This can describe anything in any positive way, really. It just sounds really dumb, and if you use it in any context, everyone who hears you will assume that you're an emotionally handicapped chimpanzee.
That bagel is xtreme!
That lightbulb is xtreme!
That pair of shoes is xtreme!
This person is an elitist who cares only about how prestigious their jobs and/or college degrees are. They consider people who attend top notch schools that aren't quite "elite" - such as Rice, Northwestern, and Duke - to be pretty dumb. If anyone isn't a doctor, lawyer, investment banker, or prominent politician, then a prestige whore is simply too "elite" to talk to this TTT.
After the prestige whore retook his 1480 SAT in hopes of getting into Harvard, he jumped off of a cliff after learning that his score declined.
Magazine that reports the news; it makes a yearly ranking of all of the universities in America. Before that pure evil ranking system came out, no school was really considered a ttt. Now, there are the ivies, MIT, Stanford, CalTech, a few liberal arts colleges...and a bunch of pieces of dung.
A more selective, cheaper, smaller, more intellectually stimulating subunit of an otherwise less selective university. Most public universities have one of these, and most of them are pretty difficult to get into; 1300+ sat, top of high school class, etc.
Penn State: ttt. Schreyer (Penn State Honors): 1337.
Baseball statistic meaning On base percentage Plus Slugging percentage. Those who can't play baseball watch baseball with their buddies. Those who can't watch baseball with their buddies watch it alone. Those who are so devoid of lives that they can't watch it alone create meaningsless baseball statistics.
Juan Pierre has a low OPS, but he's still a good player. Suck on that!
Also, see moneyball.
Quarterback for the New England Patriots, he's a decent player. Like the rest of the team, he puts up pretty good numbers but nothing fantastic. He is not one of the best QB's in football; he just happens to QB the best team in football.
Peyton Manning > Tom Brady
Donovan McNabb > Tom Brady
Daunte Culpepper > Tom Brady
Brett Favre > Tom Brady
Trent Green > Tom Brady
Michael Vick > Tom Brady
Ben Roethlisberger > Tom Brady
Byron Leftwich > Tom Brady