(n) an online user who still knows how to spell and use basic sentence structure
> stfu n00b u sukc ih8u gfy
(n) 1. the main character in the comic strip of the same name, created by Scott Adams, depicting an empolyee who works in a cubicle for a clueless boss at a large company
2. any real-life office employee who embodies some characteristics of the Dilbert character
3. a loser
See also: Dilbertesque
The young Dilbert tried in vain to sell his boss on the new technology, but his boss told him to shut up and consider himself lucky he even HAS a Coleco.
(n) an Oakland rapper from the early 1990s named Stanley Kirk Burrell who liked to wear parachute pants while performing his MANY hits:
1. U Can't Touch This (1990, #8)
2. Have You Seen Her (1990, #4)
3. Pray (1990, #2)
4. 2 Legit 2 Quit (1992, #5)
5. Addams Groove (1992, #7)
6. Pumps and a Bump (1994, #26)
I have to take issue with the unfair characterization of M.C. Hammer as a one-hit wonder: he may be bankrupt and washed-up, but give the man credit for his multiple hits! Hasn't he suffered enough, going through life as a black man named Stanley?
(n) a lame excuse for obese pigs to claim they are on a "diet" while they gorge themselves with excessive amounts of fatty meat, cheese, butter, and lard
(aka Fatkins Diet)
I'm on the Atkins Diet. Yesterday, I ate a 12-egg omelette, 36 sausage links, a brick of Cheddar cheese, 2 jars of peanuts, 4 sticks of butter, a 32-ounce steak wrapped in bacon, a pork roast, and a can of Crisco for dessert. The only reason I gained 135 pounds was because I accidentally inhaled a crouton.
Paranoid about "hackers" spying on him, my boss insists on sending all correspondence via snail mail, which means I can't use my spam filter to ignore him.
slightly more shocking than !
but not quite as shocking as !!!
Exclamation points always seem to come in ones and threes!!
1. (n) a collaboration of web pages which use a common phrase in the names of hyperlinks to the same address for the explicit purpose of making that address appear at the top of the list when that phrase is typed into a Google search engine. (This phenomenon is unique to Google
since most other search engines don't include text from hyperlinks in their databases.)
2. (v) (-ed,-ing) to conspire with other web page authors to create a Google bomb by agreeing on the search phrase and victim site
The most famous Google bomb can be triggered by searching for "miserable failure". As of 1/8/04, the White House biography of George W. Bush is still at top of the list. Some counterstrikes have been made on Jimmy Carter's bio and Michael Moore's website, which now appear second and third respectively.