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symbol linking two characters in a movie, game, manga, book or whatever in a romantic way. You don't say it, though, it's just written.
In Harry Potter, I ship Harry/Draco
by Julia November 15, 2003
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character appended to the beginning of a word to denote that anything preceeding this word is now complete or terminated. Taken from hypertext language tag conventions.

No known pronounciation when used in this context.
So I am just tired of hearing her whine.

by BurnDown August 18, 2004
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The root filepath in linux. The place where everything starts in linux.
The beginning of the filesystem

by m17ch June 21, 2006
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usually what is pressed by weak pinkies while typing a question.
<iPwnn00bslol> I r teh having much of fun f@gs

<iDununderstanding> what?/
by Jsung November 21, 2008
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The best thing ever.

The pairing of two male characters from any fandom, also used to denote a fanfiction in which this happens- with NON-animu characters!

That is called shohen-ai or something. I can't spell it. I'm not Japanese.

fuckwad: "Did you read that new South Park yaoi doishiji?"

Figure.10: *quizical glance* " mean the South Park slash comic?"

fuckwad: "Comic?!?"

Figure.10 *facepalm*

Later that day---

Figure.10: "la la de da la la.."

Rabid fangirls: "ATTACK!!!"


*is killed*
by Figure.10 June 30, 2009
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A way to show that you are doing something, in the internet, or in an online chat.
/Picks you up

"I love you :D"
"I love you too x3 /giggles"
by Voteyesforpedro September 12, 2010
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Used in fanfiction to define a romantic pairing, usually slash.
In the Panic! At The Disco fandom, the most common slash pairing is Ryan/Brendon.
by Tooz October 16, 2006
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