Mar 23
The term used by marketing people to describe potential buyers of old-age.
They gray market buy a lot of viagra.
by BoJay August 27, 2005
Mar 22
The degree of familiarity with another person, which, if you chance to encounter them on the street, will determine if you merely greet them in passing or stop to talk.
We saw each other on the sidewalk and said 'hello' to each other. But she was just a friend of a friend I'd only met once or twice before, and there wasn't enough chat gravity to merit stopping and chatting.
by cukorbeastie March 07, 2006
Mar 21
Derived from highway, it means a path in a crowd where many people pass through, e.g. on parties. One should use crowdways to go from point A to point B to annoy the least possible amount of people.
"We need to find a crowdway to get to the nearest bar."

"Damnit, we're standing on the outskirts of a crowdway, let's go find somewhere else to stand."
by relix July 17, 2005
Mar 20
Doubling your money.
Hey, if you sell these drugs you'll flip your money in no time!
by Minino June 09, 2005
Mar 19
The total amount of time one can manage being on the phone with someone.
My phone stamina is roughly an hour.
by Keael March 15, 2006
Mar 18
Socks which failed to be removed prior to intercourse. Said socks need not be used only during sex. Party socks are usually the result of laziness or haste.
We were totally going at it but I had to stop him because I couldn't stop laughing at his party socks.
by lol party sox December 06, 2005
Mar 17
To gamble recklessly and aggressively after a bad or improbable beat or series of bad or improbable beats. Usually results in losing all of your money and then some. Good gamblers avoid this at all costs, even if it means going home earlier than expected.
After he got beat three straight times, Mike went on tilt and got his whole bankroll taken.
by ACG2x January 26, 2004

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