,” you are asserting that something positive has happened. “I got an A on my chemistry test.” “Noice!”

nom
(verb)

If someone noms something, they eat it. I’m going to nom this pizza.

(Lexis Nexis) The Daily Campus (2008) “In this role, Cookie Monster not only smoked a classy tobacco pipe, but he ate it too, complete with his trademark "Om, nom, nom, nom, nom" chewing noises.”

nommin
(verb)

If someone is nommin, then they are eating something enjoyably. Those guys are nommin on that pizza! It must be good.

Sounds made by Cookie Monster while eating cookies.

noms
(noun)

If you get some noms, you are getting something to eat.  WaHo is always good for noms, especially at 3 AM.

nookie
(noun)

When someone gets nookie, they have oral sex or intercourse. “I noticed that you and Michelle were in her room for quite some time. Did you have a good time?” “Yeah, I got some nookie.” [OED2] 1930 42nd Parallel “Hendriks said he'd picked up with a skirt that was a warm baby and he was getting his nookie every night.”

no prob
(idiom)

1. If you say something is no prob, then you are describing a situation or task which can easily be handled without problems. When asked how I did on my math test, I said it was no prob.   2. You can say “no prob” instead of “you're welcome.” “Thanks for helping me with my math homework.” “No prob.”

Northface
(noun) A Northface is a sporty pullover, jacket, or backpack made by the camping product company Northface. Its chic practicality and pricey nature makes it stereotypically worn by members of fraternities and sororities. No self-respecting frat boy would go anywhere without his Northface.
norts
(noun)

Norts is an abbreviation of “Nike Shorts.” Used to describe what girls wear to class. All the girls here wear norts to class everyday.

no shave November
(idiom)

No shave November is an event in which participants do not shave the hair on their body for the entire month of November in a celebration of true manhood. A couple of my girl friends said they plan to attend the event "No shave November"Ł on Facebook, which is weird.

no shit, Sherlock
(idiom)

"No shit, Sherlock" is a very sarcastic way of saying "obviously." Can you drive? No shit, Sherlock, I've had my license for five years.

[OED2] 1976 C. Durden No Bugles, no Drums 222 “‘Ah ain't so sure we a-goan to win.’ ‘No shit, Sherlock.’”

not so much
(idiom)

When someone says "not so much," they mean to lessen the perceived strength. But I thought you liked football! Yeah…not so much.

no worries
(interjection)

If you say "no worries," you mean “it's okay.” This is used in a casual, friendly manner. Hey, sorry I dropped your glass! No worries, it was old anyway.

NRG
(noun)

This stands for “energy.” Usually seen in text or online. Hey, sorry I can’t come to your place to study tonight. Not enough NRG.

nucking futs
(adjective phrase)

If something or someone is nucking futs, it is a derogatory way of saying that they are extremely unbalanced or crazy. My roommate is so nucking futs that he set his hand on fire just to see if it would burn.

nug
(noun)

A nug is another name for a marijuana bud. I love when I get a bag and it’s all one nug

nuke
(verb)

If you nuke something, you cook it in a microwave. Bob's culinary skills only extend as far as nuking Easy-Mac. [OED2] 1984 Hist. Dict. Amer. Slang “Nuke, cook something in a microwave oven: Nuke it—it'll only take a couple of minutes.”

numbnuts
(noun)

If someone is called a numbnuts, then that person is considered unintelligent. It is typically used in a joking manner. Way to go, numbnuts! You gave me the wrong address again!

[OED2] 1970 Current Slang (Univ. S. Dakota) “Numb nuts, a fool.”

nut
(verb)

If a guy nuts, he has an orgasm. I was about to nut when the phone rang and completely ruined the mood.

See splooge.
nutcracker
(noun)

If a girl is called a nutcracker, it is a rude way of saying that she is extremely bossy or pushy. Hilary's roommate is such a nutcracker. She orders around every male that comes within ten feet of her.

nuts
(adjective)

If someone gets nuts, then they are crazy or acting in a crazy manner. William gets nuts after chugging a 12.

O
(noun)

An O is an ounce of marijuana. Can I get an O for my trip to Bonaroo?

OASIS
(noun) OASIS is the name of the University's online registration and record system. I spent three hours trying to get on OASIS this morning and still haven't registered for my fall classes.
obliterated
(adjective)

If you say that someone is obliterated, you mean that they are extremely intoxicated. I got so obliterated at my younger brother's 21st birthday party—I think it was the most drunk I've ever been. [OED2] 1984 T. C. Boyle Budding Prospects iii. i. 142 He was stoned... Obliterated, wasted.

obv
(adverb)

If a situation is obv, it is obvious. Typically used in texts, paired with an adjective, without a space between the two words. Joanne was obv drunk at the party last night, she was dancing on the coffee table!

obvi
(Adverb)

When somebody acts in an obvi way, their action is obvious.  I am obvi going to the party tonight.

office party
(noun phrase)

An office party is a getting together of friends to watch the sitcom called The Office. I'm having an office party at my house tomorrow, make sure to come by!

Off the chain
(adjective)

If a person is off the chain, the person is out of control. Eddy took numerous shots on Thursday night, and he was off the chain the whole night.

off the hook
(idiom)

If someone is off the hook, they are absolved of responsibility and/or free from punishment. Mark was off the hook when the detectives confirmed his alibi. [OED2] 1864 Trollope Small House at Allington II. xxix. 296 ‘Poor Caudle!’ he said to himself; ‘he's hooked, and he'll never get himself off the hook again.’

off the market
(idiom)

If you say someone is off the market, you mean they are no longer single or approachable for a date. Since Kate moved in next door, Jack is completely off the market.

oh da baby
(interjection)

When you say "oh da baby", you are either very shocked at something or very excited about it. My best friend from high school is coming to town. Oh da baby!

O-Ho
(noun)

O-Ho is a nickname for the dorm Oglethorpe House. I’m so glad I live in O-Ho, right next to the dining hall!

oinker
(noun)

If a person is an oinker, it means they are fat. Did you see that guy get his fifth helping of barbeque? What an oinker!

old school
(adjective phrase)

1. If someone says that something is old school, it means that it is not cool, out of date, and un-hip. This term is used in a humorous manner, often to joke about something. Did you see Tim's high top Reeboks with the lights that blink when he walks? Those shoes are so old school. I wore those when I was twelve.   2. If something is old school, then it has been around for a while. Dr. Dre's “The Chronic” is an old school rap album classic from the early '90s.  3. When something is described as old school, then it is cool because it is out of style and passe. The Braves looked awesome in those 80's uniforms. I wish more teams would wear their old school uniforms.

[OED2] 1946 Liberty “It was characteristic also of his old-school code that, after dinner, standing spread-legged in front of the fireplace, he offered me a cigar.”

OMG
(acronym)

OMG stands for 'Oh My God.' This term started out on the internet but is also used in spoken conversation, usually when a person is being facetious. I told Ryan that Metric was coming to the 40 Watt, but he said OMG; then I knew he was just pretending to be excited and I didn't invite him to come with us. [OED2] 1917 J. A. F. Fisher Let. 9 Sept. in Memories (1919) v. 78, I hear that a new order of Knighthood is on the tapis—O.M.G. (Oh! My God!)

one-finger salute
(noun phrase)

If someone gives someone a one-finger salute, they stick up their middle finger. This bimbo cut me off, and I gave her the one-finger salute in return. [OED2] 1939 W. Saroyan Time of your Life (1969) i. 26 He gives Nick a one-finger salute of adieu.

one night stand
(noun phrase)

If someone has a one night stand, they have sex with a random person and never see that person again. Josh had a one night stand with that blond even though he got her number and promised he would call.

[OED2] 1880 D. K. Ranous Diary of Daly Débutante (1910) 189 This coming week..is to be what they call ‘one-night stands’.

one upper
(noun phrase)

When someone is called a one upper, they are always trying to outdo other people. Look at her with that short skirt and red high heels, she is such a one upper.

on point
(idiom)

When something is on point, it is exhibiting positive characteristics that the speaker finds perfect for the situation. “Did you see Casey in her play last night?” “Yeah, her acting was on point!”

on the DL
(idiom)

To keep something on the DL means to keep quiet about it. Short for on the down low. This is a secret, so keep it on the DL!

on the down low
(idiom)

To keep something on the down low means to keep quiet about it. I found the test on the professor's desk, but keep it on the down low and I'll make you a copy.

[OED2] 1991 Source July “I was never no outgoing type... So I guess I was on that down low tip.”

on the grind
(idiom)

Someone who is working hard to accomplish their goals is considered to be on the grind. I auditioned for 43 roles in the past month because I am seriously on the grind. I will be a famous actress one day!

on the low
(idiom)

If something is done on the low then it is done covertly. This phrase is a derivative of on the down low. Hey, can you give me the answers to the test on the low?

on the prowl
(idiom)

If someone is on the prowl, they are looking for a sexual partner. Hal headed to Bourbon Street on the prowl for some chicks. [OED2] 1803 Sporting Mag. 22 54 A poor miserable thief had been all night upon the prowl.

on the rag
(idiom)

If a girl is on the rag, she is menstruating. I'm on the rag, but at least I'm not pregnant.

on the regular
(idiom)

If something occurs on the regular, it occurs frequently. John eats at Jimmy Johns on the regular. I swear he's there at least three times a week!

OOTD
(noun phrase)

The OOTD is a girl's outfit of the day.  Taylor just posted her OOTD.

open up
(verb phrase)

1. When someone opens up on someone, they beat them up. I opened up on him after he kept talking to me like that.  2. If someone opens up, then they speak intimately about themself to another person. Jack opened up to the lady on Madame Ovario's psychic hot line phone service and she helped him with most of his problems.

OTP
(adjective)

If you say OTP, you mean Outside The Perimeter, referring to a way of describing anything that is outside of Interstate 285 in Atlanta, which is known as the Perimeter. Anything OTP is seen by those who live and/or work inside that highway as being less prestigious. Oh, I forgot you live OTP, I'm sorry.

See ITP.
out of the game
(idiom)

When someone is out of the game, they have started a relationship, and are no longer part of the dating scene. When I met Julie, I got out of the game.

See get back in the game.
out the ass
(idiom)

If a person has an amount of something out the ass, they have a large quantity of it. I have homework out the ass for my bio lab, so I can't go downtown tonight.

See out the wazoo.
out the wazoo
(idiom)

If a person has an amount of something out the wazoo, they have a large quantity of it. If you ever need a blank CD, ask Bill. He's got CD's out the wazoo

over
(adjective)

1. If someone is over someone or something, then they are not bothered or upset by it. Fred is doing much better these days, now that he is over Sarah. [OED2] a1800 S. Pegge Suppl. Grose's Provinc. Gloss. (at cited word), I am afraid he'll not over it.  2. When a romantic couple is over, they have broken up. You think after that stunt you pulled I'd still be your girl? Forget it. We're over!

overachiever
(noun)

If a girl is an overachiever, she is known for performing oral sex on males.I had a date with that overachiever last night, and it’s definitely true: All she does is suck seed.

From the lyrics in the 2011 Childish Gambino song, You See Me Now.

own
(verb)

1. When you own something, then you are the best at doing the activity associated with it. Mike owns the tennis court.  2. If someone is owning something or someone else, then they defeating it very convincingly. It can be mildly offensive if not used between friends. I owned you in that game of basketball the other day. The score was like 27 to 3.  3. If someone got owned, they have either lost a game or have been otherwise humiliated. Jeff told me about kicking your ass at Counter Strike last night. You got owned

owned
(interjection)

If “owned” is shouted as an interjection, it is an indication of the speaker's satisfaction with their victory. The speaker's intent is humorous or gleefully taunting. I finally beat Sub-zero! Owned!

See pwn.
package
(noun)

A package is a guy's genitalia. Tom didn't like to wear tight jeans because people could see his package.

[OED2] 1993 Tour Rags in rec.music.gdead (Usenet newsgroup) “The next night she cut his package off with a knife, ran out of the house and drove off with his dick in her hand.”

pack fudge
(verb phrase)

When a couple likes to pack fudge, they enjoy anal sex. Benny and Gina were made for each other: they both like to pack fudge

See pillow biter.
packing
(verb)

If someone is packing, they are carrying a gun. Johnny was always packing wherever he went, just to be on the safe side.

pad
(noun)

1. A pad is someone's home or living space. Bill asked Lisa to go back with him to his pad. [OED2] 1914 L. E. Jackson & C. R. Hellyer Vocab. Criminal Slang 64 Pad.., a bed; a place to sleep.  2. A pad is a sanitary piece of material that some girls put into their underwear during their period. If you see pads in a guy's bathroom, chances are he is having a "meaningful relationship."

pajama party
(noun phrase)

A pajama party is when someone stays over at the house of the person they are interested in usually to have sex. Did you have a pajama party with John last night? I noticed you never came home.

See jammy jam.

 

 

palmala
(noun)

Palmala refers to a joking name for a guy's hand when masturbating. Oh yeah he has a date tonight when a girl name palmala.

It is a blending of palm and the name Pamela.

pants
(verb)

If someone pants another person, they pull that person's pants down past their waist so their underwear (or lack thereof) is visible. I can't believe Steven pantsed Will on stage last night!

party foul
(noun phrase)

If you call an act by someone or a group a party foul, then you are claiming that person or that group has made a spectacle of themselves in a party, by doing something such as spilling their drink or falling down. Often used as an interjection. When Brian fell and knocked the speakers over, the music stopped and his roommate yelled, “Party foul!”

[OED2] 1989 P. Munro U.C.L.A. Slang 61 Party foul, to do something inappropriate or rude at a party or social gathering: especially, to vomit or spill alcohol.

party hoppin'
(verb phrase)

If you are party hoppin', you go from party to party looking for a good time. We were party hoppin' all night.

party juice
(noun phrase)

Party juice is another name for vomit induced by too much drinking. John was so drunk he spewed party juice everywhere. 

pass
(verb)

When someone passes, they refrain from doing something. Alex wanted to jump off of that bridge and when he asked me to do it, I said “Nah, I'll pass on that one.” [OED2] 1902 R. H. Barbour Behind Line xvi. 170 ‘But he played last year,’ said Paul. ‘Why didn't they protest him then?’ ‘I'll pass again,’ answered Foster.

pass back
(verb phrase)

If someone passes back an ID, they are borrowing an ID from someone and bringing it out for a friend to use to get into a place that requires specific identification. Most people in Athens pass back either downtown at a bar or at football games. Don't worry about having a fake, we'll just get Sean to pass back for us. 

PDA
(noun) PDA is an acronym for 'Public Display of Affection.' Jason and Karen need to cut down on the PDA in the library, don't you think?
peace out
(idiom)

If someone says “peace out,” they are saying good-bye. I need to go to work, peace out[OED2] 1965 C. Brown Manchild in Promised Land ix. 234 Billy walked up to me and said, ‘Peace out, brother.’

peaking
(verb)

If someone is peaking, they are reaching the height of a drug experience. This excludes marijuana. Oh my god, guys. I'm seeing unicorns. I'm definitely peaking.

[OED2] 1932 Q. Rev. Biol. 7 452/2 This results in a ‘peaking’ of the intensity response curve at such frequencies.

pebbled
(verb)

If you are pebbled, you are taken advantage of; especially in financial situations.  I thought my sister would pay me back, but she definitely pebbled me.

peep
(verb)

If someone peeps something, they are looking at or examining it. I peeped the answer key to tomorrow's test while I was in Dr. Smith's office today. [OED2] 1954 E. Hunter Jungle Kids (1956) 64 You like Junie, kid? She tells me you peeped her stripping.

peeps
(noun)

If you say your peeps, you refer to people you know like friends and family. Brittany thanked all her peeps when she won the award.

[OED2] 1951 Chicago Daily Tribune “Around the country, high schoolers are greeting each other with ‘Hi, peeps’ (short for ‘hello, people’, of course).”

pegging
(noun)

Pegging is when a straight man enjoys anal penetration performed by a woman. I was really into Joe until he handed me a strap-on and asked if I liked pegging.

Popularized by Dan Savage, Savage Love sex advice column, 11/29/2010.

penis game
(noun)

The penis game is a game that involves saying the word “penis” in a progressively louder voice in a public place until a bystander notices. Zooey Deschanel’s character in “500 Days of Summer” taught us how to play the penis game.

perf
(adjective)

Perf is another word for perfect. This is often used as a one word response and is usually said by females. Let's pre-game at John's and late night here. Perf.

perv
(noun)

If someone is a perv, they are overly interested in sex. This term can be used with disgust or as a joking name friends call one another. Justin is such a perv; all he does is stare at girls and watch porn. [OED2] 1942 ‘Havildar’ Hava look: Mag. H.M.A.T. ‘Havildar’ 14 Mar. 1 ‘Logical Love’..by that well-known perv-merchant, John..Hunt.

petered out
(adjective phrase)

If you describe someone as petered out, you mean that they are very tired. Jack and Matt are petered out. They just left Ramsey after playing basketball for two hours. [OED2] 1878 Harper's Mag. Mar. 615/2 You've been a-buyin' an' a sellin' an' a-rakin' an' a-scrapin' till your soul..is nigh about petered out.

phantom buzz
(noun phrase)

If you feel a phantom buzz, you look at your cell phone thinking you received a text or a call because you felt it vibrate, but there is nothing there. I keep getting excited because I think John is texting me, but it's just a bunch of phantom buzzes.

photobomb
(noun)

If someone performs a photobomb, they ruin a photograph by entering the frame. Look at this photobomb: there's a guy sticking out his tongue in the background.

photobomb
(verb)

If someone photobombs a picture, it means that they weren’t meant to be in the picture in the first place, but are seen in the background, usually making a funny or creepy face or doing something inappropriate.We were posing for a group picture downtown when that jerk jumped in front and photobombed us.

photoshop
(verb)

1. When you photoshop, you digitally edit a photo. I photoshopped that picture of me so my teeth don't look as yellow.  2. If someone photoshops something, they modify it in order to better suit their situation or liking. Jessica photoshopped her story of meeting Rob on the beaches of Brazil to seem a lot cooler; it didn't really happen that way. [OED2] 1992 Archives & Other Things in rec.arts.manga (Usenet newsgroup) 25 June, They were scanned by Hiroshi H. and Photoshopped by little me.

pic
(abbreviation)

Pic is a typed abbreviation for picture. This is only used for electronic and written communication. It is rarely spoken aloud, and usually jokingly so. Did you get the pics I sent you of my vacation? [OED2] 1884 J. Ruskin Let. 16 Nov. in S. Birkenhead Illustrious Friends (1965) xxxiii. 304, I am so very sorry I cant ‘reprieve’—as you call it—the ‘pics’.

picture whore
(noun phrase)

If a girl is called a picture whore, she takes her camera around everywhere taking pictures of herself and her friends. Mandie carries a camera in her purse and takes pictures of her friends constantly; now you know why everyone calls her a picture whore.

piece of shit
(interjection)

If you say "piece of shit," you are expressing annoyance or dissatisfaction with something; you are not necessarily calling any item a piece of shit. On the way to school, I yelled "Piece of shit!" when I realized I left my books for class at home. [OED2] 1942 S. Bellow Lett. (2010) 27 The current issue of Story..was full of a coarse-grained piece of shit.

pie hole
(noun phrase)

If someone is talking about someone else's pie hole they are talking about their mouth in a slightly derogatory way. If you don't have anything interesting to say, shut your pie hole[OED2] 1983 S. King Christine 53 Then shut your pie-hole.

pig
(noun)

A pig is a negative term for a police officer. The robbers heard the sirens and knew the pigs were coming after them. [OED2] 1811 Lexicon Balatronicum (at cited word), Pig, a China street pig; a Bow-street officer.

