8 definitions by Tyrone Schiff

When people who are native to Michigan discuss events and occurrences that are only pertinent to those within the state borderlines. This will often lead to a feeling of isolation and misunderstanding to people who are not from Michigan.
Last night Jake was engaging in Michigan Talk with some other people from Michigan and that made me feel unwanted and isolated from the conversation.
by Tyrone Schiff January 29, 2006
If the same girl wakes up in your bed for the majority of a week (x greater than or equal to 4) then you are contractually obligated to engage into a relationship with this individual. This rule does not apply when on vacation, due to the fact that there are frequently less beds and arrangements need to be made to satisfy both parties.
Dude, my roommate just satisfied the four day rule, that must mean they're dating. Sucks for him...
by Tyrone Schiff February 19, 2006
High Voice is used when a sarcastic or untrue comment is made. There are two forms of High Voice.
1) Saying an untrue/sarcastic statement in an actual voice that is high pitched.
2) Saying an untrue/sarcastic statement and then ending the sentence with the phrase "high voice"
High Voice is commonly used in circles of friends in relaxed environments.
It can be abbreviated in speech or when communicating online by saying or typing "hv".

The etymology of the word comes from Hastings, New York in the year 2005. It was used by a pale-kid who took 8 credits a semester at the University of Michigan and accrued massive debt from playing poker.

"Frankel isn't a mooch...high voice."

"Frankel isn't in debt (in a high pitched voice)"

In an e-mail or on AIM:
"Frankel is graduating early hv hv hv."
by Tyrone Schiff April 16, 2006
High Voice is used when a sarcastic or untrue comment is made. There are two forms of High Voice.
1) Saying an untrue/sarcastic statement in an actual voice that is high pitched.
2) Saying an untrue/sarcastic statement and then ending the sentence with the phrase "high voice"
High Voice is commonly used in circles of friends in relaxed environments.
It can be abbreviated in speech or when communicating online by saying or typing "hv".

The etymology of the word comes from Hastings, New York in the year 2005. It was used by a pale-kid who took 8 credits a semester at the University of Michigan and accrued massive debt from playing poker.
"Frankel isn't a mooch...high voice."

"Frankel isn't in debt (in a high pitched voice)"

In an e-mail or on AIM:
"Frankel is graduating early hv hv hv."
by Tyrone Schiff May 04, 2006
The word uttered by Teddy KGB in the film Rounders, in which he goads Mike McDermott to continue to play poker. Outside of this context, it can also be used as an accented usage of the word Quickie, meaning a short sexual encounter with another.

Emphasis MUST be given to pronounciation and accent used. Closer to the actual voice of Teddy KGB would be best.
"Just like a young man coming in for a qvickie."

"Jake just went upstairs to have a qvickie with Caitlin, and I heard she gagged on his cock, and she has "Slut" written on her stomach with two arrows pointed downwards."
by Tyrone Schiff May 04, 2006
A term used to either express or describe the ridiculous nature of an event, individual, or idea. The event, individual, or idea must be quite freaking incredulous in order for it to acquire the descriptor: Goofasaurus.

It is usually directed to another human being and most eloquently summarizes their personality or occurrence that transpired. The word can have both positive and negative connotations based on the context in which the word is used.

Etymology: The only known Dinosaur to have survived until present day. (Kind of paradoxical when you think about it).
"I have a friend and he does the most ridiculous shit, like whine about things, jump off cars, float in a sea of marshmallows. Oh, he is such a Goofasaurus!" said Hamlet.

"You sound like a goofasaurus when you babble about all that nonsense" said Othello.
by Tyrone Schiff June 12, 2007
This non-fiction book was written about one of the most devious mooches ever. The book has not yet been written by acclaimed authors, Tyrone Schiff, Jake Billmeyer, and Joe Tucker, but they have begun brainstorming various chapter titles that will be included in this extremely long read.

The chapter titles are all based on real life events that the three authors of the book witnessed themselves. Although humorous at first glance, the tale is in fact a sad one in which Frankel eventually dies a sad and lonely man due to his mooching.
"A Moocher's Tale: Alex Frankel" was just a number 1 best seller on the New York Times best seller list!

Here are some chapters from the book:

Chapter 89: Asking for money after staying quiet in someone else’s room at 2:31am while they are trying to do homework
Chapter 15: Let me just have a taste of that Verners, I’ve never had it before
Chapter 22: I offered my food to someone else, but Frankel still wanted it
Chapter 18: I needed to try one on the other side of my mouth for full affect, even though he supposedly hates it
Chapter 49: A mooch calling another person a mooch, when they aren’t
Chapter 50: A mooch calling another mooch a mooch
Chapter 1: The Legitimate Mooch
Chapter 45: The IM Mooch
Chapter 27: Using Attire as an excuse to Mooch AKA Usage of a Phone
Chapter 75: I Owe You 50 more cents…No I won’t get you a pickle for 75 cents
Chapter 30: I’m just scoping out your stash…wait, I’m gonna have some of it too
Chapter 48: Why didn’t you save any pizza for me?
Chapter 14: The Piggy Mooch
Chapter 72: Lets just order pickles from Jimmy Johns, and can you pay?
Chapter 58: Sneak Attack Mooch
Chapter 33: The Deja Mooch
Chapter 4: The Ask N’ Go (Why eating a pickle when you’re too tired is bad)
Chapter 42: The Urban Dictionary Mooch (See High Voice & Qvickie)
Chapter 9: The Bluff Mooch
by Tyrone Schiff May 31, 2007

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