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PSR
Acronym for "pretty sorry research". Resembles acronyms such as "ESR" and "EPR", which are legitimate scientific terms.
After the laser broke, we were reduced to doing PSR for a month.
by atemperman January 24, 2004
 
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PSR
"pretty standard, really." from Austin Powers movie.
Healers get pwned first in arenas, PSR.

or

"When I was insolent I was placed in a burlap bag and beaten with reeds, pretty standard really" - Dr. Evil (Mike Myers) Austin Powers movie.
by Kuren February 11, 2008
 
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Parallel Synchronized Randomness (P.S.R) :

Any Random seemingly unexplained connection(s) between two people who are disconnected, ties that person to the other in a mathematical world infinitely. They become forever connected in their disconnectedness.

You meet someone & they know where you're from, but you've never told them. P.S.R

You see someone intriguing on the subway & then you run into them at work, event, meeting, elevator. P.S.R


You meet someone & you have the same bike, or they had the bike you have now. P.S.R

You say something cryptic or vague & someone completely unrelated knows what you mean. P.S.R

Two people walk in opposite directions at the same time and then they make the same decision at the same time. Then they correct it, and then they correct it, and then they correct it. Basically, in a mathematical world these two people will stay looped for the end of time.
by Nobody's little weasel March 08, 2009
 
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PSR
Stands for Parallel Synchronized Randomness, Internationally known Graffiti Art Crew created by K Otik, Frolic, Sekr, and Slak.
Dang, that PSR piece on the store wall is tight!
by SuperSoaker October 17, 2007
 
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PSR
Stands for Point Shoot Run, an action used when someone sees a great opportunity for a photograph, but is with people that are walking away and needs to point their camera at the spot, shoot, and run after the people.
"That picture was a PSR, but I still think it got the message I was trying to convey across."
by Savage Protector. August 22, 2008