1) Major League Soccer, the only professional soccer league in the United States. Founded 1993. See also NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, and if you're feeling generous, WNBA. There are no other definitions for this acronym in popular use in the United States, at least not by anyone older than 15.
2) My Life Sucks. Typically used by whiny teenagers who don't have internet connections or access to Urban Dictionary, or they would know this was replaced by FML years ago... a term which is not only more common, but has its own website, wiki, Urban Dictionary page, and line of t-shirts.
1) Peter: MLS has 16 teams now.
Paul: I don't care.
2) Jack: Hello, I am your boyfriend Jack. My parents grounded me this weekend. ZOMG MLS WTFLOL.
Yo! Hey Benny! Whatchoo gonna spend that money on?!
(panhandling on street corner) Aw, y'know, just--
YOU GONNA SPEND IT ON CRACK?
What? Dude, shut UP!
You gonna spend it on HEROIN? METH?
Aw snap. I do believe I was just crackblocked.
So named for the February 2010 dismissal of Brandon Davies from the BYU basketball team, less than a month before the NCAA tournament, for "breaking the BYU honor code."
After a brief period of inquiry, the media was able to determine that his infraction was not criminal in nature (the most typical reason a collegiate athlete would be kicked off a team), but because he had had consensual sex with his girlfriend. BYU's honor code forbids students from having premarital sex and instructs them to "live a chaste and virtuous life."
1) A video that is able to be uploaded to YouTube.
2) A video worthy of being uploaded to YouTube.
3) A video that can be found on YouTube.
1) Dad: "I just took some digital video of the dog doing a deuce. Is it YouTubeable?
2) Son: "Technically most videos are, dad, but while it's YouTubeable, it's not exactly YouTubeable, nawmsayin'?
3) Mother: "What is this YouTube you speak of? Can I watch my favorite old episodes of Falcon Crest on this amazing new service?"
Son: "Uh... You can look for that, mom, but by and large I think that show is just too old to be YouTubeable."