Acronym meaning: Socially Transmitted Decepticons
Professional or professionally-organized social media users who use one or more online personas to launch political or personal attacks on opponents or their issues. Often, so called "persona software" is used to manage many such deceptive identities simultaneously in order to create the impression that multitudes hold similar points of view.
Sometimes called Sock Puppets, STDs can infect multiple social media streams at one time, creating the illusion of mass interest or agreement sufficient to influence an issue or debate.
The minute the President announced the military action, a thousand STDs magically appeared on Twitter trying to create the illusion that much of the public thought it was an illegal act of war because Congress had not authorized it.
Sexual Transmitted Diseases. Plural of Sexual Transmitted Disease or STD.
You seem pretty scared of catching swine flu for someone who's not remotely scared of catching STDs.
Thats because STDs are way more fun to get.
'S'exually 'T'ransmitted 'D'isease's'.
God's way of evening out the risks of sex, so not only women have something to lose if they have unprotected sex, but men too.
Use a condom!
James: If I bang this girl and she gets pregnant, there's no real risk in it for me, right? I can just leave her
Gregory: Well.. true. But you could catch STDs and die, or never be able to have sex again.. plus you might have to pay Child Support anyway.
James: .. true.
STDs is an incredibly funny and entertaining game that can be played by 6 or more people. It can be described as a combination of the games Telephone and Pictionary. The name of the game has often been seen as an acronym of the phrase "sentences to drawings" but no official reason has been given for the name.more...
The Set Up: Each person needs a stack of paper. They needs as many pieces of paper as there are players in the group and a writing utensil. Note card sized pieces of paper are ideal. A 6 player game will require 6 pieces of paper per player, 36 pieces for the whole group.
The Game play:
1. Everyone WRITES a simple sentence on their first piece of paper, usually a description of a situation.
2. Each player passes their entire stack of paper to the person on their left. That person reads the sentence, and on the next sheet of paper, DRAWS an illustration of the sentence.
3. Each player again passes the stack of paper to their left. This person looks ONLY at the picture, not at any of the other sheets of paper in the stack. They, in turn, WRITE a description on the next sheet of paper of what they think the picture is.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until each player receives his/her stack of paper. This way everyone has contributed to everyone's stack of paper.
5. Each player takes turns going through their stack of paper reading each sentence and showing the following picture to the group.
Sentences starting out simple will undoubtedly turn into hilari...