The term "Barack" is used as a verb in place of the work "rock" when talking about something President Obama has said or done.
"Wow, did you see that speech lastnight? He Baracked the crowd!"
The phrase "thanks for playing" is said arrogantly towards someone who you've just proved wrong.
Dustin: "Michael Turner led the league in rushing in 2008"
Craig: "That would be Adrian Peterson not Michael Turner...but Thanks For Playing!"
An exaggerated fabrication of a real life event used to enhance an otherwise boring story.
Brad (to a good looking female): I got third row seats to the World Series from my uncle. It was a great time.
Craig: Brad, you were top row at Spring Training
Brad: Craig, shut up.
Craig: What man? I'm just pointing out the BME.
(verb) The act of backing away from a ground ball while looking away, closing your eyes and sweeping your glove out to your sides in hopes to field the ball.
"Wow, did you see that? That guy was so afraid, he tried to parpagene that ground ball!"
When an individual cheers for a team when they're in the playoffs, but doesn't actually watch the games, even when they get the low budget cable station the game is being televised on.
What the bandwagon says happened: "Dude, that game last night was incredible! Boston totally outplayed Chicago! Go Bruins!!!"
What actually happened: The bandwagon watched a few minutes of the game and then fell asleep only to wake up the next morning, check their phone and find out that Boston won in overtime.