8 definitions by JackTheShipper

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Fay
Another word for a fairy (faerie, fairie, faery). The fay (fey, fae) also include elves, sprites, pixies, brownies, mermaids, dryads, imps, nymphs, and other small mythical creatures.
Jack: Did you see that litte fay?
Maria: Yeah, I did!
Sara: I didn't.
by JackTheShipper September 15, 2006
1. A nickname for the slash pairing Pintel/Ragetti from Pirates of the Caribbean.

2. An electronic synthesizer designed by Dr. Robert Moog.

1. I love Moog! They are my OTP!

2. Apparently this is pronounced "moge", not "moog".
by JacktheShipper December 16, 2006
Hair that has sweeping bangs across the forehead. The bangs sometimes cover the eyes and the hair is usually dark in color. It is sometimes spiked up in the back.

It is derived from the hair of Conor Oberst and a guy who used to be in my English class, who both have that hair and are both from Nebraska.

See emo hair.
Jack: Look at Josh... He has Nebraska Hair!
Maria Lynn: Yeah, but it looks totally hot on him!
Sarah Moe: You people are weird.
by JackTheShipper September 14, 2006
The color green that is on Xboxes and their games. It is a neon sort of green; with a tint of yellow.
Xbox Green is not a pretty color, in my opinion.
by JacktheShipper December 28, 2006
The little tab on top of soda cans that one is supposed to twist or bend to open up the can of soda. Many people collect these.
Jack: I have over 1,500 soda tabs now!

Normal People: Nerd.

Jack: Nerds are cool.
by JacktheShipper January 21, 2007
Hair with long, sweeping bangs that cover part of the forehead and sometimes the eyes. It is usually dark in color. It can sometimes be spiked in the back.

It is derived from the hair of Conor Oberst and a guy who used to be in my English class. Both are from Nebraska and both have this hair style.

See emo hair.
Jack: Look, Josh has Nebraska Hair!
Maria Lynn: Yeah, but it looks hot on him!
Sara Moe: You guys are weird.
by JackTheShipper September 14, 2006
Hair that has long, sweeping bangs that cover the forehead and also occsionally the eyes. It is usually dark in color and can be spiked up in the back.

The phrase originated at a High School in Pennsylvania in which there were multiple kids from Nebraska who had this hairstyle. It is also connected to Conor Oberst, who is from Nebraska and does his hair this way.

See emo hair.
Jack: Look, Josh has Nebraska Hair!
Maria: Yeah, but it looks hot on him!
Sara: You people are weird.
Darra: But they're right!
by JackTheShipper September 15, 2006

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