(n) any device indicated purely literally, by a change in vocal tone, by a motion, or by an actual tangible object (e.g. a flag) that denotes that the statement(s) made were done so sarcastically and not to be taken literally, often used retrospectively where the notion of sarcasm was lost due to medium of communication or ignorance on behalf of the listeners
I should have raised my sarcasm flag when I told him that he should sleep with my girlfriend.
adj., often follows noun, syntactical onomatopoeia of "all one word"
written as one word with no spaces, (often used to clarify the spelling of word or name that could also be spelled with spaces)
Her name is Lisabeth, alloneword. (adj.)
"Lisabeth" is spelled alloneword. (adv.)
noun, often preceded by "the"
an event, situation, or circumstance that is so unexpected and out of the ordinary that it causes a problem or otherwise uncomfortable environment for which no solution or recourse is readily available or obvious
an event, situation, or circumstance brought about by or made worse by incomprehensible ineptitude
I was hoping for a quiet vacation with my girlfriend, but the hotness found me when I ran into both my wives and my parole officer there.
It was bad enough when the university's e-mail server went down, but they really brought the hotness when the e-mailed everyone telling them that fact.
A small amount of fat that imparts a cute and pleasant quality to the bearer, often a small amount of subcutaneous fat in the abdominal area
I don't like girls with a six pack
; a little bit of flub is nice.
adj. alteration of "drunk", likely from common misspelling of "drunk" when typist is drunk during an instant-messenger conversation
Man, I cant tpye. I'm really dunk.