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A meal that requires nothing more than pushing numbers on the microwave. Often times a frozen dinner or leftovers.
Mark's parents were out of town, so he had to cook by numbers.
Por Erik Belsaas 01 de marzo de 2006
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An imaginary liquid used in automobiles (to make the blinkers work). This term is used as a sarcastic remark toward someone who knows ablsolutely nothing about cars.
Bob: "My car's broken again. I don't know what's wrong."
Jon: "Did you check the blinker fluid?"
Por Peaches Witherspoon 22 de agosto de 2005
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a form of pants like clothing in which the waist band is made of elastic for easy expansion of the abdomen.
hey ross lets put our buffet pants on and go the the chinese restaurant.
Por jay duncan 22 de agosto de 2005
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Short for "Baby's Daddy". The father of your child, whom you did not marry, and with whom you are not currently involved.
That man isn't my boyfriend, he's my baby daddy.
Por snarkette 23 de abril de 2003
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When one gets a text message when their phone is on vibrate. The phone vibrates and creates a massaging feeling in ones thigh, creating pleasure to the recipient.
Job interviever: what do you think you can offer to the company?
Ryan: uhhh.... ahhhhhhhhhhhhh
Narrarator: Ryan cannot control his emotions during his interview due to his receiving of a "text massage".
Por Ryan J G 25 de febrero de 2006
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To chill or stand at a spot (like a club or a street corner etc). To claim a spot. The term came from drug dealers on street corners, like light posts and street posts, and there you have it POST UP!
Yo lets post up right there where all the honeys with the big booties are.
Por dada-ecko 10 de febrero de 2005
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A system of government characterized by rampant corruption and misallocation of public funds.
That country is a kleptocracy in which nothing is accomplished without greasing the palms of government officials.
Por Joseph T. Rodolico 18 de mayo de 2005