mar 28
A person that spends a keen amount of attention and energy on knowing the ingredients of food, the proper preparation of food, and finds great enjoyment in top-notch ingredients and exemplary preparation.
A foodie is not necessarily a food snob, only enjoying delicacies and/or food items difficult to obtain and/or expensive foods; though, that is a variety of foodie.
Because he was a foodie, he liked to collect menus from restaurants which prepared food he enjoyed.
Por genericpseudonym 25 de febrero de 2005
mar 27
a style of writing that uses only lower-case letters.
e.e. cummings wrote many of his poems in the shiftless style, using no upper-case letters at all.
Por samuel ross 27 de julio de 2005
mar 26
n. Muffling out an interlocutor by slowly - yet unexpectedly - turning away their cranium with the palm of your hand. Can be construed as either playful or patently insolent by the receiving end.
Randy: You're boring me.
::turns her face::
Dina: What just happened?
Randy: It's called face-turning, toots. Deal with it.
Por brown eyed girl 09 de marzo de 2006
mar 25
1.verb: to show someone (or thing) that they are wrong or that they do poorly in reference to a specific field through punishment or humiliation
"you think you're good at video games? give me that controller and i'll learn you a lesson!"

"the steelers learned the seahawks a lesson."

Por bryon lasagna 11 de marzo de 2006
mar 24
A saying used to ignore and disregard a comment or an insult when you can't think of a way to counter it. When this phrase is used, it is customary to raise your hand, palm facing out, and place it almost touching your adversary's face. This can make even the most civil person raging mad. Another variation is "talk to the hand 'cause the face don't give a damn'." I really did not know that people still said this.
Misty: Kylee, you a nasty, ugly, stupid-
Kylee: Talk to the hand. (Raises hand to Misty's face.)
Por Mia 01 de septiembre de 2003
mar 23
The term used by marketing people to describe potential buyers of old-age.
They gray market buy a lot of viagra.
Por BoJay 27 de agosto de 2005
mar 22
The degree of familiarity with another person, which, if you chance to encounter them on the street, will determine if you merely greet them in passing or stop to talk.
We saw each other on the sidewalk and said 'hello' to each other. But she was just a friend of a friend I'd only met once or twice before, and there wasn't enough chat gravity to merit stopping and chatting.
Por cukorbeastie 07 de marzo de 2006

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