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[Comedy] Published:7/5/2022 3:24:48 AM
[Comedy] AmeriKKKa [Cynical] corruption of "America" (as in [United States of America]) especially as relevant to the worst [deeds] and attitudes of its government; used by citizens of the country and others alike.
Published:7/4/2022 1:45:54 PM
[Comedy] LGBTQ A [delicious sandwich] containing Lettuce, [guacamole], bacon,tomato, and [quantum physics].
Published:7/3/2022 12:14:34 PM
[Comedy] morning constitutional While most might think of a [early morning] walk when hearing this term, the term morning constitutional can also be used to [define] what happens when someone has to take a early morning [bowel movement].
Published:7/2/2022 6:45:50 AM
[Comedy] A New Yorker cartoonist chronicles the rise of a socialist state senator Artist Sofia Warren shadowed New York legislator Julia Salazar to write the graphic memoir "Radical: My Year With a Socialist Senator." Published:7/2/2022 5:29:11 AM
[Comedy] My brother in Christ what you [call] someone before you call them out on their [problems]/[hypocrisy]
Published:7/1/2022 10:00:03 AM
[Comedy] with a grain of pepper [Taking] [shit] [seriously].
Published:6/30/2022 1:26:49 PM
[Comedy] Womb sniffer A fragile, [power hungry] male who thinks he has [a say] over [women’s rights].
Published:6/29/2022 9:38:10 AM
[Comedy] barefoot and pregnant adj. phrase to describe certain married females who wanted to work outside of the home but [forbidden] by their [protective] husbands. Usage common in [the U].S. to about 1960.
Published:6/28/2022 6:45:23 AM
[Comedy] keep ya head up "[Keep Ya Head Up]" is a song by Tupac Shakur. It addresses issues concerning lack of respect toward the female gender, especially poor black women. It has a very positive message, and is often used as an example of [Shakur's] softer side. Many consider it to be one of the deepest rap songs ever made and is often referenced by other artists in their work, building Shakur's persona as a very conscious and influential rapper, being 2Pac's second greatest song, after [Dear Mama], voted #11 in the 100 Greatest Rap Songs, with "Dear Mama" voted #4.
Published:6/27/2022 9:40:56 AM
[Comedy] gumption trap Noun. A human-created situation that drains away [initiative] or original effort. From [gumption] (spunk; resourcefulness; [sensible] initiative) + trap (a trick or contrivance for catching and holding people or animals).
Published:6/26/2022 9:06:53 AM
[Comedy] Christofascist Christian religious extremist. Often a person who believes in forcing a right-wing Christian agenda on the rest of the world. Also known as a 'fundamentalist' or more recently 'evangelical'. Since many Christofascists [bristle] at the term 'fundamentalist' there has been a movement to get the media to refer to them as 'evangelicals.' However the term 'evangelical' is a misleading one as many Christian [sects] are [evangelical] in nature and not all evangelical Christians have such extremem views or political agendas. Christofascist is a more descriptive term for these right-wing extremists.
Published:6/25/2022 7:31:38 AM
[Comedy] jokerfied v. past tense of jokerfy, the quality or condition of being [disillusioned] with society and those who actively engage in it without [questioning] established [norms]
Published:6/24/2022 7:45:27 AM
[Comedy] Here is everything Darth Vader said in ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Darth Vader is a man of few words but many orders during his return in "Obi-Wan Kenobi." Published:6/23/2022 2:05:57 PM
[Comedy] bronding [team bonding], [bro bonding]
Published:6/23/2022 6:27:59 AM
[Comedy] Depressi spaghetti When your depressi so you get [upsetti] and [need] some [spaghetti]
Published:6/22/2022 7:51:17 AM
[Comedy] Star Wars just made huge progress in its treatment of Black characters Moses Ingram's Reva has brought a new element to the Star Wars mythos of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader. Published:6/22/2022 7:51:17 AM
[Comedy] Ope It's a [Midwest] thing. When someone cuts in front of you rudely, when you are surprised, when you [bump into] someone, or when something is offensively funny, you use the word [ope].
Published:6/21/2022 2:50:41 AM
[Comedy] In the Basement A person who is secretly [a nerd], and is [afraid] [to tell] anyone.
Published:6/19/2022 9:49:56 PM
[Comedy] basically This is the word you use when you want to explain something but don't actually have any [depth] of knowledge. Just say 'basically' a whole bunch and everyone will still think you're super smart and thank you for [shielding] them from potentially complex [concepts].
Published:6/18/2022 4:50:15 PM
[Comedy] park and bark referring to performers who [plant] themselves in one [spot] and sing instead of moving around [on stage].
Published:6/17/2022 11:51:20 AM
[Comedy] ‘Lightyear’ same-sex couple is part of an evolution at Pixar "Lightyear" restored a same-sex kiss after Disney's Florida controversy. Published:6/17/2022 11:51:20 AM
[Comedy] iPad kid A child who is so intensely focused on the iPad their parents gave them (usually in a [bulky] case, and [littered] with fingerprints) that they lose all awareness of their surroundings, often randomly contorting their bodies and throwing themselves in awkward ways [over furniture], bumping into things, and randomly vocalizing.
