An act of God. If God doesn't like a certain individual on earth, he may "ding" him. The person in question will suddenly find himself flying rapidly through the air, ending with a crunch against a wall, or by marvelling at the enormousness of outer space. Usually accompanied by a flick of the middle finger (as when flicking a marble).
He was an awful man, and had done terrible deeds. God decided that enough was enough, and dinged him.
Phrase commonly used in online RPGs to signifiy gaining one level of experience.
<gain enough xp to level up>
pronunciation: ding (as the word is)
A way of describing the town of Reading, Berkshire, in the United Kingdom.
"Mate, we need to get down the Ding for a smash up"
A term used in MMORPG
s to signify the achievement of a new level of experience of one's character. This term was defined in the smash hit EverQuest
, as the sound generated upon gaining a level sounded as a bell.
The concept trickled down to other MMO's as well, but few actually know the true origin of the word.
Me: Ding 60 8)
Other: Gratz. (congratulations)
Other2: w00t gratz.
Other3: Noice gratz.
Me: ty 8)
A small dent in my car caused by some cretin opening his car door into me. Could also be caused by a kid pushing an overloaded shopping cart through the parking lot.
Goddamnit! Lookit that frigging DING. I'll kill the bastard.
an exclamation that means "that's what she said," which is used to bring to attention sexual innuendo in a seemingly innocent statement. Most used in school and work settings where "that's what she said" would be conspicuous and inappropriate.
guy #1: It didn't work, it was too big and didn't fit.
guy #2: Ding.
Another word used in terms of CHAV.
it is relevant to the high pitched tone of their voice.
Alan: no we will get stabbed by dings!
The word 'Ding' is a gaming word for the phrase 'I levelled up'.
'Ding' messages are usually reserved for friends, or your members of your guild- as people in the general chat show hostility to your level-up.
May appear from time to time as part of another word; eg. 'Ding Dong', 'Ding-a-ling'. etc.
Feelings of joy and happiness usually surround this word, increasing in intensity with higher levelled 'dings'.
Me 'Ding!' ... Friend 'Grats
!' ... GZ
'Gary Coleman, I'm only three bars away from a ding'
'I'm going to get my ding then log