(Japanese slang) A girl who appears pretty from behind but not from the front.
Ugh - that back end is the phatness, but the girl's a bakku-shan. If you gotta get it, get it from the back.
The feeling you get after pushing the selector button for what you bought out of the vending machine, 'cause you know that you didn't select what you *really* wanted.
This emotion is common when there are two things you have a taste for but only enough money to buy one, and may involve someone else influencing your decision.
A Vending scam
always makes vendi-envy more painful...
Tom: "Twix or Snickers... Twix or Snickers... Twix or Snickers... ? I'm in the mood for Twix!"
Harry: "Tom, you just had Twix yesterday, maybe you should go with the Snickers."
Tom: "No - I'm positive: I want Twix! *puts in money* B.... 9..."
*machine vends a Twix as Tom's smile goes away*
Harry: "Aren't you going to open that?"
Tom: "... Meh. I really wanted a Snickers."
Harry: "Another sixty-five cents, another case of vendi-envy..."
Another name for a cell phone without a headset used by a driver while driving. Causes the driver's blind spot to go from a minimal 15 degrees over either shoulder to a stunning 180 degrees on their right (or left) side, as they forget to check their mirrors before doing something stupid like cutting you off.
A good wingman is the best defense against drivers employing blind spot enhancers. Most traffic cops will accept this as a patent reason for getting caught in a speed trap in moderate traffic.
Tom: *driving to a party with Harry riding shotgun*
Harry: "Hey, Tom - this party's gonna be banging..."
Tom: "Yeah - it'll be off the hook!"
Harry: *looks out the passenger side* "Uh-oh... Bogey with a blind spot enhancer, 3-o-clock. You might wanna shake him before he..."
*Mr. Blind-Spot-Enhancer School-O-Driving starts drifting left, forcing Tom to do 88 to avoid getting hit*
Tom: *checks his mirrors* "That was close, hope the 5-0 flex that fool."
The bond (good or bad) between two people who work together. This relationship works like a personal relationship, and can involve equal amounts of respect and/or irritation. This automatically includes everyone in your work posse
and probably anyone you bother to mouth off to in the workplace or refer to as a corporate tool
Kathy: Are Tom and Harry arguing again?
Ben: Tom wants to go out tonight with one of the Delaney sisters from HR, but Harry is reminding him that they were supposed to take customers out for drinks at 6.
Kathy: Harry really takes his committeed relationship seriously... Are you sure those two aren't in a twinship
Someone obsessed with finding the placement of items in their immediate surroundings to obtain the maximum comfort and convenience.
Most men are ergomaniacs during March Madness - the couch is used for reclining, and the table has to make the perfect footrest. While reclining, they must be able to reach 5 types of snacks, 2 types of food, 3 desserts, and 3 electronic remotes. At the same time.
Joe Wurzelbacher, a Holland, OH plumber now famous for his conversation with Barack Obama on his plans to purchase the business that employs him, which does just over $250k in business. Joe became the representative of all middle-class small-business owners in the third 2008 Presidential debate. Likely related to Joe Six-Pack
Hockey Mom: We're gonna take care of all the Joe Six-Packs, you betcha.
Grumpy McSame: You mean Joe the Plumber?
Hockey Mom: Yeah - that's him.
Obama: My middle class friend, Joe Wurzelbacher?
Grumpy McSame: Yep, that one - that's what I said... Wurtzlburgher!
Grumpy McSame: Congratulations, Joe! You're rich!
Someone who, even though they are headin for the top, ballin', comin' up, whateva, does inexplicable and unwarranted (usually flamboyant) things to give themselves a good screwing-over.
Man, T.O. really Tom Cruised himself with that Cowboys Star stunt, expecting to be on the fans good side when he signed with them.
Katherine Harris. 'nuff said.