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VVS
Very, very slight (inclusions). Referring to the clarity of a diamond. The fewer the inclusions (traces of carbon) the rarer and more expensive the stone is.
vvs studded, you can tell when they cut it
by potatoboat August 12, 2006
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VVS
VVS is an acronym. The letters stand for Vertical Video Syndrome.
People shooting videos vertically are believed to have VVS.

It is your duty to write "You are not shooting it right, dummy!", as a comment on any vertical video you encounter.

Origin: YouTube, where vertical videos have become a major problem.
A: I just watched a vertical video... It's sooo annoying!!!
B: Ye! The guy that filmed it certainly has VVS.
by Zioma5 June 25, 2012
vvs
Very Very Slightly Included, a way of describing the clarity of a diamond. Often quoted in many rnb and rap songs.
Quotes from some beyonce songs:

She gon' rock them VVS stones
If I let you go

&

VVS cuff links
6 star pent suites
by NiiAR October 31, 2007
VVS
VVS or vertical video syndrome if the act of recording a video using a smartphone vertically. This is very annoying and should be avoided doing whenever possible (always).

It originated from when iPods and iPhones first got cameras.
A: Check out my new video man its awesome

B:WTF MAN why did you record this vertically this sucks. You have VVS
by CloudZephyr January 03, 2013
Is an acronim for Very Very Shiny stones. It has nothing to do with the clarity or color, but mainly its brilliance. How the light hits the stone or gem and refracts light, causing them to shine with elegance.
"she gonn' rock them V.V.S. stones if I let you go" or "...Them V.V.S. Cuff links" Beyonce'
by Dwight Lazarus September 07, 2006
VVS
Very Very shiny diamonds, aka VVS. Alot of rappers say VVS stones, as in the shinest stones there are.
"Chevy paint wet, like it crossed the atlantic, VVS stones in my iceberg chain, like what sliced the titanic"
by C-Dizzle July 18, 2005
VVS
Vertical Video Syndrome - The atrocious act of filming with your phone while holding it in portrait rather than landscape mode making it painful to view since you feel like you're peaking through a closet door when watching it. Doesn't matter that TVs and monitors are all built to view in landscape, for whatever reason, people feel like they should be recording in portrait which kills about 2/3 of the viewing area.
I would show you this horrific car accident I recorded with my phone but since I suffer from VVS it's heavily cropped and you can't tell what you're looking at except what is dead center in the shot.
by evil snarf January 02, 2015

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