See smell bacon.
pillow biter
(noun phrase)

If someone is a pillow biter, they enjoy receiving anal sex. Justin said Mandy was a pillow biter even though she claimed to not enjoy getting her fudge packed. [OED2] 1982 Guardian Weekly 21 Feb. 20/1 The Liberal Party? They're all a bunch of pillow-biters.

See pack fudge.
pill popper
(noun phrase)

If someone is a pill popper, they take prescription drugs without a prescription for recreational use. Sandy says she doesn't do illegal drugs, but she is a pill popper.

[OED2] 1963 Time 1 Nov. 74 A lonely New Jersey pill popper who sleeps on a board.

pimp
(noun)

A pimp is a person who arranges the services of prostitutes for people and receives a share of the money. The pimp had ten prostitutes working for him. [OED2] 1600 B. Jonson Euery Man out of his Humor iii. i. sig. Iiiv, Punt. What is he for a Creature? Car. A Pimpe, a Pimpe, that I haue obseru'd yonder, the rarest Superficies of a Humor.

pimp
(adjective)

If something is pimp, then it is stylish or cool. That new BMW model is pimp. I want one!

pimp
(verb)

When a guy pimps, he flirts heavily with one or more girls. Mark was pimping his way through all of the girls at the party.

pimped out
(adjective phrase)

1. If something is pimped out, it is elaborately embellished, reminiscent of the stereotypical image of a 70's era black pimp. Pimped out is especially descriptive of large American automobiles which have been lavishly customized with visual or auditory adornments, but the term can be applied to anything that is ostentatiously adorned. These days, rappers are often pimped out with Impalas, gold teeth, and goblets.  2. If something is pimped out, it is top-of-the-line, top-notch, or best in its class. After she won money in a lawsuit, Lauren bought a pimped out Lexus with a DVD player in it. [OED2] 1988 J. Westermann High Crimes iv. 42, I wish he'd get himself a shiny jig-rig, something all pimped out so we could find him

pimpin'
(adjective)

If something or someone is pimpin', they are decadent and gaudy. That purple neon light lining the undercarriage of Jermaine's Mustang is pimpin'.

pink taco
(noun phrase)

If someone says pink taco then they are referring to the female genitalia. That sorostitute just bent over and she had no underwear on! You could totally see her pink taco!

pinning
(verb)

When someone is pinning, they are actively using the website Pinterest to mark and share websites and pictures they enjoy. Sally was awake all night pinning small corgis and engagement rings.

pissed
(adjective)

1. If someone says that they are pissed, then they mean that they are extremely angry. I'm so pissed that I lost my phone on the bus.  2. If someone is pissed, they are drunk. After a long night of partying downtown, Gena was so pissed that she could hardly hold her head up.

pissed off at
(verb phrase)

If someone is pissed off at someone, then they are extremely angry at that person. I'm pissed off at you right now. I still can't believe you would use my car without asking.

[OED2] 1943 G. Biddle Artist at War “When I'm pissed off, I always get that starry look.”

pissing contest
(noun phrase)

If two or more people get into a pissing contest, they are having a heated argument about something pointless. I didn't care that my roommates left the door unlocked, but they had a whole pissing contest about whose fault it was. [OED2] 1943 Study & Investig. of Federal Communications Comm. (Hearings before U.S. House Sel. Comm. to Investigate F.C.C.) i. 691 ‘You boys have to understand..that I have to deal with a combination like that of Hartley–David; it is like having a pissing contest with a skunk.’

piss poor
(adjective phrase)

Someone does a piss poor job at something when they do it very badly. They did a piss poor job of cleaning my house; there is still dust everywhere! [OED2] 1946 A. L. Hench MS Note 16 July (O.E.D. Archive) Descriptive of a thing in its lowest condition... E.g. This is a piss-poor outfit. My job is a piss-poor one.

pitch a tent
(verb phrase)

If a guy is pitching a tent, then he has an erection. My roommate would always pitch a tent when he was sleeping.

See morning wood.
pizza
(adjective)

If you refer to something as pizza, you mean it sucks. Short for “piece of shit.” My laptop crashed again! It’s such a pizza, I really need to get it replaced. 

See jank.
P.J.
(abbreviation)

If someone refers to P.J., they are talking about the Psychology-Journalism buildings and plaza where many introductory courses are taught. I have my 8 a.m. class in P.J. today. This term also has two uses, North P.J. and South P.J., which refer to the North and South Psychology-Journalism auditoriums, respectively.

plastered
(adjective)

If a person is plastered, they are extremely drunk. John's twenty-first birthday was Saturday, and he got so plastered while celebrating it. [OED2] 1912 Dial. Notes 3 585 Plastered,..very drunk.

See sloshed.
play
(verb)

1. When someone wants to play, they want to hang out with someone. I haven't seen you in forever; let's play this weekend. 2. If you say that someone plays, they are acting falsely. Don't play, Jason. I know you like Jennifer. [OED2] OE Riddle 42 2 Ic seah wyhte wrætlice twa undearnunga ute plegan hæmedlaces.

player
(noun)

1. A player is a guy who acts very charming to girls, but whose intentions are insincere and are usually of a sexual nature. Girl, I told you Montel was going to turn out to be a player.  2. A player is a person, usually a guy, who dates a number of different people at the same time. Don't date that guy. He's a player.

[OED2] 1962 in D. Wepman et al. The Life “We were players, it's true.”

player hater
(noun phrase)

If you call someone a player hater you mean that they despise or speak ill of players. Many women are player haters because they disapprove of how players treat girls. Connie and Denise have become player haters because of their bad experiences with men. [OED2] 1993 Time 15 Nov. 82/1 Half a dozen armed friends keep Spice safe from ‘player-haters’, who he says try to bring down successful rappers.

playing for the other team
(verb phrase)

When someone is playing for the other team, then they are homosexual. I couldn't believe that George Michael had been playing for the other team for all those years.

playing the field
(verb phrase)

If someone says they are playing the field, means they are dating or hooking up with other people and are not interested in a relationship. After Ian's bad breakup he's just been playing the field[OED2] 1917 Logansport (Indiana) Pharos-Reporter 6 Jan. 8/4 Dame Fortune is prone to play the field.

plow
(verb)

If a guy plows a girl, he has sex with her. Jim plowed Susan all night long.

[OED2] 1664 T. Killigrew Parson's Wedding ii. vii. “Is't not a sad sight to see a rich young Beauty...subject to some rough rude Fellow, that ploughs her, and esteems and uses her as a chattel?”

plugged in
(adjective phrase)

When someone is plugged in, they are wearing headphones or ear buds. John is always plugged in. He hardly ever talks to anyone. 

pocket pool
(noun phrase)

If a guy is playing pocket pool, he is playing with himself discreetly with his hand in his pocket. I saw the guy in front of me in class today playing pocket pool; it was pretty gross.

PO'ed
(abbreviation)

If someone is PO'ed, then they are pissed off. I am so PO'ed at my Biology professor right now.

poke war
(noun phrase)

If two people are engaged in a poke war, they are using facebook.com to message each other using the "poke" function. Sarah and Tom are having a poke war. She said that she had already poked him six times.

ponging
(verb)

When people are ponging, they are playing beer pong. Who’s down for ponging?

poon
(noun)

If a guy is a poon then he is a weak-spirited person. Eric is such a poon for letting his girlfriend make fun of him in front of his friends. [OED2] 1940 M. Marples Public School Slang 60 boob..goof..mutt..poon (Dulwich, 1930 +).

poontang
(noun)

If a guy says that he got himself some poontang, it is a dirty way of saying that he had sex. I saw you go home with that really drunk girl from Annex. Did you get yourself some poontang last night?

[OED2] 1927 J. O'Hara Sel. Lett. (1978) 25 Just between us I haven't had any poon-tang since I was in Germany.

pop
(verb)

If you pop someone, you use your open hand to hit them. Amy popped her brother on the back of the head whenever her parents weren't looking.

pop a rubber band
(verb phrase)

If someone pops a rubber band they are spending a lot of money, as in popping a rubber band off of a stack of bills. Joe is going to Magic City to pop a rubber band on some strippers.

pop a squat
(verb phrase)

If you pop a squat, then you sit down. Hey Andrew, come pop a squat over here by the bonfire.

pop it
(verb phrase)

If you tell someone to pop it in basketball, you want him or her to shoot the ball with the intent of scoring. I was not guarded, so my coach told me to pop it, and I did.

See pull it.
po po
(noun)

1. If you are referring to the po po, you are talking about the police in a derogatory way. We were speeding, but the po po did not pull us over.  2. If something grabs you by the po po, it surprises you. That Iraq and the U.S. were at one time allies kinda grabs one by the po po[OED2] 1994 Re: KRS-ONE Fans, Unite!! in alt.rap (Usenet newsgroup) 21 Dec., What is your connection to the po po?

pork
(verb)

If a guy porks a girl, then he has had sex with her. Scott porked Helen last night. [OED2] 1968 C. F. Baker et al. College Undergraduate Slang Study (typescript) , Pork, have sexual intercourse.

POS
(abbreviation)

When you call something a POS, you are implying that it is unsatisfactory and of low quality. This abbreviation is used almost as much as its corresponding expression “piece of shit”. Your old desktop PC is a total POS.

POS
(noun) If something is a POS, it is of poor quality. Did you see Alex's Ford Tempo? What a POS! (adjective)If something is POS, it is poor quality. My POS bike already needs new tires when I just filled them last week! Acronym for "Piece of Shit"
P.O.S.
(abbreviation) A P.O.S. is a politer way of saying that something is of a low quality or of little value. It is an abbreviation for "piece of shit." Nobody would steal my car, because it's a P.O.S.
poser
(noun)

A poser is a person who tries to mimic another person in appearance and actions. Did you hear John fake that British accent? What a poser!

postgame
(verb)

When people postgame, they drink after a night out. It is similar to a nightcap. Would you like to go back to my place to postgame?

post up
(verb phrase)

If you post up, you stand and relax at a certain spot in a crowded atmosphere. The objective of posting up is to be seen by others. Man, this bar is so crowded. Let's post up right here; the ladies will come to us.

pot
(noun)

If someone has pot, it means they are in possession of marijuana. Wanna come smoke some pot at my place tonight? I’ve got Doritos!

[OED2] 1938 C. Himes Black on Black (1973) 175 She made him smoke pot and when he got jagged..she put him out on the street.

pothead
(noun)

If someone is called a pothead, it means they smoke a lot of marijuana. My friends started calling my boyfriend a pothead because he always comes over to my place high. [OED2] 1911 C. B. Chrysler White Slavery xi. 89 Opium smokers, ‘hop fiends’ or ‘hop heads’ as they are called, are the fiercest of all the White Slavers.

powder
(noun)

Powder is another name for cocaine. Some guys crashed my party last Friday, but they shared some powder with us, so everything was cool.

praying to the porcelain god
(verb phrase)

When someone is praying to the porcelain god, they are having an extended period of vomiting, so they bend over the toilet, usually on their knees, and usually due to excessive alcohol consumption. After getting trashed at the bar, John was up all night praying to the porcelain god.

preesh
(interjection)

If someone says "preesh" they are expressing their apprecation for something. When I changed my girlfriend's tire, she said "preesh.”

pre-game
(verb)

If you pre-game, you are drinking and partying before a social gathering or a Dawgs game. Brandon said we could pre-game at his apartment before we went downtown.

preggers
(adjective)

If a girl is preggers, she is pregnant. Amy is far enough along now that you can tell she is preggers even in sweatpants.

[OED2] 1942 M. Dickens One Pair of Feet “Let anyone mention in her hearing that they felt sick, and it would be all over the hospital that they were preggers."

presh
(adjective)

Presh is short for precious. Karen and Jake have been holding hands all night! They’re totally presh!

prick
(noun)

When a guy is a prick, he is unkind and rude. Everybody said he was a prick because he was so mean to his staff.

probs
(adverb)

When you say "probs," you mean "probably." I only studied a little, so this test is probs gonna hurt my grade.

procrasturbate
(verb)

When someone procrasturbates, they procrastinating work by masturbation. I really should have done my paper last night, but I didn’t feel like it. I spent a while procrasturbating.

Combination of masturbation and procrastination

prolly
(adverb)

Prolly is an abbreviated form of probably. I'll prolly go downtown later tonight. [OED2] 1922 H. Wiley Lily xx. 248 ‘Neveh seed so many ladies in de place.’.. ‘Visitin' prolly.’ ‘Prolly is.’

props
(noun)

When somebody gives props to someone, it means they honor them with respect and admiration. Meredith was given props by helping with a grad student's research project. [OED2] 1990 Chicago Tribune 29 July 2/4, I was one of the first female rappers, but I've always gotten my props.

See mad props.
prostitot
(noun)

If someone calls a teenage girl a prostitot, she is dressed in a provocative manner resembling that of a prostitute. Man, my little sister just started junior high school and she’s become friends with all these little prostitots

psych
(interjection)

When you say “psych”, then you mean that you were joking about a previous statement. Yeah, I made out with your sister last night... psych!

psyched
(adjective)

If someone is psyched about something, then they are very excited. I am psyched my parents are coming in town tonight because they are taking me out to eat at DePalma's. [OED2] 1963 Washington Post 23 Oct. c2/2, I call this mental preparedness. Gets the boys all ‘psyched’ up for the game.

P.T.
(abbreviation) P.T. is another name for playing time in a sport. I got 30 minutes of P.T. in the football game.
P.T.F.O.
(adjective)

If someone is P.T.F.O. , they are passed the f**k out from drinking alcohol in excess. Saturday at the tailgate after four rounds of funneling beer, Scott was P.T.F.O. in his chair and didn't even make it to the game. Can be said aloud or in text message.

puff puff pass
(idiom)

If puff puff pass is announced while smoking marijuana, then it is acceptable to hit the joint/bowl/etc. twice, and then pass it along. Puff puff pass, dude! Take one more hit, then send it my way!

puhlease
(interjection)

When someone says puhlease they mean “yeah right” or “I don’t believe you.” Puhlease, Jordan didn’t shack last night—she couldn’t get a man to save her life.

puke
(verb)

When you puke, you vomit. The girl puked after seeing blood.

[OED2] 1600; British; origin unknown; "probably of imitative origin"; first known occurrence is in the "Seven Ages of Man" speech from William Shakespeare's play “As You Like It”; the noun pukishness appears in 1581 and puke is thought to be a verbal derivative; as for the ultimate etymology, perhaps from an earlier form *spuke (from Indo-European root spu-, speu meaning 'spew, spit').

puke and rally
(verb phrase)

If you puke and rally, you throw up during a night of drinking and feel well enough afterward to resume drinking. I know you're not feeling well, but we need you to puke and rally; we're playing beer pong next.

pull
(verb)

When you pull, you attract women in an effort to hook up with them. With these new clothes I am going to pull so many girls downtown.

pull off
(verb phrase)

If you pull off something, you accomplish a seemingly daunting task. Fiona could not believe I pulled off a six-page paper in 24 hours.

pumped
(adjective)

 If you are pumped, you are excited about something. I am really pumped about going to see the Dawgs play this weekend! [OED2] 1792 M. Wollstonecraft Vindic. Rights Woman v. 209 Lover-like phrases of pumped up passion.

punk'd
(verb)

If you get punk'd, someone has pulled a prank on you. When my bill at the bar totaled $250, I felt like I had been punk'd.

2003, from the MTV show by the same name, in which practical jokes are played on celebrities.

punk out
(verb phrase)

When someone punks out, they give up on something in a cowardly manner. This term is often used in a disapproving manner and is possibly demeaning. We were going to go skydiving on Saturday, but Billy punked out on us.

purp
(noun)

When someone says that they have purp, this means that they have a strain of high-grade marijuana, which is very potent and expensive. Pete just called and said he's got that purp for $20 a gram.

purple drank
(noun phrase)

If someone has purple drank, they have a drink that is codeine/promethazine cough syrup occasionally mixed with sprite. Can you believe there was a free supply of purple drank at that party?

purple nurple
(noun phrase)

If someone gets a purple nurple, then someone pinched their nipples and twisted them hard. I’m so mad at Keegan! He gave me a purple nurple this morning and my boobs have been sore all day!

pussy
(noun)

1. When someone calls a guy a pussy, they mean that he is cowardly or weak. I can't believe you didn't ask that girl out. You're such a pussy. See wuss. [OED2] 1904 M. Corelli God's Good Man “I shall invite Roxmouth and his tame pussy, Mr. Marius Longford.” 2. A pussy is a vagina. This term is often used to indicate sexual intercourse. Jake is only dating Liz because he wants guaranteed pussy every night.

See wuss.
pussy
(noun)

A pussy is a vagina. This term is often used to indicate sexual intercourse. Jake is only dating Liz because he wants guaranteed pussy every night. [OED2] c1557–65 in T. Wright Songs & Ballads (1860) lxxiv. 209 Adew, my pretty pussy, Yow pynche me very nere.

pussy galore
(noun phrase)

If you say a party will have pussy galore, you mean there will be a lot of girls there. There will be pussy galore at this party so we need to bring some condoms. See antonym sausage party.

See sausage party.
pussy whipped
(adjective phrase)

If a man is pussy whipped, then he is at the mercy of his female significant other and prioritizes her over anyone else. I never see Joe anymore because he spends all his time with his girlfriend. He's so pussy whipped[OED2] 1953 W. Sheldon Troubling of Star ii. 47 ‘What kind of status?’ ‘P.W. Pussy-whipped. Thought you know that one.’

put it to
(verb phrase)

If a person wants to put it to somebody, then they desire to have sex with them. Most guys I know would put it to Carmen Electra.

put on
(verb phrase)

When someone puts on for something, they are representing or defending that thing. I put on for my city when people insult it.

put on one's game face
(idiom)

When someone puts on their game face, they are preparing for the event at hand. Mike had to put on his game face before he could talk to Sarah and Emily at the end of the bar. 

put the smack down
(verb phrase)

If you say you are going to put the smack down, you mean you are going to take control of a person or situation. While this can be a literal action, it is usually used as a joking phrase or claim. When Katie's boyfriend was flirting too much with other girls, she had to put the smack down and limit his social time without her.