Published:6/16/2022 6:50:00 AM
[Comedy] heightist Someone who believes that people are superior to or [inferior] to others on account of their respective [heights], or that people of differing heights have different [moral] qualities and intellectual capabilities.
Published:6/14/2022 6:53:04 AM
[Comedy] Wheyfu Combination of "[whey]" and "waifu". [Whey] is a milk-based protein used by fitness people for building muscle. Waifu is a term coined by otakus for their fictional anime/manga wives. A [wheyfu] is a girl, real or not, who hits the gym for strength and you find attractive.
Published:6/13/2022 1:52:55 AM
[Comedy] Meat and Greet When two parties knowingly meet each other for [the first time] (most likely over the internet), knowing that the [key] reason is to have [intercourse].
Published:6/11/2022 8:53:24 PM
[Comedy] requel when a [remake] contains a lot of new material; A remake that also [doubles] as a [sequel].
Published:6/9/2022 10:53:55 AM
[Comedy] Contextomy The art of removing words from a sentence (or a sentence from a paragraph) to change its context completely. Used commonly in movie posters when a [film critic] in their review has said something uncomplimentary. Also known as "false [attribution]" and is related closely to "[quotation] mining".
Published:6/8/2022 5:53:39 AM
[Comedy] Iman Vellani was a Ms. Marvel fan as a teen. Now she’s playing her on TV. Iman Vellani was reading Ms. Marvel comics in high school, before she got the call to star in her Disney Plus series. Published:6/8/2022 5:53:39 AM
[Comedy] squick 1. Noun. The physical sense of [repulsion] upon encountering [a concept] or situation one finds disgusting. 2. Noun. A situation or concept which engenders this reaction. 3. Verb, transitive. To cause someone to have this reaction. 4. Verb, intransitive. To experience this reaction. The concept of the "squick" differs from the concept of "disgust" in that "squick" refers purely to the physical sensation of repulsion, and does not imply a moral component. Stating that something is "disgusting" implies a judgement that it is bad or wrong. Stating that something "squicks you" is merely an observation of your reaction to it, but does not imply a judgement that such a thing is [universally] wrong. The statement "[kiddie porn] squicks me" and "kiddie porn disgusts me" may both be true. In my case, the second sentence is true, and I assume that the first is also true, but, having never encountered it, I have no way of knowing for sure. In general, distinguishing between "squick" and "disgust" is an important part of living in a [tolerant] society. It is my [contention] that most [anti-gay] attitudes, for instance, are the result of people finding that gay sex squicks them -- and, because they don't know about the concept of the "squick", they assume that gay sex DISGUSTS them, which implies that there is something morally objectionable about it.
Published:6/7/2022 12:53:49 AM
[Comedy] hopefilet When a man attempts to prepare a meal for a woman with the [main course] consisting of any type of [fileted] meat or fish in hopes of [wooing] his dinner guest.
Published:6/5/2022 7:56:16 PM
[Comedy] Morb This is a verb for when [Morbius] gets angry and attacks you. Nobody really knows what he does when he [Morbs] but you don't want it to happen to you. He can [morb] all over you and it can be very life threatening and must seek medical attention IMMEDIETLY
Published:6/4/2022 2:54:09 PM
[Comedy] a friend of Dorothy Homosexual; a gay or queer man. Gay historians say that the term came into popular use in the 1950's as gays and lesbians developed a special connection with [Judy Garland], whose ballads of hope and despair and whose relentless spirit, and tragic history, [mirrored] their struggles in everyday life. She wasn't the first diva or drama queen, but certainly the one who resonated the most to a generation of gays and lesbians. [Garland's] most famous role -- as the ever-optimistic and [wistful] Dorothy in the 1939 classic "[The Wizard of Oz]" -- gave gays and lesbians a "secret" code word which they could use to refer to themselves. At cocktail parties or company gatherings where one could not be comfortably "out and proud," gays would inquire discreetly of each other, "Are you a 'Friend of Dorothy?'" The wink-wink admission of "I am, too!" would likely lead to fabulous and fast bonding in an age when gay bars were clandestine, and in some cases dangerous. Today, the term is used mostly by Baby Boomers and an older generation of gays and lesbians; the gay members of MTV kids and Generations X and Y would probably not recognize the meaning of "[FOD]" unless they learned it from some older friends!
Published:6/3/2022 9:54:59 AM
[Comedy] Popeye is getting a makeover at age 93 Texas cartoonist Randy Milholland wants to put his inventive mark on the comic while respecting why Popeye endures as both a character and an idea. Published:6/3/2022 9:54:59 AM
[Comedy] whole nother [Whole nother] may have [evolved] from another but experts are [baffled] so its true meaning remains unknown.
Published:6/2/2022 4:53:33 AM
[Comedy] Protip To offer advice or suggestion to resolve a problem. Often used in context of emphasizing common sense, a very strong opinion, or to belittle/mock a person's point of view. Likely taken from [GamePro] magazine, which used the term as early as 1989 in conjunction with screengrabs of video to capture [reader's] attention to offer advice on completing video games and tying the term into the [publication's] title.
