An online dictionary where people write defintions of slang terms. Unfortunately, there are more than a handful of users who love nothing more than to make insulting definitions that do not define the term they are "defining" at all.
<Good Urban Dictionary user> Okay, here's my defintion for "civic": A cheap and reliable economy car good for everyday driving.
<Bad Urban Dictionary user> *reads GUDS's definition* What the fuck, that's bullshit. It's a faggot car that gay-assAzN gangstas rice the shit out of. I hate Civics and their drivers, all of them! AND I HATE COLORED PEOPLE TOO, FOR NO REASON, WHITE POWER LOLZ
By far the best game in the universe. GameSpot, G4TV, and everyone else who says it sucks are LYING.
It's got brake slammin', CB talkin' action, 1000s of miles of highways and byways across America, and best of all, this game lets you win every time. YOU'RE WINNER! But watch out for the Ultimate Traffic Stopper: A Police Roadblock!
<Random person> Hey, I got a new game!
<gs68> What it is?
<Random person> Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing!
<gs68> YOU'RE WINNER!
A letter, often containing a story, that promises something good if sent to x people (or in the case of MySpace, reposted) in y minutes, and often comes with a consequence if not reposted.
These are very popular on MySpace, and in some cases chain letters threaten account deletion if not reposted. They are very annoying and clutter up the bulletins.
These letters are NOT TRUE. Trust me; I've ignored various chain letters with something along the lines of "repost or you will die" and I'm still alive and well. If I do die, it will have nothing to do with a chain letter.
<Random person A> I got one of those chain letters. If I don't repost this by midnight tonight then I apparantly will be killed off by a ghost. What do I do?
<Random person B> Ignore it. Whoever made that is trying to clutter up e-mail servers.