A large and heavy book, usually a Java or other programming language guide, that is used by an angry programmer to smack people over the head with while angry, or all the time.
Java-boy: "Hmmmm, I don't know what's wrong with my program."
Some Guy: "Cause you're a noob(see: n00b)."
Jaba-boy: "ARrrGRGGGWWFHDH!! I WILL SmITE YOU WITh My JavA BooK oF RaGE!!!"
searching an innocent word in google images and finding porn.
i searched "ink blot" and got stewie'd.
Invented by Jeff Mcrae
(see: Jeff Mcrae), "Whadda ya need help for?" is the ultimate act of humor in a computer class/lab. While someone works on a computer, reach over and press the F1 key (or other Help File hot key) to open the program's help menu, while saying "Whadda ya need help for?" in a sarcastic manner.
Also, there is a delayed "Whadda ya need help for?" This is done when the user is away from the computer and F1 is pressed. When the user gets back, often moving the mouse out from a screen saver, the Help File/Menu is open, and the "Jeff Mcrae" says "Whadda ya need help for?"
"Whadda ya need help for?" is often used in conjunction with zing
Andrew: *Working on the computer, turns head to the left*
Jeff(from the right): *Runs up and presses F1 and runs away laughing* "Whadda ya need help for?!~!?"
a nasty pussy, usually puss filled and very irratable.
That bitch wanted me to eat that, fukin yeasty.
the passing of gas.
Jimmi sure cracked a mean flat.
I've been cracking flats all day.
Bob flatted on Jens thigh.
"Preachers Kid" Usually the dirtiest most grimiest mother fuckers on the face of the earth.
Chalie Manson is a P.K.
The act of sabotage on one's computer when they go away for a short or long period of time. The actions you can tke include:
-removal of the mouse ball
-unplugging power cords
-turning off of one's monitor
-adjusting the brightness and contrast on the monitor so the monitor appears to be off
-opening multiple error windows
-opening of CD drives
-unplugging of mouses/keyboards
-opening a internet porno site
"Damn, you jackasses zinged me..."