Noun. An expedition involving the acquisition of some good, usually perceived as essential, when in fact completely unnecessary. Because errands involve a component of travel, they are often confused for a leisure activity. From the root, errant, aimless.
I had a busy day today running errands.
Noun. A malicious satisfaction in the misfortunes of yourself.
I'm just going to stay in tonight and sulk: I'm really feeling the autoschadenfreude.
Wearing jeans simltaneously with a jean jacket.
Nice denim leisure suit.
adj. Complicating otherwise simple things in order to make life more of a struggle, and therefore more interesting. See also autoschadenfreude
"I can't go to that party tonight; I'm feeling too lonely."
"Dude, why do you gotta be so antimonious?"
Noun. A cosmetic accessory usually worn on a visible limb. It is often confused for medical paraphernalia though it has no medicinal value: anything that can be fixed with a Band Aid wasn't broken to begin with.
"Ow! I really hurt myself!"
"Here's a Band Aid."
"Thanks, now I'm better."
A preference for jeans, even in the work place and "grown up" world; an aversion to slacks.
I can't go to that client meeting! I have serious pants allergies!
When well-off people (esp. white people) shop quickly, resulting in the rapid accumulation of goods from Banana Republic, J. Crew, Williams Sonoma and Pottery Barn.
Also, shopping for real estate.
He just spent four hours in SoHo doing some serious hegemonic power shopping; he must have spent at least two grand.