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9 definitions by NOTMYNECK

 
1.
Originally derived from the movie Thirteen Days, the term “Code 13” has numerous definitions:

1. This information, of or relating to political strategy, is meant to be kept top secret, private, and on the downlow.
2. Privileged information.

Then being applied by prestigious members of the Warren Mott High School elite, in Warren, Michigan, the code took on an underground meaning as well:

3. The motorcade formation of vehicles traveling to various locations as a group confidentially.

The group is recognizable by their high speed driving in uniquely equipped American-made vehicles, with chrome “13” emblems, through residential areas, highways, and school parking lots. Certain political affiliations allow the financially sufficient and resourceful brotherhood to remain elusive and ambiguous.

1/2) Ben: You ridin' with us, or you chillin' with your girl?
Tim: Man, I dumped that hoe, but keep it code thirteen.

3)Rod: This game is wack.
Steve: Let's code thirteen outa here.
by NOTMYNECK February 25, 2007
 
2.
one who displays librarian-like tendencies despite their best efforts to hide them; in fact they usually make no efforts to hide them whatsoever.
Niles Crane (from Frasier) is a closet librarian. There are many others who have not yet come out.
by NOTMYNECK August 11, 2007
 
3.
A set amount of time allotted to a person in order to respond to a burn; usually five seconds, though varies with the audience; can be used to determing how snappy a person is.
Joe: BURN!!
Bob(10 seconds later): Yeah well...
Joe: Nope, you missed the burn delay.
by NOTMYNECK March 21, 2007
 
4.
Opposed to the grape vine, which is how common folk get information and is usually unreliable, the pumkin vine is how important people get information.
Nukka: "I heard you're getting promoted."
Babu: "Where'd you hear that?"
Nukka: "Just through the pumpkin vine."

by NOTMYNECK April 26, 2008
 
5.
Opposed to the grape vine, which is how common folk get information and is usually unreliable, the pumkin vine is how important people get information.
"I heard you're getting promoted."
"Where'd you hear that?"
"Just through the pumkin vine."
by NOTMYNECK February 22, 2008
 
6.
Extra letters or alterations made to words in an instant message to articulate a particular pronunciation.
Example of Pronunciators: "That shirt is hott." "What's goin' on? Notalot."
by NOTMYNECK June 12, 2007
 
7.
The guy at work named Schwartz who always seems to be able to make calculator-like computations in his head instantaneously.
Ben: Hey Tim, what's 99 divided by 27?
Tim Schwartz: 3.6, somewhere around there.
Ben: Amazing!

Tim is a schwartzulater.
by NOTMYNECK March 13, 2008