The general way to describe a beat too almost any rave song.
Guy: Did you hear that pimping song last night?
Girl: Which one?
Guy: That one that was like unts unts unts unts unts
Girl: Yeah, totally loved that one!
The universal correct spelling of the "Party Boy" sound.
Commonly used to describe the sound in a text message to avoid confusion and questions.
"unts.. unts.. unts.. unts.. unts.. unts. whoot.. whoot.. unts.. unts.."
An adjective used to describe a foolish or stupid person. It may sometimes be used in a serious context but is generally utilized as a playful insult. It is aslo a "politically correct" way of calling someone a "retard". The word came into useage by way of a lyric in an Ian Erix song and is reportedly an acronym for Un-Non-Tard ("Tard" having been derived from the word "Retard").
Oh my G-d, you've never heard of urbandictionary.com??? You are such an unt!!!
She's the biggest unt...she would lose her head if it wasn't attached to her shoulders!
a beatboxing sound made by dropping the adams aplle and expelling forward
Party bOY!! un-ts un-ts
this is a less ofensive way of calling some one a cunt
shut up u chav unt,
*Chav runs off*
A short grunt-like shout directed at someone (usually from a distance) who has very recently done something embarrassing. ie: Tripping over.
Bill: Jamie's quite good at basketball, isn't he?
Fred: Yeah, he is pretty good, wish i had that skill. I really admire him.
(Jamie trips over while trying to take the ball from someone)
Fred and Bill in unison: Unt!
This is an excuse used to get out of anything work related in North Texas.
(Taking the call in at work from an employee named Mike)
Receptionist: Hello, Thanks for calling Initech, how may I direct your call.
Mike: Hey this is Mike, I won't be coming in today because I'll be out at UNT on an install. Could you put the word out that I'm at UNT?
Receptionist: (rolling her eyes) Yes, I'll tell everyone at work that you're out at UNT for the day. (hangs up).
2. Email from receptionist: Mike just called, he'll be in around noon. Out at UNT, troubleshooting some equipment.