sep 13
To make things more intense, exciting, or interesting.

(introduced by chef Emeril Lagasse in reference to spicing up his recipies)
Guest: Dude, this party sucks!

Host: Let's kick it up a notch! (brings out strippers and beer)
Por Meggo 17 de mayo de 2004
sep 12
Verb. to pluto someone or something is to downgrade, demote or remove altogether from a prestigious group or list, Like what was done to the planet of the same name.
he was plutoed like an old pair of shoes.
Por Yoova 24 de agosto de 2006
sep 11
Middle Eastern nation, particularly one with a vast desert such as Iraq or Saudi Arabia.
"Just heard the 224th is headed over to the sandbox."
Por 12B 12 de diciembre de 2002
sep 10
Walking around your neighborhood looking for things to do.
I was hanging with my homies bending corners in the hood.
Por ShannonB 25 de agosto de 2006
sep 9
A substitute for the word "use" to be employed when you want to make something sound more important or difficult than it really is.
Person says: "We utilize an alphabetical schematic to organize our records."
Translate: "We file documents alphabetically."
Por creaternity 21 de marzo de 2006
sep 8
A method of lighting fire using tissue, a paperclip or staple, a plastic comb, and an electrical outlet. Commonly used in prisons where smoking cigarettes is prohibited.
Thirty days in the hole. You pop a socket again and you're gonna catch an arson charge.
Por Dark Lord 04 de mayo de 2006
sep 7
The quality of stating concepts one wishes or believes to be true, rather than the facts.

Origin: Stephen Colbert, "The Colbert Report," 2005

"And that brings us to tonight's word: truthiness.

"Now I'm sure some of the Word Police, the wordanistas over at Webster's, are gonna say, 'Hey, that's not a word.' Well, anybody who knows me knows that I'm no fan of dictionaries or reference books. They're elitist. Constantly telling us what is or isn't true, or what did or didn't happen. Who's Britannica to tell me the Panama Canal was finished in 1914? If I wanna say it happened in 1941, that's my right. I don't trust books. They're all fact, no heart."
That Fox News report didn't have all of the facts, but it had a certain truthiness to it.
Por Tony Johns 09 de enero de 2006

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