3 definitions by TheNcredibleEgg

A future contestant on a "Where are they now?" Survivor special who will be caught scheming with Paris and Nicole to vote off Justin.
"Ryan Seacrest, the tribe has spoken."
by TheNcredibleEgg November 20, 2006
Quite possibly the 5 wisest words¹ ever spoken on TV.

¹ Spoken by Barney Fife on the Andy Griffith Show, circa 1960's.
Barney Fife: "Nip it in the bud! You got to nip it in the bud! ... Nip it! You go read any book you want on the subject of child discipline, and you'll find that every one of 'em is in favor of bud-nippin'... Only one way to take care of it."

Andy Taylor: "Nip it."

Fife: "In the bud."
by TheNcredibleEgg October 22, 2006
To seize the snooze.

The opposite of carpe diem which is Latin for "seize the day." This means to go back to sleep.
When waking up early in the morning, a person must decide whether to carpe diem or carpe snooze'em. Usually a internal (sometimes external) debate of the mind occurs, "Carpe diem....carpe snooze'em....carpe diem....carpe snooze'em. Carpe snooze'em." Sadly, the latter usually wins out if the debate ever occurs.
by TheNcredibleEgg October 21, 2006

Free Daily Email

Type your email address below to get our free Urban Word of the Day every morning!

Emails are sent from daily@urbandictionary.com. We'll never spam you.