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73 definitions by lady chevalier

 
15.
Often used to mean "don't have any," it literally means the opposite.

ain't was originally a contraction of "am not" or "are not," and should only be used in the first person. However, as it has still not been accepted into "proper" English like its counterparts won't and can't, few people see any problem with further "misuse" of the word.

"I ain't got no money" literally means "I am not got no money," which makes no sense at all, but is nonetheless understood to mean "I have no money."

It is an example of a double negative, where the contraction "n't" and the following "not" should cancel each other out. However, very few people realize (or care) about this, and the phrase remains in common use.
I ain't got no idea what you be talkin' about.
by Lady Chevalier March 05, 2004
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16.
John Wayne. The ultimate gunslinging star of the Western, and one of the greatest men ever to live.

He played the same character in every movie he was ever in. Calm, rugged--a real man with a gun and a heart. He never changed, and that's why we love him. You always knew where you stood with John Wayne.
Give 'em hell.
by Lady Chevalier April 09, 2004
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17.
"You're a wuss. Learn to deal."

An elaborated version of the sentiment is found in the phrasing: "Let me get you a straw so you can SUCK IT UP."

The proffering of a straw to aid "sucking up" abilities is generally considered more comical (read: obnoxious) than simply telling a whiner to deal.

Can be used in any situation.
*a minor chainsaw incident occurs*

Bob: Um, could you call 911 for me?
Frank: Do it yourself.
Bob: ...I don't have "hands" anymore.
Frank: How about this? I'll get you a straw so you can SUCK IT UP.
by Lady Chevalier July 03, 2005
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18.
Verb, "to be excellent." Used to express great approval or joy.

Commonly applied to people, events, and objects, but rarely locations.

It is frequently preceded by the adverb totally, and may be used with or without the terminal preposition.

Similar to rock my face off, but with a dorkier twist.

Online usage note: phrase must be accompanied by some form of caps lock.
Megan! AWESOME! You totally rock my socks!

Caesar: Napoleon Dynamite sucked... like a leech.
Cleopatra: Are you kidding me? That movie totally rocked my SOCKS off!

Having free laundry at my dorm rocks my socks off.
However, the laundry room itself is a location; ergo, it does not rock my socks. :(
by Lady Chevalier May 23, 2005
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19.
1. Abilities.

Often, "skillz" or "5k1LLz."

Used to announce profiency in something; for example, 13375P34K. "leetspeak"
"ph34r |\/|41 1337 5K1LLz!"

Translation: "Marvel at my wonderful abilities."
by Lady Chevalier August 02, 2003
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20.
Capital of Wisconsin and home to UW-Madison, one of the nation's top party schools. Renowned also for its Halloween celebrations, which for the last few years have ended in drunken riots.

Due to this reputation, the word is used at other schools as a synonym for "extremely drunk."
Frank: Hey, we're going out to get trashed. Wanna come?
Ernest: No, man, I was totally madison last night.
by Lady Chevalier November 06, 2005
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21.
1. Verb: To dress up, especially stylishly.
2. Interjection: Exclamation similar to nifty or cool.
3. Proper Noun: Part of the name of Spaceman Spiff one of the many alter-egos of the ever-awesome Calvin, of Calvin and Hobbes.
4. Adjective: spiffy. Again, similar to nifty
5. Noun: spiffy. A cool, especially shiny, object.

Other variations include:
-Spiff-tastic (Adjective and interjection, combination of words spiff and fantastic
-Spiffmeister (Noun or title, one who is spiffy)
-Spiffify (verb, to make spiffy)
-Spiffig (adjective, English with German adjective suffix)
-Muy Spiffendo (Interjection, Spanglish)
-Spiffiness (Abstract noun, similar to "love" or "joy")

..and others.
1. You're all spiffed up today."
2. You won the contest? Spiff!
3. Spaceman Spiff, over and out.
4. That's a spiffy song.
5. Look at my spiffy! It's shiny!

-Wow! Spifftastic!
-You can just feel the spiffiness.
-I need to spiffify my outfit.
by Lady Chevalier April 09, 2004
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