See lay the smackdown.
put up a front
(verb phrase)

A person who is lying in order to hide something is putting up a front. Josie said she couldn’t go out tonight because she has homework. She’s putting up a front because she just wants to spend time with her boyfriend.

pwn
(verb)

1. If someone says they pwn at something, they do it very well. He pwns at Mario Kart.  2. If someone pwns someone else, they beat the other person at a game. He pwned you on that last round of Halo.

See own.
QT
(abbreviation)

If you are going to take a QT, you are taking a quick trip. Want to take a QT to Kroger?

quality
(adjective)

When something is quality, then it is good. He seemed like a quality guy, but he turned out to be very arrogant.  [OED2] 1960 Stand 4 6 His plan was to raise the paper's price and tip it decisively into the quality camp.

quarter
(noun)

A quarter refers to one quarter of an ounce of marijuana, which is equal to seven grams. All I have left is a quarter. I’ll need to re-up soon.

queen
(noun)

A queen is a very effeminate and whiny gay man. This term is offensive. Matt is such a queen. He wiggles his ass like a chick when he walks; he's always limp-wristed, and if you say anything to him at all, he'll bitch you out. [OED2] 1729 Hell upon Earth 43 Where have you been you saucy Queen? If I catch you Strouling and Caterwauling, I'll beat the Milk out of your Breasts I will so.

queer
(adjective)

If someone is queer, then they are homosexual. My boyfriend told me he was queer last night. Since I’m also a man, it didn’t come as any shock to me. [OED2] 1914 Los Angeles Times 19 Nov. ii. 10/5   He said that the Ninety-six Club was the best; that it was composed of the ‘queer’ people....

rabbit food
(noun phrase)

The term “rabbit food” designates leafy greens and vegetables. It is usually used in a joking manner. Jamie is ridiculous, she is so obsessed with her weight that all she ever eats is rabbit food!

[OED2] 1772 A. Young Polit. Ess. conc. Present State Brit. Empire v.119 Those very tracts of country which formerly yielded nothing but sheep and rabbit food, are now covered with gallant crops of corn.

rack
(noun)

A rack is another word for a girl's breasts and cleavage. Usually used by males, often considered offensive. Wow man, check out the rack on that chick; she has an awesome body!

rad
(adjective)

When something is rad, then it's radical, or very cool. I thought the techno music in the bar was rad, but nobody else thought so.

ragequit
(verb)

If someone ragequits, they abruptly stop playing an online game out of frustration and anger. I just crushed some kid at Halo and he ragequit.

ragin'
(adjective)

If someone is ragin' they are usually angry and annoyed, sometimes caused by steroids. That guy is so ragin' I think he might punch a hole in the wall.

rag on
(verb phrase)

If you rag on something, you make fun of it or speak unfavorably of it. Don't rag on my car; I give you a ride every day!

[OED] 1979 Los Angeles Times 2 Dec. (Book Review section) 4/1 Critics all over the country for years and years have been ragging on Joyce Carol.

rail
(verb)

If a guy rails someone, he has sex with them. Mike totally railed Serena last night.

ralph
(verb)

If someone ralphs, they vomit. After getting severe food poisoning at McDonalds, Matt was ralphing all night.

[OED2] 1966 Current Slang (Univ. S. Dakota) 1iii. 6 Ralph, to vomit.

rando
(noun)

A rando is a ‘random’ person, especially referring to a sexual partner. Just open your eyes, there are randos everywhere.

See wat.
random
(adjective)

If you call a situation random, then it is strange or unexpected. So like, I saw my best friend from high school at Kroger's whom I hadn't seen in five years. It was totally random.

[OED2] 1655 Fuller “In vain do staid heads make serious comments on light mens random-expressions.”

random
(noun)

If someone is a random, then they are a stranger, or someone with whom you would not typically associate. I went out on a date with a complete random last night.

See strange.
rank
(adjective)

If something is rank, then it smells bad. My fraternity house was rank from the unwashed dishes, but I got used to it after a few weeks of living there. [OED2] 1570 P. Levens Manipulus Vocabulorum sig. Biv/2 Ranke smell, magnus odor, olidus.

raped
(verb)

If a group or person got raped, then they lost by a high margin to another group or person in a competition. This can be offensive due to the sensitive and serious crime of rape. The final score between UGA and Idaho State last season was 55-7. Idaho State got raped! [OED2] 1387 T. Wimbledon Serm. (Corpus Cambr.) (1967) 91  Rauenes fisches haueþ sum mesure. Whan þey hungreþ, þey rapeþ [v.r. rapyn]; but whan þey beþ fulle, þey spareþ.

See get owned.
rape (someone's) wall
(verb phrase)

If you say that someone raped your wall, you are referring to someone excessively writing or posting on your facebook wall. Usage is usually by females only. Tony just raped my wall with youtube videos.

rat
(noun)

A rat is a person who betrays another person. That rat, Kyle, cheated on his girlfriend. [OED2] 1818 T. Moore Fudge Family in Paris 48 Give me the useful peaching Rat; Not things as mute as Punch, when bought.

ratchet
(adjective)

1. A place is considered ratchet if it does not seem civilized. That neighborhood is so ratchet. Three people got shot there last year! 2. If something or someone is ratchet, then that person or thing is trashy, annoying, or nasty. LaQuonda is so ratchet. She always dresses trashy and acts so annoying.

rat on
(verb phrase)

If you rat on someone, you are betraying a person who confided in you by telling their secret. Vince ratted on Jim, telling Mike about all Jim's illegal activities.

[OED2] 1932 A. J. Worrall Eng. Idioms 12 Of course I won't do that. Do you think I'd rat on a pal?

raunchy
(adjective phrase)

If something is raunchy, then it is gross or vulgar. Kevin always told raunchy jokes in front of my girlfriend.

[OED2] 1937 B. Lay I wanted Wings iii. 52 You're gigged, Mister. Raunchy shoeshine Raunchy brass. Raunchy haircut. Raunchy shave.

rave
(noun)

When people go to a rave, they are going to a party that has techno music, plenty to drink, and sometimes ecstasy. When we went to the rave last night, there were more hot babes than you could shake a stick at.

[OED2] 1960 News Chron. 16 Feb. 6 I wandered around to a rave I knew was going on in Covent Garden.

raw dog
(verb)

 If a guy raw dogs a girl, it means he has had sex with her without protection. I raw dogged the hottest chick last night!

See hit it raw.
rebooty
(noun)

A rebooty is a booty call made with an ex. After John and Kim broke up, John called Kim for some rebooty on Monday.

recognize
(verb)

If someone tells you to recognize, they are implicitly threatening you to recognize your offense and modify your stance, or suffer dire consequences. I told him to recognize and stop talking like that to me.

Red & Black
(noun) The Red & Black is the independent student newspaper that serves the University of Georgia community. I always pick up a Red & Black before my first class. They're free. Image for definition
redneck
(noun)

A redneck is a person who has strong southern pride and looks like they are underprivileged. Redneck can be offensive to many southerners. Ty always wore his "Born a redneck, gonna' die a redneck!" shirt to NASCAR races. [OED2] 1893 H. A. Shands, Some Peculiarities of Speech in Mississippi. Red-neck,..a name applied by the better class of people to the poorer inhabitants of the rural districts.

See good ol' boy.
Redneck Riviera
(noun) If someone refers to the Redneck Riviera, they are talking about Panama City Beach, Florida. There is no way I am going to the Redneck Riviera for Spring Break.
redonkulous
(adjective)

If you call something redonkulous you mean it is especially ridiculous or unbelievable. Blake recommended this redonkulous documentary about a pet cemetery in a small town in Florida.

red ring of death
(noun phrase)

If you encounter the red ring of death, then your Xbox 360 has a major malfunction and must be repaired by the manufacturer. I can’t play my new game because of the damned red ring of death!

See blue screen of death.
reefer
(noun)

Reefer is marijuana. We should smoke some reefer before we go to dinner; I have no appetite unless I'm high anymore.

[OED2] 1931 Time 7 Sept. 18/2 Its [sc. marijuana's] leaves can be dried, ground and rolled into cigarets, which are bootlegged under the name of ‘muggles’, ‘reefers’, or ‘Mary Warners’.

reek
(verb)

When something reeks it smells incredibly bad. Dude, throw out your month-old leftovers! The fridge reeks!

reel (someone) in
(verb phrase)

If you say that you are reelin' someone in, you have caught their interest and are trying to pursue them further. I just got Jane to give me her number. Now I'm really reelin' her in.

rent a cop
(noun)

A rent a cop is a security guard. Jake knocked out the rent a cop at the band party. [OED2] 1963 Stevens Point (Wisconsin) Daily Jrnl. 13 Sept. 4 The phrase is ‘rent-a-cop’—applied to security guards used at the newspaper plant during the labor dispute.

represent
(verb)

If you say that someone is representing, you mean they are in attendance at a party or certain event and are proud. They could also be there on behalf of another person or group. UGA athletes were representing at the regional competition. [OED2] 1550  T. Nicolls tr. Thucydides Hist. Peloponnesian War xiii. x. f. Ccxiii   They assembled to the nomber of foore houndred fully determyned to assaulte and dryue awaye all those, that conducted the comon gouernance: pretendinge themself to be and represente all the com.

respawn
(verb)

When you respawn in a video game, your character reappears to continue play after having died. Everyone I played against was better than me; I had to respawn every thirty seconds!

(Lexis Nexis) 1995, “a new […] interface, with which you can alter skill levels, select turbo, respawn, and have no monsters at all in your game…”

retarded
(null)

When someone says that something is retarded, they mean that they think it is extremely stupid. This is offensive and insensitive toward the mentally disabled. The fact that we have a paper due right after spring break is retarded. [OED2] 1949  M. Dickens Flowers on Grass ix. 242  They say I’m retarded,’ Pamela told him..‘because I still like playing games.

See tard, Slang Grammar Help Page.
retro
(adjective phrase)

If something is or looks retro, you are saying in a positive way that it has a stylish, vintage quality. I find all sorts of retro clothes at the thrift stores in town.

[OED2] 1972 Chicago Tribune 29 Jan. n13 Yves Saint Laurent returns to simple elegance... Yves now drops the..tacky retro look that provoked criticism in the past.

re-up
(verb)

A person has to re-up when something is low in stock, usually money or drugs. I used everything I had. I need to call John so I can re-up.

[OED2] 1975 J. Sepe & J. Telano Cop Team 177 He's got to go and re-up.

rickrolled
(verb phrase)

If a person gets rickrolled, they are tricked in some way into opening an internet link which they thought was relevant to their current use of the internet, but in fact leads them to a completely different site. The phrase originates from a link leading to a music video of "Never Gonna Give You Up” by Rick Astley. I was surfing the web trying to learn about giant pandas when I clicked on this link and got totally rickrolled. I had to restart my computer.

ricockulous
(adjective)

If someone calls something ricockulous, they mean it is ridiculous. This term is playfully offensive. This whole assignment is ricockulous; we have no idea what we're doing!

ride
(noun)

1. If you refer to someone as your ride, you mean that that person is taking you somewhere by car. Jenny's ride picked her up at 7:00 last night. 2. Your ride is the vehicle you drive. Derek told everyone to come outside and look at his new ride. [OED2] 1718 F. de La Pilonnière Reply to Dr. Snape's Vindic. ii. 31 He would take a Ride to Croydon, in order to get 'em [sc. two Guineas] from him.

ride out
(verb phrase)

 If you are going to ride out, you are going to leave. We decided to ride out after Jake turned up.

ridic
(adjective)

Ridic is short for ridiculous. Did he really give us three assignments due right after Florida-Georgia? Ugh. Ridic.

riding bitch
(verb)

If someone is riding bitch, they are sitting in the rear middle seat in a five seat car. Since Justin is so short and skinny, he is always riding bitch

right on
(adjective phrase)

When something is right on, it is excellent and fully appropriate for the situation at hand. Those pancakes I had this morning were right on. They definitely set me straight to begin the day.

right quick
(adverb)

If you do something right quick, you do it right away. When my karate teacher said it was time to practice, I got up right quick and followed her.

'rillo
(noun)

A ‘rillo is the shortened form of the word "Cigarillo," which is a small, thin flavored cigar that is usually emptied of its tobacco and replaced with marijuana. Can you roll me a 'rillo? See also blunt.

See blunt
rip
(verb)

If someone rips data from a DVD or CD, they are copying the contents to their computer's hard drive. Last night I rented a movie and ripped it. [OED2] 1982 Business Week 31 May 28/3 The user who rips off (an applications) software program and makes a copy to give a friend is a different class of pirate.

rip a new one
(verb phrase)

If someone gets ripped a new one, then they got badly beaten and put to shame. UGA got ripped a new one in the game last week.

ripped
(adjective)

1. If a person is ripped, they are either extremely drunk or under the influence of drugs. Sometimes friends get together on a Friday night and get ripped. 2. If a person is ripped, they have a very defined figure and well-developed muscles. Billy was ripped because he worked out at the gym every day. [OED2] 1966 J. L. Simmons & B. Winograd It's Happening 173 (Gloss.)  Stoned, unusually high on lsd or marijuana also loaded smashed ripped torn up.

roach
(noun)

A roach is the very end of a joint that has been almost completely smoked and is hard to pass around. Let's put that roach in the bowl and smoke it so we don't waste any of our precious pot.

1938 New Yorker “A pinched-off smoke, or stub, is a roach.”

road head
(noun)

If a guy gets road head, he is receiving oral sex while driving. I picked Lisa up from her house and got road head on the way to my house.

See head.
road trip
(verb)

 If someone road trips, they go on a long drive. Erin and I road tripped up to South Carolina to buy fireworks for the 4th of July.

road trip
(noun)

1. A road trip is a joy ride by a number of frat boys in two or more cars. The driver of the lead car is typically driving out in the country in an area he is likely to get lost in. We had a hell of a time on the road trip last night and didn't get in until 5:00 A.M.  2. A road trip is a long car ride where the emphasis is more on the trip than the destination. We went on a road trip to Myrtle Beach even though we knew everything was going to be closed by the time we got there.

[OED2] 1865 Leeds Mercury 1 June 4/2 The road trip is yet the favourite means of reaching Epsom with those who possess carriages of their own….

roamin'
(verb)

When someone is roamin', they are out on the town checking out possible romantic pursuits. Britt and Jon just broke up, so Britt will be roamin' tonight!

rock
(verb)

If something rocks, it is very good. That band that opened for Drive-by Truckers rocked. [OED2] 1969 Times-Bull. (Van Wert, Ohio) 3 Oct. 2 (advt.) Bored? Uptight? In a box? Weekend bowling really rocks!

rocks
(noun)

If a person has rocks in their possession, they have cocaine or crack. George got some rocks for the party last night. [OED2] 1973 D. E. Smith & D. R. Wesson Uppers & Downers 150 Rock, cocaine in rock form.

roll
(verb)

1. When you roll somewhere, you go to that location. Let's roll to Sally's once everyone gets ready. 2. When you roll, or roll out, you leave a place. When Heather was ready to leave she said, "Let's roll." 3. A person who is rolling is driving a car. My friends and I were rolling around our neighborhood. 4. If you roll a joint, you prepare to smoke marijuana by wrapping some in a small piece of paper. Out of papers, Isaac tried to roll with a Post-It note. 5. If you roll, you are under the influence of the drug ecstasy. They bought two ecstasy pills and were planning on rolling tonight. 6. If you roll, you are carrying yourself in a particular way. In response to the constant jokes about his overly feminine clothing, Chris said, “Hey man, that's just the way I roll.”

roll around in the hay
(verb phrase)

If you roll around in the hay with someone, you have sex with them. Steve rolled around in the hay with his girlfriend.

rollin' deep
(verb phrase)

1. If a group of people is rollin' deep, they are traveling in a car with several other people or are traveling together in more than two cars. They were rollin' deep when they came to the party last night; I saw them pull up in five different cars. 2. If a group of people is rollin' five deep, they are traveling together in a group of five people. They were rollin' five deep when they came to the party last night.

Rosa Parked
(verb)

When you are so high on marijuana that you cannot move from the place you are at, you are Rosa Parked, seemingly stuck in place. Kyle and his friends smoked so much weed from the bong he was Rosa Parked for hours.

Rosie Palm
(noun) When you are dating Rosie Palm and her five sisters, you are masturbating. She turned me down. Guess I'll be dating Rosie Palm again tonight. This is usually said by guys.
rough
(adjective)

  If you say something is rough, you mean it is very unpleasant or difficult to deal with. The test covers eight chapters? Man, that's gonna be rough. [OED2] 1709 J. Collier Ess. Several Moral Subj. iv.418 Paul had a rough time on't, and was almost always harrass'd with Poverty, and Persecution.

R.T.S.
(abbreviation) An R.T.S. game, real-time strategy, is a strategy-based video game in which the player and the opponents are competing at the same time rather than on a turn-basis.I prefer the old-fashioned turn-based stuff like Civilization, but I am known to play the occasional R.T.S.
rubber
(noun)

A rubber is a condom. I can't believe Jane admitted that she likes those popcorn-flavored rubbers.

[OED2] 1947 C. Willingham End as Man “Maybe next time you'll use a rubber.”

rub one out
(verb phrase)

When a guy rubs one out, he is masturbating. Eric rubbed one out while watching “Debbie Does Dallas.”

rugger hugger
(noun)

A rugger hugger is a girl who hangs around either the male or female rugby teams extremely often and usually dates or pursues the players. Shelby dated Justin and Liam and comes to all the rugby socials and games all season long. She is such a rugger hugger.

Rule 34
(noun phrase)

According to Rule 34, there is pornography featuring everything in existence, with no exceptions. “I wonder if they have any porn involving lamps.” “Rule 34, dude.”

run a train
(verb phrase)

If guys run a train on a girl, then many guys have sex with her one after the other on the same night. Five guys at the party ran a train on Kim after she went into the bedroom with them last night.

run game
(verb phrase)

If a guy is running game, he is successfully flirting with a girl. James managed to run game on all the girls at the bar.

runs, the
(noun)

When someone experiences the runs, they are experiencing diarrhea. That Waffle House meal gave me the runs last night.

sack
(noun)

If someone says they have a sack, they have a bag of marijuana. Sue was busted last night because she had a sack on her.

sadface
(noun)

If someone says sadface, then they are expressing empathy for someone who has said something sad or told a sad story. This is a spoken form of the emoticon :( “Man, I totally just got a 69 on my midterm, plus my mom just told me my dog had to be put to sleep.” “Aww, sadface.”

sake bomb
(verb)

If you sake bomb, then you are playing a drinking game by placing a half mug of Sapporo beer on a table with a pair of chopsticks balanced on top of it. You then balance a shot of sake on top of the chopsticks and pound the table until the shot glass falls into the drink. You then try to finish your drink before anyone else does. This is usually done in a Japanese restaurant or a sushi bar.  Man, I was sake bombing with my friends all night long and now I am really drunk.

salty
(adjective)

If someone is salty, they are overly offended. Typically used to describe someone who has lost in a fighting game. I hate playing Street Fighter with Cody, because when he loses he gets salty.

