7 definitions by The Noam Gnome

Top Definition
The inevitable result of leaning over a creamy cake when wearing a suit and having your tie drop into the cake.

It usually results in a trip to the dry-cleaner.
As they were singing me happy birthday, I stood up and leant over to blow out the candles, my $200 silk tie dropped fell forward and in an instant, it was ruined by Tiecake!
by The Noam Gnome May 03, 2011
The act of being completely oblivious to the verbal and non-verbal cues of others.
Michael: Blah, blah, blah, blah...

Peter: Uh, yes, thank you Michael, uh yep, yep, yep...

Michael: Blah, blah, blah, blah...

(Later)

Darren: Did you see Michael just go on and on and on... he didn't notice Peter was bored stupid with his ramblings.

Kathryn: Yes, he was totally cueless!
by The Noam Gnome August 25, 2011
The inevitable consequence of wearing long, loose-fitting sleeves while eating a roast dinner, curry or stew.
Sadly, I ruined my $500 designer jacket by Gravysleeve.

I was enjoying a delicious stew for dinner and accidentally dipped my sleeve into the brown sauce and not even the magical Mr Wang at the local drycleaner could remove the stain. :-(
by The Noam Gnome May 03, 2011
The act of being the target of a virtual (or actual) sniper.
Sheesh! I was minding my own business almost drifting off to sleep in the staff meeting and I got sniped by Kelly. Out of nowhere she told the meeting about me sending her the photocopy of my butt cheeks last week.
by The Noam Gnome May 03, 2011
A contradictory contribution.

Also can be used in the form "Contrabictory"
Adam: The best place for the water cooler is in the north-east corner of the office.

Kelly: Obviously, with the kitchen in the south-west corner, the water cooler should be in the south-west corner.

Darren: Thank you for your helpful contrabiction Kelly.
by The Noam Gnome May 03, 2011
The opposite of "over exaggerate".

To claim something is a lot less/smaller than it really is.

Can also be used in the forms "Underaggerating" and "Underaggerate"
Kathryn: How much do you get paid?

Darren: GYFNO

Kathryn: Come on, tell me. You know I'll find out anyway.

Darren: If you must know, $70,000 per year

Kathryn: That's the worst case of underaggeration I've ever heard!
by The Noam Gnome August 25, 2011
The inevitable result of trying to eat a microwaved (sloppy) pie while driving a car and wearing a suit.

Microwave meat pies are notoriously sloppy and tend to collapse mid-way through. When the eater is wearing a suit, the hot sloppy filling drops onto his tie, ruining it and causing embarrassment for the rest of the day.
I was driving at 60 when my hot meat pie collapsed and gave me Tiepie.

My $200 silk tie was ruined!
by The Noam Gnome May 04, 2011
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