Intercourse

Red Squirrel In The Morning

7 Aug , 2009  

red-squirl

Noun

1. Morning coitus. Specifically, morning coitus with someone with red hair, carpet and drapes.

Origin: Lifted by Charbuckles from a Fleet Foxes song.

Submitted by: Charbuckles

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Human Body

Drama Pipes

10 Jul , 2009  

drama-pipes

Noun

1. Stomach/intestinal problems.
Ex: Oh god where is the pepto, I’ve got all kinds of drama pipes.

2. Pipes used to carry drama from one area to another.

3. Pipes constructed of drama.

Origin: Borrowed from Achewood.

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Silly

Chronicles Of Ridic

2 Jul , 2009  

riddick

Adjective

1. Ridiculous or stupid.
Ex: This guy is “fit but he knows it” which is kind of endearing on hot chicks but looks chronicles of ridic on dudes.

Origin: Intitally Borrowed from Vice. But its not hard to put together a phrase that means ridiculous or stupid and a Vin Diesel movie.

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Insult

Ho-Ma

19 Mar , 2009  

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Noun

1. A whore or slut
Ex: Look at that ho-ma over there. I better her breath smells like penis.

Origin: Borrowed from the Upright Citizens Brigade tv show, one of the best sketch shows ever.

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Intercourse

Mad-Rutty

8 Mar , 2009  

madrutty

Verb

1. Sex. Hot, dirty sex.
Ex: We’re getting mad-rutty tonight girl. Consider your architecture warned.

2. A general state of arousel/being very horny.

Origin: Borrowed from the comic Achewood. The strip in question can be seen here.

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30 Rock

Jalisa

4 Mar , 2009  

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Noun

1. A couple that when together make you sick. They tend to be overly affectionate and cutesy.
Ex: Look at Jalisa over there. What a couple of a-holes.

Origin: 30 Rock. The combined name of Jack and his girlfriend Elisa. Seen here.

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30 Rock

Efron

2 Mar , 2009  

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Noun

1. Anything that you have some vague idea exists, but really know nothing at all about.
Ex: “Dance on the architecture? Is that an efron?”

Origin: On an episode 30 rock, Liz Lemon says “He looks like Zack Efron – that’s a thing, right?” when refering to a much younger love interest.

Submitted by: Derek L.

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Style

From the now’s

1 Mar , 2009  

nows

Prepositional Phrase

1. Indicating the current time period. Similar to phrases like “from the 80’s”.
Ex: This look is so from the now’s.

Origin: This is borrowed from Vice, the do’s and don’t column are rife with looks that are from the now’s.

See also here

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30 Rock

Mind Grapes

12 Feb , 2009  

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Noun

1. A term referring to a brain.
Ex: This information is blowin’  my mind grapes

Origin: Another Tracy Morgan original from 30 rock.  See also thoughtcicles.

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