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go commando (verb) : not wearing any underpants; the term is most commonly used to describe a man who is guilty of such an action
Yuck! You cannot go commando in those sweatpants, especially not to work!
Submitted by: Kimberly from Pennsylvania on Sep. 06, 2007 09:18
Go Dumb (verb) : The phrase "Go Dumb" can refer to different actions 1. Synomym for cute or nice. Ex: Those boots "Go Dumb!" or can be refered to as an action in which the person gets hyphy and excited. See definition for hyphy
"We went dumb at the club!"(verb) "Those boots go dumb!" (adj.)
Submitted by: Alexandra from California on Feb. 07, 2006 21:55
goat rope (noun) : A situation that is messy or disorganized, as in a goat roping or goat rodeo.
Getting that project delivered to the customer was a real goat rope.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 02, 2005 21:55
goathead (interjection) : Slang in casinos for "go ahead".
The card dealer told the player "goathead" so that the game would move along.
Submitted by: Barry C. Bumpus from Arizona on Jun. 13, 2007 20:50
(noun) : a crazy jumble of words as in a fake language or gibberish.
you kids are driving me insane with all that gobbeldy-gook!
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 10, 2006 15:48
gobbledegeek (noun) : Wordy and generally unintelligble jargon associated with technical terms and typically spoken by geeks.
I need to understand how to operate this computer, so please speak english rather than gobbledegeek.
Submitted by: D A Keal from Kentucky on Sep. 13, 2007 14:16
gobbledygeek (noun) : computer geeks' language
Our I.T. guy confuses me with his gobbledygeek.
Submitted by: Scotty Books from Oregon on Jul. 09, 2006 18:10
gobermouch (noun) : someone who likes to meddle in other people's business
My mom remained a gobermouch, always knowing what's best and tricking me into doing it, even after I turned 18.
Submitted by: Magee Xavier on Sep. 06, 2017 23:49
gobly (verb) : to do something without really paying attention to what your actually doing because your used to it, or you've done it so many times
He gobly made the sandwhich for work that morning.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 06, 2007 17:56
(adjective) : astounded or astonished
Submitted by: zachary cray from New Hampshire on Apr. 04, 2012 11:38
(adjective) : [British] very surprised or shocked
Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 06, 2008 11:57
(other) : Exhibiting the effects of a welcome or unwelcome surprise, as by a quick hand to jaw or mouth gesture
I/he/she was /we/were gobsmacked to hear the news.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 03, 2008 02:21
(adjective) : rendered completely speechless by something seen or heard or both; in a very pleasant way.
The men at the worksite watched the most beautiful woman they ever saw walk past, leaving them looking at each other with totally gobsmacked expresions on their faces. —Neil Stephenson, fiction novel: QUICKSILVER, not sure
Submitted by: Cliff Genson-DuBarry from Arizona on Dec. 11, 2005 18:37