Sandcastle
(noun)

When someone refers to The Sandcastle, they mean the Delta Gamma sorority house due to the pale yellow color of the exterior of the house. “Are you living in The Sandcastle next year, Sally?”

sauce
(noun)

If someone asks for sauce, they are requesting the source of the content; this is most commonly used on the internet. I wanted to know what movie he got that image from, so I asked him for the sauce.

See blunt.
saucy
(adjective)

If something is saucy, then it is very good. The new Brad Pitt movie is pretty saucy. [OED2] 1552 H. Latimer Serm. Lincoln (1562) i. 65 “But he that wilbe a christen man, that intendeth to come to heauen, must be a sausye felow: he must be well poudered with the sause of affliction and tribulation.”

sausage fest
(noun phrase)

When a party or gathering is referred to as a sausage fest, the attendees are primarily male. That frat party was a total sausage fest -- no girls anywhere!

scenester
(noun)

If someone is a scenester, they hang out with members of the Athens music scene and are active in said scene. John is such a scenester! I see him at every show in town, not to mention all eight of his bands.

[OED2] 1982 Los Angeles Times 16 July vi. 16/2 “The Young Gones, a co-ed a cappella outfit composed of four local seen-on-the-scenesters, opened the evening with a brief set.”

schleep
(verb)

When someone schleep, they act as if they are oblivious to what is going on around them.  When Britney saw this cute dude she had a crush on, she accidentally fell so he could pick her up. When Britnay's friends saw what she had done, they said, "We saw you, but we SCHLLEEEPPPP".

schlick
(verb)

If a girl schlicks, she is masturbating. It represents the sound made when a girl masturbates. I was so excited for Melissa to be my roommate until I found out she likes to schlick a lot.

See fap.
schlong
(noun)

If a guy has a schlong then he has a large penis. Tina told her friends that she wanted to date Will just because he had an enormous schlong.

See wang.
schmammered
(adjective)

If someone is schmammered, they are very drunk. Tomorrow is my birthday so I want be totally schmammered by the end of the night.

school
(verb)

If you school someone, then you beat them excessively in a sport; your level of playing is so much higher than their ability that you, in effect, teach them. Man, Matt schooled me on the basketball court today. [OED2] 1559 T. Mowntayne Mem. in B. Cusack Everyday Eng. 1500–1700 (1998) 261 “Thow haste lyke a shamles man: offendyd yn bothe [treason and heresy] & yt shalte thow knowe: I wyl scole ye my selue than he callyd for the marshall or some of hys men.”

schwasted
(adjective)

Someone who is schwasted is extremely drunk. Man, last night Alex got so schwasted he was falling all over the place!

scooby snacks
(noun)

Scooby snacks are the ash particles that are pulled through into the mouth when a bowl is cashed. This is an unpleasant event and should be avoided at all costs. Why did you pass that cashed bowl to me, asshole? I’ve got a mouth full of Scooby snacks now!

scoot
(verb)

If someone scoots, they are participating in the act of riding a scooter somewhere. You ready to scoot over to Blake's house?

scope
(verb)

If a guy is scoping, then he is observing a room, typically a bar or lounge, and finding the most attractive girl he wants to talk to. I think David likes you because I saw him scoping this way.

scope out
(verb phrase)

When you scope out a place, you are examining it. The first thing you do when you get to a party is to scope the place out.

scope this out
(verb phrase)

If someone says “scope this out,” they want you to look at something. Scope out this new chair; it practically conforms to your body.

See check this out.
score
(verb)

1. If someone scores, then they have a sexual experience with someone. John scored with Katie after the party.  2. If someone scores, then they obtain drugs. Bryan scored some weed, so he's coming over to smoke with us.  3. If you score something, you get it for free. Dude, I just scored this awesome t-shirt from Ramsey's lost and found.  4. If you say someone scored, you mean they got a deal on something cool. Wow Jennifer, you got those cool shoes for fifteen bucks? You really scored.

[OED2] 1960 R. G. Reisner Jazz Titans “Score, to attain success, to get what you want. Example: I scored with that chick.”

score
(interjection)

If someone says score after you tell them about something, it means they think it is cool. Check out these jeans I got at the Potter's House. Score!

[OED2] 1844 E. R. Mardon Billiards 94 “For should he play it slowly and miss the score, he will..leave a certain canon for his opponent.”

scratcher
(noun)

A scratcher is a scratch off lottery ticket. Hannah’s dad won one million dollars on a scratcher.

screwed
(adjective)

If someone is screwed, then they are in a bad situation that seems hard to get out of. We have our test today?! I'm so screwed!

screwed up
(adjective phrase)

If a situation is screwed up, then it is not going the way it should. My relationship with Sharon is screwed up. She never tells me what she's doing anymore. [OED2] 1907 M. A. von Arnim Fräulein Schmidt lxxiv. 372, “I don't love you..it makes me tired just to think..of the bother of it, of the perpetual screwed-up condition of mind and body to a pitch above the normal.”

screw up
(verb phrase)

When you screw up you make a mistake. He knew he got a bad grade on the test because he screwed up the last section.

seals the deal
(verb phrase)

If someone seals the deal, they succeed at having sex with a person they've been desiring. After a night of passion, Dan bragged that he had finally sealed the deal with the girl he'd been chasing for months.

See close the deal.
seat back
(interjection)

When someone calls “seat back” they mean they are saving a seat they were previously sitting in. This is usually for a preferred seat location in the room. I'm going to the bathroom. Seat back!

selfie
(noun)

When you take a selfie you are taking a picture of yourself, usually on a cell phone to post online later. Let’s take a selfie to post as your new profile picture.

semi
(noun)

If a guy has a semi, he has a slight erection, in a stage between being flaccid and being hard. It's so embarrassing when I see a hot girl and get a semi.

See stiffy.
senioritis
(noun)

 If someone has senioritis, they are a senior who is about to graduate and is eager to get out of school. After spring break, I came down with a bad case of senioritis. I didn't want to do any more school work.

serial
(adjective)

If someone says “serial,” they jokingly mean “serious.” Popularized by the 2006 episode of “South Park” called “ManBearPig.” ManBearPig is coming! I'm serial!

sewious
(adjective)

When you say sewious, you are jokingly saying “serious.” The expression comes from the Wonderpets character Ming Ming in 2010. You really rocked the karaoke last night. I’m sewious!

See cereal.
sexile
(verb)

1. If someone has been sexiled, their roommate has forced them to leave their room so that the couple can have sex. This term is most frequently used in dormitories where roommates have to share a bedroom. Joe was sexiled last Tuesday when Mark brought his girlfriend back to their room. 2. If a guy has been sexiled, then his girlfriend is angry with him and is withholding sex as a punishment. Mark got in a fight with his girlfriend and now he's been sexiled

sexting
(verb)

If someone is sexting, they are sending sexual and suggestive text messages to someone. I think that girl over there is sexting, she looks too happy to be in accounting class.

shack
(verb)

When someone shacks, they are spending the night with somebody, often engaging in sexual activities. Shacking usually happens after a night of partying. I’ve got the house to myself tonight—my roommate is gonna shack with John. [OED2] 1935 Z. N. Hurston Mules & Men i. vii. 161 “Ah..was doin' fine till Ah shacked up with a woman dat had a great big ole black cat.”

shacker
(noun)

A shacker is a girl who spends the night with someone they just met that night. I knew when my roommate didn’t come home last night she was a shacker.

shack up
(verb phrase)

 1. When a girl shacks up with a guy, she stays the night with him, usually in his fraternity house or apartment. Phil drove Beth back to her house before her 8:00 a.m. class after she shacked up with him the night before. 2. If someone is shacking up with a person, they are living in that person's home in a temporary arrangement. Jill shacked up with Jerry until they broke up. Then she found her own apartment.

shades
(noun)

 Shades are sunglasses. I think it is a requirement that all Greeks put Croakies on their shades.

shady
(adverb)

If someone is acting shady, they are acting like they have something to hide. That Techie with bulging pockets is acting shady.

shady
(adjective)

1. If you say someone is shady, you mean they are not trustworthy. The man that comes to sell magazines at your house is shady. 2. If something is shady, then it is mysterious. We figured we wrote down the wrong directions to the party, because the house we pulled up at was shady.

[OED2] 1862 Sat. Rev. “Balls and bazaars continue to be the refuge of institutions, whether charitable or religious, whose balance-sheets are “shady”.”

shafted
(verb)

 If someone is shafted, then they are denied something unfairly or treated badly. I got shafted by that girl that I had been dating.

shank
(verb)

If you shank a ball, then you mishit or strike it poorly; this is usually a golf or soccer term. Tom shanked the penalty kick, so we lost a great opportunity to score.

[OED2] 1927 “Golf. To strike (the ball) with the heel of the club”. “Of all the awful things a man may do to a golf ball the most demoralising and the most mystifying is to ‘shank' it.”

shank
(noun)

 A shank is a knife. The cops came because that guy pulled a shank on Matt.

sharp
(adjective)

If someone is dressed sharp, then they are dressed nice and look good. Chris always dressed sharp when he went downtown.

shart
(verb)

If someone sharts, they fart, and in doing so, accidentally release a small amount of feces. Tom told me we had to leave immediately. Later I found out he had sharted in his pants and wanted to change. 

shawty
(noun)

If someone calls you “shawty,” they mean that you are their friend. Matt calls Peter “Shawty” because they are best friends.

See shorty.
shenanigans
(adjective)

When someone calls a something shenanigans, they are saying that it is unfair or bizarre. That homework was so hard that it took us five hours to finish it. It was total shenanigins.

[OED2] From the noun shenanigan, meaning 'trickery, skulduggery, machination, intrigue'. 1855; Town Talk (San Francisco) “Are you quite sure? No shenanigan?"

shenanigans
(interjection)

 If you say “shenanigans” you are calling someone out on a lie or fraudulent claim. “I slept with Hillary Duff when I was in Miami over spring break.” “Shenanigans!”

shindig
(noun)

A shindig is a party. Too bad you didn't make it to that 80's shindig at Ruby's last week. [OED2] 1871 B. Harte in Atlantic Monthly Sept. 373/1 “‘Is this a dashed Puritan meeting?’.. ‘It's no Pike County shindig.’”

ship
(noun)

A ship is an inaccurate pairing of two people as if they were a couple. The more ridiculous the pair is, the better the ship.

See Rule 34.
ship
(verb)

If someone ships two people, they are writing, drawing, or posting about them as if they were a couple.Why would you ship me and Anthony in your story? I don’t even like him like that!

shit a brick
(verb phrase)

1. If someone has shit a brick, they are in a state of disbelief or are going crazy over something. Usage note: May be pluralized to "shit bricks." Dad almost shit a brick when he found out I failed my math test. 2. If someone shit a brick, then they defecate. We have to find a bathroom. I am about to shit a brick in my pants.

shit bricks
(verb phrase)

If someone has shit bricks, they are in a state of disbelief or are going crazy over something. My dad shit bricks when he found out I failed my math test

shitfaced
(adjective phrase)

 If someone is shitfaced, they are very drunk. When Patrick gets shitfaced, he blabs and blabs and won't shut up. 

shits and giggles
(noun phrase)

If someone does something for shits and giggles, they perform an inane act for the fun of it. Justin enjoys going to Bourbon Street and hitting on freshman coeds just for shits and giggles.

shitshow
(noun)

1. If you say a situation is a shitshow, you mean it is being dealt with very poorly. My class presentation is going to be a real shitshow if my powerpoint doesn't work. 2. A shitshow is an event that gets out of control, usually facilitated by alcohol. Dude, I woke up in a puddle of booze and John was missing. What happened last night? That party was a shitshow. 

shitstorm
(noun)

A shitstorm is a large amount of drama, typically involving a lot of people and/or lasting a long amount of time. Sandy’s being blackballed, and her parents are not happy. There’s about to be a huge shitstorm.

shit, the
(noun)

 If you say that a person is the shit, they are admirable. Nora is the shit. She just tells it like it is.

shitty
(adjective)

1. If you get shitty, you drink excessively. I plan to go to a bar and get shitty tonight. 2. When something is shitty, it is unpleasant. Lisa's audition was so shitty that she threw herself on the bed and cried.

[OED2] 1879 Harlequin Prince Cherrytop 7 “But bright eyes look askance, the more's the pity, For all their penises were somewhat shitty. The Princes [sic] little prick looked sharp and pointed.”

shiz, the
(noun)

If someone is the shiz, they are known to be great or wonderful. When it came to dancing, Michael Jackson was the shiz.

shoot
(interjection)

 If someone says shoot, they are expressing their frustration in a mild way. The term is a euphemism for the interjection shit. Shoot! I caught my finger in the car door. 

shoot
(verb)

If someone says “shoot,” you may proceed to tell your story knowing they are giving you their full attention. “Hey Michael, I've got a problem and I need your advice.” “Okay, shoot.”

short
(verb)

If someone gets shorted, they did not get the correct amount of product they bought, usually drugs. This sucks. I can’t believe he shorted me five grams! [OED2] 1942 L. V. Berrey & M. Van den Bark Amer. Thes. Slang §491/6 “Short, short one for his end,..to withold more than one's share.”

shorty
(noun)

 If someone is your shorty, then you show them affection. I like Megan because she calls me her shorty. 
 

See shawty.
shot
(adjective)

 If you say something is shot, you mean it has been ruined. Cathy just called and cancelled, so my night's shot. Wanna go downtown? [OED2] 1926 E. Hemingway Fiesta (1927) iii. xix. 277 “That meant San Sebastian all shot to hell.”

shot down
(verb phrase)

 If you get shot down, you make an unsuccessful attempt at hitting on someone. Mikey always gets shot down when he hits on girls downtown. He should stop showing them his scar on his elbow.

shotgun
(noun)

If someone gives a shotgun, they are blowing their hit of concentrated marijuana into someone else's mouth with force. We don't have very much weed so give me your shotgun

shotgun
(adverb)

1. If you ride shotgun, you ride in the front passenger seat of a car. I like to ride shotgun on long road trips. (interjection) 2. If you shout “shotgun,” you are laying claim to the front seat of a car. Rose yelled “shotgun!” and jumped in the front seat.

[OED2] 1963; American; comes from the phrase to ride shotgun, which originally meant 'to travel as an armed guard in the seat next to the driver of a vehicle'; from shotgun (1776)

shotgun
(verb)

If someone shotguns, then they inhale the marijuana smoke from a bowl or other smoking device and shortly after exhale it into another's mouth. Dude, I saw Jack shotgunning Mary last night.

[OED2] 1828 J. Hall Lett. from West 86 Luck's like a shot-gun, mighty uncertain.

shotgun
(verb)

If you shotgun beer, you punch a hole in the side of the can and open the top and drink it all at once. I couldn't remember anything after I shotgunned those beers.

shot o'clock
(interjection)

Shot o’clock is said when somebody wants to take a shot with a friend, an individual or a whole group of people. Come on, bro! It’s shot o’clock! Grab the tequila!

shout out
(noun)

If a person gives a shout out to friends or family, he is respectfully acknowledging them. I want to give a shout out to my boys in the ATL.

[OED2] 1990 Newsday “There were Mardi Gras anthems and a shout out to Africa

show
(noun)

 A show is a small concert that local musicians perform in local venues such as bars, restaurants, or houses. Are you going to the Reptar show at the Go Bar this weekend? 

shows out
(verb phrase)

A person shows out by drawing a lot of attention to themselves, usually by raising their voice. This kid was showing out in the grocery store because it wasn't selling any animal-shaped rubber bands. [OED2] 1839 M. Walker Diary 9 Feb. in C. M. Drury First White Women over Rockies (1963) II. 143 “Mrs. W. on first reaching us seemed in good humor & I hoped she had made her a better heart. But at supper table & even before she began to show out.”

shred
(verb)

1. When you shred, you do special movements on a skateboard, snowboard, or surfboard. John tried to shred on his new skateboard, but he hit a rock and fell. 2. If someone shreds on a guitar, they are playing it with great skill. Andy can really shred on his guitar. He's such a talented musician.

shroom
(noun)

A shroom is a hallucinogenic mushroom. My girlfriend brought over some shrooms, and we tripped all night.

shut (someone's) mouth
(verb phrase)

If someone tells a person to shut their mouth, they want them to quit talking. If you don't shut yo' mouth, I'm going to shut it for you!

shut up
(verb phrase)

If you tell someone to shut up, you want them to stop talking. Shut up, I'm trying to focus! 

(interjection)

If you exclaim “shut up,” you express exaggerated disbelief at something that someone else says. This term is not unfriendly.“The other day, Taco Stand had a 2-for-1 night with Coronas.” “Shut up! I wish I had gone.”

shut up and take my money
(interjection)

If you say shut up and take my money, you have discovered something very fascinating or cool, and wish to own it regardless of how expensive it is or what your financial situation is.That $300 hoodie has a beer pocket in the front? I missed my rent this month, but shut up and take my money!”

shut your mouth
(interjection)

  If you exclaim “shut your mouth!” you are expressing your disbelief at something. "Shut your mouth!" was all I could say when I heard that the U.S. was going to war.

sick
(adjective)

If something is sick, then it is amazing or extremely cool. Did you see that sick move that Gurley pulled at the 5-yard line to score that touchdown?

sicknasty
(adjective)

If something is sicknasty then it is disgusting. When I killed the bug its guts went everywhere. It was sicknasty

simmer down now
(verb phrase)

If you tell someone to simmer down now, you mean that you want them to calm down. Alan told me to simmer down now, but I couldn't stop laughing. [OED2] 1871 ‘M. Twain’ Lett. to Publishers (1967) 58,   “I must and will keep shady and quiet till Bret Harte simmers down a little.”

single
(noun)

A single is a bike with a single gear. Jesus, did you see that girl ride up that hill on that single? Legs of steel, man!

