look up any word, like blumpkin:

16 definitions by kathmac

 
1.
a living being used as a fashion accessory, like a handbag or a scarf, except that it's alive; often dressed up in cutesy little outfits
Paris Hilton rarely goes out without her bio-accessory, Tinkerbell the Chihuahua. Britney Spears used to carry around her bio-accessory, Bit Bit, until she started carrying around babies instead. Why didn't Kevin carry the dog? Maybe that's why she divorced him: he wouldn't carry the little dog.
by KathMac January 07, 2007
 
2.
an overwhelming emotion caused by frustration with one or more technological devices, (e.g., computers, wireless phones)
After spending what seemed like forever trying to figure out how to use his new video camera, Kip resisted the impulse to fling it through the window in a fit of tech rage.
by KathMac December 24, 2006
 
3.
Internet alias or pseudonym; like a “pen name” (“nom de plume”); similar to “nom de guerre,” “nom de web,” and “nom de blog.”
For internet safety, I protect my identity by using KathMac as a “nom de net.”
by KathMac March 02, 2007
 
4.
to urinate (used by a male)
Brian said "I gotta drain the noodle before we leave."
by KathMac December 11, 2006
 
5.
Internet alias or pseudonym; like a “pen name” (“nom de plume”); similar to “nom de guerre,” “nom de web,” and “nom de blog.”
For internet safety, I protect my identity by using KathMac as a “nom de net.”
by KathMac March 01, 2007
 
6.
Internet alias or pseudonym; like a “pen name” (“nom de plume”); similar to “nom de guerre,” “nom de web,” and “nom de blog.
For internet safety, I protect my identity by using KathMac as a “nom de net.”
by KathMac February 28, 2007
 
7.
Although he first became famous for his recording of calypso hit The Banana Boat Song (“Day-O”), Harry Belafonte has for many years been a humanitarian activist, involved with such organizations as the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the Peace Corps. His outspoken criticism of the U.S. involvement in the affairs of other countries has stirred up controversy more than once, but he continues to stand up for what he believes in and to exercise his right of free speech.
I thought Harry Belafonte was just a singer until I found out how hard he has worked for so long to help improve the lives of those less fortunate, without regard for his own personal comfort or safety.
by KathMac December 20, 2006