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7 definitions by muchluv

 
1.
The expression of such utter distaste for a person or object that it calls for the personal denial of its worldly existance. Can be used to express disintrest, hatred, or something/someone that has gone out of style.
Torn jeans are so last season. They're dead to me.
by muchluv November 22, 2005
 
2.
Rockstar Entertainment's wardrobe malfunction.

A hack in the game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas where, after using several cheats and going through pain-staking effort, one can see GTA character Carl Johnson receive fellatio and play a mini-game of having sex with his girlfriend. The term "hot coffee" comes from the fact that, if the girlfriend enjoys herself on her date, she will invite you back to her house for "coffee."

Became a controversy due to Hillary Clinton, who called for a House vote urging the Federal Trade Commission to step in and investigate the Rockstar Entertainment "scandal." Since this happened, the ESRB has re-rated GTA:SA with an Adults Only (AO) rating (as opposed to the original Mature (M) rating), meaning that the game is not suitable for anyone under the age of 18. This has caused stores like Best Buy and Wal Mart to yank the game off of shelves, as most electronics stores have a policy that does not allow the sale of AO games.

To add to the irony, law suits are now starting to rise from independent consumers who supposedly bought the game for their children (who were under the age of 17), claiming that they thought that the game was rated M and not AO (the age difference between an M and AO game is one year).
The hot coffee hack has definately taken a toll on sales, since most of the stores that used to carry GTA:SA no longer allow for its sale. On the other hand, the media attention has only served to cause greater public interest in the product, which could help in the long run.
by muchluv July 29, 2005
 
3.
When hallucinogenic mushrooms are digested, both psilocin and psilocybin are absorbed into the blood stream. Psilocin is able to directly enter into the brain.

Psilocybin, however, is too large of a molecule to pass into the brain, but when the liver metabolizes it, psilocybin is converted into psilocin, which is able to pass into the brain.

Psilocin stimulates the neurotransmitter serotonin, which controls many aspects of our body, including mood, memory, and appetite. Because psilocin stimulates the Type 2 serotonin receptor, hallucinations are common. Another cause for hallucinations by psilocin is by the inhibition of the raphe cells (cells in the brain that control vision and emotion). This inhibition causes a type of sensory overload which is responsible not only for hallucinations, but also for the amplification of emotions experienced by users of hallucinogenic mushrooms.
The liver is responsible for converting psilocybin into psilocin.
by muchluv November 17, 2004
 
4.
ECA
The acronym used for a supplement containing the Ephedrine, Caffeine, and Aspirin stack.

Ephedrine and Caffeine work together to suppress appetite, increase heart rate, increase body temperature, and block the process of converting carbohydrates to fat (lipogenesis). Aspirin adds to this effect by thinning the blood, and also by telling the hypothalumus (which controls internal body temperature) that the increase in heat in the body is normal, hence decreasing the body's attempts to fight the increased body heat (which, in turn, leads to longer caloric burn).

When first taken, the stack will often cause a high due to the ephedrine (as it is a powerful stimulant, and is used as a precursor to amphetamine). Un-wise users believe that this high felt while first taking the stack means that the drug is working. When tolerance to the stimulant builds, users think that the drug has stopped working. This is, in fact, untrue. The stimulant effects subside, but the fat-burning effects do not.

If a user increases the dosage in order to obtain the high, side-effects can become dangerous and possibly lethal. Deaths caused by ephedrine overdose have made their way into the media and eventually to the Federal Government. The media twisted the stories of these users to make it sound like the users were taking normal doses and suddenly died, which led to the banning of ephedrine as a weight-loss supplement in 2004.
This ruling was overturned later, as ephedrine is considered a supplement and not a drug, and the FDA made the mistake of treating it as a drug.

Users of the ECA stack are encouraged to use self control, as ephedrine should not be taken in doses larger than 100 mg a day (many experts say 50 mg). The abuse of ECA will not further the effects of weight loss, but will instead increase side effects, which include pain, tremors, and convulsions. It should also be known that caffeine and ephedrine have addiction potential, and both can cause withdrawl symptoms of anxiety, headache, and muscle pain. When one has decided to stop taking ECA, they should slowly taper off the dosage instead of going cold turkey.
I used the ECA stack for 6 months and lost 50 lbs! Woohoo!
by muchluv June 22, 2005
 
5.
a drug family is much more specific than drug class (i.e. stimulant, depressant, opiate, and hallucinogen) in that all drugs in a drug family affect the body in a similar manner through means of similar chemical structure. Examples of this include:

The Phenethylamine Family:
amphetamine, methamphetamine, ephedrine, MDMA (Ecstasy), MDA, MDE, Methylphenidate (Ritalin), 2C-B, 2C-T-7, mescaline

The Tryptamine Family:
DMT, 5-MeO-DMT, AMT, 5-MeO-AMT, psilocin, psilocybin (Mushrooms), bufotenine, LSD, LSA

The Cannabinoid Family:
THC (Marijuana), dronabinol (Marinol)
Marijuana is in the cannabinoid family.
by muchluv June 23, 2005
 
6.
The combination of MDMA (ecstasy) and shrooms. Produces a synergy of psychedelic effects and enhanced euphoria. Decreases the chances of a bad trip associated with mushrooms.

See also candyflipping,roboflipping.
Person1: Woahh....you're changing colors! Give me a hug!!

Person2: Are you flowerflipping again?
by muchluv November 20, 2004
 
7.
v. The process of finding an address of a person by first searching AnyWho's reverse directory by the person's last name, then using the address and phone number found to plug into MapQuest in order to obtain directions.

n. +er (Internet Stalker). a person who uses the said process to get to a person's house.
Person 1: How do i get to your house?
Person 2: Oh, just internet stalk it.

Person: Uhhh, what are you doing at my house, you internet stalker?
by muchluv June 18, 2005