Published:5/31/2022 11:56:19 PM
[Comedy] Ted Cruise When you're desperately needed because of an unfolding [catastrophe], but you [skip] out to go somewhere less [stressful].
Published:5/30/2022 6:53:08 PM
[Comedy] Headass A derogatory term for a person whose constant social [faux pas], obnoxious mannerisms, [unrealistic expectations] and general ineptitude render them [bothersome] to an inordinate degree.
Published:5/29/2022 1:57:09 PM
[Comedy] afk [Away From Keyboard].
Published:5/28/2022 8:53:18 AM
[Comedy] New Yorker cover channels powerful emotions after Uvalde shooting Eric Drooker chose visceral symbolism for his New Yorker cover following the school shooting in Uvalde, Tex. Published:5/28/2022 8:53:18 AM
[Comedy] Marvel zombie [Comic book] fan slang to describe someone who is overtly loyal to the [Marvel Comics] company to the point where they won't read [anything else].
Published:5/27/2022 3:53:45 AM
[Comedy] How Kristen Schaal became the queen of quirky voice acting "Bob's Burgers Movie" voice actor Kristen Schaal says she's drawn to projects that are weird. Published:5/27/2022 3:53:44 AM
[Comedy] TAKE A BREAK [That's all] there is [for now].
Published:5/25/2022 10:54:15 PM
[Comedy] Out of pocket to [say something] [too far] or someone that acts so goofy that [no definition] can express
Published:5/24/2022 5:57:00 PM
[Comedy] woo-woo (see also woowoo) adj. descriptive of an event or person espousing New Age theories such as energy work, [crystal magic], [Reiki], bizarrely restrictive diets, or supernatural/paranormal/psychic occurrences; often has studied in an authentic religious tradition such as Hinduism or Zen Buddhism, but now practices an Eastern-influenced yet severely watered-down and Westernized pseudo-mysticism; can also be a synonym for sketchy, probably because Santa Fe, NM and [Sedona], AZ, self-proclaimed woo-woo capitals of the world, also have a large and skeptical rock climbing population
Published:5/23/2022 12:54:46 PM
[Comedy] rigga morris A term that is a synonym for the word "[Rigged]" coined by [Alyssa Edwards] during [RPDR] AS2.
Published:5/22/2022 7:55:34 AM
[Comedy] Elongate A [scandal] involving [Elon Musk]
Published:5/21/2022 2:55:50 AM
[Comedy] On my way When a "friend" refers to a period in time where they are THINKING about leaving but could actually [arrive] in [anywhere] from 1 to 6 hours (usually later than [sooner]).
Published:5/19/2022 9:53:33 PM
[Comedy] fictosexual Fictosexuality is the [sexual attraction] towards [fictional] characters.
Published:5/18/2022 4:55:43 PM
[Comedy] sameshitting repackaging [the same] [shit] and [selling] it off as something new
Published:5/17/2022 11:53:25 AM
[Comedy] soft yes A casual [affirmative] response that someone can use if they [do not want] to be [wholly] committed or if the answer is subject to change.
Published:5/16/2022 6:54:59 AM
[Comedy] ick Something someone does that is an [instant] turn-off for you, making you [instantly] hate the [idea] of being with them romantically.
Published:5/15/2022 1:53:20 AM
[Comedy] slowmaxxing slowmaxxing is the pinnacle of a slow [paced] life. It is a term popularized on Twitter by @robyns_quill. Its derivatives are snailmaxxing or the "Kyle Anderson" Method. [Take your time] with the little mundane things and see how much more you will appreciate life and [God's creation]. Less anxiety, more gratitude.
Published:5/13/2022 8:55:28 PM
[Comedy] ngmi [Never gonna] [make it]
Published:5/12/2022 3:53:56 PM
[Comedy] YSL [abbreviation] for "young [stoner] life". commonly used by [young thug]
Published:5/11/2022 10:53:28 AM
[Comedy] He was fired for reading a ‘Butt’ book. Will his life return to normal? Mississippi assistant principal Toby Price’s dismissal over a book called “I Need a New Butt!” was just upheld, the latest in a controversy that has made him part of the national conversation over children’s literature. Published:5/11/2022 10:53:28 AM
[Comedy] niteflix Dreams so complex in [plot] and rich in [production value] that they seem like [feature] length films.
Published:5/10/2022 5:54:23 AM
[Comedy] George Pérez was the master of the big comic-book moment George Pérez, who died Friday, leaves behind an immortal catalog of comic-book brilliance. Published:5/10/2022 5:54:23 AM
[Comedy] shatpost [past tense] of [shitpost]
Published:5/9/2022 12:54:44 AM
[Comedy] ‘Doctor Strange’ sequel’s post-credits scenes, explained “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” has two post-credits scenes, one of which hints at the next big war in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Published:5/9/2022 12:54:44 AM
[Comedy] multislacking Doing [multiple] slacker-esque [things] concurrently.