See fixie.
sister
(noun)

1. If a girl calls another girl her sister, she means that she is her friend or is in the same social group. Katie is my sister; she really is there for me. 2. A sister is a girl; this sense of the term is primarily used by African Americans. See that sister over there; she be lookin' good.

skank
(noun)

A skank is someone known for their trashiness, tackiness, lower-class status, poor hygiene, and flakiness. This may also imply promiscuity, but not necessarily. It can apply to any race, but it is most commonly associated with poor whites. The term is extremely derogatory. Look at Lee Ann's tight, hot pink dress. She's such a skank!

See ho.
skankopotamus
(noun)

skankopotamus is girl who is extremely trashy and promiscuous. Gina hooked up with three guys last week. What a skankopotamus.

skanky
(adjective)

If a girl is called skanky, it means she is trashily slutty or promiscuous to the point of being revolting.  That girl at the party last night was so skanky. She got with at least four other dudes.

skeezeball
(noun)

If a guy is called a skeezeball, he is creepy and unappealing and often lurks uncomfortably around women. That skeezeball at the bar has been staring at us all night.

See skeezy.
skeezy
(adjective)

If something is skeezy, it is unattractive to the point of being gross. Why is Jenny dating that skeezy old man?

sketch
(noun)

 If someone is a sketch, they are acting in a secretive and deceptive way. Clay has been a real sketch lately; he only hangs out late at night and leaves abruptly.

(adjective)

f something or someone is sketch, they are out of the ordinary, weird, or creepy. That guy across the bar is so sketch. He keeps leering at me.

See sketchy.
sketchball
(noun)

If you call someone a sketchball, you are saying that they are extremely weird and awkward, especially around the opposite sex. Patrick is such a sketchball! He definitely freaked out that group of girls with his antics. 

sketchy
(adjective)

1. If something is sketchy, it is abnormal, untrustworthy, or strange. Don't go out with Jack tonight. He's sketchy. 2. If someone is sketchy, they are acting in a secretive, deceptive way. Claudio is really sketchy lately: he frequently goes to the bathroom and comes back sniffing and rubbing his nose.

See sketch.
skid marks
(noun phrase)

If someone has skid marks, then they have a line of fecal matter on their underwear, usually caused by insufficient wiping. Dude! Check out those skid marks on Shawn's boxers! 

Skrilla
(noun)

Skrilla is another name for money or drugs, depending on what is being traded. The word originated in Chicago. Darnell didn’t hand over his drugs until his clients had given him all of their Skrilla.

skunk
(noun)

 If someone has skunk, they have high quality potent marijuana. We smoked some amazing skunk last night.  

skype
(verb)

When someone skypes someone else they communicate with them over the internet using either the program Skype or a similar program such as Google Talk. My girlfriend is studying in England this fall so I have to skype her when we want to talk. 

slammed
(adjective)

If you are slammed then you have a large amount of work to complete leaving you stressed and overwhelmed. I would love to go out tonight but I am slammed with papers right now. 

slangin'
(verb)

If someone is slangin', they are selling drugs. I started slangin’ weed to my friends when I needed extra money.

slay
(verb)

If a person slays, they have sex. This term is primarily used by guys. I saw you didn't come back to the dorm last night; did you slay?

S.L.C.
(abbreviation) If someone refers to the S.L.C., they are talking about the Student Learning Center in the center of campus. I'm heading down to the S.L.C. for my 9 a.m. class.
sleaze
(noun)

If someone is a sleaze, then that person tends to make inappropriate, sexual comments or gestures towards women. That man was harassing us last night and making rude comments. He was such a sleaze

sleeve
(noun)

If someone has a sleeve, they have an arm covered in tattoos. Once I graduate, I plan on getting a sleeve of my favorite lyrics done on my left arm. 

Slic Fity
(noun)

The Slic Fity is the former UGA Student Learning Center, now the Miller Learning Center. I’d love to come to your party, but I have to meet my study group at the Slic Fity

slick
(adjective)

1. If someone is slick, they are cool or good-looking. I told John he looked slick in his tuxedo. 2. If you are slick, you are good at getting what you want and keeping out of trouble. Ryan is too slick. Not only did he get caught making out with Steph, but he was back in his girl's arms by the end of the night.

[OED2] From Middle English slike (developing into slick and sleek), probably representing an Old English. *slice, related to the verb slician and perhaps cognate with Middle Flemish. sleec or sleic.1807 Lancaster (Pa.) “You are getting too slick. What a charming thing it is to see men under good discipline.”

slick
(adverb)

If someone uses the word slick, they are describing how much they want to do something, another word for 'seriously' or 'for real.'  I slick want to go to Waffle House right now.

slim pickins
(noun phrase)

 If there are slim pickins, then there is very little selection. I hate that Chinese buffet because they have such slim pickins of beef. 

slipping
(verb)

If someone is slipping, they are becoming incapable of doing something they were once skilled at doing. I used to run three miles a day but I'm slipping because I barely ran half a mile today.

slizzard
(adjective)

  If someone is slizzard then they are drunk. We went downtown last night and had to take a cab home because we were all slizzard.

2010, from the song "Like a G6" by Far East Movement in the line, “When we drink we do it right getting slizzard.”

sloot
(noun)

Sloot is a variation on slut. Look at that sloot dancing on the table.

sloppy
(adjective)

If someone is sloppy, they are tipsy to the point of losing basic coordination. Jack was so sloppy last night. He knocked his drink on the floor and then dropped his cell phone. [OED2] 1825 J. Neal Brother Jonathan I. 73 “Each after a fashion of his own—more or less dignified or sloppy, as he is more or less afraid of being caught.”

slore
(noun)

A slore a blend of slut and whore. Jenny is such a slore! She kissed 5 guys at the bar on Friday.

sloshed
(adjective)

When someone is sloshed, then they are extremely intoxicated. Jeff drank seven tequila shots last night. He was so sloshed that he couldn't even walk.

[OED2] 1946 Word Study May 3/1 “Synonyms for drunk now current in England..tiddley, oiled or well oiled, sloshed.”

slut
(noun)

If a girl is a slut, she is promiscuous. This term is offensive. Margot is such a slut. She hooks up with every guy she meets. [OED2] 1402 T. Hoccleve Let. of Cupid 237 “The foulest slutte of al a tovne.”

slutty
(adjective)

 If a girl is slutty, she sleeps around with many guys. This term is offensive. Julie acted slutty by going home with a total stranger. [OED2] a1400 in C. Horstman Yorkshire Writers (1895) I. 303 “If þou gafe a gret lorde drynke in a slutty coppe & foule.”

small brain
(noun phrase)

When someone is a small brain they have just said or done something to imply that they are not very intelligent. This is usually said in a sad, pathetic voice to further make fun of the person. Ashley thought that strawberries grew on trees, poor small brain

smartphone dead leg
(noun phrase)

Smartphone dead leg is the loss of feeling in the legs due to prolonged smartphone use while sitting down, particularly on the toilet I was on my phone in the bathroom for 20 minutes when I got smartphone dead leg.

smashed
(adjective)

If you say that someone is smashed, you mean they are very drunk. Often used disapprovingly. He's had so much to drink that he's too smashed to drive.

smdh
(acronym)

smdh stands for “Shaking my damn head” and is used to express disbelief and intense disgust. This girl just stripped on stage! smdh

smell bacon
(verb phrase)

If someone claims they smell bacon, they mean that there is a police officer in the vicinity. This is used in a derogatory manner. The cops are here! I thought I smelled bacon.

See pig.
smh
(adjective phrase)

If someone uses the abbreviation smh in a text message, they are disappointed in a given situation. Acronym for "shaking my head". Nate got back together with his crazy ex-girlfriend? smh.

smoke (someone) out
(verb phrase)

 If you smoke someone out, then you are getting somebody else stoned off of your marijuana. I went over to Adam's apartment and smoked him out

smoke up
(verb phrase)

If you smoke up, then you are smoking weed. Danny likes to smoke up before he goes down town.

smokin'
(adjective)

When you say that a girl is smokin', it means that she is extremely attractive. Wow, that girl is smokin'.

smooth
(adjective)

1. If you say something is smooth, you mean that it impresses you. Tom's new car is smooth. Wow! 2. If a person is smooth then they are very charming and convincing. Greg is so smooth; I can see why Leslie went out with him.

[OED2] 1922 Wodehouse Jill the Reckless “What charming manners Major Selby has. So polished... So smooth!”

smush
(verb)

When two people smush, they have sex. See the hot girl in the back of the classroom? Yeah, we smushed last night. 

snap
(interjection)

If you say “snap,” you mean that something has just surprised and amused you. Oh snap! I know Lamont did not just say that! 

snap
(noun)

Snap is a shortened term for snapchat. Wow, I must be really popular, I have five new snaps.

snaps
(noun)

If you give someone snaps, you are expressing approval. Snaps to Joe Bob for losing the all-camo outfit.

snarky
(adjective)

 If a person is snarky, they are annoying, short-tempered and irritable. The term is only mildly offensive. All I did was tell Sue I didn't like her hair and suddenly she got all snarky. [OED2] 1906 E. Nesbit Railway Children ii. 49 “Don't be snarky, Peter. It isn't our fault.”

snell
(verb)

If you snell, then you go to Snelling Dining Commons, usually to eat or to socialize. Hey, I need dinner, anyone wanna snell with me? 

snellebrate
(verb)

If people snellebrate, they go to Snelling Dining Commons late at night after all the other dining commons are closed. Man, I have the after-midnight munchies. Anyone want to snellebrate with me?

snipe
(verb)

 If someone snipes something, then they steal it from someone else when they aren’t looking. This typically only refers to small things, and is not very serious. I left the room for one minute and Joey sniped my chair! Not cool!

so
(adverb)

When something is so something or other, then it is especially characteristic of that thing. That frat guy is so not cool. He is so out there.

[OED2] 1923 R. Firbank Flower Beneath Foot i. 16 “What can you see in her..? She's so housemaid.”

social
(noun)

A social is a party held between one sorority and one fraternity at a venue downtown.

SoCo
(noun) SoCo is another name for Southern Comfort, a type of bourbon. At the football game, we were drinking SoCo from a flask and chasing it with Pepsi.
soho
(noun)

If a girl is a soho, they are a stereotypical sorority girl. Often used by customer service workers to refer to tables within earshot. I got a table of fucking sohos that I know aren't going to tip me. Those bitches are worse than Canadians.

See sorostitute.
soild
(noun)

If you do someone a solid, you are doing them a favor. Do me a solid and pick up a six pack on your way home from work. 

SOL
(adjective phrase)

If someone is SOL, they are out of luck in getting something good. If Katie doesn't get here soon, she'll be SOL on the free pizza. Acronym for 'shit out of luck.' [OED2] 1917 R. Lord Captain Boyd's Battery, A.E.F. (1920) ii. 24 “S.O.L.—Payroll abbreviation for Soldier, adapted to mean Soldier Out 'a Luck or Certainly Out 'a Luck, according to the way you spell it. Applicable to everything from death to being late for mess.”

solid
(adjective)

When someone replies ‘that’s solid’ they agree with their taste in clothes or their statement. Karly asked me about her outfit to go downtown and I said’ that’s solid!’

[something] fiend
(noun) If someone is described as a [something] fiend, it means that they are addicted to the item. Tom spends all his time on the internet. He's such a computer fiend.
son
(noun)

When you call someone son, you are referring to them in a friendly way. Hey son, what's up? 

son of a bitch
(noun)

If someone calls a guy a son of a bitch, they mean that he is extremely rude or unpleasant. My last boyfriend was a son of a bitch; he cheated on me the whole time we were together.

(interjection)

When you say “son of a bitch” you are expressing surprise or disappointment. When I cancelled our date, my boyfriend exclaimed, "Son of a bitch!" [OED2] c1330 Of Arthour & of Merlin (1973) 333 “Abide þou þef malicious! Biche-sone þou drawest amis Þou schalt abigge it ywis!”

See sumbitch.
sorostiboots
(noun)

 1. Sorostiboots are colorful rubber boots commonly worn by sorority girls on rainy days. It’s a rainy day in Athens and I expect to see a bunch of girls sporting sorostiboots on campus today. 2. If a sorority girl is wearing Ugg boots, she is said to be wearing sorostiboots. I'll never understand why those girls wear sorostiboots with shorts in mid-December. 

sorostitot
(noun)

If a girl is a sorostitot, she is the freshman version of ‘sorostitute.’ Look at that sorostitot, is she even wearing pants under that over-sized T-shirt?

See sorostitute.
sorostitute
(noun)

1. A sorostitute is a promiscuous sorority member. The sorostitute's black stretch pants ripped at the butt seam as she bent over. 2. Any sorority member can be called a sorostitute, regardless of her sexual behavior. There are so many sorostitutes in my class, it's unbearable. 3. A sorostitute is any girl resembling a sorority member, regardless of her member status. Look at all those overly made-up blondes over there. What a bunch of sorostitutes!

soul patch
(noun phrase)

A soul patch is the tuft of hair grown in the center below the bottom lip above the chin. The only reason Apolo Ohno can pull off a soul patch is because he’s an Olympic gold medalist.

[OED2] 1986. “He's a throwback to some early species of hipster. ‘Yeah, man,’.[he] is fond of saying, with his nifty little soul-patch and goatee and slicked-back hair.”
 

space cadet
(noun phrase)

  If you call someone a space cadet, you mean that they are easily distracted and prone to zoning out. Geez, Joe, you're such a space cadet. Were you even paying attention to what I said? [OED2] 1973 Slang (typescript) (Univ. North Carolina, Chapel Hill) Fall, “Space cadette [sic], someone who acts spaced out, i.e., as if he has been on drugs: out of touch with reality.”

See space out.
space out
(verb phrase)

If someone spaces out, they are in a daydream. Sometimes I like to go to the park and space out.

See zone out.
spacy
(adjective)

If someone is spacy, then they seem like they are not very smart or have a hard time keeping their train of thought. Linda is so spacy. Look how she stares at the ceiling. 

spanking the monkey
(verb phrase)

When guys are spanking the monkey, they are masturbating. Nothing's worse than having your mom catch you spanking the monkey.

See spank it.
spanks it
(verb phrase)

When a guy spanks it, he is masturbating. Chris' mom caught him spanking it.

See spank the monkey.
spark it
(verb phrase)

If a person tells you to spark it, they are requesting that you light a joint. Yo, Stan, spark it! 

Sparky
(noun) If you call someone Sparky, you mean that they are overly energetic or enthusiastic. Whoa there, Sparky, settle down, we'll get to that in a minute.
spaz
(noun)

1. If you call someone a spaz, you mean they are scatterbrained. Carrie is such a spaz; she forgot her ID again! 2. If you call someone a spaz, you mean they are weird. That spaz always wears striped socks and suspenders to class.

[OED2] 1965, American; alternate spelling spas; abbreviation of the noun spastic meaning 'a person "who is uncoordinated or incompetent; a fool"'; from the adjective spastic meaning 'of or pertaining to the characteristics of a spasm "or sudden contraction"'; from the adjectival form of spasm (from Middle English spasme, from Old French spasme, from Latin spasmus, from Greek spasmos, from span meaning 'to pull, tug').

special brownies
(noun phrase)

 If someone has made special brownies, they have made brownies with marijuana baked inside of them. We fed Joe three special brownies. He was stoned for close to two hours.

special friend
(noun phrase)

When a lesbian refers to her special friend, she is referring to her girlfriend. Jared didn't realize that Sally and Mary are not just friends, but that they are special friends.

spendy
(adjective phrase)

If something is spendy, it is too expensive. I was looking at those jeans at Forever 21, but they were so spendy

spent
(adjective)

If someone is spent, then they are tired or have had enough. After the sprints at the end of practice, I was spent.

[OED2] 1591 Savile Tacitus, Hist. I. “Galba was spent and feeble for his age.”

spin
(verb)

1. If someone is spinning, they are operating two turntables in conjunction with one another to create a new musical work combined from the separate works from their respective turntables. Supersoaker is spinning at the Keg Stand tonight. 2. If someone spins, they exercise using a stationary bicycle. My legs have been much tighter since I started spinning three times a week.

spit game
(verb phrase)

 If a guy spits game on a girl, he is hitting on her. This term is generally used only between guys. Did you see Joe spitting game on Claire last night? 

splif
(noun)

A splif is a marijuana joint. Someone must be smoking a splif in their room because the hall smells like pot.

[OED2] 1936 Daily Gleaner (Kingston, Jamaica) 3 Oct. 35 “Here is the hot-bed of ganja smoking..and even the children may be seen at times taking what is better known as their ‘spliff’.”

spliff
(noun)

A spliff is a joint that also contains some tobacco. Smoking a spliff is the best of both worlds.

split
(verb)

If you say you have to split, you mean you have to leave. I'm late for class. I have to split now.

sploof
(noun)

A sploof is any homemade object used to eliminate or cover up the smell of marijuana when smoking. Usually it is made of a paper towel roll filled with dryer sheets and the smoke is blown through the tube to cover up the smell. I use a sploof so my roommates won't bitch at me when I smoke.

splooges
(verb)

If a person splooges then they have an orgasm. When I used to have sex with Crystal she would splooge at least three times.

See nut.
sploosh
(verb)

If a girl splooshes, she ejaculates or simulates an orgasm. It was so good last night, I splooshed all over the place.

See splooge.
spoon
(verb)

  If two people are spooning, then they are lying on their sides, body against body, facing the same direction. I would always fall asleep after sex, while Whitney always wanted to spoon and have deep conversations with me.

sprung
(adjective phrase)

If you say someone is sprung, you are claiming they are deeply infatuated with someone, usually a new significant other. Frank smiles ear to ear when his new girlfriend enters the room. That girl has got him sprung.

squee
(interjection)

When someone squees they make a shrill squealing sound, often associated with fangirls. This derives from a combination of the words “squeal” and “glee”. Squee! The new Lady Gaga album is out!

See fangirl.
srsbsns
(adjective)

If something is srsbsns, it is not meant to be taken lightly. This term in text is a shortening of “serious business” and is used ironically. These political debates are srsbsns.

srsly
(adverb)

If someone says "srsly," they mean “seriously.” The word originated as a common internet and text messaging abbreviation, but has entered spoken language as well. You mean you'll really come to Atlanta with me this weekend? Srsly?

stacked
(adjective)

1. If a girl is stacked, she has very large breasts. Jack's date for the formal was especially fun to dance with because she was stacked. 2. If a guy confides to another guy that a girl is stacked, he means she is good looking. Don't get mad at me, but I thought your mom was stacked.

stacks on deck
(noun phrase)

When someone says they have stacks on deck, they have a large amount of cash. You wanna go to the mall? Yeah man, I got stacks on deck!

stage five clinger
(noun phrase)

A person is a stage five clinger if they relentlessly pursue another in a romantic or sexual manner and are likely to become emotionally attached very easily; when received, this attention or attraction is generally unwanted. Oh no! Brittney has a stage five clinger on her hands. One of us needs to go save her! 

