7 definitions by xAnne

When one has the exact same thoughts as another, at the same time.

Their minds are in sync with each other.
When you look at someone and know they're thinking the same thing as you.
Or when you say something at the exact same time as someone else.

Mindsync!
by xAnne January 05, 2011
A combination of the words skanger and foreigner. Used mainly in Ireland to describe people from another country who cause nothing but trouble.
Aoife: Want to go for a walk down Pacelli Road?
Anne: Nah, that's where all the skoriners live.
by xAnne November 02, 2010
Acronym for "I asked you first". Often used in Instant Chat.
Pronounced: eye - ay -f
Person 1: What's your name?
Person 2: What's your name?
Person 1: IAYF
by xAnne October 31, 2010
Sexy Claud McCool

The coolest 13 year old guy who ever lived. He gets all the ladies and everyone wants a piece of him.
With his rainbow spiked hair and cocky charm, who could resist him?
He has his own comic strip and has a sexy future ahead of him.
All hail S.C.
Sexy Claud: Hey baby *pinches ass*
Girl: *Slaps*
Sexy Claud: She wants me
by xAnne June 07, 2010
A supposed comment on a video called "Couch Mover FAIL" on Failblog's YouTube account. Ray William Johnson featured a screenshot of this comment in his video entitled "GET A JOB". The commenter's YouTube username was "MrMal" with capitalized "M"s. However the is no user on YouTube with this exact name, nor is there any comments saying "Co za asy" by a MrMal on the "Couch Mover FAIL" video. It is clear that the comment was made-up by Ray William Johnson in a bid to create a meme, which he succeeded in doing.

The phrase roughly translates as "What aces" in Polish.
Co za asy.......
MrMal
by xAnne March 19, 2011
The cool way of writing "weeks". Why save yourself the hassle of writing out five letters when you can get away with four? Plus the x adds extra edge to the word
im goin on mii hols 4 2 weex!
by xAnne September 11, 2012
A supposed comment on a video called "Couch Mover FAIL" on Failblog's YouTube account. Ray William Johnson featured a screenshot of this comment in his video entitled "GET A JOB". The commenter's YouTube username was "MrMal" with capitalized "M"s. However the is no user on YouTube with this exact name, nor is there any comments saying "Co za asy" by a MrMal on the "Couch Mover FAIL" video. It is clear that the comment was made-up by Ray William Johnson in a bid to create a meme, which he succeeded in doing.

The phrase roughly translates as "What aces" in Polish.
Co za asy.......
MrMal
by xAnne April 02, 2011

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