No Chance; A word or expression derived from the St. Andrews vocabulary, meaning to state that in an opinionated manner, there is absolutely no possibility of an event taking place, depending on what subject is being discussed. Once the expression "No Chance" is said, commonly, little or nothing can be said in return. This word is sometimes nick-named, the word to end all words.
John states amongst a group of teenage friends, "Hey guys, do you think I can get with this girl?" A friend replies "NO CHANCE." As a result of saying "No Chance", the group would normally begin to laugh at John, making him feel like a "Jerk" for even thinking of asking such a question, and therefore would not even consider making a counter-statement fearing that a similar outcome will persist. This is why "No Chance" is nick-named the word to end all words. Some victims may try to counter the statement by saying "Chance" or "Yes Chance", but they are simply not as humorous as the original outgoing statement "No Chance". Also, "Yes Chance" simply does not make sense at all anyways.
by Pylon February 05, 2008
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