Stairway to Nowhere
(noun)

If you refer to the Stairway to Nowhere, you are talking about the stairway in Joe Brown Hall that leads to a dead end. 2001 The Red and Black. There are drinking fountains located by the lobby, the vending machines, and the Stairway to Nowhere in Joe Brown Hall.

See Door to Nothingness.
standing on his head
(verb phrase)

 If you say that a goaltender in soccer or hockey is standing on his head, you mean that he is facing numerous difficult shots from the other team but is acrobatically preventing them from scoring. The goalie stood on his head and his team won 1-0, despite being outshot 50-10.

stank
(noun)

If something has stank on it, it is dirty or unclean, usually referring to sexually transmitted infections. You should probably go get tested. That girl you went home with last night looked like she had all kinds of stank on her.

step
(verb)

If someone steps to somebody, then they are approaching in a threatening manner or with the intent to fight. Maurice was so drunk last night he almost stepped to his own sister. 

step up
(verb phrase)

 1. If someone tells you to step up, they are asking you to fight. I said that about your momma. Why don't you step up, fool? Show me what you got. 2. If you step up, then you face a tough situation with determination. Kelly stepped up to face the challenge. [OED2] 1660 F. Brooke tr. V. Le Blanc World Surveyed 6 “He..suddenly stept up to him, and..laid him dead at his feete.”

STFU
(interjection)

If you tell someone STFU, you are telling them to shut the f**k up . I can't believe I only got a 94 on that exam.-STFU! I only got an 89. Used mainly online.

sticks, the
(noun phrase)

 The sticks is another way to refer to a gaming console’s controller that normally features two joysticks. Most commonly used by males. It’s time to play that new football video game, pass me the sticks and let’s get started

stiff
(verb)

If someone says they have been stiffed, they have been ripped off. My ex-roommate stiffed me on the power bill. [OED2] 1950 Sat. Evening Post 15 July 124/3 “It was a signal for the waiter to hustle over and put the arm on the customer who was trying to stiff him.”

stiffy
(noun)

If a guy has a stiffy, he has an erection. While in class, Dan tried to hide his stiffy with his notebook. [OED2] 1983; M. Gee Sole Survivor “Pretty hot stuff. Ha, saying it's given you a stiffy. Put a cushion over it, that's right.”

See woody.
stink eye
(noun)

If someone gives you the stink eye, they are glaring at you contemptuously. His ex-girlfriend gave me the stink eye at the restaurant while we were on our date.

stogie
(noun)

A stogie is another name for a cigarette or a cigar. Hey, is that stogie Cuban?

[OED2] 1847, American; variant spelling stogy; originally the word was stoga from an abbreviated form of the town Conestoga, Pennsylvania, which is from Conestoga wagon. "It is alleged that stoga boots and stoga cigars were so called because they were used by the 'stoga drivers', i.e. the drivers of the Conestoga wagons plying between Wheeling and Pittsburgh."

stoked
(adjective)

1. If you say that you are stoked, you are excited. I'm so stoked about going out with Paul. 2. If you say that someone is stoked, they are under the influence of marijuana. John was stoked at Mary's party on Friday.

[OED2] Sense 1: 1963, American; mainly surfing lingo; perhaps stoked is a back formation of stoker (1660), meaning 'someone who tends to or feeds a furnace', from Dutch stoker (from the verb stoken 'to feed a fire'); perhaps from Dutch stoken 'to push'.

stoned
(adjective)

 If you say that someone is stoned, it means that they are high on a drug, especially marijuana. I can't believe how stoned Morgan was after smoking only one joint!

[OED2] 1953 H. J. Anslinger & W. F. Tompkins Traffic in Narcotics 315 “Stoned, under the influence of drugs.”

stoner
(noun)

If someone calls a person a stoner, they mean they are frequently under the influence of marijuana. The stoner down the hall from Jane always reeks of weed and talks about his band.

straight
(adjective)

1. If you say something is straight, it means you are content with it. I don't need anything. I'm straight. 2. If someone is straight, then they are heterosexual. Jimmy felt out of place being the only straight guy in the bar.

straight
(adverb)

When someone uses straight as an adverb, they are emphasizing the adjective or intensifying the verb. That girl's outfit was straight hideous. I wanted to straight whoop her ass.

straight
(adjective)

If you say that’s straight or something is straight then you approve the outfit, statement, or action of the other person. Cherise saw a cute dress in my closet and said that’s straight. Where are you wearing that to? 

straight up
(adjective phrase)

When something is straight up, it is complete or absolute. There was no discussion needed: Tina was a straight up bitch.

strange
(noun)

Strange refers to sex with a new person. Scott said he was out to find some strange tonight, since he just broke up with his girlfriend.

See random.
strapped
(adjective)

If someone is strapped, they are carrying a gun. You should leave that guy alone. I hear he's always strapped

stressin'
(verb)

If a person is stressin', they are extremely concerned or worried about a particular subject. I'm not even stressin' over her. She's only 18 and not that cute. 

strides of pride
(noun phrase)

When a boy is seen walking home in his clothes from the previous night after spending the night with a girl. Tommy: “Ben, are you doing the walk of shame right now?”  Ben: “No, Tommy. These are Strides of Pride”

See Walk of Shame.
string music
(noun)

String music is an old school term for a shot in basketball hitting nothing but the net. Michael Jordan could play beautiful string music.

See swish.
stripper ones
(noun phrase)

When someone refers to someone else having stripper ones they are making the joke that the reason they carry so many one dollar bills with them is because they strip at night. Sarah is buying the drinks tonight, I mean look at all those stripper ones!

struggle bus
(noun)

If someone is on the struggle bus, then they are having a difficult time with something. Matt was crying yesterday because he had so much work to do for his classes due next week. Yeah, he is definitely on the struggle bus

strugglin'
(verb)

If a person is strugglin', then they are extremely hung over from a night of partying. This morning I was strugglin'; I woke up face down in dirty carpet.

struggz
(adjective)

Struggz is a shortened form of the word “struggle,” referring to everyday tasks.  This can be used for both alcohol usage and non-alcohol usage. Josh is so struggz when it comes to remembering important events that he often has to be reminded of his own schedule.

stuntin'
(verb)

When someone is stuntin', they are dressed to impress and full of confidence. Last night at the club, I was stuntin' on those girls! 

suck
(verb)

If something sucks, it is pathetic, miserable or not entertaining. That band last night was not good. Their music sucked.

See suxors.
suck it
(verb phrase)

If someone says to suck it, they mean they dislike you and you have made them mad. I told you, I am not your friend, so go suck it.

See taste it.
sucks ass
(verb phrase)

If you say that something sucks ass, you mean it is extremely uninteresting, uncool, or unfortunate. I'm sorry that you failed your physics test. That sucks ass.

sumbitch
(noun)

A sumbitch is a son of a bitch. However, this term can be used to show respect. Did you date that cheerleader? You lucky sumbitch! [OED2] 1975 O. Sela Bengali Inheritance “That sumbitch Winston would go far in Russia.”

See son of a bitch.
Sunday Funday
(noun)

Sunday Funday is the act of drinking alcohol on Sunday afternoon/evening. We got so wasted at Jimmy’s house last Sunday Funday.

See blunt.
Sunday morning
(noun phrase)

If a girl is called a Sunday morning, it is well known that she is promiscuous. It’s not hard to get into Rachel’s bed, she’s a Sunday morning.

'Sup?
(interjection) 'Sup is used as a greeting, and an inquiry of how a person is doing. It is a shortened version of What is up? Hey, 'sup?
surfing the crimson wave
(verb phrase)

If a girl is surfing the crimson wave, she is menstruating. The reason why Cathy's in such a bad mood is because she's surfing the crimson wave

suxors
(verb)

 If something suxors, it is extremely pathetic, miserable, or not at all entertaining. Dave awoke to find that classes had not been cancelled even though it snowed the night before; "That suxors!" he yelled. See Teh Interwebz Help Page.

See suck.
swag
(noun)

 If someone has swag, then they possess finesse, charisma, poise, confidence, and the ability to demand the attention of individuals around them. I got that girl's number so easily last night because I have swag!

See swagger.
swagger
(noun)

A person with swagger has a fashionable style, an attractive appearance, and a suave, charismatic demeanor. I love Max's swagger, he always looks so cool and stylish.

[OED2] 1725 Swift New Song on Wood's Halfpence viii, “The butcher is stout, and he values no swagger.”

swagger jacker
(noun phrase)

If someone is a swagger jacker they copy another person's style. He's such a swagger jacker; a week after I bought some new sunglasses he went out and bought the exact same pair!

swagging
(adjective)

If something is swagging, it is highly desirable and fashionable. That girl has a swagging purse, I need to get one.

swamp ass
(noun phrase)

If someone has swamp ass, they're sweating so badly that it creates sweat marks on the backside of their pants. It's so hot outside that sitting in this chair is giving me swamp ass.

swamp donkey
(noun)

If someone calls a girl a swamp donkey she is known to frequent bars. She is unattractive (usually overweight and/or has bad body odor) and preys on attractive, drunk men. That swamp donkey is locked on you. I’d leave before you’re too drunk to say no to that stink.

swanky
(adjective)

If you describe something as swanky, you think it is very high quality. Ryan botched my birthday dinner. For some reason he thought Taco Bell was a swanky establishment.

[OED2] 1842 J. Y. Akerman Gloss. Wiltshire, “Swankey, swaggering,strutting.”

sweat
(verb)

. If someone sweats something, then they are upset or bothered by it. Don't sweat her, Chuck. There are lots of other girls out there. 2. If someone is sweating someone, then they want them sexually. Lester is sweating that girl in his Public Relations class.

sweet
(adjective)

If you say something is sweet, then you highly approve of it. That Lexus is one sweet ride.

[OED2] c888 Ælfred tr. Boethius De Consol. Philos. xxxv. §4 Hi..meahton eaðe seggan soðspell, gif him þa leasunga næren swetran.”

sweet
(noun)

A sweet is a person or thing with a very attractive appearance. His little sister is a sweet.

 

sweet
(interjection)

Sweet! is an exclamation of approval made at a joyful or serendipitous moment. Dr. Thornton pushed the organic chemistry final back to next Monday. Sweet!

swerve
(verb)

If you tell someone to swerve, you are indicating to the other person in the conversation that you are incredulous about a statement or situation. You didn’t see my four missed calls? Bitch, swerve

This term first appeared in the 2012 song ‘Mercy’ by Kanye West.

swish
(noun)

When someone makes a swish, it means they got the basketball through the net without touching the backboard or rim. Joe could always make the ball swish and you never heard it hit anything but the net. See also swoosh and string music.  

(interjection)

If someone makes a swish during a basketball game, you might cry out "swish!" in approval. Swish! Did you see that? My boyfriend did that!

See swoosh.
swole
(adjective)

 If someone is swole, then they are very muscular. This term is generally used with a sense of approval or admiration. Jake's been going to the gym everyday for the past six months. He's getting pretty swole. [OED2] 1400–50 Wars Alex. 4276 “Haue we no cures of courte ne na cointe sewes Swanes ne na swete thing to swell oure wames.”

swoosh
(noun)

1. “Swoosh” is an alternate term for “swish.” That basketball player made a great swoosh!  2. The Nike sneaker trademark symbol also is called the Swoosh. [OED2] 1885 Chambers's Jrnl. 12 Sept. 578/2 “Great foam-crested billows..passing harmlessly under her stern with a swoosh.”

See string music.
t & a
(noun)

t & a is the abbreviated form of “tits and ass.” This term is generally used only by men. That movie was good but I'm not sure if my little brother should see it because it had a lot of t & a in it.

Taco Hell
(noun) If someone refers to Taco Hell, they are talking about the restaurant Taco Bell. This term is derogatory and refers to the low quality food they serve. I didn't have enough money for Chili's so I just picked up some Taco Hell.
tag
(verb)

  1. If you tag something, you sign your name to it. We all tagged the stop sign before we hung it on the wall.  2. When someone tags a person, they are labeling their name in a photo they have posted on www.facebook.com. That's such a cute group photo; I'm going to tag everyone that's in it! 

[OED2] 1503 in J. B. Paul Accts. Treasurer Scotl. (1900) II. 202 “For ane curpal and ane tee to the harnes sadill, tagging..of the samyn.”

tailgate
(verb)

When people tailgate, they assemble before a sporting event to mentally prepare, eat, drink, and socialize. Now that people aren't allowed to tailgate on North Campus, there's a lot less feces in the bushes. [OED2] 1868 U.S.Oregon State Jrnl. 28 Nov. 2/3  “The whole charge..[passed] through the tailgate of the wagon.” See Tailgating Help Page.

take it to the house
(verb phrase)

When a football player takes it to the house, he scores a touchdown. Jerry caught the pass, broke a tackle, and took it to the house.

talk
(verb)

If you say two people are just talking, they are thinking about dating but are not currently dating. “Hey, are Brad and Carrie dating?” “No, they are just talking.”

talk shit
(verb phrase)

When someone talks shit, they are saying something rude or uncalled for. It is usually behind someone's back and false. I can't believe my best friend would talk shit about me to my roommates.

talk smack
(verb phrase)

1. If someone talks smack, they exaggerate the truth. Will is talking smack about the fight that he was in last Saturday. 2. If someone talks smack, they are saying negative things about someone else. Paul should not talk smack about his girlfriend.

[OED2] 1974 Chicago Tribune 2 Feb. i. 12/2  Smack.. has replaced jive (nonsense).Nowadays, you're talking smack.

tanked
(adjective)

If someone is tanked, they are extremely drunk. Tim was tanked after drinking at happy hour.

[OED2] 1893 K. Mackay Out Back (ed.2) ii.v.188 It's Molloy's fault... He got tanked at the pub last night.

tap
(verb)

When a guy taps a girl, he has sexual intercourse with her. Steve was tappin' her all night long.

tapped
(adjective)

If a keg is tapped, there is no more beer left in it. That party last night sucked. The keg was tapped after an hour!

tap that ass
(verb phrase)

If a guy taps that ass, he has sex with a girl. Did you tap that ass last night?

tard
(noun)

If someone refers to someone else as a tard, they are saying that person is stupid or behaving in a stupid manner, as though that person were mentally retarded. This is considered offensive to some, as it is insensitive to people with disabilities. Oh my God, this guy took up four parking spaces with his damn SUV; what a tard!

See Slang Grammar Help Page.
-tard
(suffix) 1 If you add the suffix -tard onto another word, you are increasing that word's offensiveness. The frat guys were acting like f**ktards all night long thanks to all of the alcohol they drank. 2 If you add the suffix -tard onto another word, you are modifying the word to display your lack of knowledge on a subject. I thought myself to be a total computertard, but this person assures me that I know more than the average "Joe".
tatted up
(adjective phrase)

 If you are described as being tatted up, then you are covered in tattoos. That girl has both of her arms and legs tatted up, I wonder how long it took for her to get all of those tattoos. 

T-Bell
(noun) When someone says T-Bell, they are referring to the fast food restaurant, Taco Bell. Do you want to swing by T-Bell and get some tacos?
t-boned
(verb)

If someone says that they were t-boned, they were broadsided by another car while driving. Some idiot talking on a cell phone t-boned my new car while I was driving down Lumpkin Street.

teabag
(verb)

 If a guy teabags someone, he places his scrotum in that unsuspecting person's mouth. This is often done to a guy's male friends as a joke. Don't be the first one to pass out; John's known for teabagging people!

tear up (someone's) ass
(verb phrase)

If you have torn up somebody's ass, then you have beaten them easily. Sonny tore up Paco's ass in basketball 18 to 2.

Techie
(noun)

A Techie is a fan of Georgia Tech; the creature can be easily spotted by the calculator in one hand with the other hand scratching his head trying to figure out some trigonometry equation. Even though my cousin is a Techie, we still let him sit with us at the table to eat Thanksgiving dinner.

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[OED2] 1969 Current Slang (Univ. S. Dakota) 4 i.16 “Techy, a student in a school of technology or math.”

ten
(noun)

If someone is a ten, they are an extremely attractive person. Did you meet that girl Shelley? She was definitely a ten!

tent city
(noun)

When someone mentions tent city, they are referring to a part of town with numerous homeless people. Most people wouldn’t go near tent city, but Sally brings food, water, and blankets to those needy people.

textbombed
(verb)

If you have been textbombed, somebody has sent you a large number of text messages in quick succession. Jodi must have broken it off with her boyfriend again because she textbombed me last night.

that guy
(noun phrase)

If a guy becomes that guy, he is acting in an unfavorable manner (loud, obnoxious, creepy, etc.). As soon as Patrick gets some alcohol in his system, his voice raises 10 levels and he becomes that guy.

that's clutch
(idiom)

When someone says, "that's clutch," they think that something is cool. “I just saw a sneak preview of the new 007 movie. Damn, that's clutch!

that's how I roll
(idiom)

When someone says, "that's how I roll," they are expressing the way they like to do things. You're late to the band party again. Yeah, that's how I roll.

that's what she said
(interjection)

If someone shouts, "that's what she said," after something is said, they are trying to construe the previous statement in a sexual way or as an innuendo. I want you to think about it long and hard. That's what she said!

that's what's up
(interjection)

When you say, that's what's up you are indicating satisfaction, approval, or confirmation in a response. It is also usually accompanied by the shaking of one's head in a confirmatory manner. Tomorrow I am going to start my new job as the President of UGA. Oh for real? That's what's up.

that time of the month
(noun phrase)

It is that time of the month when a girl is having her period. When Susan started crying for no apparent reason, her boyfriend asked her if it was that time of the month.

thick
(adjective)

1. When a girl is thick, then she is not fat, but has some shape to her. Tom likes thick girls, because he's always thought that skinny girls looked sickly. 2. When someone is thick, then they are dumb. That guy was so thick, I had to explain the joke to him at least eight times.

thirsty
(adjective)

When a person is thirsty they are desperate for sexual attention.These thirsty females were throwing their underwear on the stage at the concert!

[OED2] Old English. Ælfred tr. Boethius De Consol. Philos. xii, “Swa swylgð seo gitsung þa dreosendan welan..forþam hio hiora simle bið þurstegu.”

thread the needle
(verb phrase)

If the football quarterback threads the needle, he has precisely completed a pass to a receiver covered by multiple defenders. Wow, how did that quarterback thread the needle into such a small window!

throw down
(noun phrase)

A throw down is a large wild party, usually equipped with plenty of people and alcohol. Joel's party turned into an absolute throw down when the water polo team showed up.

throw down
(verb phrase)

1. If two people throw down, they fight. Tony and Trey were about to throw down, but Joe jumped in the middle. 2. If you throw down, then you party. We are going to throw down this Saturday after the football game. [OED2] 1896 E. Turner Little Larrikin xxvi. 321 “Lol was..projecting jumping Jacks and throwdowns on the floor, and keeping the cook..on the table.”

throwing shade
(verb phrase)

When a person is throwing shade, they are giving lots of sass and attitude in a large crowd of people. That new girl is throwing shade to everyone at this party, which is why they are finding her unpleasant.

thug
(noun)

If someone calls a man a thug, they mean in a derogatory way that he is brutish and violent. Ted was a thug on the streets for years before he met Tina and decided to get a job.

