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4 definitions by Tannen

 
1.
Extended use of lol. "laughing out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud out loud."
Guy 1: I think i ate a bug.
Guy 2: lololololololol... Quiet mortal!
by Tannen September 09, 2007
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2.
A female cat that belongs to Eric Cartman from the cartoon South park,
Mr.Kitty is not commonly seen but there are some episodes about her. one from another site: "Wants whatever Cartman is eating, be it a chocolate chicken pot pie, corned beef cabbage, or beefy roast. Got singed by Cartman's anal probe when it persisted in meowing for his chicken pot pie and pissed him off. In the third season, Cartman calls him Mr. Kitty. Mr. Kitty turns out to be female, and in heat she goes looking for some action. She finds it and brings a lot of other cats home. An orgy ensues, with cats snorting catnip and drinking, passing out and having sex."
Cartman: NOoooo Mr.Kitty, my potpie!
Mr.Kitty: Mreowr?
Cartman: Bad Mr.Kitty!
by Tannen October 03, 2006
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3.
TV
A Evil box of doom that makes kids idiots/stupid/retarded
and can make your grades go from a A+ to a F.
*Me* I dont allways watch TV anymore and im starting to get smarter WOOHOO!
by Tannen October 02, 2005
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4.
TV
Television (often abbreviated to TV, T.V.; sometimes called , telly or the tube, bloob tube or boob tube, or idiot box in British English) is a widely used telecommunication system for broadcasting and receiving moving pictures and sound over a distance. The term may also be used to refer specifically to a television set, programming or television transmission. The word is derived from mixed Latin and Greek roots, meaning "far sight": Greek tele (τῆλε), far, and Latin vision, sight (from video, vis- to see, or to view in the first person).

Since it first became commercially available from the late 1930s, the television set has become a common household communications device in homes and institutions, particularly in the first world, as a source of entertainment and news. Since the 1970s, video recordings on VCR tapes and later, digital playback systems such as DVDs, have enabled the television to be used to view recorded movies and other programs.

A television system may be made up of multiple components, so a screen which lacks an internal tuner to receive the broadcast signals is called a monitor rather than a television. A television may be built to receive different broadcast or video formats, such as high-definition television, or prefferably referred to as (HDTV).
Guy#1: Blimey im bored.
Guy#2: Go watch the TV then.
Guy#1: K.
by Tannen September 23, 2007
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