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3 definitions by Ash79

 
1.
Pronounced: "chawch"

Definition: Noun-A person (usually male)who attempts to exhibit a cool and popular look but generally comes across as either an asshole and/or a total loser. Plural: chachs, chaches.
Adjective, adverb- dumb, idiotic Ex: "That guy just totally pulled a chach move."
(Rare) Verb-to unjustifiably escape a commitment. Ex: "Todd really chached out tonight."

Behavioral Patterns: Tends to bitch out when extreme situations present themselves. Provokes animosity in more enlightened individuals.

Special Abilities: Being able to piss off peers in close proximity by doing absolutely nothing.

Where found: Shopping malls, fraternities, Late night diners, college bars and/or clubs, party schools, business seminars.

Synomyms:douche bag, bitchass, etc.

Combinations: Can be used in conjunction with "ass" as in "chach ass". Northern dialect also includes the form "Chachski".

Possibly Derived from: The character Chachi played by actor Scott Baio on the television programs Happy Days (1974-1984)and Joanie Loves Chachi(1982-1983).

Vulgarity Level: Perfectly safe to use in public.

What to do if encountered: Keep a cool head. A chach's main weapon is annoyance. Avoid places where chaches frequent (you should anyways). They are insecure and have a weak sense of pride so hit on their girlfriend to throw them off guard.
Use your imagination. Everyone has met a chach.
"(insert name here) is a chach (ass)."
by Ash79 July 14, 2005
 
2.
A captious individual who cannot resist the urge to correct a spelling and/or grammar mistake even in informal settings. After pointing out the linguistic shortcomings in others, a Grammar Nazi feels a strange sense of twisted and unconstructive intelligentsia delight.

In reality, they are making someone else feel bad for no reason and unintentionally implying that their "superior" grammar skills are all they have to show for a wasted liberal arts education.

While proper grammar usage is all well and good, a Grammar Nazi cavils even insignificant errors in English to somehow win an argument. Of course, rather than being genuinely persuasive in an argument, pointing out English errors is a weak attack only on the typist's credibility and never has any bearing on the underlying premises and assertions therein.

In other words, this is simply a disguised ad hominem argument which intelligent and logical people disregard.

Still, one should strive to spell and use words properly, but arrogant and unsolicited advice is not a very persuasive way to teach English.

Average High Schooler: So U R their in Britin, than?

Insecure English PhD (aka Grammar Nazi): I am in England studying here at Oxford, sir, and I prefer you talk to me only in Ye Olde Englishe like a good chap because language can never evolve.

Some High Schooler: LOL!!!!11 Hve fun nvr getting laid!1111!!!!
by Ash79 August 13, 2007
 
3.
n. (euphemism) A slit throat.

Not to be confused with the racist characterization Wetneck.

1) I'm gonna give that punk a wet neck for messin' with my bitch!

2) If I don't pay my drug dealer by 5:00, my neck's gonna be wet!

by Ash79 January 31, 2006