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Dec
8
A contraction of mad awkward. Can be used as an interjection in situations that are very awkward
'Mom walked in on me right before I was about to get laid"

"Madawk"
by JakeStar November 28, 2005
Dec
7
When you hang up the phone without indication. Typical people will give some indication the conversation is over, "see you later," good bye," "talk to you soon," etc. But as Hollywood movies have taught us, this is not necessary. When you are finished with what you have to say, hang up.
-"Did you get the memo I sent you, Rob?"
-"Yes, but I will read it later."

(click.)
by blueck November 22, 2005
Dec
6
An exclamation that, when uttered in conjunction with taking an object, immediately transfers ownership from the original owner to the person using the word regardless of previous property rights.
Though I cherished my automobile, I had to purchase a new one when my second cousin came up from behind me and politely exclaimed, "Yoink" while taking my car keys.
by Anonymous October 09, 2002
Dec
5
1. Too eager to get something (especially play)
2. Desperate
(Boy running up) "Ay gurl whasup? Look, you lookin real nice, can I get that young number?"

(Girl under breath) "Thirsty"
by Giddy December 03, 2003
Dec
4
Another name for a US Twenty Dollar Bill; US cash demonination featuring President Andrew Jackson - equivalent to twenty Franklins or four Lincolns.
Hey... stop at that ATM. I need a Jackson or two.
by T Wade November 23, 2005
Dec
3
Jukebox sabotage is a form of implanting one's own music into another person's mind by singing or whistling a tune around that person. If successful, that person will then begin whistling or singing your song minutes later.
I whistled "Mary had a little lamb" around my friend Matt one afternoon and then 5 minutes later I heard him whistling it down the hall. That is a textbook Jukebox Sabotage maneuver.
by Christopher G. November 21, 2005
Dec
2
Slang for the phrase, "Did you eat yet?" Native to Philadelphia and its suburbs.
Mark says, "Djeetyet?" and Frank replies, "No, ju?"
by Sir Gary Ramadan Powers November 28, 2005