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9 definitions by Andrew Schwartz

 
1.
When hooking up with a really drunk girl and she passes out before you cum, turn her over and blow your load all over her ass crack. When it drys, it will seal her butt cheeks together and she will have to pry them open the next day - hence, sealing the envelope.
Man this girl was so drunk last night, I just had to seal her envelope.
Por Andrew Schwartz 01 de octubre de 2003
 
2.
A Penis.

From the German word Schlange, which literally means snake. Schlange can also refer to a queue or a line. Germans will generally refer to the penis as a schwanz, literally tail.
I don't wanna hear about your schlong.
Por Andrew Schwartz 03 de junio de 2005
 
3.
A German word referring to a student's assignment to prepare a report and give a lecture. Often used in English among exchange students in lack of a better word.
How did your referat go?

I didn't get to give my referat, because we didn't have time for me to give it. The professor just totally forgot about my referat, so I'll have to do it next week. And I stayed up all night working on my referat!
Por Andrew Schwartz 10 de julio de 2005
 
4.
Any replacement or substitution of rail service with bus transit, whether permanent or temporary. Often used to reflect an inferior quality of service.
Due to track construction on the Red Line at the Charles/MGH stop, there will be bustitution this weekend between Kendall and Park Street,
Por Andrew Schwartz 31 de octubre de 2006
 
5.
Bachelor of arts, fine arts. Unlike a BFA fine arts degree, a BAFA curriculum includes liberal arts general education requirements.

BAFA degrees, curriculums, students and alumni can also be simply called BAFAs.
BAFAs have to take science, literature, and foreign language courses.

BAFAs often have crappy senior shows.

Don't be a BAFA student, you fucken moron.
Por Andrew Schwartz 16 de noviembre de 2004
 
6.
1. Clemency, indulgency, leniency (German)

2. Spoken humorously among exchange students when it's too late to say Vorsicht (Caution, look out)
My friend was almost halfway through crossing the intersection when the taxi was approaching, so I said "Nachsicht!"
Por Andrew Schwartz 08 de mayo de 2005
 
7.
Termination of an product or feature, especially if it's uneconomical or should be obsolete by the time. The origin is from Steve Jobs's return to Apple as interim CEO (and later permanent iCEO).
Floppy drives, SCSI, and legacy serial ports were all steved with the release of the original iMac. Apple-branded printers, Newton PDA's, and Easter Eggs within the Mac OS were also steved.
Por Andrew Schwartz 28 de julio de 2004