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a common acronym for "post a picture"
in a tech support forum: "what exactly is the issue? can you pap?"
on Facebook: "hanging out with the girls, will pap when i get a chance!"
by nooworriez July 12, 2013
An interjection used when discussing an unfortunate circumstance without expressing anger. "Welp" is often used when exaggerating or seeking pity, sarcastically, or in attempts to conceal frustration. The 'P' sound at the end is usually muted, and simply serves as a consonant sound added onto the commonly known word "well."
Welp, I lost my job, I have a horrible credit score, my spouse wants a divorce, and my insurance company dropped me. I'll just have to go live on the streets, NBD.
by nooworriez July 03, 2011
A slang term for cheap or low-quality alcohol, usually wine. Has a negative connotation.

There was a wine called Ripple in the 70s/80s that was sold in a green bottle. This was where the term originated, but it is no longer only used to describe Ripple brand wine. People who use the slang term "ripple" are probably old enough to remember the origin of the word, and are making a cultural reference.
"Just like you can tell the difference between expensive and cheap chocolates, you can tell if you're drinking a good wine or ripple."

Wife: Where did that bottle of wine go?
Husband: I tried some and it was awful. I dumped it down the drain.
Wife: Oh well, it was just ripple anyway.
Husband: Yeah, it was on sale at the supermarket.
by nooworriez July 03, 2012
A website created by 4chan founder, moot in 2010. Canvas users, commonly self-titled "canvasaurs", can post and remix (edit) images. Canv.as is a SFW site, and has moderators that remove inappropriate posts.

After a user creates an account, he/she can click and drag stickers onto other users' images. The default stickers include...
...a blue smile, "for things that make you smile"
...a red frown, "for something so awful... and yet... you kind of like it"
...a monocle, "reserved for all things classy, intelligent, or eloquent"
...a green LOL, "for things that make you laugh out loud"
...a purple shocked face, "for things that amaze or surprise you"
...a grey question mark, "for something you'd like to know more about"
...a cookie, "for things that deserve a cookie"
...a pink heart, "for things that make you say 'awwww'"

When a user receives enough stickers from other users to level up, she/he receives the corresponding number of golden #1 stickers for his/her level. Users also receive three golden #1 stickers per day they log in. These stickers can be used to purchase "epic stickers" from the Sticker Shop. While users have an unlimited amount of default stickers (listed above), they have as many epic stickers as they have purchased and as many #1s as they have earned.
Seasonal stickers appear on holidays. Although a user does not have to purchase seasonal stickers, he/she receives a limited number of them and has a limited amount of time to use them.

"Sticker begging", which has become quite common on the site, is the act of deliberately posting an image of something that looks like a sticker to receive said sticker. For example, if a user posts an image of a plate of cookies, he could be sticker begging for cookie stickers. If a user posts an image of something completely purple, she could be sticker begging for purple shocked faces, whether or not the image contains shocked faces.

Many newfriends may believe that canv.as has "celebrities", users who post often, are talented at remixing, have been on the site for longer than most, or receive a lot of stickers. There is no validity to these statements. However, the Canv.as Team, a group of web developers who work on the website, including moot, often posts on the site. If a user is a member of the Canv.as Team, he/she will have a star to the left of his/her username.

Canv.as has an unofficial IRC room on Rizon's server, called #canv.as.
by nooworriez July 03, 2012
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