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31 definitions by bandcampgirl183

 
15.
A spokesbimbo, similar to a spokesperson, is a woman whose beauty and/or breasts are used to help sell a product.
"Anna Nicole Smith was the spokesbimbo for Trimspa."
by bandcampgirl183 February 08, 2007
 
16.
A stupid thing boys say in early elementary school that has no real purpose. Kid A will tag kid B, and then as kid A is running away as fast as possible, he will yell "got you last no returns!" which means that kid B is tagged, and can't tag kid A back. Kid B will say to himself "darn!" but that is about the extent of its impact on his life.
Sometimes kid B will try to tag kid A back, before kid A can say "got you last no returns," but kid A is prepared for this, and will jump backwards so as to be out of kid B's reach.
Again, none of this has any real purpose, because it is not in the context of a game of tag; it is just random.
As we were passing the other second grade class, two boys from the other line ran through our entire line tagging everyone saying "got you last no returns" to each of us, as fast as they could.

Four years later, the same two boys still had not gotten over the fascination of got you last no returns, and as one of them was passing by me, he tagged me... but, not thinking, he accidently tagged my chest. I think this surprised both of us, because he ran away even faster than usual.
by bandcampgirl183 September 27, 2005
 
17.
A small town, or a town with a very small center of town.
Stick your head out the window, and you're plum out of town! ie, a "stick 'n plum town."
by bandcampgirl183 September 15, 2005
 
18.
Yet another word for female cum.
Eating her out was kind of mediocre, but then she came and I tasted her booney juice, and I was in heaven.
by bandcampgirl183 October 25, 2005
 
19.
A person who never closes windows when they are done with them, but simply minimizes them. This is especially relating to web browser windows. The person's rational for doing this is the same as what New Hampshire's new state motto should be: It Might Come In Handy.
Example of one situation in which a person might be a minimizing addict:
"I googled his name, but hardly any websites came up, so I thought hmm, maybe I spelled it wrong... so I minimized Google, and opened a new browser window and went to his college's website, but I couldn't find him there either, so I thought wait! I think he transfered! So I minimzed that window, and opened a new one to go to the other college, and then...."
by bandcampgirl183 September 30, 2005
 
20.
1. A spelling competition in which the participants have to spell the words orally, and sometimes (especially for the finalists) in front of an audience.

2. A character in Norton Juster's The Phantom Tollbooth, which is a play as well as a book. The main character is a boy named Milo, who leads a boring, predictable life, until a magic tollbooth appears in his room, and he goes to the worlds of Dictionopolis and Digitopolis. The spelling bee is, literally, a spelling bee-- an actual bee who spells words as he speaks them. The Phantom Tollbooth is a fantastic "children's" book, though adults can enjoy it as well, as they will get more of its jokes.
Sidenote that has nothing to do with understanding the definition, but is cool: my name is Rachel, and The Phantom Tollbooth was the play my class did in 5th grade. I was the spelling bee. The only other person I have ever met who even knew there WAS a play, was also named Rachel, also did the play in 5th grade, and was also the spelling bee. We are the same age, so it is possible that we were rehearsing and learning our lines simultaneously, though we didn't meet until we were cabin-mates at camp a few years later.
1. Person running the spelling be: Okay, the next word is "antidisestablishmentarianism."
Poor little 4th grader: Ummmmm..... come again?
(because most 4th graders don't say: WTF? How the hell am I supposed to spell that, I can't even pronounce it!)

2. The spelling bee is the best part in The Phantom Tollbooth, seeing as how the other leads were divided into 3 or 4 parts, including a sex change for Milo.
by bandcampgirl183 September 14, 2005
 
21.
When you are so anxious and eager to get new correspondence that you are constantly refreshing every web browser window you have open.
Example of a refreshing routine:
*REFRESH* nope.... no new e-mail on hotmail.... *REFRESH* darn... no new Facebook notifications on gmail.... wait maybe they just haven't gotten there quite yet and I should go check Facebook right this second to see if anything's come in! *REFRESH* oh well. But maybe by now there's a hotmail message! *REFRESH* For real?? There's gotta be a hotmail message by now *REFRESH*
by bandcampgirl183 November 14, 2007