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1. A pre-meditated state of false gayness, aimed at soliciting attention or affection from the opposite sex. See: Girls Gone Wild; Tom Cruise.

2. False diagnosis of male gayness; develops after lingering too long in a friendship-only relationship with a woman you secretly like. Comic hilarity usually ensues. See: Any movie starring Matthew Perry.
Fauxmo's are the new snags.
Por peerless 07 de octubre de 2005
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Literally "Costume Play." Dressing up and pretending to be a fictional character (usually a sci-fi, comic book, or anime character).
There are anime cosplay conventions around the world.
Por Mario Rogic 15 de enero de 2003
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Short for "you ones"; could also be used in place of:
you
you guys
you all
y'all
Yinz goin' to da Stillers game?
Por Munda 22 de noviembre de 2002
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Pittsburgh's way of saying "jackoff." An anoying, ass hole.
The light turned green, but that jagoff tourist didn't get going!
Por Da fuck do you care? 25 de agosto de 2004
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A person that accompanies you to friend's or family event. a) Giving the appearance that you are seeing people and not isolated from society. b) To avoid being set up on blind dates by well meaning friends.
Jack brought a saftey date to his aunt's dinner party. He did this because his aunt considered herself an "accomplished match maker."
Por Ensoe 14 de agosto de 2005
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Describes the complicated love and affection shared by two straight males.
Steve: Ah, Dave!!! I can't believe you stole this first pressing of Aladdin Sane from your record store for me. We were just talking about this the other night.

Dave: No sweat, pal.

Steve: That is some full-on bromance. You're the man.
Por fletchlives 30 de mayo de 2005
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A wall, usually in a professional's office, covered with an inordinate number of framed diplomas, certificates, and other tokens of academic achievement. The sheer number of items implicitly speaks to the superior skill or intelligence of the professional who earned them. This outward display mirrors and reinforces the professional’s perception of self, or ego.
The lawyer's clients more easily parted with their money upon seeing the ego wall in his office.
Por Mr. Mule 22 de octubre de 2006