(adj) Something which arouses no interest at all.
Used to politely avoid admitting this, which indirectly expresses your indifference.
Yes, your bottle cap collection is interesting.
1. To engage in romantic/sexual activity with another at a party/gathering.
Usually, one or both partners are under the influence of alcohol, or another judgement imparing drug. "Hooking up" usually involves little or no emotional attachment.
2. An exchange. To give/recieve/share an asset, or something of value, usually something that is tangible.
"Hooking up" is most commonly used in reference to the sale/exchange of illict drugs.
1. Sally is always hooking up with guys at parties.
2. Sally is hooking me up with some crack later this afternoon.
Used to express joy; satisfaction. Commonly used by those of higher intelligence.
Ted: I got you those 40's of OE you asked for.
(adj) Something slightly laughable; amusing.
Commonly used in describing something which provokes amusement/entertainment in a very unamused, occasionally sarcastic, manner.
Bob: Did you hear the one about the horse and the Mexican hooker?
Mike: Yes, it's quite comical.
Used in expressing extreme joy or happiness; satisfaction.
Originated from expressing hysterical joy, and using the term radical
to describe dirtbikes. The phrase "radical dirtbikes" eventually grew to mean feeling extreme joy over anything.
I just won the lottery! Radical dirtbikes!
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