Derived from the expression "get a room." When couples constantly leave romantic, mushy or suggestive messages on each other's Facebookwall for everyone else to see, someone else may tell them to "get an inbox already" and carry on in private.
Sadie: I love you SO FUCKING MUCH ahhhhhhh Im gonna die from how much I love you <3 <3 <3
When video game companies use made-up, exciting terms to describe the normal and mundane features of their consoles or games. Sega used the term "blast processing" to describe their console's capabilities in the nineties.
So Heavy Rain has a "dynamic scenario system." Does it have blast processing, too?
A term of comparison used to describe something that is normally nerdy or uncool, but in a certain place is popular and may get you laid. Derived from how the computer game Starcraft is hugely popular and televised in South Korea, and its best players are treated as celebrities.
Being a Spock lookalike is no field trip. Except in trekkie conventions. Then it's like Starcraft in Korea.
When a girl's Facebook status changes to "single", there is at least one friend who will comment saying "inbox now", meaning that they need to chat in private. This usually just draws more attention to the fact.