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4 definitions by CharlieA

 
1.
Oh, I see.

Used for when you have just understood and comprehended something. Can only be written or typed.
Dave: "Sorry man, I just ran over your dog"

Claude: "O I C"
by CharlieA July 18, 2006
 
2.
QPR
tands for Queens Park Rangers, a football club based in West London. Established in 1882, they currently play in the Coca-Cola Championship (the 2nd tier in the English football league structure) having finished achieved promotion as runners-up in the Second Division at the end of the 2004/2005 season.

The team is colloquially known as "QPR" (or often just "Rangers") and nicknamed the Super Hoops, due to the team's kit of blue and white hooped shirts. Their home stadium is Loftus Road, which has a capacity of just under 20,000.
"QPR have a great set of loyal supporters, who follow them devoutly wherever they may go."
by CharlieA December 29, 2005
 
3.
The act of going angry or mad, often when reacting to something. If someone wildy explodes with rage, they are "going sick". In the past tense, if someone went crazy or angry, they "went sick". People going sick are often laughed at, as they are probably overreacting to something and making a fool of themselves.

An expression often used in Corby, UK (therefore probably Scotland as well).
Ryan: Any of you twats touch my bike, I'm gonna go sick!

or

Mike: Did you see Dave? He went sick when he saw his bird getting touched up!
by CharlieA May 21, 2006
 
4.
QPR
Stands for Queens Park Rangers, a football club based in West London. Established in 1882, they currently play in the Coca-Cola Championship (the 2nd tier in the English football league structure) having finished achieved promotion as runners-up in the Second Division at the end of the 2004/2005 season.

The team is colloquially known as "QPR" (or often just "Rangers") and nicknamed the Super Hoops, due to the team's kit of blue and white hooped shirts. Their home stadium is Loftus Road, which has a capacity of just under 20,000.
"QPR have a great set of loyal supporters, who follow them devoutly wherever they may go."
by CharlieA December 18, 2005