6 definitions by heavyweightboxer

A person with a little bit of money who thinks that their small bankroll gives them the right to discard manners and class. Literally, "the new douche."
PERSON 1: Check out that ass-hat in the "stunna shades" arguing with the hotel manager because they won't give him a free upgrade to a penthouse on a sold-out night.
PERSON 2: He won't even take off his shades to argue with the guy!
PERSON 1: It's probably to protect his eyes from all the cubic zirconium he's wearing to look like "ice."
PERSON 2: Welcome to the nouveau douche.
by heavyweightboxer May 30, 2010
A place (club, bar, etc.) full of tools.
There were so many douchebag tools coming out of the club... frickin' Home Depot tonight.
by heavyweightboxer May 30, 2011
Gamer slang expanding to more use with peepz from the 80s. Term for "money," based on the money system used in the original "The Legend of Zelda." To "get rupee" is to get money by either hard work, hustlin', or killing Octoroks.
Dayum, gonna cost madd rupee for that new game comin' out.

Let's roll out, I got me a lil extra rupee.
by heavyweightboxer August 15, 2007
Being eliminated from a position or social setting in the wake of posting stupid and/or offensive crap on Twitter.
"Always-On" Adam Orth became a victim of Twittercide today, being let go from Microsoft after managing to piss off nearly any XBox gamer with his dumbass #dealwithit remarks.
by heavyweightboxer April 10, 2013
Added on after something is "for the win." Opposite of ftw or "for the win." Implies that whatever is "for the win" isn't that great, or that the second option is better or makes more sense.

Derived from the game show "Hollywood Squares," where a celebrity picked "for the block" will prevent another from winning.
Guy 1: Dude, I don't know which chick to go out with.
Guy 2: Hello! Jessica for the win!
Guy 3: Man, F that noise... Molly for the block!
by heavyweightboxer September 02, 2007
ftb
Short for "for the block," added on after something is "for the win." Opposite of ftw or "for the win." Implies that whatever is "for the win" isn't that great, or that the second option is better or makes more sense.

Derived from the game show "Hollywood Squares," where a celebrity picked "for the block" will prevent another from winning.
PERSON 1: Dude, I'm hungry.
PERSON 2: Burger King ftw!
PERSON 3: Uh, no, McDonald's ftb fool.
by heavyweightboxer September 02, 2007

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