Published:5/7/2022 7:57:10 PM
[Comedy] Wanda Maximoff is back. LGBTQ fans have been waiting. Elizabeth Olsen's Wanda Maximoff, of “WandaVision” and “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” has attracted many LGBTQ fans. Published:5/7/2022 7:57:10 PM
[Comedy] Nicecore Nicecore is a form of entertainment [showcasing] from the protagonist interacting with other characters in a story with [altruistic] actions and a optimistic view on others and the world around them. While they may already have or, end up doing so for others throughout the story, the protagonist inspires them to do the same: just be nice. Being nice no matter what. Because we never know what someone else is going through. And if you can be that shining light for them - even in a brief moment; of holding the door for others, letting someone go ahead of you in a check out line who has fewer items than you, saying 'Thank you're with a smile, or even just a smile - those seemingly "insignificant" moments can change someone's day. They can change the world. Even if someone doesn't reciprocate, don't let it [change you]. Move forward and continue on your mission to be the one to change someone's else day when the moment arises. [Altruism] isn’t a passive force. [Mister Rogers] used to say, “Love isn’t a state of perfect caring, it is an active noun like ‘struggle.’ To love someone is to drive to accept that person exactly the way he or she is, right here and right now.”
Published:5/6/2022 2:54:13 PM
[Comedy] Benedict Cumberbatch on Doctor Strange sequel: ‘It’s not all about him’ Benedict Cumberbatch returns for “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness," one of the most anticipated sequels in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Published:5/6/2022 2:54:12 PM
[Comedy] body horror A genre – for film, books, comics, etc. – in which the [main feature] is the graphically depicted destruction or [degeneration] of a human body or bodies. This usually involves one or more of the following; aliens, bloating, blood, bones, fungi, humiliation, involuntary transformation, parasites, puss, screaming, sex, torture and xenogenesis . It is [not for the faint of heart] of weak of stomach.
Published:5/5/2022 9:56:17 AM
[Comedy] Twenty years later, ‘Spider-Man’ is still my superhero origin story The Tobey Maguire “Spider-Man,” which premiered twenty years ago, was one of the most influential superhero movies ever, and marked a monumental shift in my approach to life. Published:5/5/2022 9:56:17 AM
[Comedy] America [This text has been found in violation of H.R. 3261, S.O.P.A. and has been removed]
Published:5/4/2022 4:54:01 AM
[Comedy] DOOM box Box of various stuff, often gathered over time. Doom boxes originate from cleaning [sprees] [under time] pressure. Usually it is the intention of a [doom box] creator to postpone organizing the stuff in a doom box. Many people interpret doom boxes by the well know and often used acronym "Didn't Organize, Only Moved". sometimes also called "doom bags".
Published:5/2/2022 11:54:00 PM
[Comedy] me hoy minoy A phrase used towards an individual's significant other during [sexy times] to pleasure and/or excite them. It is most known to work on those who are attracted to [Doodlebob], marine biologists, people who really fucking like sponges, people with gibberish kinks, and/or those who enjoy [the Shrek] movies.
Published:5/1/2022 6:54:01 PM
[Comedy] Notes app apology An apology that a person (mostly influencers and celebrities) type out on the notes app (more particularly the notes app on an iPhone). They are usually a quick apology so the writer can do [damage control] if that celebrity or influencer gets canceled or called out for something that is usually controversial. It’s hard to tell if a [notes app apology] is sincere since they can constructed by ones management, [publicist] or team. They are commonly uploaded to social media sites such as Twitter and Instagram.
Published:4/30/2022 1:57:33 PM
[Comedy] wordlefucker The person who tells you [the answer] to [Wordle] before you have a chance to solve the [puzzle] yourself.
Published:4/29/2022 8:54:10 AM
[Comedy] mid Used to insult or [degrade] an [opposing] opinion, [labeling] it as average or poor quality.
Published:4/28/2022 1:50:10 PM
[Comedy] oomf [Oomf] stands for "one of [my followers]" on [twitter].
Published:4/27/2022 8:50:06 AM
[Comedy] Bad Bunny will star in ‘El Muerto’ and enter the Spider-Verse Bad Bunny, one of the biggest stars on the planet, is about to become El Muerto, a Marvel hero you may not have heard of. Published:4/26/2022 4:25:47 PM
[Comedy] Easter Bussy 1. An unfortunate pun made by the [Anchorage] [People Mover], a local transit authority for the largest city in Alaska, on [Easter weekend] 2022 to promote use of their bus service. In a post made to facebook, Anchorage People Mover suggested the Easter Bussy (a bus adorned with bunny ears pictured in the post) be a new mascot for the spring holiday. 2. A bussy, or boy pussy, enjoyed during Easter. One does not simply tap the Easter Bussy on Easter, but does so because it is Easter. An Easter Bussy is a festive bussy. 3. A portmanteau of Easter Bunny and pussy; the orifice with which one has sex with the Easter Bunny.
Published:4/24/2022 6:26:18 AM
[Comedy] grindset noun: The state of mind one puts oneself in, in order to outperform [fears], [insecurities], [doubts], and anxieties, to achieve the seemingly impossible and step into their greatness.
