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8 definitions by Tsunami Lu

 
1.
Taken from the word “disrespect”. To insult someone disrespectfully.
For example:

Jim: “Sally, you’re a whore.”

Sally: Don’t diss me, Jim. I’ll beat yo ass.”
by Tsunami Lu March 19, 2009
 
2.
A circular object held aloft by the neck and shoulders, usually containing brains. The sentence, “give me head” can also be used when asking someone to suck on one’s penis. This is not a recommended course of action, however, and will most likely only result in the speaker’s own genital pain.
For example:

Jim: “Give me head. Now.”

Sally: “Who do you think you are, Kanye West?” *Kicks Jim in the eye*.
by Tsunami Lu March 19, 2009
 
3.
An expression of ownership. The phrase, “You got OWNED!” usually follows a particularly impressive insult or win. It is important to remember, however, that you cannot “own” an individual who has recently “owned” you. This will take away from the expression’s effectiveness and make you look like a tool.
For example:

Sally: “You got owned!”

Jim: *Gives Sally the finger*. “Now who owns who, huh?”

Sally: *Walks away, because Jim is obviously oblivious to the ownership rule*.
by Tsunami Lu March 19, 2009
 
4.
An insult given to a gullible, clueless, or easily persuaded individual. When used as a noun, a tool is simply an object that can make an impossible task possible. (i.e., removing a screw without a screwdriver)
For example:

Mary: “Pass me a tool, Sally.”

Sally: *Innocently picks up Jim and deposits him at Mary’s feet.*
by Tsunami Lu March 19, 2009
 
5.
A word of which the true meaning is known only by the user. Can be used to describe either a shady event/location/person, or a cool event/location/person. Has also been used to express degrees of confusion.
For example:

Sally: “Jim’s acting sketchy as hell.”

Mary: “What do you mean? That word makes no sense.”
by Tsunami Lu March 19, 2009
 
6.
Not to be confused with “ill”. “Sick” is a term applied to anything cool or desirable. One could also use “sick” in terms of expressing enthusiasm.
For example:

Jim: “I got you a pet monkey for Hanukah.”

Sally: “Sick!”
by Tsunami Lu March 19, 2009
 
7.
An overused label applied to an academically successful high school / university student. Has recently been broadened to include anyone who reads recreationally and has an average higher than 60%.
For example:

Jim: “Sally, you should die your hair blonde and stop acting intelligent. People might think you’re a browner.”

Sally: *Gasps in mock dismay*. I’ll get right on that, Jim.
by Tsunami Lu March 19, 2009