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To be "on the train" means to be single and in pursuit of someone to spend the day and/or night, without the intent of perusing a relationship with that person.

On Valentine's Day the only way to "get off the train" would be to find a date, to give up in the pursuit of finding a date or when the clock strikes midnight and you're all alone.

Related: To be on the desperation train / To be on the train of despair / To be riding the train.
- What are your plans for V-day?
- I'm on the train this year.
- No worries dude, you'll be off the train way before V-day.
by a66spam February 01, 2014
On Valentine's Day the only way to "get off the train" would be to find a date, to give up in the pursuit of finding a date or when the clock strikes midnight and you're all alone.

To be on the train means to be single and in pursuit of someone to spend the day and/or night, without the intent of perusing a relationship with that person.

Related: To be on the train /To be on the desperation train / To be on the train of despair / To be riding the train.
- What are your plans for V-day?
- I'm on the train this year.
- No worries dude, you'll be off the train way before V-day.
by a66spam February 01, 2014
To be "on the desperation train" means to be single and in pursuit of someone to spend the day and/or night, without the intent of perusing a relationship with that person.

On Valentine's Day the only way to "get off the train" would be to find a date, to give up in the pursuit of finding a date or when the clock strikes midnight and you're all alone.

Related: To be on the train / To be on the train of despair / To be riding the train / To be off the train.
- What are your plans for V-day?
- I'm on the desperation train this year.
- No worries dude, you'll be off the train way before V-day.
by a66spam February 01, 2014
To be "on the train of despair" means to be single and in pursuit of someone to spend the day and/or night, without the intent of perusing a relationship with that person.

On Valentine's Day the only way to "get off the train" would be to find a date, to give up in the pursuit of finding a date or when the clock strikes midnight and you're all alone.

Related: To be on the desperation train / To be on the train of despair / To be riding the train / To be on the train / To be off the train.
- What are your plans for V-day?
- I'm on the train of despair this year.
- No worries dude, you'll be off the train way before V-day.
by a66spam February 01, 2014
To be "riding the train" means to be single and in pursuit of someone to spend the day and/or night, without the intent of perusing a relationship with that person.

On Valentine's Day the only way to "get off the train" would be to find a date, to give up in the pursuit of finding a date or when the clock strikes midnight and you're all alone.

Related: To be on the train / To be on the desperation train / To be on the train of despair.
- What are your plans for V-day?
- I'm riding the train this year.
- No worries dude, you'll be off the train way before V-day.
by a66spam February 01, 2014
"To go to Las Vegas to gamble. To go straight from work to the airport to take a nightly flight to Vegas on Delta Airlines in the middle of the week and fly back in the morning and go straight to work."
"You're doing another Delta run this week?!, dude you need serious help"
by a66spam May 05, 2015
Straight Points are used by comparing someone's personality traits, behavior and vocabulary to the average male or female heterosexual of the same sex in order to taunt, underline or put into question someone's sexual orientation.

The straight points are usually deducted by presenting traits of the opposed sex such as wearing makeup for men and playing or watching sports for women, but they can also be added when someone's presenting other traits that coincide with the ones of an average heterosexual of the same sex.
You lose 10 straight points for bringing your man-purse to the bar.

He loses 5 straight points for having an white iPhone but he gains 15 for driving a motorcycle.

How many straight points we'll deduct him for ordering a Cherry Cola?
by a66spam June 12, 2013

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