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34 definitions by Nco

 
1.
Function: noun
Etymology: West Coast slang; opposite of chick flick; 1985
Dick-flick

1: A movie consisting of mostly ethno-male elements, action, saving a woman, revenge for a dead family, etc. The movie usually has back story in which the protagonist is told to be highly specialized, elite, commando, a seer with muscles, he-man, special forces, etc.
2: Any medium (literature, film, ) that is overtly masculine. A Charles Bukowski poem with drunks wooing hookers.
3.) Using the penis as a slingshot, post-ejaculation.
4.) A homosexual movie.
here was no way that John’s date was going to watch a dick flick with him.
by Nco November 17, 2003
 
2.
phrase.

4: a natural red-head.
Though most bottle blonds will never bleach their lower hair, there is nothing like fire in the hole to know that the girl is real.
by Nco November 23, 2003
 
3.
1: A person who is motivated by their ideals. An intra-competitive person often marked by abandoning that which hinders their ideals.
2: One who strives for various degrees of near perfection.
3: Someone that desires more than is needed.
The over-achiever would not get married until she found the perfect father for her future babies. She died alone in her early fifties.
by Nco November 17, 2003
 
4.
bottle blond, bottle-blond , bottle-blonds

1: Women that make their hair blond, white, platinum, etc by the use of bleach, peroxide, or putting their head in a toilet of said chemicals.
2: ditzy women that want to be known for their bodies instead of their minds.
3: A team of women-rocketeers that succesfully launched two gallons of bleach into the air by H-series engines in 1995. The FFA arrested them shortly after.
"Gentlemen prefer the bottle to bottle blonds." Philipe Nicolini, from Adicus and the Brainchild.
by Nco November 23, 2003
 
5.
Nihongo. 1990’s.
1: no problem. No worries.
<i> OH MY GOD-- THE HOUSE IS BURNING, THE CHILDREN ARE SLEEPING, THE INSURANCE ISN'T PAID...</I>

"Daijobu," said the fireman.
by Nco November 17, 2003
 
6.
<i>over-achiever</i>
1: A person who is motivated by their ideals. An intra-competitive person often marked by abandoning that which hinders their ideals.
2: One who strives for various degrees of near perfection. see H.U.M.A.S.
3: Someone that desires more than is needed.
The over-achiever would not get married until she found the perfect father for her future babies. She died alone in her early fifties.
by Nco November 19, 2003
 
7.
Deep thought.
A cliché that means deep thought.
The action of people thinking underwater.

also:

Main Entry: 1fath·om
Pronunciation: 'fa-th&m
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English fadme, from Old English fæthm outstretched arms, length of the outstretched arms; akin to Old Norse fathmr fathom, Latin patEre to be open, pandere to spread out, Greek petannynai
Date: before 12th century
1 : a unit of length equal to six feet (1.83 meters) used especially for measuring the depth of water
2 : COMPREHENSION
The first year composition students could not fathom another way to write without the use of trite words.
by Nco November 15, 2003