Published:4/23/2022 1:25:20 AM
[Comedy] geek rich When a person has a small, minimally [furnished] apartment, and low quality car, because they spend all of their money on all of the newest high-end electronics. These can include [T.V.'s], sound systems, computers, cell phones, etc. Similar to the concept of being [hood rich].
Published:4/21/2022 8:26:57 PM
[Comedy] zipless fuck A usually spontaneous [sexual encounter] between strangers with little or no personal information exchanged. The highest [plateau] of [casual sex].
Published:4/20/2022 3:25:36 PM
[Comedy] Poison Pill In business a tactic used by a company threatened with an unwelcome [takeover] bid to make itself unattractive to the [bidder]. A similar method is used in a social setting when one person attempts to deflect or show a lack of interest expressed by another by making his or herself appear socially unattractive or [unobtainable].
Published:4/19/2022 10:25:51 AM
[Comedy] ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ trailer shows Natalie Portman wielding the hammer As shown in the "Thor: Love and Thunder" trailer, the title of Thor is shifting to Natalie Portman's Jane Foster. Published:4/19/2022 10:25:51 AM
[Comedy] Dream Blunt Rotation A [caption] that is used with groups of celebrities or other famous [icons] that the author would like to [smoke weed] with.
Published:4/18/2022 5:25:35 AM
[Comedy] hallyuwood Informal term to describe Asian films in, but not limited to, [South Korea]. [Hallyuwood] originally came from South Korea as it incorporated the words [hallyu] (which means Korean wave) and -wood which is inspired from Hollywood. Hallyuwood is now used to informally describe films from Asia.
Published:4/17/2022 12:26:10 AM
[Comedy] Blursed [Simultaneously] [blessed] and [cursed] by a situation, object, person, etc.
Published:4/15/2022 7:25:41 PM
[Comedy] Fighting Demons An expression used to signify a person fighting against an inner battle. Often due to [traumatic] experiences or depression. And It can also mean they have a desire to do drugs, be violent, etc. These issues can really fuck your mindset and drive you away from [being happy]. This term isn’t really directed to actual [demons] anymore.
Published:4/14/2022 2:27:49 PM
[Comedy] Stresslaxing (v.) Being so [stressed] that [relaxing] makes you more stressed because you're not [working on] what's making you stressed.
Published:4/13/2022 6:29:38 AM
[Comedy] @tony_ferraro7 the existence of post nut clarity and pre nut confusion implies that there is mid nut learning Published:4/13/2022 6:29:38 AM
[Comedy] Metamour Literally, [meta] = with; about + [amor] = love. The partner of one's partner, with whom one does not share a [direct] sexual or loving relationship
Published:4/12/2022 6:52:09 AM
[Comedy] laughter when [a smile] has an [orgasm].
Published:4/11/2022 7:11:49 AM
[Comedy] Night water The water you drink when you wake up in the middle of the night that tastes like it came from a [mountain] [spring] blessed [by God] himself.
Published:4/10/2022 6:31:53 AM
[Comedy] darty a [drunken] party while [the sun] [is out]; a day-time party
Published:4/9/2022 6:54:37 AM
[Comedy] revertigo When you see people from your past, you start acting like you did when you used to spend time with them. (i.e. you start acting like a 14-year-old when you unexpectedly run into your [freshman year] boyfriend at the grocery store) As made popular by the character of Marshall [Erikson] on an April 2008 episode of CBS sitcom "[How I Met Your Mother]".
Published:4/8/2022 6:43:28 AM
[Comedy] Disney Adult A millennial adult, with or without kids, that can't stop talking about Disney, including the movies and the parks. Even if they do have kids, they're still way more obsessed with it that their kids ever would be. They probably engage in casual "[Disneybounding]" and visit the theme parks at least once a year. They are obsessed with everything Disney and probably have a [Mickey Mouse] [bumper sticker] and/or tattoo. One of the most terrifyingly intense people you'll ever encounter.
Published:4/7/2022 5:04:40 AM
[Comedy] Frisbeetarianism The philosophy that when you die, [your soul] goes up on a [roof] and gets stuck. ([George Carlin])
Published:4/6/2022 8:56:12 AM
[Comedy] you fuck one goat This expression dates as far back as [man has been] stuffing his junk into farm animals. [You fuck one goat]. Meaning there are some things we do that we must carry with us, no matter the good deeds you do or the people who love you, this can all be overshadowed by one horrific [deed].
Published:4/5/2022 1:42:32 PM
[Comedy] homophobinoir An act of [homophobia] directly aimed towards Black people who identify as gay, lesbian and bisexual. Made popular by comedian [Jaboukie] Young-White. See also [Misogynoir]
Published:4/4/2022 6:36:25 AM
[Comedy] o7 An [emoticon] meant to [resemble] the act of saluting another person. May also be used as [07].
Published:4/3/2022 6:29:26 AM
[Comedy] ‘Morbius’ post-credits scenes, explained: Super-villain makes a cameo The "Morbius" post-credits scenes raise the question: If a sequel to the Jared Leto film happens, will it be a super-villain team-up? Published:4/3/2022 5:26:26 AM
[Comedy] culture vulture A person or an organization making profit using unhonorable practices from a culture they do not care for. Example in Music: Major [record labels] signing the latest viral rapper, exploiting them for the max returns even if their music sucks. Example in TV Shows/Movies: Creating and popularizing a gay character in the pursuit of the LGBT [community's] cash. Example in Video Games: Selling DLC for the same price of a full game, selling micro-transactions items that should be in a game for free to start with and selling [Pay To Win] items that will give players a huge advantage over other gamers in a competitive environment.
