Statement of extreme disgust or hatred by which one wishes harm on another. The phrase became popular in early 2006 following a news story that drew national attention to a policy by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission of arresting drunks inside bars. The TABC began receiving a large volume of hate mail from around the country, and in a follow-up story TABC spokesperson Carolyn Beck was quoted as saying, "I don't really understand the hateful outrage. I don't understand, 'Die in a fire'."
Congress: Let's investigate the NSA's spying program. NSA: Die in a fire
Common internet slang using an intentional misspelling of "the" and "gay" and used primarily to indicate that something is gay or unmanly. Alternately used to mock those who treat homosexuality as a disease which can be contracted by contact with homosexuals or even exposure to their culture.
"Soccer is teh ghey."
"If you let your children watch Will & Grace it will make them teh ghey."
A physics term describing the movement of an electron withing an atom from one energy state to another without passing through any intermediate levels. It was adopted into popular slang to refer to a sudden advance (especially in science or technology) that seems much more rapid than the normal evolution in that field. The term may also denote sudden, positive social shifts.
Leslie Iwerks produced the first synchronized-sound cartoon, "Steamboat Willie," which represented a quantum leap forward in animation technology.
The Gutenberg press, an invention featuring moveable type, represented a quantum leap forward for people in the 15th century.
Email represented a quantum leap forward in productivity in the 1990s.
Systems of 'self defense' taught by marginally skilled instructors that have little practical application in real world situations; so named because McMartial Arts dojos or dojangs offer a relatively cheap, low quality 'product' and are often found in the same strip malls as fast food restaurants. McMartial Arts instructors typically focus on flashy, relatively useless, moves and tournament competitions, while offering their students rapid belt advancement that fails to reflect their true skill level.
Did you see that McMartial Arts chain that opened up a place down on 7th street by the Arby's?
That guy really shouldn't have tried using his McMartial Arts in a bar fight.
Aa microwaveable meal of cheese and meat wrapped up in a flaky crust that was first introduced in 1983. Hot pockets became famous for their "crisping sleve" which allowed the pocket crust to become crispy in the microwave, and for their repetitive advertising jingle consisting of just the words "Hot Pocket".
Interest in Hot Pockets had a revival of sorts with a comedy routine where Jim Gaffigan talks about his love-hate relationship with this less-than-healthy food product.
What was the idea behind Hot Pockets? Was there a marketing meeting somewhere, "Hey I got an idea: How about we take a Pop-Tart and fill it with really nasty meat? You could cook it in a sleeve thing, dunk it in a toilet."