18 definitions by hexis

1) Any crack in a couch that swallows things.

and, by extension,

2) A crotch, usually dirty.

Origin: Onomatopoeic.
1) Where's the remote control? Umm... check in the ure.

2) I would ask her out, but I hear she's got a filthy ure.
by Hexis July 25, 2008

An unnanounced hiatus in a text conversation, which can last any amount of time. It usually occurs when one of the conversing parties leaves their computer, or turns off their phone, and the remaining party is left hanging. Often the remaining chatter will fill the text chasm with assinine remarks, mistaking the chasm for speechlessness. When the missing chatter returns, sometimes the next day, the text chasm is collapsed.
Chatter 1: 'Yeah they totally rocked the house last night"
Chatter 2: "For sure, what an amazing set."
Chatter 1 now leaves, creating a text chasm.

Chatter 2: "That keyboardist was smokin hot."
Chatter 2: "Did you see the guitarist fall over? What a loser."
Chatter 2: "I fucked your sister last night."

Chatter 1 returns much later, reads the last comment and is upset.
by Hexis February 05, 2009
1)An 'outie' vagina.
2) The city of Ottawa.
1)Did you see that Chyna video? Man she's got an o-twat.

2) I don't care if it is the capital city, I can't stand O-twat.

by Hexis July 25, 2008
Fucked up despite an ostensible advantage.

Origin: John Muckler, who assembled an amazing team "on paper" as GM in Ottawa, but couldn't get it done and was eventually fired.
I called all-in preflop with A-K, but he flopped two pair and I was mucklered.

by Hexis July 25, 2008
Look out I've been dropping some bad donkey bombs.

by Hexis July 25, 2008
The short-side on a goalie, the weaker of an opponent's two sides.

He swooped in off the wing and tried to stuff the puck salad side.

He's been dominating you on the forehand all match, you've got to pound his salad side if you want a chance.
by Hexis July 25, 2008
Variation of loves it, where the additional
<it> stands for surrounding conditions or fate in general. Mainly used in golf where the additional <it> refers to the golf course as an entity.
That shot's started out down the left but it loves it, the wind's blowing the ball right back towards the target.

That doesn't look like a good shot, but wait, it loves it! It bounced out of the rough and onto the green!
by Hexis July 25, 2008

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