adj.: describes a situation or literary piece which contains dark, depressing, angry, and/or brooding emotions from the participating characters. Often used to describe fan fiction
n.: a category or group of above described literary pieces.
Despite her happy countenance, Anna tended to quietly read angst fanfics in her free time.
(intransitive verb) In massively multi-player online gaming, playing a game with multiple characters and/or accounts at the same time.
There's a reason the U.S. and Asia have separate game servers; The Asian server absorbs all the ninja-looting, script-running, kiddie Asians who hydra and play the game 36 hours a day, leaving the U.S. servers much more fun for us to play on.
To send an instant electronic message to, through such instant messaging services as AIM, Yahoo!, MSN, et al.
This usage of the word comes from the default "bling"-like noise in AIM, made when a message is received.
Robert's away message read, "I'm watchin TV in the next room right now. If you need me, bling me to get my attention."
An adjective that may describe something that seems significantly unfair, disbalancing, or otherwise unreasonable, often resulting in frustration from those who have to deal with it, and joy for those in whose favor it works. Often associated with games, or particular aspects of games.
"Argh, this boss is retarded! He is, like, impossible to beat!"
"Man, don't play with Kevin. He always uses a retarded army list, and will have you beaten in like two turns."
"...and just when it seemed like I was going to get my ass handed to me, I popped out an absolutely retarded number of marines and pushed him all the way back to his base."