Published:4/2/2022 5:18:04 AM
[Comedy] Nope. a [flat-out] refusal; the complete and [ultimate rejection] of [reality] and all things associated with said reality.
Published:4/1/2022 5:38:55 AM
[Comedy] ear hustler One who listens in on others without [getting caught]. A true ear hustler does not let everyone [know that] he has heard what he heard, and retains the information for [future references].
Published:3/31/2022 6:30:40 AM
[Comedy] Celebrity Free Pass A [celebrity free pass] is an agreement between you and your significant other that if you meet said celebrity and there is an opportunity to sleep with them, your partner cannot [get mad] at you for doing so because you had agreed before hand that this person was your celebrity free pass. It is [ideal] if both of you in the relationship choose a celebrity free pass so that the playing field is even.
Published:3/30/2022 6:22:02 AM
[Comedy] Who is Moon Knight? What to know about Marvel’s Oscar Isaac series. Moon Knight, the new vigilante played by Oscar Isaac for Disney Plus, may be the darkest hero yet from Marvel Studios. Published:3/30/2022 5:23:41 AM
[Comedy] I kid you not this incredible anecdote is indeed bona fide; I [vouch] for the [veracity] of this statement A common utterance [among guys] who wear wifebeaters (GWWW) synonym: I swear to God.
Published:3/29/2022 5:12:46 AM
[Comedy] Oscar Isaac finally rises to the Marvel A-list with ‘Moon Knight’ Oscar Isaac stars in “Moon Knight,” a six-episode weekly series on Disney Plus that brings one of Marvel Comics’ most complex superheroes to the screen. Published:3/29/2022 5:12:46 AM
[Comedy] wife guy A man who takes any [opportunity] to mention his [wife] in an admiring [manner].
Published:3/28/2022 5:35:18 AM
[Comedy] Chapulling Chapulling is a newly-coined word derived from the 2013 protests in Turkey after the Prime Minister [Erdogan's] speech. As you probably already know, PM [Erdogan] has called pro-democratic peaceful protesters a bunch of "çapulcu" (normally means "[looter]", "[marauder]"). Protesters have quickly re-contextualised the deragotary term and invented the verb "to Çapul" : To resist force, demand justice, seek one's rights. The verb transformed to English as "to chapul" due to phonetics. Chapul (verb): (/'t?[apu](?)?l/ regular, -ed): To resist force, demand justice, seek one's rights. Chapuller (noun): (/'t?apu(?)?l?/): A person who resists force, demands justice and seeks his/her rights.
Published:3/27/2022 12:27:05 PM
[Comedy] ‘FAR: Changing Tides’ review: A gorgeous, compact maritime adventure “FAR: Changing Tides” ably evokes the blissful passion of travel. It is the perfect antidote to overly-stuffed, bloated video games. Published:3/25/2022 9:39:27 AM
[Comedy] Freelance Mascot A [fun] [way to say] [furry]!
Published:3/21/2022 7:14:04 AM
[Comedy] boatlick To gain a large sum of money. This phrase is used by the guy from the, "Is this impostor from among us!?" meme. To [hit a lick] is to gain a large sum of money so hitting a boatlick is to hit a sizable [lick that] is larger than average. For example, [the impostor] on the phone in said video had said up a hit for a boatlick of approximately $100mil.
Published:3/20/2022 7:40:51 PM
[Comedy] Zhuzh A word [Claire] totally made up. She likes to make up words. She claims that is means to [ruffle] a shirt or outfit, but that makes no sense and doesn't need its own word. She's a mess and needs to use real words like [a normal person].
Published:3/19/2022 7:09:42 AM
[Comedy] Discourse Discourse is when there’s a [meltdown], a bad take being rted, a good take being debated for no [goddamned] reason, a new trend or [template] that has caught everyone
Published:3/18/2022 6:33:02 AM
[Comedy] Friday Eve An [optimistic] way to name the day normally called [Thursday]. Also signifies the official beginning of the weekend. Important concept for the average [worker].
Published:3/17/2022 6:57:25 AM
[Comedy] Big Dick Energy The loud and boisterous energy emitted by someone who has a colossal phallus and doesn't have to tell anyone about it. The energy speaks for itself. [The Big Dick] tells it's own story. Everyone strives for [big dick energy]. Only few possess such a gift. People with big dick energy possess qualities such as leadership, kindness, positivity towards others, great humor, and a "[dont fuck with me]" aura. Great hair too.
