Knowing what someone is going to do on the Internet before they do it.
Jane: Julia is going to blog about her phone conversation with Nick, Rex is going to read it and comment, and then all hell will break loose.
Jim: How the hell do you know that?
Jane: I told you. I'm interpathic.
A pasta dish so rich and fattening that it will require you to have a coronary angioplasty when you are finished eating.
Boy: Oooh they have penne with gorgonzola alfredo sauce. I'm getting that.
Girl: Easy with the angiopasta, fatty.
A quick upward motion of one's chin. It's the opposite motion to a head nod. Can be used as a greeting, or to indicate an item or person to someone else. Most commonly used by men.
John: Hey man, which girl are you going for?
Steve: (chindicates in direction of girl)
Sarah: Hon, where did you put the bag from the store?
Rick: (chindicates in direction of bag)
Sarah: I don't understand what you're saying. USE YOUR WORDS.
Sunglasses that someone keeps on at inappropriate times, such as during a group lunch or dinner, while talking with one person about a serious topic, or in any indoor venue. One wears shunglasses to shut out other people.
Amit: Something's bothering me that I want to talk to you about.
Soren: Ya man, shoot.
Amit: Take off your goddamned shunglasses, asshole. This is serious.
Slang for "convenience charge," the fee that Ticketmaster
adds to your ticket price to cover their overhead, labor costs, and hosting bills.
Her: Hang on, this show is only 20 bucks. Why the hell is my credit card about to be charged $32.50??
Him: Yeah, that would be the inconvenience charge. Bastards.
A statuesque and exceedingly thin woman who accompanies a narcissistic, divorced, or unconfident man on outings. Like arm candy
, but with plastic surgery and gold heels. She will never be his trophy wife
, however. That's not how she rolls.
-Hey, is Doug's divorce final yet?
-Yeah, and he's bringing his new trophy skeleton to the club tonight. She's gotta be a foot taller than he is.
The courtesy reboot occurs when you are using your computer for a time-sensitive purpose, such as writing a report or making a presentation in a meeting. Without notice or even a BSOD
, your screen blanks out and your computer reboots. On restart you frequently receive a cheery "update installed!" message, which makes your blood boil.
Presenter: Now let's take a look at the FY09 budget numbers, which we need submit in the next 20 minutes.
(Screen blanks out)
Attendee: Looks like you're going to have to wait for that courtesy reboot first, pal.