a person who gives you a call or comes to you only when he/she needs a favor and uses the fact that you have a good heart - if he/she doesn't need anything from you, there will be no "how are you?" question or anything, but still this person will pretend that he/she is your great friend;
Bruno: I'm disappointed with my friendship with Alice. I used to believe we were friends, but now I see she's only a favor-friend. It is I who usually starts conversation, who calls, send Christmas wishes, who asks how things are going and so on. She nevers does so. She calls only when she needs something. Sad...
a fart that is so incredibly stinking and long-range that is seems to be almost apocalyptic
James: Oh damn! You have no shame, man!
James: You shouldn't have eaten those beans, man! You wanna kill us? Oh, what a stench! It's a bloody fartmageddon you're doing here!
an unpleasant and unexpected message that strikes you like a German World-War-2 fighter aircraft
Jordan: He learnt about his brother's death yesterday. He was on a walk with his family, having great time and laughting when he received the SMS.
Hugh: Damn! That was a real messageschmitt!
refers to a Latin sentence "veni, vidi, vici" - "I came, I saw, I conquered" by Julius Caesar - in this case it means "I came, I saw, I used Wikipedia" ("wiki" instead of "vici") and describes a tendency to look for solution to every problem or answer to any question in Wikipedia without considering any other source;
John: That's a nice essay.
Carl: Veni, vidi, wiki, bro!
Carl: Veni, vidi, wiki. I came, I saw, I used Wikipedia! I just typed the topic and I got all the answers. No library, no sitting with books till midnight. I conquered!
a famous British person, a British celebrity (from "celebrity" + "briton")
Frank: I saw Hugh Grant yesterday in Central Park.
Jen: This celebriton? No kidding!
all the things (from e-mails, newsletters to speeches) corporate authorities, especially CEOs, are telling or sending to their employees - very general information, full of cheap marketing and really poor PR slogans, often describing bad things (e.g.closing of the factory in one city/country and moving it another where the cost are low) with nice words (development and cost-saving initiative)
Paul: I heard our CEO had a speech yesterday.
Charlie: Yeah, usual corpocrap.
Paul: Right... we are loosing our jobs and he's telling us about what the company will get when it moves to China.
a huge belly of a fat person when seen as he/she is in a horizontal position - filled with hamburgers and other fast food junk, the belly looks like a hill;
Jeremy: Look at this fatso there, lying under the tree! The guy must have eaten like tons of junk food.
Jim: Yeah, he looks like a hamburger hill from this perspective.
Jeremy: It's a one Goddamn hamburger hill!