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"barstar" (noun) : a friendly, well-liked and well-known individual who is a regular at a specific bar or club

Patrick was the ultimate "barstar" because everytime he walked into the Irish pub everyone yelled, "Yay! Patrick is here!"

Submitted by: Zack-Attack from Connecticut on Nov. 05, 2007 17:20

"Beam me up, Scotty." (interjection) : A phrase in original cast of Star Trek television series and motion pictures that express you want to be teleported back up to the ship - used when you have had enough and want to leave somewhere or used to express that someone is incoherent or confusing you.

After an hour or so at the boring party, I said to my friend, "Beam me up, Scotty."

Submitted by: Word King from Pennsylvania on Sep. 03, 2008 11:17

"blue light special" (noun) : A secret sale announced in a department store, sometimes accompanied by a flashing blue light, and will last an hour or so.

I bought a new mattress on a "blue light special".

Submitted by: J.C. from Pennsylvania on Feb. 26, 2008 10:16

"Captain Kirking"

(adjective) : To be getting with all the ladies with no problem, like Captain Kirk used to on the old Star Trek TV series.

He is so hot and has no trouble "Captain Kirking" every weekend.

Submitted by: Opra Windoodles from Pennsylvania on Mar. 04, 2008 14:17

"Dad Jeans" (noun) : Just like "Mom's Jeans", Dad wears jeans that are high-waisted too, giving him a rounded "egg-shaped" abdominal area and a long flat buttocks - sad thing is that you don't need to be a Dad to have on "Dad Jeans".

I saw a Business Analyst wearing "Dad Jeans" at my work last night.

Submitted by: J.C. from Pennsylvania on Oct. 24, 2007 10:30

"dip in the company ink" (interjection) : Meaning to have an affair with someone at the office.

Dmitri decided not to double-dip anymore with Frankie's ex-girlfriend Martha, but to "dip in the company ink" with some other chick at his workplace instead.

Submitted by: Opra Windoodles from Pennsylvania on Apr. 30, 2008 11:24

"dry-toast" (adjective) : A way of saying that someone is boring and lacks a personality; Robotic and insensitive; Cold and emotionless; Unfeeling for those around them.

Many pinoy are "dry-toast" due to their family upbringing and economic stress.

Submitted by: Yoshi Omagaru from Japan on Oct. 10, 2007 12:36

"freudlings" (noun) : The ramblings about theoretical psychology brought on by Dr. Sigmund Freud.

One of my college courses was Psychology of Personal Development and the instructor had a fixation with Sigmund Freud's "freudlings" which I thought were the ramblings of a gross and perverted Doctor of Psychology with deep personal issues.

Submitted by: J.C. from Pennsylvania on Sep. 12, 2007 10:53

"guyclops" (noun) : One who is always on the prowl for male mate or hook-up, staring at them like a one-eyed monster.

That "guyclops" did not pay attention to anything I said and just kept staring at the guys.

Submitted by: J.C. Moore from Pennsylvania on Mar. 26, 2008 09:24

"Hallow-whiney" (adjective) : To whine about not having the right costume, how it looks, or not getting a costume completed at all.

She was all "Hallow-whiney" about not having a costume ready for the party.

Submitted by: The Emperor of Poplar Street from Pennsylvania on Oct. 31, 2007 10:11

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