[OED2] 1881 R. L. Stevenson Virginibus Puerisque “Sometimes it [sc. death] leaps suddenly upon its victims, like a Thug.”

thurr
(adverb)

If you say “thurr,” you mean “there.” This term is used in an ironic or humorous manner. Look at that girl over thurr.

See herre.
tight
(adjective)

1. When something is tight, it's extremely cool. Come check out my new stereo system. I have some tight speakers, man. 2. When you are tight with someone, you have a close friendship with the person. Jake and Ted are so tight, they do everything together. 3. If a person is tight, they are attractive. The professional beach volleyball player is tight.

tighty whities
(noun phrase)

If someone is wearing tighty whities, they are wearing tight white briefs for underwear. This is generally looked down upon. Did you see James' tighty whities he had on? What a loser. [OED2] 1991 UNC-CH Campus Slang (Univ. N. Carolina, Chapel Hill) (typescript) Spring 9 Tighty-whities, men's brief type underwear.

See whitey tighties.
tig ol' bitties
(noun phrase)

If a girl has tig ol' bitties, she has extremely large breasts. Look at the set of tig ol' bitties on that girl! She should put those back in her shirt!

See funbags.
tits
(interjection)

If someone says "tits," they are expressing dismay at a bad situation or misfortune. Humza exclaimed, "tits!" after he woke up late on the day of his chemistry test

titty f**k
(verb phrase)

If a guy is titty f**king a girl, he is placing his penis between her breasts and thrusting. This term is never used in polite conversation. Jack enjoyed Jane's large breasts, so he constantly wanted to titty f**k them.

TLC
(abbreviation)

TLC is the abbreviated form of “tender, loving care.” When Eric got in a car accident, Sarah went to the hospital and gave him a lot of TLC. [OED2] 1960 I. A. Stanton Dict. for Med. Secretaries 149/1 “T.L.C., abbreviation for tender, loving care.”

T.M.I.
(abbreviation)

If you say that a factual statement is T.M.I., it is "too much information" because the information is so personal it is awkward or embarrassing. When she started telling the group of guys about her menstrual cycle, they said it was T.M.I..

toasted
(adjective)

Someone who is toasted is extremely drunk or high. Frat boys are known for getting toasted and singing loudly.

toe up
(adjective phrase)

1. If you are toe up, then you are drunk. Bobby was so toe up last night, I bet he doesn't remember trying to dance with the girls at Topper's. 2. If someone is called toe up, they are dressed and groomed badly or unstylishly. I know Kelly has an eight o'clock class, but that's no excuse for coming to school looking toe up with those baggy eyes and bad hair.

toke
(verb)

If you toke a joint, you take a puff of it and inhale. He lit the marijuana cigarette and toked it.

[OED2] 1952, American; drug slang; origin unknown; perhaps American Spanish toque from Spanish tocar meaning 'to touch, tap' or 'to get a shave or part' from Vulgar Latin toccare.

token
(adjective)

Someone who is referred to as a token is the single different person in a group of people who are all the same in some way. It was originally used to refer to movies or TV shows that had a single ethnically different character in order to represent diversity. This can be used with any ethnicity, gender, etc. I'm always the only black person in my group of friends, so they call me the token black guy.

tool
(noun)

A tool is a guy who acts in a less than desirable manner, yet thinks he is popular. Carson Daly is such a tool

top
(noun)

A top is a gay man who is sexually dominant and is also on the giving end of anal sex. This term also usually implies that the person being spoken of has a certain degree of masculinity. Josh is a total top. He won't let anybody near his ass.

See bottom.
top shelf
(adjective phrase)

If something is top shelf, it is of the highest quality. This jacket is top shelf. It's made with the softest, most durable leather around.

[OED2] 1882 N. York Tribune12 July, The rich tourist, or as the frontiersman calls him, ‘the top-shelfer’, who goes about with guides and a luxurious outfit.

torch
(verb)

If someone torches a bowl while smoking marijuana, they burn all the weed at once. This is generally frowned upon in the smoking community. You torched this bowl, bro! There’s no weed left... total party foul!

torn up
(adjective phrase)

If you are torn up, then you are drunk. I was torn up after happy hour. I can't believe that I went back out later.

torrent
(noun)

1. If you download a torrent, you download a file from the internet using the BitTorrent system. I downloaded a torrent of Ubuntu Linux to install on my computer today.  (verb) 2. If someone torrents something, they download it using BitTorrent or another program designed to use the BitTorrent system. People who torrent often illegally download copyrighted material. I torrented the Bourne Ultimatum yesterday so I could watch it with my friends on my computer.

total
(adjective)

If someone or something is a total something, then they are an excessive example of it. This can be used in place of “absolute.” Phoebe just lost her job; she is a total basket case.

totally
(adverb)

If something is totally something, then it is excessively so. This can be used in place of “very.” Look how sophisticated Tom is with his new hairstyle, moisturizers, and Gucci loafers. He is totally metrosexual.

See way.
totes
(adverb)

Totes is another word for “totally.” This is usually said by females. I'm totes going to the game this weekend.

See totes magotes.
totes magotes
(adverb)

 When someone says "totes magotes," they mean "totally." I texted him to see if he wanted to hang out tonight and he said "totes magotes," so yeah, he’ll be here. The term was popularized by the 2009 film "I Love You, Man".

tough cookie
(noun phrase)

If someone is a tough cookie, then they can make it through tough emotional times with very little help from others. I think that Cindy will make it through her break-up with Richard. She is one tough cookie.

tough shit
(interjection)

  If you say "tough shit" to someone, you are indicating that even if things are not desirable, they are not likely to change and must still be dealt with. This is often used when one is very annoyed. After Matt complained all night about going to a girly movie, Jennifer said, "Tough shit! It's my birthday, and we're doing what I want!" 

[OED2] 1946 Amer. Speech 21 249 [Army vocabulary.] Tough shit, something which is unfortunate, but about which nothing can be done.

town bicycle, the
(noun phrase)

 If you say a girl is the town bicycle, you mean that she has been with a lot of the men in town. Tammy is known as the town bicycle because everyone has had a ride.

See slut.
townie
(noun)

A townie is a young, non-student resident of Athens who participates in the music and bar scene. I hate going to that bar because it is full of townies. See the Townies Help Page

TP
(verb) If you TP someone's house, you are throwing unfurled rolls of toilet paper all over it as a prank. On Halloween, let's all TP the Alpha Kappa Psi house.
tramp stamp
(noun phrase)

 If a woman has a tramp stamp, then she has a tattoo on her lower back. This can be offensive, as it may suggest that the woman is promiscuous or deviant. That woman over there must sleep around with a lot of guys. Just look at her huge tramp stamp.

trannie
(noun)

A trannie is a transexual. This may be offensive or insulting, depending on whether the person actually is a transexual. Ever since Natalie got her hair cut off like a boy's, she looks like a total trannie. [OED2] 1983 The Mag. Apr. 23/3 “Guys needn't worry..unless they look as if they're cruising or mistake a ‘trannie’, most of whom are a lot more glamorous than the real girls.”

trap
(noun)

When someone refers to their home, they call it the trap. Where are you right now? I’m just at the trap, you can come through.

trap
(verb)

When someone traps, they deal drugs. Did you hear that Steve traps now? I bought some weed from him last week.

trap
(noun)

If someone is called a trap, then they are a transsexual in mid-operation, so he/she has a feminine face and breasts, but still has a penis. The term is considered offensive by some. Dude! Don’t go hit on that chick over there! It’s a trap!

trap house
(noun)

A trap house is a house in which illegal drugs are produced and sold. The house across the street is such a trap house. I see sketchy people going in and out all the time.

trashed
(adjective)

If you say that someone is trashed, you mean they are very drunk. Often but not always used in a disapproving way. She was so trashed, she couldn't even walk straight.

tree hugger
(noun phrase)

A tree hugger is a person who is very passionate about the environment. Hippies are usually tree huggers

[OED2] 1965 Appleton (Wisconsin) Post Crescent 10 Sept. 1/4 “The battle was between the tree huggers and the city. The city won, 100-0.”

trees
(noun)

 If someone has trees, they are in possession of marijuana. Yo dude! Lemme get a twenty sack of trees.

trick
(noun)

1. If you call someone a trick, you mean that they are incompetent or foolish. That stupid trick just cut me off. 2. If someone calls a girl a trick, they mean she is very promiscuous and slutty. I have seen that trick out with five different guys in the last week! 3. If you call someone a trick, you are greeting them as a friend. When I saw Jean today, she said "Wassup, trick?"

triflin'
(adjective)

When a person is referred to as triflin' they are shady, dishonest, or pathetic.  Are you still dating Tracy? No she was talking to four other guys, she’s just triflin'.

trip
(verb)

1. If you trip, you experience the effect of a hallucinogen. I ate some mushrooms and tripped for hours. 2. If someone is tripping, they are under the influence of drugs. Eddie was tripping on some drugs on Saturday night when he painted the room pink.

[OED2] 1968, drug slang; from the verb trip (1966) meaning 'to hallucinate by use of a drug, especially LSD' (American) from Middle English trippe, from Old French treper, triper, or tripper meaning 'to strike with feet, leap.'

trip out
(verb phrase)

1. If someone is trippin' out, they are reacting badly to a situation. I told Gina I didn't want to see her anymore and she started trippin' out. 2. If someone or something trips you out, then it is very funny and makes you laugh. The comedian Chris Rock really trips me out

troll
(noun)

If someone is a troll, then they do things to purposely irritate other people. Matt is such a troll. All he does is irritate me, and he knows it!

trolling
(verb)

If a person is trolling it means that they are secretly irritating people by using the Internet. Randy was trolling on yahoo asking useless and time wasting questions to make people pissed off.

true dat
(interjection)

If you say “true dat,” then you agree or affirm what someone just said. “Those Superbowl commercials were so funny.” “True dat.”

trust punk
(noun)

A trust punk is a person who appears to adhere to the crust punk lifestyle of townies, but is actually funded completely by his/her parents. Jeff seemed like a crust punk until I realized he bought his denim vest premade off of Ebay. He doesn't even know the bands on the patches. He is such a trust punk!

See crust punk.
turn down for what
(verb phrase)

If someone says, “Turn down for what?” they are expressing interest in getting drunk or “turning up." The guy yelled, “Turn down for what?” as he took four shots of whiskey.

turnip
(noun)

If someone is called a turnip, they are not interesting and have no personality. Any story they tell, no matter the content, is inevitably dull and pointless. I really tried to get into that conversation with Jen about her three-way with Aaron Murray and Jarvis Jones, but she is such a turnip that I just couldn't stay interested.

turnt
(adjective)

When you are turnt, you are in a state of excitement and extreme happiness.  Me and my girls were so turnt last night!  Nobody could tell us nothing!

turn up
(verb phrase)

When someone is going to turn up, they are going to let loose, have fun, and get wild and crazy at a party or other social event; this often implies drug use. Dude, everybody turned up last night at that frat party! You should have seen Kevin dancing on the bar.

twat
(noun)

1. A twat is a vagina. This term is considered vulgar. Jeff is looking for some twat at the bar tonight but there aren't many girls out for some reason. 2. If a guy refers to another guy as a twat, he is insulting him. Paul is such a twat for forgetting to bring the vodka.

twat block
(verb)

If somebody twat blocks a girl, they prevent her from having sex. I didn’t want Susan hooking up with that guy, so I totally walked in repeatedly and twat blocked her all night.

twat swat
(verb phrase)

When someone twat swats a girl, they prevent her from engaging in sexual activity unintentionally. Jane  gets jealous pretty easily so she'll probably twat swat Angela some time tonight.

See cock block.
tweak
(verb)

 If you tweak something, you make a repair or modification to a device with completely unexpected materials with total disregard for the original plans of the designer. Don't worry, I can tweak it so the amp will work.

tweeked out
(adjective phrase)

1. If a person is tweeked out, then they are acting agitated or scattered as a result of taking an amphetamine. Tim bumped the line, and within three minutes, he was completely tweeked out. 2. If a person is tweeked out, then they are experiencing a hangover from hardcore intoxication. Since we didn't leave the club until 7 am, we all feel a little tweeked out today.

twenty-four-seven
(adverb)

If someone does something 24-7, they do this 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If she's gonna be studying 24-7, she better find a Prozac connection. [OED2] 1983 Sports Illustr. (Nexis) 28 Nov.“76 Jerry (Ice) Reynolds, one of the SEC's two best freshmen by the end of last season, calls his jump shot ‘24-7-365’, because ‘It's good 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year’.”

twerk it
(verb phrase)

When someone twerks it at the club, they are dancing well, but in a very slutty manner. Karen was twerking it last night at The Ritz. All of the guys were looking at her.

twig and berries
(noun phrase)

 If someone refers to a guy's twig and berries, they are talking about his penis and testicles. Johnny was in pain after he took a baseball to the twig and berries.

twig and berries
(noun phrase)

  If someone refers to a guy's twig and berries, they are talking about his penis and testicles. Johnny was in pain after he took a baseball to the twig and berries.

twirk it
(verb phrase)

When someone twirks it at the club, they are dancing well. It implies a certain degree of sexuality. Karen was twirking it last night at The Ritz. All of the guys were looking at her.

twisted
(adjective)

1. If a person is twisted, they take pleasure from death, cruelty, or violence. Sonia is a little twisted with Johnny in bed, but he kinda digs the riding crop. 2. If you are twisted, you think your partner is cheating on you. I was twisted after I saw her downtownlast night. When I called her yesterday afternoon, she said she was staying home to write a paper. 3. If you are twisted, you are extremely intoxicated. After six shots of tequila, Dave was absolutely twisted.

uber
(adjective)

When you add uber to a word, it increases the intensity of a situation, word, or phrase. I am uber excited about the LSU vs UGA football game this weekend.

[OED2] German, from über to meaning 'over, beyond,' from Old High German ubar.

Uga
(noun) Pronounced uh-guh, Uga is the name of the University of Georgia's mascot, an English Bulldog. Currently the mascot is Uga VI. My girlfriend and I got our picture taken with Uga before the Tennessee game. See the Tailgating Help Page.
U mad bro
(interjection)

When somebody says, "u mad bro," they are making fun of someone who appears to be upset for a trivial reason. I slept with your sister. U mad bro?

unfriend
(verb)

If you unfriend someone, you remove them from your friend list on a social network such as facebook or myspace. I went to go look at my ex’s photos but I couldn’t because he unfriended me.

See defriend.
uniboob
(noun)

  If you say a girl has a uniboob, you mean that the bra she is wearing, usually a sports bra, makes it look like she has only one continuous breast all the way across her chest. Tonya's new exercise clothes give her a uniboob.

(Lexis Nexis) Compounding of uni- and boob. First published in The Sunday Mail (Australia) in 1996.

unibrow
(noun)

When someone has a unibrow, their eyebrows grow beyond the normal boundary, spreading into the middle of their face. My fifth grade teacher, Ms. Landers, had a mustache and a unibrow! She looked like she had a caterpillar crawling over her eyes.

[OED2] 1989 Re: Monsters in rec.games.frp (Usenet newsgroup) 14 Nov., “Imagine....a big wide mouth and a black uni-brow (one eyebrow over both eyes).”

up shit creek without a paddle
(idiom)

If someone says they are up shit creek without a paddle, they are in a bad situation and do not know how to get out of it. Since I'm under 21, I knew I was up shit creek without a paddle when the cops saw the bottle of alcohol in my car.

[OED2] 1868 Ann. Rep. Secretary of War (U.S. House of Representatives, 40th Congr., 3rd Sess.) 469 Our men put old Lincoln up Shit creek…

up (someone's) ass
(idiom)

If someone is up someone's ass, they are inseparable from the other person. Hayley is up Kurt’s ass, I have never seen him by himself.

up (someone's) butt
(adjective) If someone is up someone else's butt, they are obsessed with pleasing, aiding, or sucking up to that person. I cannot stand John; he volunteers to do everything our boss Jessica asks and is so completely up her butt that I will never get a promotion!
vag
(abbreviation)

If someone says "vag", they are abbreviating “vagina.” I spent fifty bucks buying that girl drinks, so I'd better be getting some vag tonight!

va-jay-jay
(noun)

If a woman refers to her va-jay-jay, then she is referring to her vagina. This harness is causing some discomfort around my va-jay-jay.

[OED2] 2000 P. Barman MTV Get Off Air Pt. 2 www.rapgenius.com (O.E.D. archive) Lady, one more complaint and I'll shove a rape-whistle up the Mrs. Va-J-J.

veg out
(verb phrase)

If you veg out, you lie around as if in a vegetative state, being lazy and doing things that require minimal effort and no thought, such as watching TV. Busy students want to veg out on the weekends.

[OED2] 1980 Washington Post “They're just vegging out, not seeing what they can do.”

vial
(noun)

When someone refers to a vial they are referring to a large amount of liquid acid that they intend to sell. Are you going to start selling liquid? Yeah, I just got a vial.

Vine, do it for the Vine
(expression)

Do it for the vine is an expression used when someone posts a video on the social networking site, Vine, and is dancing in  the video.

Virgin Vault
(noun)

The Virgin Vault is the name given to Brumby Hall, a predominantly freshmen all-girl dormitory. Seth was bragging about how he would sneak into the Virgin Vault to visit his girlfriend.

vom
(verb)

When you have to vom, then you have to throw up. Short for vomit. My roommate drank too much downtown last night, and then she came home and just vommed for hours.

VPL
(abbreviation)

VPL is an acronym that stands for "visible panty line" and is used to point out the fashion error in a girl’s outfit. Jessica, you have a VPL when you wear that skirt, so you should definitely change. 

WaHo
(noun) When you are going to WaHo, you are going to the Waffle House, a popular restaurant in the Southeast. Let's meet up at the WaHo and get something to eat. I am really in the mood for some greasy deliciousness.
wail
(verb)

If you wail on a guitar, you are playing it fast and well. Eric Clapton can wail.

