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technicalize (verb) : The act of explaining something with the use of many details and technicalities.

There is no need to technicalize every detail of the situation. —Anna, - - -, 3/26/06

Submitted by: AELIZZ from Ohio on Mar. 26, 2006 17:55

chillax

(verb) : to chill out and relax

Just chillax dude.

Submitted by: Kevin Johnson from North Carolina on May. 14, 2008 19:33

blogger (noun) : A person who writes blogs. Also a blogging software.

Bloggers and blogs can offer a valuable source of information and critique - they should not be underestimated by the mainstream media and big business. —Paul Reynolds - World Affairs correspondent, BBC News website, 9 February 2006

Submitted by: Jennifer Granville from Switzerland on Mar. 26, 2006 07:32

whooosh (interjection) : Used to express how someone has lowered their taste in a person by dumping a very nice person to go out with a not-so-nice person.

Do you think 'x' has lowered the bar a bit? I mean WHOOOSH!!

Submitted by: Amaziah from United Kingdom on Mar. 26, 2006 07:12

Lmho (abbreviation) : abbreviation for Laughing My Head Off.

[funny comment] lmho

Submitted by: lizzy from California on Mar. 26, 2006 00:34

koolio

(adjective) : This word is used to describe all things positive and fun.

If you were me, you would be koolio.

Submitted by: THE BOMB from New Jersey on Dec. 04, 2007 19:20

Wangster

(noun) : one who pretends to be part of the gangster culture

He tries to be cool, but in reality, he's a wangster.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 28, 2007 00:20

celly

(noun) : Slang for a person in prison, jail or any incarceration facility you share a cell with. A cellmate.

My brother is serving seven years in a California prison and tells me his celly is a kewl cat.

Submitted by: Cori Gillette from California on Mar. 29, 2006 07:23

debtology (noun) : The branch of knowledge that deals with the study of the creation, management and elimination of debt.

Financial professionals who specialize in Debtology are in growing demand by American consumers who desire to transition from indebtedness to financial prosperity. —The Wealthology Institute, Financial Services Brochure, March, 2006

Submitted by: Thomas A. Lacy, Jr. from Texas on Mar. 25, 2006 18:39

pwn

(verb) : To own or rule at electronic video or computer games.

I totally pwn everyone at XBox 360, Playstation 3, and Nintento Wii!

Submitted by: Nerdy Guy With No Life from Idaho on Nov. 12, 2007 12:39

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