Published:3/16/2022 6:48:02 AM
[Comedy] NIMBY Not In My BackYard: a person who opposes particular construction or projects in their community. Particularly prominent in New York City. Good [NIMBYism]: Jane Jacobs opposing the construction of the Lower Manhattan Expressway, which would have eviscerated the present-day neighborhoods of SoHo, Greenwich Village, and [TriBeCa]; [Jackie Kennedy] saving [Grand Central] Terminal from demolition and replacement with an office tower. Bad NIMBYism: Fighting the development of a nearby tall building because it might block your view; opposing a new subway line or water tunnel, which would benefit the city for years to come, because of construction noise in your neighborhood; opposing the expansion of the museum across the street because of minor inconveniences, even though it's the primary reason that your property is so valuable. I.E.: Being selfish Iffy: People who fight LULUs, or Locally Unwanted Land Uses: developments or institutions that are needed, but that nobody wants near them, like homeless shelters or power plants.
Published:3/15/2022 6:11:49 AM
[Comedy] elephant shoe I remember this from [kidhood]. If you mouth the words elephant shoe at someone then it looks like you're [mouthing] "i love you". [bless].
Published:3/14/2022 5:33:20 AM
[Comedy] morning deflation When you wake up and start [deflating] after a nice [long night] of building up gas throughout your [digestive system].
Published:3/13/2022 6:25:33 AM
[Comedy] Craic Irish word for fun/enjoyment that has been brought into the English language. usu. when mixed with alcohol and/or music. 'Bhi [craic] [agus] ceol againn' : We had fun and music. Fun doesn't really cut it though. General banter, [good times had by all]. Also, a person who is good fun/great company.
Published:3/12/2022 5:49:00 AM
[Comedy] whataboutism When you deflect [criticism] by pointing out flaws in your opponent, specifically using the phrase "what about x?" This is an attempt to [excuse you] from changing you behavior by painting your opponent as a [hypocrite].
Published:3/11/2022 4:43:57 AM
[Comedy] hose sniffer A person who; 1. Hangs around [firefighters] with the intent of [satisfing] personal relationship disires. 2. Hangs around firefighters, firestations, or fire scenes due to fasination with/ desire to be a [firefighter].
Published:3/10/2022 10:41:16 PM
[Comedy] No fry zone One [quarter mile] on each side of the exit from [MacDonalds] drive through. Dangerous since exiting drivers are [digging in] the bag for their fries and not paying attention to the road.
Published:3/10/2022 3:14:40 AM
[Comedy] Russian warship... Go fuck yourself -Brave unknown Ukrainian Soldier circa [February 24th], 2022 Is a declarative statement made that basically says "Come get some" in the certainty of impending doom. Made by those that wish to display style and [gravitas] in the face of death all while having balls the size of "[UY Scuti]" (the largest sun in the known universe).
Published:3/8/2022 5:12:53 AM
[Comedy] maidenless Term originated from the [2022] fromsoftware title else [ring]. Typically used to call someone [a virgin] or single.
Published:3/7/2022 4:43:47 AM
[Comedy] knurd "The opposite of being drunk, its as sober as you can ever be. It strips away all [the illusion], all the comforting pink [fog] in which people normally spend their lives, and lets them see and think clearly for the first time ever. Then, after they've screamed a bit, they make sure they never get knurd again" - Terry [Pratchett]
Published:3/6/2022 5:36:35 AM
[Comedy] wook [Half-cocked] former middle-class dude who was a stoner in high school, discovered shrooms at a camping festival in college and has since decided to live as a nearly homeless walking tarot card. Like if The Fool jumped off the cliff and landed in a [mushroom patch]. He's [emotionally stunted]; probably hates his dad for some perceived slight like say, asking him to do something with his life other than donation-based drug parties. He's sexually reckless with only a tenuous enough grasp on nonmonogamy to use it to be a slut. Into tantra but not condoms. Supported Bernie but would rather watch the government collapse so ultimately sat out the whole election, "the moon landing was faked, bruh," anti-vaxxer, some kind of vegan/orthorexic eater but his abs only look good because of all the coke he does. Instead of hosting intelligent discourse he likes to ask "highly philosophical" questions as a means of deflection, but his arguments can be knocked down with [simple logic]. He refuses to partake in society, because he sees through the bullshit, but in reality he's almost totally ignorant. He'll seduce you with talks of [sacred geometry] and if he's the calmer type, demonstrations of acro yoga. For all the talk of intimacy, spirituality, and human connection, he just grunts on top of you like any other dudebro you've made the mistake of fucking. Basically a very dirty and confused cross between the shittiest art student in the program and a standard hard-partying college dude.
Published:3/5/2022 4:28:08 AM
[Comedy] ‘Elden Ring’: A sparkling version of the old Souls formula I thought I was over the Souls formula but “Elden Ring” has me reconsidering. Published:3/4/2022 9:24:02 AM
[Comedy] ‘The Batman’ shows that it’s always best when he works alone With Robert Pattison starring in "The Batman," the Dark Knight has his swag back. Published:3/4/2022 5:24:31 AM
[Comedy] AAAAA American [Association] for the Abolition of [Acronyms] and [Abbreviations]
Published:3/4/2022 4:52:00 AM
[Comedy] putinism noun: a bold faced lie so audaciously transparent that it defies all conceivable logic. A lie [ardently] defended even when the liar knows that the person being told the lie [knows it's] a lie and that that person knows that he knows. Derived from the wildly bizarre claims and assertions of Russian Prime Minister [Vladimir Putin] in regards to nearly any situation.
