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Documents made of paper, like an anablog, in contrast to electronic documents.
Print out the treeware and we can send it via snail mail.
Por Blue Cawdrey 18 de noviembre de 2004
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To write a blog entry just for the sake of posting an entry, not because you have done anything interesting today.
I couldn't really think of anthing good to blog about, so my last post was real blogorrhea.
Por Dustin 19 de febrero de 2005
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The reverse of namesake; a person you are named after.
The monk Martin Luther was the nametake of Dr. King.
Por Ben Frey 17 de abril de 2006
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To shop for items online; to buy things from an online store.
I think I'm going to save myself a lot of holiday shopping hassles and just shop naked.
Por CleverConveyence 12 de diciembre de 2006
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To insert contacts in your eyes.
John said, "Slap your plastics and let's go to the bar."
Por JaaWeave 18 de diciembre de 2006
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a living being used as a fashion accessory, like a handbag or a scarf, except that it's alive; often dressed up in cutesy little outfits
Paris Hilton rarely goes out without her bio-accessory, Tinkerbell the Chihuahua. Britney Spears used to carry around her bio-accessory, Bit Bit, until she started carrying around babies instead. Why didn't Kevin carry the dog? Maybe that's why she divorced him: he wouldn't carry the little dog.
Por KathMac 07 de enero de 2007
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turning off your alarm clock and immediately going back to sleep; risking not waking up for a job, class, or other daily task.
I'm lucky that i didn't miss my final exam after having 30 minutes of unprotected sleep.
Por Notorious JJM 17 de diciembre de 2006

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