[OED2] 1955, American; Jazz lingo; wail probably from Old Norse *veila (compare veilan meaning 'wailing').

wake-and-bake
(verb)

If someone wake-and-bakes, they smoke marijuana as soon as they wake up in the morning. Alex told me to go to his place around 10 tomorrow morning if I want to wake-and-bake.

walk
(verb)

If you walk, then you participate in the graduation ceremony. My parents want me to walk but I told them they don't even read your name out loud.

walked down
(verb phrase)

When a football player gets walked down he receives the football down field with a significant distance between him and any defender, but is then caught from behind by a faster defender. Most commonly used by males. Dang! I had no idea how slow our best wide receiver is, he caught the ball and was in the clear but got walked down by that cornerback.

walking std
(noun phrase)

If someone calls another person a walking STD, they are saying that person has had unsafe sex with multiple partners. This is considered a derogatory term. Jack's had sex with so many different girls; he's a walking STD!

walk of shame
(null)

If a girl takes a walk of shame, then she is leaving someone's residence the next morning after having slept with someone the night before. While living in the dorms, I watched different girls take the walk of shame every morning.

[OED2] 1990 "Walk of shame, the walk home in the morning after spending the night out with a member of the opposite sex."

Wally World
(noun) If you say you are going to Wally World, you mean you are going shopping at Wal*Mart, a store that carries both food and other products. I was going to Wally World to do grocery shopping, but wound up buying a few DVDs and some video games, completely forgetting about the food.
wang
(noun)

A wang is a penis. This word can be used literally or figuratively. The ball hit Ryan right in the wang at last night's soccer game. That had to hurt!

See schlong.
want somebody's nuts
(idiom)

If you want somebody’s nuts, you want to have sex with them. That guy we met at Go Bar last night totally wants my nuts. [OED2] 1565 T. Cooper Thesaurus at Glans, "The nutte of a mans yarde."

wasted
(adjective)

Someone who is wasted is very drunk. Getting wasted every night might be good for your social life, but it is bad for your grades.

See shitfaced.
wat
(interjection)

Wat is an alternate spelling of “what?” It is rarely punctuated with a question mark. A period or no punctuation at all is preferred. “This assignment is so confusing. I really wish I’d memorized the order of operations before they made me take college algebra.” “Wat.”

wat do
(interjection)

If you say wat do, you have gotten yourself into an awkward situation and have no idea how to get out of it. Shortening of “what should I do?” Typically typed in all caps without punctuation, but can also be spoken. I don’t have a house anymore, because I drank it, and I think I slept with my best friend’s sister. WAT DO.

See blunt.
waxed
(verb)

If someone gets waxed, then they get beaten in a competition, usually pertaining to sports. Patrick lamented that he got waxed on the basketball court earlier today.

[OED2] 1884 A. A. Putnam 10 Years Police Judge xxii. 199 Mr. Bungle...would in nine [out of twelve cases] be waxed but for the commiseration and the magnanimity of....

way
(adverb)

If you say something is way something, then it is extremely so. That dude was way stoned. [OED2] 1941 L. I. Wilder Little Town on Prairie v. 34 "‘I wonder how much it costs,’ said Ma. ‘'Way too much for ordinary folks,’ said Pa."

WCW
(noun phrase)

WCW is an abbrevation for Woman Crush Wednesday. On social networking sites such as instagram, every Wednesday people post a picture of the woman they have a crush on.  My WCW is Halle Berry. HANDS DOWN!

wears the pants
(verb phrase)

If someone wears the pants in a relationship, then they have the final say. My dad wears the pants in my family, so I don't even bother asking my mom.

[OED2] 1898 N.Y. Times 3 Feb. 6/7 Women will not shy at mice, And may even wear the pants, By and by.

wedgie
(noun)

When someone has a wedgie, their underwear is riding up between their butt cheeks. In some cases, someone will give another person a wedgie by grabbing the victim's underwear and pulling directly upwards. Jason and CJ just pulled up the waistband on my briefs and gave me a wedgie.

[OED2] 1977 J. Langone Life at Bottom “What's the matter sir, you ain't never had a wedgie? What's a wedgie? Well, sir, that's when they grab you right there by the ass of your trousers and give 'er a good tug.”

werd
(interjection)

If you reply “werd,” you affirm or agree to a comment. “Britney Spears sucks.” “Werd.” [OED2] 1981 J. Spicer et al. Money (Dollar Bill Y'all) (song) in L. A. Stanley Rap: the Lyrics (1992) 301 "Word.., that's a good record, man."

See word.
whack
(adjective)

1. If something is whack, then it is outrageous or unbelievable. That is whack! You two were in the same kindergarten class? 2. If something or someone is whack, then it is extremely disappointing or sub-par. No one enjoyed “Gigli”; it was a whack movie.

whack off
(verb phrase)

When a man whacks off, he masturbates. Dana's girlfriend told him to spend less time whacking off and more time cleaning the kitchen.

[OED2] 1969 P. Roth Portnoy's Complaint 78 Did I mention that when I was fifteen I took it out of my pants and whacked off on the 107 bus from New York?

whatev
(interjection)

If someone says whatev, they are shortening the word "whatever" to dismiss a statement. This is considered highly rude. After Tom was bitched out by his girlfriend, he said Whatev, and walked off.

whatever
(interjection)

1. If you say “whatever,” you indicate your disbelief in an assertion. Rumor has it that Brad and Angelina are divorcing because Brad's gay. Whatever!  2. If you say “whatever,” you mean that you don't care or that something doesn't matter. When I asked what movie she wanted to watch, Stephanie said, Oh, whatever. I'm up for anything.

[OED2] 1884 A. A. Putnam 10 Years Police Judge xxii. 199 Mr.Brad's gay." "Whatever!" 

what in the actual f**k
(interjection)

If you say, "what in the actual f**k," you are expressing an extreme amount of the emotion that caused you to say, “what the f**k” in the first place. “Actual” is emphasized. Babe, what in the actual f**k are you doing downtown with that slut?

what is this I don’t even
(interjection)

When someone says, "what is this I don’t even," something is so unbelievably weird that they have stopped comprehending it. 

See wat.
what's cracking
(idiom)

If you say, “what's cracking,” you mean “what's going on” or “what's happening.” Hey dude, I haven't seen you in a month. What's cracking?

what's good
(idiom)

When someone says, “what's good,” then they are asking how another person is doing. This phrase can be used in place of "what's up." What's good with Kevin? I haven't seen him in class in a couple of days.

what's Gucci
(idiom)

What’s Gucci is the equivalent of asking “What’s up?” or “What’s going on?”. It is in reference to the rapper, Gucci Mane, who debuted in 2005. What’s Gucci, Jeff? How are your classes going this semester?

what the deuce
(interjection)

If someone says, “what the deuce,” they are expressing extreme confusion or anger. When #9 UAB upset #1 Kentucky in the NCAA Tournament, Chase exclaimed, “what the deuce?”

[OED2] 1757 T. Smollett Reprisali. viii, What the deuce are you afraid of?

what up
(idiom)

If you say, “what up,” then you are greeting somebody. What up, John, how's it going?

wheels
(noun)

Wheels is another name for a car. Paul drives some nice wheels. [OED2] 1959 Esquire Nov. 70 j, "Wheels, car."

whiff
(verb)

If you whiff in baseball or softball, you swing at a pitch and miss. Amber whiffed every time she got up to bat. [OED2] 1913 Wells Fargo Messenger 1 93/2 "When he has to line 'er out he does, but he doesn't whiff at random."

whipped
(adjective)

If someone is whipped, their romantic partner dictates their life. We never see Jake anymore because he is so whipped; he's always hanging out with his significant other.

whippits
(noun)

If someone is taking whippits, they are inhaling the air out of a can of whipped cream in order to get high. Because John couldn't find any weed, he took some whippits to get himself high. [OED2] 1979 Daily Intelligencer (Doylestown, Pa.) 10 Jan. 4/3 "Brady theorizes that teen-agers may get high on the whippets and other drugs and perform burglaries."

whiskey dick
(noun phrase)

If a guy has whiskey dick, he is unable to obtain or maintain an erection due to excessive drinking. I got Chloe in bed last night, but by the time she had her clothes off, I was suffering from whiskey dick.

white man
(noun phrase)

White man is the name given to the walk symbol on the electronic crosswalk lights. I got home faster today because I had the white man the whole way.

whitey tighties
(noun phrase)

If someone is wearing whitey tighties, they are wearing tight white briefs for underwear. This is generally looked down upon. Did you see James' whitey tighties he had on? What a loser.

See tighty whities.
who dat iz
(interjection)

When someone says “who dat iz?” they are asking who someone is. We heard the door knock and P.J. yelled, “Who dat iz?”

wicked
(adjective)

If something is wicked, it is very cool and awesome. That new bar downtown is wicked.

[OED2] 1920; American; from Middle English wicked or wikked (1154), from Old English wicke or wikke (apparently from the masculine wicca meaning 'wizard').

wide open
(adjective phrase)

When someone is wide open when they do something, they are doing it completely and fully without caring about the consequences or effects. Dang man, did you see him race down that track and pass everyone? He was wide open wasn't he?

wifebeater
(noun)

A wifebeater is a tight-fitting ribbed tank top worn as an undergarment by men. I usually sleep in boxer shorts and a wifebeater.

[OED2] 1993 Crazy Stanford Law Students on Acid True Crime!! in alt.drugs (Usenet newsgroup), “Pee-Wee had the emaciated body of Tolkien's Gollum and sported brown khakis and a wifebeater tanktop.”

wifey
(noun)

If a girl refers to her girlfriend as her wifey, they are very close friends. My wifey is coming to visit me this weekend, I’m so excited!

wigger
(noun)

If you call someone a wigger, you mean they are a white person who tries to act black. Jamie thinks he's the shiz, but he's just a wigger.

[OED2] 1988, The Washington Post, "How race-conscious are high-school students today?"

wig out
(verb phrase)

If someone wigs out, then they act in a neurotic fashion, losing self-control and any sense of reality, possibly under the influence of a drug. When he saw that he failed the exam, he wigged out and tried to fight his professor.

[OED2] 1955, American; perhaps from the verb wig, meaning 'to scold, rebuke', from the noun wig, meaning 'a harsh scolding or reprimand' (1789); perhaps from the idea to flip one's wig (from noun wig meaning 'artificial hair covering').

Wikipedia
(verb) When you Wikipedia something, you use the online encyclopedia Wikipedia to look up a term. I Wikipediaed "giraffes"Ł to get all the information I needed for that research paper.
wing man
(noun phrase)

When a guy is a wing man, it means he is sidekick for a friend when going out to hit on girls and is willing to hit on the less attractive girls to benefit the friend. Tom is definitely the best wing man I have, as he's willing to hit on any girl to help me with their friends.

wingnut
(noun)

If you call someone a wingnut, you mean they are crazy or have ridiculous beliefs. The homeless guy with the Bible standing outside Toppers is a real wingnut.

wired
(adjective)

If you say that someone is wired, you mean that they are hyper or very energetic. Wanda slept in until 1 in the afternoon, so at 3:00 A.M. she was still wired.

[OED2] 1977 Daily Mirror (Austral.) 26 May 30/1 Sometimes drugs could trigger Presley into the most incredible of highs... But when he was ‘wired’..his mood and actions assumed black violence.

womp
(verb)

If you womp someone, you strike them over the head with a large object. This is usually associated with video game play. So then I came up behind him and womped him with the two-by-four.

woody
(noun)

If a guy has a woody, he has an erection. I get a woody every time I think about Julia Roberts in Mystic Pizza. [OED2] 1990 Re: Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX Driving Impressions in rec.autos (Usenet newsgroup) 26 June, "I've got a woody already."

See stiffy.
wookie
(noun)

If someone is a wookie, they are an unkempt, dirty drug dealer who attends music festivals to sell low quality drugs. That wookie keeps trying to sell me bad weed.

wookie
(noun)

A wookie is a girl who dresses like a hippie but has no political stance, no life goals, and tends to bum around and be lazy. Lets leave this party, there are a bunch of wookies here.

word
(interjection)

If you reply “word,” you affirm or agree with a comment. Britney Spears sucks. Word. [OED2] 1981 J. Spicer et al. Money (Dollar Bill Y'all) (song) in L. A. Stanley Rap: the Lyrics (1992) 301 "Word.., that's a good record, man."

See werd.
word vomit
(noun phrase)

When someone has word vomit, that person blurts something out during a conversation that they intended to keep from the other party. When I was talking to Kate, I accidentally mentioned that her boyfriend made out with another girl at the bar; it just came out of my mouth like word vomit.

See cocktail mouth.
work it
(verb phrase)

1. When a girl works it, she is seducing guys by flirting and teasing. Gina worked it on the dance floor and got free drinks all night.  2. If someone works it, then they are wearing a daring outfit that most people would not wear, but which looks good on them. Did you see Jane in that corset and six-inch heels? She'd better work it!

World’s Largest Cocktail Party
(noun phrase)

The World’s Largest Cocktail Party is the nickname for the huge tailgating event that takes place at the annual Georgia/Florida football game in Jacksonville, Florida. We didn’t get tickets to the game in Jacksonville this year, but we’re still going to go for the World’s Largest Cocktail Party.

write on (someone's) wall
(verb phrase)

If you write on someone's wall, you leave a comment or message on the wall of their www.facebook.com profile page. Guess what? Jimmy wrote on my wall that he had a good time on our date last night!

WTF
(acronym)

WTF stands for "what the f**k." This word started out on the internet but is so widely known and used that it is frequently heard in spoken conversation. When you say it out loud you are usually being facetious or you must use it as a euphemism. When I found out that Rahul let some drunk naked guy sleep in my bed without asking me, I called him and was like WTF man, that's not cool!

[OED2] 1985 Ramblings 5/85 in net.micro.mac (Usenet newsgroup) 18 May, Upon booting I received a message saying ‘please insert word master’. I asked myself, ‘W.T.F.?’

wuss
(noun)

If someone calls a person a wuss, they act weak or cowardly. Short for "wussy," which is a euphemism for "pussy." Joe won't give us any trouble because he's a wuss. [OED2] 1976 Campus Slang (Univ. N. Carolina, Chapel Hill) Nov. 6 Come on you wuss, hit a basket..! John's a wuss.

See mangina.

 

X
(abbreviation) X is another name for ecstasy. I bought some X for the party on Saturday. See the Nightlife Help Page.
xoxo
(abbreviation) Xoxo is typed or written when someone is symbolically sending kisses and hugs, but is not physically there to kiss the person. There is no spoken equivalent. I miss you xoxo!
XYZ
(abbreviation) If you tell someone XYZ, you mean that their fly is open. XYZ stands for examine your zipper. You can also add numerous other acronyms after XYZ, including, most commonly, PDQ for pretty darn quick. XYZ, dude. I can see your cow-print boxers.
ya boy
(noun phrase)

If a guy says, "ya boy," they are proudly referring to themself. Did you see ya boy balling on the basketball court today?

y'all
(noun)

When someone says y'all, they mean “you all”; synonymous with “you guys.” Y'all come over here and get some food. [OED] 1877 Scribner's Monthly Aug. 543/2 Dese yer towels'll be a hobblin' on de sto' while y'all's eatin' yo' supper. 

See Y'all Help Page.
Y'all's
(plural) Y'all's is the possessive case that is used for indicating ownership. It is synonymous with yours. Is this trophy y'all's? It is typically used in informal speech by many residents of Georgia and by most of the students at UGA.
yanking my chain
(verb phrase)

1. When someone yanks your chain, they play a practical joke on you or are teasing you. I knew Terry was yanking my chain when I saw him wink. 2. If someone yanks your chain, they aggravate you. Sarah always mentions my ex-boyfriend just to yank my chain.

yes sir
(interjection)

When someone says “yes sir,” they are giving positive affirmation to someone. “Hey George, are we going out tonight?” “Yes sir!”

yo
(interjection)

1. If you say “yo” to someone, you are greeting them. Yo, player! What are you up to tonight? 2. If you end a sentence with “yo,” you are signifying the end of your conversational turn and a desire to wrap up the conversation. I've got to get started on my homework, yo. 3. If you end a question with “yo,” you are signifying the end of your conversational turn and a desire for a response. What are you getting into tonight, yo?

yoink
(verb)

If you yoinked something, you stole it, but generally in a playful or unimportant way. I yoinked Steve's cell phone for a minute to call Glen, but he wasn't home.

See gank.
YOLO
(acronym)

When somebody says YOLO, they are about to do or have done something that is considered dangerous or stupid. One of the most popular words in 2012. I jumped off the roof last night and broke my leg. Yolo!

your boy
(noun)

If you introduce someone into the conversation using “your boy,” you are sarcastically indicating that the person you are talking to is good friends with the person being introduced, when in fact it is obvious that the listener dislikes the introduced person. I heard your boy Mike Adams is trying to hike up tuition again.

you're shitting me
(idiom)

If you say “you're shitting me,” you are shocked by a comment and are skeptical of it. “The administration is going to start paying staff a living wage.” “You're shitting me.”

your mom
(interjection)

1. If you say, “your mom” to a good friend, you cannot think of anything more clever to say in reply to your friend's witty remark, so you must resort to an elementary level comeback. Basil, you score lower in bowling than my baby sister. Well... your mom. 2. Your mom can be used as a spontaneous answer to any question from a good friend. What's in the bag? Your mom.

zig-zag
(noun)

Zig-zag is the paper used to roll a joint. Give me some zig-zags. I'm going to roll a joint.

[OED2] 1909, brand name Official Gaz. (U.S. Patent Office) “Zig Zag... Cigarette-paper.”

zombocalypse
(noun)

When you mention the zombocalypse, you refer to a scenario in which human society has become overrun with zombies. I think Chuck Norris would survive the zombocalypse because he’s such a badass and would probably hunt the zombies to extinction, grilling them with peppers and zesty barbecue sauce.

(Lexis Nexis) 2007, blend of zomb[ie] + [ap]ocalypse, “We're going to talk a little bit today about the inevitable zombie uprising […] also known as 'zombocalypse’.”

zone out
(verb phrase)

If someone zones out, they are daydreaming. Hey, can I borrow your notes from the last lecture? I was there but just kind of zoned out[OED2] 1982 N.Y. Times “The highlight of my week was to go..to Ranger games. It had nothing to do with my profession. I could just sit there and zone out.”

See space out.
zonked
(adjective)

If you are zonked, then you are very tired. By finals, I am zonked and ready for the end of the semester, and more than ready to enjoy a little vacation.

[OED2] 1972, from the past participle of zonk meaning 'to hit or strike'; origin unclear; probably an onomatopoeic word meaning "representing the sound of a blow or heavy impact."

zonked out
(adjective phrase)

If someone is zonked out, they are sleeping. The lecture was so boring I zonked out halfway into it.

[OED2] 1972 Maclean's Mag. Oct. 40/1 This portrait of his wife..zonked out on a floating sofa.

zooted
(adjective)

When someone is zooted, they are so far under the influence of drugs and alcohol that they cannot function. Have you seen Courtney? Yeah, she’s about to pass out, she’s so zooted.

See blunt