Token Slow Motion (or TSM, pronounced "Tizim" or "Tizm") occurs any time in any video in which the action being performed is slowed down to maximize the humor or intensity of the event. The prefixal 'token' is included in the phrase mainly because the video or audio itself is efficient enough at achieving its goal of entertainment. However, the author or editor finds it necessary to throw in at least one TSM to ensure the audience does not leave dissatisfied. Such videos include those found on various sites of the internet, wherein a plethora of these videos may be seen in rapid succession. Most notably, TSM generally causes all sounds in the video to be slowed down and deepened as well--allowing for a hilarious effect.
Hans: You gotta see this video...<link>, it's got Token Slow Motion, too.
Ryan: Oh my god...ahahahaha! I can't believe it...! Hahahaha, there it is! Right when she falls---ahahaha, you can hear the cameraman's voice, so deep---lmfao...oh man...TSM makes it so much better...
Hans: I told you it was gonna be good.