may 25
To manipulate events and situations in order to make a person believe that he or she is crazy.

From the 1944 movie with Charles Boyer and Ingrid Bergman.
He kept stealing her keys and putting them in the freezer in order to gaslight her.
Por wolfie toutomoutochan 11 de febrero de 2005
may 24
What Was I Looking For? Acronym for phrase describing wasting time sufing online, with no results.
Yikes, I've been surfing online for 7 hours and everybody's mad at me, plus I haven't found anything useful or important. WWILF?
Por Noll 10 de abril de 2007
may 23
An insincere apology or expression of regret, often blaming the aggrieved party for being offended or bringing up an irrelevant topic to distract.
"Did you hear Don Imus' nonpology the other day? Like his racist remarks are actually the result of rap music."

"I really get tired of politicians' nonpologies. All they're really saying is they're sorry they got caught."
Por stogoe 24 de abril de 2007
may 22
Indifference; to be used when one simply does not care.
A: What do you want for dinner?
B: Meh.
Por Harold Lauder 16 de noviembre de 2002
may 21
the crack in a monopoly board.
The dice landed right on the puzzle butt.
Por miggie 30 de abril de 2007
may 20
An enemy disguised as a friend.
"What do you think about frenemies?"
"I say, keep your friends close, and your frenemies closer"
Por nodemons 05 de mayo de 2004
may 19
An obstacle found in one's path that, while drunk, provides an incredible challenge to avoid. This includes cracks in the sidewalk, low-hanging tree branches, abnormal curbs, and members of the opposite sex who are of questionable attractiveness. Generally, these are ranked by class, or degree of difficulty: class 1 being the lowest and class 5 being the highest.
The captain totally tweaked his ancle last night on a class 5 drunk catcher.
Por gingerman 20 de agosto de 2005
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