the rush of people who swarm the gym, and other excersise places, in the weeks after new years. usually subsides quickly
by speedworxs February 02, 2008
by Footnotes November 25, 2008
Short for reality-distortion field. An expression used to describe the persuasive ability of managers like Steve Jobs (the term originated at Apple in the 1980s to describe his peculiar charisma). Those close to these managers become passionately committed to possibly insane projects, without regard to the practicality of their implementation or competitive forces in the marketpace.
Steve Jobs is extremely demanding of all those around him and has a very low tolerance for anything but excellence. Because he can be shockingly blunt in his dealings with others, he is often portrayed as abusive, but this is dead wrong. He simply demands/expects great things from everyone around him. I honestly believe he can't understand why anyone would want to waste their time doing anything less than great.
by Sam March 21, 2005
by Veggiecat March 16, 2007
When texting with someone over IM or SMS that takes too long to reply leaving you waiting and frustrated.
by rzaragoza December 31, 2008
When the populace's fear of a snowstorm creates traffic jams and general panic way before any flakes even fall. Usually turns out to be a totally disproportionate response to a minor snowstorm.
Everyone is fleeing the office thanks to snow hysteria...but it isn't supposed to start snowing until 9 PM.
by Alpine McGregor December 20, 2008
by D.K.Y. June 01, 2007