It's everything and nothing at the same time. This is a very versatile word that can be used in any situation to replace any word. It is commonly used as a filler to prevent outside listeners from including themselves in a conversation.
Sheven found its roots in the small town of Lamoni IA where it has been spread by word of mouth between family and friends.
Guy 1: "I was at Abby's house over the weekend and we shnevened!"
Abreviation for United States of Merica. This is the phrase for a stereotypical 'American' that sees themselves better than everyone else. This term is most commonly seen used in a sarcastic tone and southern drawl to appear as egocentric and to make light of a situation in a joking manner.
"This is the USM."
"The United States of Merica. Speak English or go back to China."
The moment you are left awestruck as a BAMF/knight in shining armor turns out to of been that nobody, clumsy fumbling geek you once knew.
Before(Book 1): Clumsy, forgetful, few to no close friends, toad for a pet
1. He killed Nagini, Voldemort's snake, with the Gryffindor sword, whilst his head ablaze.
2. Stood up to Voldemort, saying boldly he wouldn't join them until 'Hell freezes over'.
3. He kept recruiting Dumbledore's Army even after Harry, Ron and Hermione had left.
I just saw 'Hiccup' in How to Train Your Dragon 2... Longbottomed again!
This factualizes anything you say. This is often used in an argument between friends when one knows they have lost the argument to make them automatically win. It is commonly used by a poor sport or sore loser to gain an upper hand.
It's mainly used as an inside joke/game between friends who understand the meaning of the phrase and who are willing to abide by it to continue the joke.
In a sense it is as the jedi mind trick.
mom: "I told you to take out the garbage 3 times now and it's still here."
Son: "You said you would take it out, automatically boots and barkly!"
mom: "Automatically boots and what? I never said that...."