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Feb
13
Attaining a position with noteworthy speed.

Originates from Billboard Magazine's practice of putting a bullet sign in front of chart entries that have moved from one position to another with notable speed.
From High Fidelity: "congratulations Laura, you made it to the top five. Number five, with a bullet, welcome.
by I Shot The Prom Queen February 05, 2006
Feb
12
Refers to the vintage 1970-1980 Cadillac series. The rear windows had a diamond shape.
(I wanna...) Diamond in the back, sunroof top, diggin the scene with a gangsta lean
by James. June 24, 2004
Feb
11
1) somebody who works in or for the media who ensures that the public understands things from a certain perspective.

2) a radio station DJ, or MC at a club or event.
1) we think that the spin doctors at the local TV station helped the mayor win the election.

2) the club boom anniversary party spin doctor was awesome!
by Bungalow Bill July 01, 2004
Feb
10
To look over the shoulder(s) of a person with whom you are currently engaged in conversation to see if you can find someone 'better' to talk to.

Connotes a lack of interest in the current interlocutor and/or in what they are currently saying, and displays a desire to, if possible, upgrade to 'someone better' (e.g. of higher social status, better looks, etc.).
While engaged in a conversation with a person at a party, you could be accused of (or at least suspected to be) "shoulder surfing" if you look over his/her shoulder(s) to check out who else is in attendance.
by p.s. February 03, 2006
Feb
9
A kiss after one of the participants has just brushed their teeth.
"He kissed me last night, right after he brushed his teeth. It tasted horrible"
"Minty eh? That's a colgate kiss for you"
by LayanaGuthrum February 08, 2006
Feb
8
The phone number a person expects friends and family to use.
I need to make sure you have my primary digits. I don't want to get all calls from you on my cellular.
by Paul August 23, 2004
Feb
7
In the drum and bass scene, the DJ's practice of replaying a record that has been enthusiastically received by the audience. Spectators "call for a rewind" by holding cigarette lighters in the air; if there is enough demand, the DJ will spin the record backward and play it from the beginning.
The crowd loved that track so much that I had to do three rewinds.
by Greenie December 11, 2003