Abbreviation for "If I Understand Correctly."
IIUC, these telemarketers are not supposed to be bugging me, because I signed up for the Do Not Call list.
An opportunity for product placement in a mass media production.
Corporate sponsors of TV shows force their products into the show all the time, exploiting every possible advertunity.
The euphemism for a large or obese person. Soon to be adopted by airlines who have to be careful not to overfill their flights.
"Oh man. Last week, I had to sit in a middle seat between two people of size. It was not pretty."
A student taking a class on a pass/fail, or satisfactory/unsatisfactory, grading basis. Such a student can get away with putting very little effort into a class.
Yeah, we're all p/fuckers. We're a pocket of incompetence in the back of the classroom.
A psychologist or psychiatrist, esp. one tasked with psychological evaluations.
Here's a file on Dr. Manhattan. Let's see what the corporate headpeepers say.
In TV production, especially soap operas, the pages of a script that occur during dream sequences or coma fantasies are colored pink. The alternate color of the pages reminds all involved that these events don't actually happen in the storyline of the soap.
On The Simpsons, Moe's facelift was an example of a "pink pages" sequence.
On House M.D., House's sex scene with Cuddy was a "pink pages" sequence.
excessively on Twitter
, to the point that your followers' feed pages are blanketed with little else but your own updates.
Ugh. Sean totally overtweets. I'm going to have to unfollow