Fat fuck that trolls irc and drinks his own urine
September 06, 2003
a friend, pal, or other accquaintance. Usually used when the said person is getting overly excited or angry.
Woah there diggy! Let's all just settle down!
January 31, 2004
Myspace is a pathetic excuse for a hang out place. People go on, try to make as many "friends" as possible, and yeah, as said, ultimately tries to get as many as they can. 90% of the people they have listed they did not already know in real life, and they will end up meeting probably 1 or 2 of them.
Freak#1: "I have 789 friends on Myspace."
Freak#2: Have you met anyone of them?
Freak#1: Meet them? I never even talk to them.
Acronym for 'show us your tits!'
In a fighting game, reprensents the strongest characters in the game. Top tiers are usually marked by higher priority moves, hard hitting attacks, strategy variety, speed, and (sometimes) ease. When a game first comes out, the top tiers are usually the easy-to-use cheap characters, and players tend to rely on cheap tactics such as "spamming" a high priority move. After some time, the game tactics begin to develop as people learn new strategies with other characters. Eventually the "cheap" top tiers are replaced, knocked down a level, or accompanied, by new characters. A good fighting game should be as tierless as possible, although this is hard to achieve.
Marvel VS Capcom 2 matches are dominated by top tiers due to the fact that they are so much better than the rest of the characters. In Capcom VS SNK 2, the top tiers aren't so much better than the lower tiers.
a describing word to say that somebody is extremely gangsta
or that something is extremely dank
man, that nigga is straight korte. he's got all the ladies.
December 04, 2004
Semi-derogatory word directed towards people of british origin. Used the same way yankee
is used to insult americans. Does not always imply a specific political view, as most americans find the british annoying anyway.
limey: LOL amerikans r t3h stoopid!!!1
yankee: fuck off you self-righteous limey
February 28, 2005