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7 definitions by Urban Philosopher

 
1.
1. A term used to describe someone who has disappeared for a long amount of time.

2. Slang for Cowboy.
"Where did Jimmy go? I haven't seen him in hours."
"I don't know. Jimmy's such a Wernig."

"He rode up to school listening to Toby Keith."
"All he needs is boots and a cowboy hat and he'd be a total Wernig."
by Urban Philosopher November 23, 2009
 
2.
1. A metrosexual male with a large amount of chest hair.

2. A girl born in th 90's who acts and dresses like a hippy. Is prone to car accidents.
"Did you see how he left his shirt open? It was disgusting. He's such a Swainston."

"She said she was listening to Bob Dylan when her car collided with that tree. She's a total Swainston."
by Urban Philosopher November 24, 2009
 
3.
1. A cookie made of meat that typically has cheese inside it. Best served warm.

2. Slang for Animal Cracker.
"Meat Cookies are best served with melted cheese."

"That Meat Cookie was in the shape of a camel."
by Urban Philosopher November 23, 2009
 
4.
A 1953 play written by Arthur Miller. It is a dramatization of the Salem witchcraft trials that took place in Province of Massachusetts Bay during 1692 and 1693. Miller wrote the play as a response to McCarthyism, when the US government blacklisted accused communists. Miller himself was to be questioned by the House of Representatives' Committee on Un-American Activities in 1956 and convicted of "contempt of Congress" for failing to identify others present at meetings he had attended. It was first performed at the Martin Beck Theater on Broadway on January 22, 1953. The reviews of the first production, which Miller felt was stylized and too cold, were largely hostile, although The New York Times noted "a powerful play in a driving performance." Nonetheless, the production won the 1953 "Best Play" Tony Award. A year later a new production succeeded and the play became a classic. Today it is studied in high schools and universities, because of its status as a revolutionary work of theater and for its allegorical relationship to testimony given before the House Committee On Un-American Activities during the 1950s. It is a central work in the canon of American drama.
"Our high school theatre company performed The Crucible."
"Oh yeah. How did that go?"
"Very well. The Crucible has a message that is still relevant today. People loved it."
by Urban Philosopher November 26, 2009
 
5.
n. The moment of joy someone who sews a lot gets upon entering a large fabric store.
"Terrinice and I went to Joann's Fabric to get some craft supplies. She ended up having a fabrigasm as soon as we entered the store and wanted to touch everything."
by Urban Philosopher December 07, 2009
 
6.
1. (noun) Someone who is incredibly awkward.

2. (adjective) As if being ridiculously awkward.

3. (verb) Being so awkward it's funny.
"She made a sexist joke in a room of women's rights supporters. She was such an Old Ham."

"Was it just me or was that a completely Old Ham situation? Everybody was staring like something was wrong."

"Man, I was so Old Hamming on stage. I just got out there and blanked."
by Urban Philosopher November 24, 2009
 
7.
A ridiculous, fake conversation in which on-lookers believe is real.
Girl one: "You're pregnant?"
Girl two: "Yes. I am."
On-Looker: "Wait? What? You're preganant?!"
Girl two walks off dramtically. Girl one follows. On-looker is confused. Girl one and two laugh.
Girl one and two: "Haha, they totally believed our converscene!"
by Urban Philosopher January 22, 2010