GM stands for General Motors.
This neologism is a synonym for bullshit, scam, ripoff and fucked (or similar). It may be used either as verb, adjective or noun.
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"Dude, I got totally GM'd at the hardware store!"
"What happened, bro?"
"They sold me this brand new high-quality precision screwdriver set; they said it was from an all-American company, but then I read at the back of the box that it was a 'certified pre-owned' kit and that it had been manufactured in fucking Mexico, can you believe that!"
"Man, that's GM! Did it come with a warranty at least? Maybe you can trade-it in for another kit or get your money back?"
"I don't know man, I feel I got totally GM'd."
"True that, bro."
1. General Motors, an automobile company.
2. "Game Master", one who runs, maintains, and/or referees an ongoing game (usually an RPG). Sometimes used to refer to the administrators of an MMORPG.
3. The arbiter of a tabletop roleplaying game. A broader term than DM or similar terms that are usually more specific to certain games.
1. I got my car at a GM dealership.
2. That stupid GM banned me from World of Warcraft!
3. I think my D&D group has the worst GM ever.
A Game-Master in a MMORPG
"Quit spawn-camping my corpse or I'm gonna get a GM to ban you."
General Motors. An auto manufacturer based in Detroit.
GM is the Microsoft of the auto industry.
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General Motors, one of the biggest companies in the automotive industry, owns many brands marketed in both US and overseas, including Chevy, Cadillac, Pontiac, Holden, Opel, Vauxhall, etc. A lot of Americans say that the GM cars there suck, but the main GM brand here in Australia, Holden is actually very good, their cars are fast, reliable, safe and comfortable.
This morning i went for a drive in my Holden Commodore, manufactured by GM in Australia
Glamour muscles. Muscles that you work out that are only for looks - not for core strength.
From the show "it's always Sunny in Philadelphia" this is what Dennis called Mac's muscles - GM - Glamour Muscles - god dammit!
Dennis: Well, how the hell are you planning on getting in there, Mac?
Mac: Uh... you put me on the spot. First thing that comes to my head, scaling the façade. All right, I know I soured on that earlier, but I believe that is my mind telling me that I have it in me.
Dennis: Okay, I hate to tell you this, bro, but you do not have the core strength to scale the façade of Citizens Bank. You just don't.
Mac: What? I work out all the time!
Dennis: Yeah, but you only work out your glamour muscles, and you know it.
Mac: I work out my core.
Dennis: No, you do not work your core. You're totally arm-heavy. You're all bis and tris and everything else is just fat and-and ribs.
Mac: Bro, I can do way more push-ups than you, and that's like 16 different muscle groups, I think.
Dennis: That is beyond retarded, what you’re saying right now. edit