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been one (adjective) : a street word for broken, damaged to the point of no return, a lost cause
"My cell phone has been one at this point, there is no fixing it."
Submitted by: ta best from Iowa on Dec. 02, 2006 21:23
GP (noun) : General purposes; something having no offical use; something acquired just in case
Go ahead and buy that shirt just for GP because it is on sale and we will keep looking for something for you to wear out tonight.
Submitted by: ta best from Iowa on Dec. 02, 2006 21:20
(noun) : a volcano capable of producing an eruption with ejecta of greater than 1,000 cubic kilometers (240 cubic miles)
Submitted by: daloy rosano from Philippines on Nov. 19, 2012 02:56
(abbreviation) : talk to you later —used in electronic text messaging
Gotta go. TTYL.
Submitted by: J.C. from Pennsylvania on Oct. 08, 2008 09:55
(noun) : nice or sweet strength
Submitted by: tintumsjohn from Philippines on Dec. 02, 2006 12:10
horribility (noun) : State of being horrible. The potential and or possibilty of being horrible. To not know whether I have bad news, is not horrible yet, but it has the potential and or possibility of being horrible.
I think I might have some bad news; this is horribility.
Submitted by: Muhammad from Nevada on Dec. 02, 2006 11:29
snovel (verb) : To shovel snow. A good one-word verb for what most Canadians do a good part of the winter, shovelling snow. ["Sno" for snow and "vel" for shovel.]
I went out to snovel. —No,
Submitted by: Eira from Canada on Dec. 02, 2006 11:09
Spazalicious (adjective) : being either so cool or so delicious, it pushes one to the verge of having a spasm.
Oh my gosh, that cake was so spazalicious, I'm about to have a seizure in the middle of the restaurant.
Submitted by: Phe from Kansas on Dec. 02, 2006 03:38
Llymes (noun) : A state where one is not able to continue his poetry .
I can not complete this poem therefore I am left in Llymes.
Submitted by: Garret Zaletel from Arizona on Dec. 02, 2006 00:19
timesing (verb) : multiplying
While doing math, Lisa had difficulty timesing with seven.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 01, 2006 23:12