5 definitions by Aximill

A fake facebook page for someone real. Typically the real person will have another facebook page where their real friends are, while the fauxpage is just a public front.
Stan: Hey, you haven't updated your facebook page in a month.
Dan: Oh, that's my fauxpage. Barely update it but it works to prevent people from finding my real profile.

Stan: People like me?
Dan: Yup.
by Aximill April 04, 2011
The glazed-eye look a guy gets when he sees something sexually appealing. Caused by increased levels of testosterone, and highly common in teenagers.
Pam: I hate my job at Hooters. All the men do is just stare at me.

Kim: Duh, your boobs cause a man trance on them. What did you expect from working there?

or

Randy: Do we have to go to that bar again? When those gogo boys dance, you always end up in a man trance.

Bruce: They look even better when dancing to Lady Gaga.
by Aximill March 31, 2010
1. Carrying on a discussion between at least two people using the "@" symbol. Found in message postings, comment sections, and on Twitter.

2. Used to address a previous poster on a website to address their posting.
If urban dictionary had a comment section, people can carry on an at-scussion by doing this:

This definition is weak. ~Posted by user1

@user1 - Like you would know what a good definition is. ~Posted by user2

@user2 - Yes, I do know cuz I rock. ~Posted by user1
by Aximill July 31, 2009
A media term for a made up controversy, or trying to find controversy when there is none. Usually conducted by conservatives in the media, "journalists" attempt to make a big fat hairy deal out of a quaint little mole hill.
Steve: "I heard that Common was going to perform at the White House for their poetry event."
Irwin: "WHAT? He advocates murder and disobedience. Rap has no place in American culture."
Steve: "You've been breathing the foxygen again huh?"
Irwin: "Bill O'Reilly speaks the truth."
Steve: "Like when he said Obama was a Kenyan and Osama is still alive?"
by Aximill May 13, 2011
Accidentally bragging about your place high up in the economic stratosphere; comparing the difficulties of being rich to those of being poor
Examples of Romneying:
10. “I like those fancy raincoats you bought to people wearing plastic ponchos. Really sprung for the big bucks.’”
9. “I know what it’s like to worry about whether or not you are going to get fired. … There are times when I wondered whether I was going to get a pink slip.”
8. “Corporations are people, my friend.”
7. “Rick Perry, I’ll tell you what: 10,000 bucks? $10,000 bet?”
6. “I get speaker’s fees from time to time, but not very much.” $374,000
5. “I have some great friends who are NASCAR team owners.“
4. “Ann drives a couple of Cadillacs.”
3. “I’m not concerned about the very poor. … We have a safety net there.”
2. “I’m also unemployed.”
1. “I like being able to fire people who provide services to me.”
by Aximill March 05, 2012

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