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Similar to daydreaming, zoning out usually involves obscure subject matter such as how toothpicks are made or what will happen when squirrels take over the world. Common among, but not imited to, those with ADD or ADHD.
Chester was so zoned out that he didn't even notice Jim slapping him in the back of the head.

"I'm sorry, what? I was zoned out.."
Por MandyM 16 de noviembre de 2005
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Where one pulls out their collar so that it faces upwards instead of folded inward; a sign that they are a str8 up pimp
"I'll pop you punk niggaz like I pop my collar" --- 50 Cent, Poppin' Them Thangs
Por Skario 30 de abril de 2004
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A very large number or amount of. A close synonym of grip of.
"Later on that day, Dr. Dre came through with a gang of Tanqueray and a fat-ass J that made me choke...sheeeit this ain't no joke." -Snoop Doggy Dogg, "Gin and Juice"

A gang of gangs ganged up on my gang in that gang war. Damn did we get our shit handed to us.
Por Nick D 03 de noviembre de 2005
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All engineers, especially ones that hang out and look at computer dating services all day. A person who uses scientific knowledge to solve practical problems.
Why are you such an enginerd?
Por K 30 de noviembre de 2003
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Using a blog to broadcast something slanderous, disrespectful, scandalous or embarrassing about someone.
The President was blogsmacked around the internet today, with left-wing bloggers having a field day with his latest antics in the Oval Office.

She got fired when she was blogsmacked by a disgruntled former employee who decided to write about her prior convictions on his blog.
Por Trish Smith 10 de noviembre de 2005
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Military slang for Ensign or Second Lieutenant, who wear a Golden Bar as their rank insignia.
Who's the new butter bar in charge?
Por FinalEnemy 06 de noviembre de 2005
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A common phrase in response to anything that needs doing or has been done. Often used even when the task is not "too easy". It becomes contagious.
"How you going on that report Michael?"

"Too easy"..."All over it"

Can be used in conjunction with "All over it" for extra effect or "All over it like a rash" for even more impact
Por Bennnno 04 de noviembre de 2005