(Noun). A style of capri-like or long pants made of a loose, light, airy material mainly worn while lounging around in your apartment, or at a friend's, but can also be worn out for late-night trips.
Origin: Episode of "Friends" entitled 'The One With Rachel's Sister". Phoebe refers to Jill's "don't-you-want-to-rent-me-this-apartment? pants" as "apartment pants".
I want to change into apartment pants before Tiffany and Sara come over.
Proper noun. The generic name used for any sort of establishment such as a gas station, retail or grocery store, restaraunt, or any place of lodging when one cannot remember the actual name of said establishment. Commonly used when giving directions, or suggesting a destination.
The name is originally from King of the Hill. "Pink & White's" is the name of the fictitious privately-owned grocery store that put more importance on the customer's experience and memorable service than on competitive pricing and merchandise. This eventually led to the failure and closure of Pink & White's.
Ok. Let's go down the street, you know, to the Pink & White's on the corner. It's really close, and there's always something on the menu everyone will like.
Abbreviated with the acronym JMD, it is a mental state of being when one hears a song and devolops a liking for it, but abruptly changes their feelings about the song upon hearing the name of the artist or group who preforms the song. Getting it's name originally from the reaction by people first listening to the songs produced by artst John Mayer, but has and can be used for other groups and artists.
Jen: Hey, I like this song! Who sings this?
Sara: Lady Antebellum.
Jen: Oh. Turn it off.
Sara: I thought you liked it?
Jen: I can't now, it's classic John Mayer Disorder.
When being closely followed by a vehicle, a driver may adjust his or her speed to closely match that of a secondary car in the next lane, creating a barricade which closes any opprotunity for the impatient tailgater to pass. This strategy is especially effective if the follower has ignored the brake-tapping warning, and there has been plenty of time and opprotunity for the following vehicle to change lanes and pass. The intending purpose of which is to encourage the folling vehicle to fall back and ease off the tailgating, and to give the tailgated driver a sense of passive-aggressive revenge. A lack of cooperation from the secondary vehicle, or a two-lane freeway expanding into a three-lane may lead to a failure in which the barricade is broken and the tailgater is able to get by.
You need to tailgate barricade. He'll get the idea!
<noun> A person who interjects his or her opinion on matters that do not concern them, or in conversations in which they were not involved.
<verb> The act of someone who is or has included themselves in activities, events or conversations.
No one told her, but she chimejobbed her way in and now she is coming, too.