mar 24
A question that usually requires a long answer. A close relative of stupid question and rhetorical question.
Joan: I have a quick question for you. How do you solve for "x" in this complex differential equation?

Bob: Uhhhhhh...
Por kneb 07 de diciembre de 2006
mar 23
A college-age girl who kisses other girls in bars and clubs, usually for attention and the approval of men.
A BISEXUAL girl kisses girls at home when no ones looking.

A BARSEXUAL girl only kisses them in places that charge a cover.
Por T. 22 de agosto de 2005
mar 22
Absent Without Official Leave: A term used in the United States Military to describe a soldier or other military member who has left his or her post without permission (usually in disagreement with a particular order). This is one of many military terms that has trickled down into everyday speech among civilian populations.
Private Johnson went AWOL after he received an order to join major combat forces in Iraq.
Por Postman 25 de enero de 2005
mar 21
A characteristic, mannerism, or appearance of a person, either subtle or overt, which implies unique, eccentric, creative, adventurous or unconventional thinking.
David Crosby refers to long hair as a freak flag in his song Almost Cut My Hair. "I feel like letting my freak flag fly."

Movie Character Ben compliments Meredith in The Family Stone, "You have a freak flag...you just don't fly it."
Por Anthony T. White 22 de mayo de 2006
mar 20
to crash, to collapse, to plummit, to fail
1. I can't believe it, I completely bear stearned that test.

2. For the third time this week, my computer bear stearned on me.
Por Wolverine11 17 de marzo de 2008
mar 19
1. Never occurring, nor having the potential to do so.

2. A seemingly non-existent period of time.
1. Hanson will fornever be the greatest band this country has ever known.

2. "I could watch Passions fornever and never."
Por Aaron Waters 19 de septiembre de 2005
mar 18
Jingle mail is the package containing the keys to your house that you send back to the bank when the interest rate on your adjustable-rate or IO/neg-am mortgage resets, or the property tax bill gets reassessed at double what it was two years ago, or you find out that heating and AC and repairs cost a ton of freaking money, or you lose your job because of the recession that's coming with the housing crash, and you can't make the payments any more.
My neighbor put up the Escalade and the Beemer that he bought with his third HELOC for sale, and has been having garage sales every week for the last month to raise cash ... I give it about 90 days till he sends in the jingle mail.
Por watchafallingknife 03 de septiembre de 2006
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