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34 definitions by kurtsteinerpl

 
1.
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...
by KurtSteinerPL July 28, 2009
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2.
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!
by KurtSteinerPL June 05, 2010
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3.
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!
Ben: What?
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!
by KurtSteinerPL May 18, 2011
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4.
a famous British person, a British celebrity (from "celebrity" + "briton")
Frank: I saw Hugh Grant yesterday in Central Park.
Jen: This celebriton? No kidding!
by KurtSteinerPL August 16, 2011
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5.
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!
John: Veni-what?
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!
by KurtSteinerPL March 26, 2012
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6.
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.
by KurtSteinerPL September 05, 2011
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7.
someone who used to be your friend (your buddy) but behaved in such a way that you do not want to know him/her anymore so that he/she becomes nobody (and nobuddy as he/she is no longer you buddy) to you;
Jerry: Hey, that guy there looks like he knows you...
Frank: No, man, he's nobuddy. Maybe some time ago I knew him, but I don't know him and I don't want to know him anymore.
Jerry: What?
Frank: He stole my essay and published it under his name. I couldn't prove it, but since then he's been a nobuddy to me.
by KurtSteinerPL August 11, 2009
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