suffix randomly attatched to any or all words in a sentence. sometimes coupled with other suffixes, see: -ness
hey, lloydage, im just gonna go out to the shoppage to buy some faggages.
sammage saysage shesage notage cuckooage
A word used to describe to other posters on the *chan (iichan, 4chan, etc) message boards that this post deserves to be seen and bumped.
Short for "A Good Example"
Opposite of sage
age for Sakaki boobies!
A suffix added to a word to emphasize it, especially to refer to an abstraction of it. eg. grub (for food) becomes grubbage (the essence or concept of food)
Almost universally transforms to a non-count noun (you get a link cable, or some linkage, but not a linkage)
Yo, let's go score some grubbage, eh?
What kind of linkage do you have between these boxen?
A suffix for any random word.
I was maintainin' at my crib-age, ock.
Used to describe a very long period of time.
"Man I haven't seen that cunt for ages."
"...It happened ages ago."
"I was waiting out the front of his house for ages."
Pronounced 'idge' a suffix attached to almost any word. Invented in 1988. Whilst doing exhibition work we were asked to, "Go and put up the 'signage' to which we replied,
"And after that we are going to have some drinkage some clubbage and a bit of kebabage" Since then adding 'age' to the end of a word has spread impressively but now seems to be on the decline.
Kippage, drinkage, chatage, swimage etc etc
Something which is just a number
I'm 15 and you're 18 but we make the perfect pair.. Who cares about our age?
a suffix added to any word in order to make it a noun. also used for an act done in the past.
boob-age? ring-age? what's with all the age-age?