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10 definitions by GWMcL

 
1.
A book one carries around to write down phone numbers, emails, etc.

Carried around when a person is living in denial of digital and they're not on Facebook, don't have an iphone, etc.
Joan: Dylan isn't on facebook, so when he said he wanted to stay in touch I wrote my number in his face-to-facebook.
Edie: You mean a paper book? How cute!

Jack: We couldn't google map it since none of us had iphones, so I had to draw the directions in Will's face-to-facebook.
by GWMcL September 25, 2010
 
2.
The perverse relationship that develops between an iProduct and its new owner. The new iOwner will usually only talk about the new iProduct and like new parents talking about their baby, everything in the conversation will lead back to the iProduct.

It is best not to interfere in iRelationships, the couple can be like Gollum and the Ring!
Boy: Matt never comes out anymore since he bought that iPad
Girl: Dude, he's in an iRelationship!

Boy: I was playing cards the other day and...
Girl: Hey I have a card app on my iPad (whips out iPad)
Boy: Girl, you're in an iRelationship!
by GWMcL February 20, 2011
 
3.
The environmental police.

Origin: Al Gore + Oligarchy.
Better turn that heater down man or we'll have the aligorechy round to carbon tax us.
by GWMcL October 07, 2010
 
4.
To take someone in and be hospitable to them, usually against their will. The reverse of overstaying your welcome, when you just want to pop in but then you have to sit down and catch up and everything else.
Bro: Where you bin dude?

Dude: I just went to drop the camera off at Ted's but he was home and he made me come in and have a cup of tea and then he talked at me for hours, I couldn't get away.

Bro: Dude, sounds like you got hospitabilized!
by GWMcL October 06, 2010
 
5.
Not Safe For Pants. One step further than nsfw. So hot it's not safe to wear pants while watching.
- Is it safe for work?
- No way dude, it's nsfpants!
by GWMcL January 16, 2012
 
6.
An ad or notice printed with phone numbers written vertically at the bottom on tearable tags and tacked up on noticeboards, shop windows, etc.

Named for the phone number strips' resemblance to a jellyfish's tentacles, and because the pages appear to be floating on the wall/noticeboard/window like jellyfish in the ocean.

Also known as space invaders, especially when there get to be too many of these notices in one place.
I got the number for a great share house off this jellyfish on a post at uni.
by GWMcL December 12, 2010
 
7.
Learning things from you tube tutorials.
Evan don't pull the kitchen apart, you don't know the first thing about renovations!
What you talkin bout? I spent the week at Youtubiverisity.

Jack's in hospital, whatever made him think he could train attack dogs??
Youtubiversity.
by GWMcL November 04, 2010