Published:3/3/2022 5:14:09 AM
[Comedy] Our definitive ranking of modern movie Batmen, from Michael Keaton to Robert Pattinson Robert Pattinson makes his superhero debut in "The Batman." How does he stack up against Michael Keaton, Christian Bale, Ben Affleck and others? Published:3/3/2022 5:14:09 AM
[Comedy] hexting Leaving text messages [hoping] something bad happens to someone, like a [hex] or a [curse].
Published:3/2/2022 4:13:57 AM
[Comedy] wooder [The philadelphian's] [pronounciation] of the word [water]
Published:3/1/2022 5:34:25 AM
[Comedy] Bank’s Closed A slang from the 1920’s, meaning “sorry [babe], no kissing/[making out] now”. Often said if not appropriate [at the moment].
Published:2/28/2022 1:27:56 PM
[Comedy] The ‘Peanuts’ team is creating scholarships to support diversity in the arts Peanuts Worldwide and "JumpStart" cartoonist Robb Armstrong are looking to help the next generation. Published:2/28/2022 1:27:56 PM
[Comedy] Armchair General That one dipshit on reddit that always comments on military related threads acting like they know what they are talking about because they watched [Top Gun], played Call Of Duty 4 and [War Thunder]. Usually bashing the [F-35].
Published:2/27/2022 6:12:55 PM
[Comedy] homeopathic beer This is a [synonym] for light ([lite]) beer; [essentially] a watered-down, unsubstantial beer.
Published:2/26/2022 5:02:33 AM
[Comedy] comfort room The term used to describe a [public toilet] in [the Philippines]. It is also simply referred to as the [CR].
Published:2/25/2022 6:48:43 PM
[Comedy] SUSFU [Situation] Unchanged, [Still] F**[ked] Up
Published:2/24/2022 9:56:17 AM
[Comedy] the fuckening When your day is going too well and you don't [trust] it and [some shit] [finally] goes down
Published:2/23/2022 4:57:01 AM
[Comedy] n/a n/a stands for non [applicable]. It is [the professional]/simple way to tell someone you don't give a shit to write down your information. It can be [handy] when filling out forms.
Published:2/21/2022 11:59:45 PM
[Comedy] Goblin Mode A variation of the [cowgirl] sexual position in which the person on top has their hands and feet planted onto the other person. Also often involves [grunting] and occasionally [manic] laughing.
Published:2/20/2022 6:56:48 PM
[Comedy] buy-curious A person who is just looking around and [may or may not be] [interested] in buying something from a store. As used on [Arrested Development].
Published:2/19/2022 1:57:21 PM
[Comedy] niced mainly used in [east london]. means being [treated] or being treated [nicely].
Published:2/18/2022 8:56:39 AM
[Comedy] Flop Era [Word that] describes [your life] when its [falling apart]
Published:2/17/2022 4:03:27 AM
[Comedy] dinobabies Older workers in the [tech] industry, [formerly] known as [boomers].
Published:2/15/2022 11:03:23 PM
[Comedy] love puff A [silent fart] released whilst in bed with your partner, that you were hoping wouldn't smell, but does. By [calling it] a 'love puff', you hope to maintain some level of cuteness and overcome [the curse] of the bad smell that threatens to ruin an otherwise romantic moment.
Published:2/14/2022 5:56:50 PM
[Comedy] party foul Something [socially unacceptable] [done in] a social [gathering].
Published:2/13/2022 12:57:55 PM
[Comedy] Skinship In Korea, the term "[skinship]" is used to describe the act of intimate, non-sexual touching between very close (Usually same-sex, but can include both genders.) [platonic friends]. It involves acts such as holding hands/arms, hugging, and kissing on the cheeks. Sometimes it goes [even deeper] than that and can even involve bathing together, as Koreans (And the Japanese) believe that group nudity helps break down the barriers and helps establish a closer relationship.
Published:2/12/2022 7:57:13 AM
[Comedy] farm emo [country music]
Published:2/11/2022 2:59:38 AM
[Comedy] ‘Book of Boba Fett’ finale’s post-credits scene points to the future of Star Wars "The Book of Boba Fett" is just the tip of Disney Plus's Star Wars iceberg. Published:2/11/2022 2:59:37 AM
[Comedy] brochet Activity in which bros gather around and [crochet]. Usually only occurs in the latter stages of the [bromance]. It's a [pretty chill] thing to do.
Published:2/9/2022 9:57:06 PM
[Comedy] I like the cut of your Jib a far classier version of "[i like your style]", originally used by pirates in the 17th century the expression refers to the forward sail on most ships. The course and speed of a ship is determined by [the cut] of the ships [jib] so saying that you like the cut of someones jib is a way of saying, i like the way you're heading.
Published:2/8/2022 4:58:38 PM
[Comedy] goofing around As [stated] in Friends: "Two friends [who care] a lot about each other and have [amazing sex] and just wanna spend more time together."
Published:2/6/2022 6:59:20 AM
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