The sleep-deprived, zombie-like disease of a high-school junior who has overdosed on AP or honors classes and extracurriculars.
A person with junioritis exhibits characteristic tendencies such as caffeine dependence, poor posture, a bleak social life, and basic hatred for anyone without homework. Used as a noun or occasionally as an expletive, if said with enthusiasm.
I was up until three this morning writing an argumentative essay and studying for an AP history exam.
I've got horrible junioritis.
OR Junioritis! Who the heck drank all the Pepsi?
Engaging in a pointless activity; something futile.
Trying to prevent world hunger is just pissing into the wind.
In a bad situation, in a losing position.
The phrase comes from pool (or billiards). When the cue (white) ball is behind the eight (black) ball, a player usually has no shot.
I'm really behind the eight ball at work. I have too much work to do but we can't afford to hire anyone to help out.
One's boyfriend, girlfriend or spouse.
This humorous phrase dates back to the 1800s, when it referred to a powerful or important person. In the 1970s, it began to refer to romantic partners.
1) I'd like you to meet Holly, my main squeeze.
2) The story is about a young man and his main squeeze, a cute coed named Nancy.
The precise moment when you know a tv show, rock band, or actor has gone downhill.
The Brady Bunch jumped the shark the day Cousin Oliver joined the cast.
A HipHop Crew about Warren G, Snoop Doggy Doss and Nate Dog
Memory, with respect to sexually stimulating thoughts and recalled when masturbating.
Did you see that girl dancing on the podium? I've put her in my wank bank.