A low quality cut of beef, as opposed to prime rib.
A: How is your steak?
B: This crap is subprime rib.
To be so concerned with specifics or details that the larger problem, situation or point is missed. Alternate: can't see the woods for the trees. Often said incorrectly as "can't see the forest THROUGH the trees." (English, circa 1500's)
A: I hate the piss and crap all over the place from my wife's cats!
B: Dude, she only has the cats because she knows you hate it and is trying to drive you out. I guess you can't see the forest for the trees.
(noun) A tropical cocktail made famous by "Trader Vic" Bergeron in 1944, after mixing rum, lime, orange curacao, orgeat and syrup, with a spring of mint and fresh fruit garnish. His Tahitian friends named it with their native reply after tasting it, "mai tai" meaning literally "very good". Note that legend has it the drink is based on a recipe by "Don the Beachcomber" Gantt, who also invented the Navy Grog, the Tahitian Rum Punch, the Dr. Funk, and the Zombie.
"I don't care how you make it or what you substitute, I demand a Mai Tai!"
(adjective) British slang for "virtually exact" or "so close as to appear correct."
"I say old chum, when I gave her that bukake it hit her in the eye, or as near as damn it."
One who admires or derives pleasure from (sexually or otherwise) mentally retarded or mongoloid
people, particularly in respect to the legend that when enraged they possess the strength of ten normal men.
A: Dude, why are you running with a bunch of retards, you some kind of mongophile?
B: Hey, I just need a little extra protection, and don't want them knowing what's going down.
Some catch, trick, or error that is hidden in the details, often easily missed.
A: Man, this whiskey is smooth!
B: Dude, it's only 80 proof, you're drinking a liqueur not liquor. Remember, the devil is in the details.
1. A device for measuring the degree to which one is an asshole
2. A device for measuring the degree to which one is full of shit
"Wow, Buck, that story just sent the sphinctometer needle into the brown!"