A good editor says, "I always pay attention to the definitions to see if i should publish them."
A bad editor says, "I do not publish any entries."
An inbetween editor says, "I pay attention to the definitions i publish sometimes, and sometimes i keep hitting the not sure button."
1.The almost-opposite of a bad editor they do not publish EVERY definition, but they do publish the ones that deserve it.
2.An editor that is the exact opposite of a bad editor. they DO publish every single definition. It is really another form of a bad editor.
1.doesnt publish Sexy: sex sex sex!
2.does publish Sexy: sex sex sex!
This is an example of good editor v. good editor, please do not judge my definition by the example.
Internet dialect. It means "a dare" it is commonly used if there is no way to (or you dont know how to) privately message someone and they just asked you why you are doing something humiliating. If you unscramble the letters, it actually spells a dare.
internetdude1"dude2, why are you doing <insert humiliating act here>?"
internetdude2"d area" (or area d)
(note: chances are that people who you dont want to know will know what d area means. and then promptly yell it out for anyone who does not.)