Noun - an individual who breaks into a conversation with irrelevant information meant only to satisfy one's need to participate.
See: nuisance, pest, stupid, why are you talking, why are you talking out your ass, pain in the ass, negative stimulus
See also "unwanted remarks"
If pilots Joe and Bob were talking about how to properly land a 747 on wet tarmac, the Chimer, (who works as an accountant) will interject how he or she once took a 747 to Bermuda and the landing was bad.
Verb - To run; to get somewhere fast; to rush, to hurry.
Derived from NES video games where the "B" button allowed the controlled character to run, thus helping the character complete a mission or task such as jumping over wide gaps or running past enemies before being attacked.
If we are going to make the movie, we gotta B-it over there.
Julie's mom came home early so I had to B-it out of her house.