Sloob (slüb): n. Nick Burris and Linda Thach's friendship; A relationship based on loyalty, trust, jokes and laughs, lots and lots of laughs and jokes. Shared between you and your best friend. Sloob is used because there is no word in the world to describe how worthy the friendship is. When experiencing sloob, you and your best friend must become each other's 'everything' buddy; Laughing buddies, chuckling buddies, anger buddies, venting buddies, giggling buddies, etc. Sloob will one day make its way into historical textbooks. The word means you and your companion must share everything, which also means you guys share telepathy. Sloob is limitless, full of surprises, and the answer to every damn question out there. You never question the word. Ever. If you do, sloob does not exist to you and you don't quite understand the meaning just yet. You know you've finally achieve sloob with your best friend when you both are capable of doing everything. The bird is no longer the word, sloob is now the word. Sloob comes from an Asian root word. There is nothing greater than sloob. Sloob > Everything. Sloob = Magic.
If I were to have sloob with my best friend, my life would be complete.