Verb. Performing any act that results in an improvement in one's present situation or possibly in future situations. The improvement is not necessarily exclusive to the individual "making moves" as it may also improve the situation of other party members. The term often refers specifically to making any sort of progress sexually with a person or persons of romantic interest. This phrase, while commonly believed to have been coined by Tag Body Spray -- as represented by Rob Dyrdek, Carmello Anthony and Ludacris -- was actually originated by a University of Florida student by the name of Joshua Poteat (circa 2006).
"Are you guys ready to go to the pub?"
"Let's make moves."
Noun. A person who consciously engages in some form of behavior that can be clearly defined as a "douchebag tendency" by his or her peers. This condition is acute by nature, not referring to a chronic pattern of this behavior as this would represent an official "douchebag" rather than a "Dickguy". The term originated as an alternative to the espression "nigger guy", which was coined on an episode of South Park. Reportedly, the creator of the term "Dickguy", a University of Florida student by the name of Joshua Poteat, felt that the term was too racist for common usage. Seeking a term that embodied the same meaning as "nigger guy" but without the racist connotation, Poteat coined "Dickguy."
"Did Blake seriously drink all of my beer?"
"yea, looks like it."
"What a dickguy."