When you throw your hat over the wall, you're committing to doing something. The phrase is derived from what you would do before you climb over a wall - you throw the hat over to the other side, so it doesn't fall off while you are climbing.
"throw your hat over the wall" example:
JFK himself. When he was in office, he stood before the world and promised them a man on the moon within 10 years. Thing is, nobody had started working on a space program at that point. JFK had no data to back up his claims, no insight into the practicality of space travel. But you know what he had?
The man had sac. The man had the sac to stand before the world and say “Yo, yo get this! We’re going to the moon.”
Similar to facebook activism
, the belief that no-commitment activities will result in meaningful social change. This meme results from the belief that awareness is all that is necessary to improve society, rather than actually donating money or time.
Real examples of avatar activism:
I changed my Twitter avatar to green to support Iranis!
I blacked out my avatar to support awareness of Australia's Black Saturday!
To have balls. To be brave.
what it means to have sac:
JFK himself. When he was in office, he stood before the world and promised everyone a man on the moon within 10 years. Thing is, nobody had started working on a space program at that point. JFK had no data to back up his claims, no insight into the practicality of space travel. But you know what he had?
The man had sac. The man had the sac to stand before the world and say “Yo yo, get this! We’re going to the moon.”
Taping over a door latch to prevent the door from locking. This verb is named in honor of the Watergate scandal, where this behavior was exhibited.
Who Watergated the doors?
to shamefully leave the dwelling place of another in the early morning after having hooked up with that person
"So morning came around, and you didn't feel like sticking around for the awkward conversation, so you left a nice note and you slinked on home."
"I didn't slink!"
"What time was it?"
"Seven, maybe eight AM?"
"And you purposely avoided flushing her toilet?"
"You slinked, my friend."
Taking back your approval of something that's been said or done, or something posted online.
This term originates from Facebook, where you can publicly say you "like" something, and then have the option to take the "like" back. "Unlike" does not mean you dislike something.
"I really like the shading and texture on this picture you drew of a man in a prison cell. Oh wait; the man is supposed to be me. Unlike."
The male-gendered equivalent of "bitchy." Pronounced "testy."
I'm outta here; Robert's pulling up to the house. That guy is so teste.