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28 definitions by margo roth spiegelman ii

 
1.
The Harry Potter ship name for Quirrel and Voldemort.
The term was, in part, inspired by their relationship in A Very Potter Musical.
When Quirrelmort rules the world they'll have flowers and snakes.
by Margo Roth Spiegelman II July 14, 2009
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2.
OMR
Oh My Rowling.

Inspired by the musical "A Very Potter Musical".
"OMR! What happened?!" -Ginny Weasley in A Very Potter Musical
by Margo Roth Spiegelman II July 22, 2009
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3.
The name used when people ship the characters of Finn and Rachel on the FOX show Glee.
I can't wait for Glee tonight. I hope they have a little Finnchel action going on.
by Margo Roth Spiegelman II September 29, 2009
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4.
A phrase that shares a meaning with awesome.
It was coined by Hank Green (of EcoGeek and YouTube's vlogbrothers) and is commonly

used by Nerdfighters.
Wow, the new Star Trek movie was so jokes!
by Margo Roth Spiegelman II May 15, 2009
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5.
An exclamation of surprise, like OMG.

Inspired by the musical "A Very Potter Musical".
"Oh my Rowling! What happened?!" -Ginny Weasley in A Very Potter Musical
by Margo Roth Spiegelman II July 22, 2009
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6.
A game where you attempt to throw an object into a woman's cleavage.

If the woman is playing as well, the goal is to for her catch the object being thrown between her breasts. If the woman is not playing along, the goal is for the person throwing to make the object being thrown land in the woman's cleavage.

Despite common belief, it is usually played between women.
I was wearing a v-neck at lunch, and Amy didn't want her carrots, so we played Cleavage Catch.
by Margo Roth Spiegelman II February 03, 2009
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7.
What Lady Gaga wants from you.
I want your lahv. Lahv, lahv, lavh. I want your lahv.
by Margo Roth Spiegelman II April 20, 2010
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