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10 definitions by Zigbigidorlu

 
1.
The fundamental opposite of I Love You. Though this can be used without necessarily feeling the lack of love for an individual, usage within a relationship can and will cause the counterpart to instantly lose all interest in you instantly.

Usage outside a relationship, however, can have some positive effects. For instance, an annoying individual who hangs around you against your choice could be the receiving end of "I Hate You", and then likely find another individual to bother.
Man: I hate you because you slept with my uncle's girlfriend's third step-brother in-law's baby sister's great grandfather's son's daughter's friend's brother. D<
Wife: ... isn't that you?
Man: ... Oh, right.
Wife: I WANT A DIVORCE D<
by Zigbigidorlu January 15, 2007
 
2.
To love in such a way that it's not considered to "be in love", but to be connected enough to a person to share conversation about anything with. Greater than a best friend, but also lesser than a lover.
I luff her, because she and I can speak about anything and share our thoughts and ideas with one another.
by Zigbigidorlu January 17, 2006
 
3.
"Olive soup" is a term recently coined as symbolism of the words "I love you" in that, if spoken, it forms the same mouth patterns as such. Often it is used by those who feel the current situation may not be appropriate for the statement "I love you", but at the same point may wish to express this anyhow.

Mostly used to keep those around the person(s) feeling comfortable, as expressions of love can make some feel squeamish.
Person one: Olive soup.
Person two: You too ^_^
by Zigbigidorlu May 23, 2005
 
4.
12 shots, usually taken in a short period of time. Can also pertain to gunplay, but usually associated with liquor
I can drink a clock of shots, and not even get a buzz. But give me two beers, and I'm done.
by Zigbigidorlu January 22, 2013
 
6.
Short for "Who the, what the?"
Used to convey confusion, usually in reference to an unknown word.
Person: The event is fubared.
Myself: The event is Whodawhada?
by Zigbigidorlu November 02, 2006
 
7.
Short for "Who the, what the?"
Used to convey confusion, usually in reference to an unknown word.
Person: The event is fubared.
Myself: The event is Whodawhada?
by Zigbigidorlu November 01, 2006