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1.
An amazing way to procrastinate writing your essay that's due in 20 minutes.
I can't think of what to write next, so I'll just asdfjkl; a few times until I can think of something.
by youareyouronlyenemy October 23, 2007
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2.
The standard keys to place one's fingers on when typing on a standard layout keyboard. sometimes referred to as the home row. Corresponds as follows:
Left pinkey, "a"; left ring finger, "s"; left middle finger, "d"; left pointer, "f"; either/both thumb/s goes on space bar; right pointer, "j"; right middle finger, "k"; right ring finger, "l"; right pinkey, ";".

One may also pound on these keys before attempting to type out of frustration or anger. Sometimes an outlet for writer's block.
ex1 (standard layout): asdf jkl;
ex2 (frustration all at once): ljkadsf;ljkadsas;dklfakl;sdjf;lkjsadf;
ex3 (frustration outer to inner): a;lskdjf
ex3 (frustration inner to outer): fjdksla;
ex4 (frustration left to right): asdfjkl;
ex5 (frustration right to left): ;lkjfdsa
by Erik Price October 23, 2007
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3.
Used on the Internet to express emotions such as frustration, anger, or the action of having a spasm. May have variations such as "flas;djk" and "ajowivend."
WTF? asdfjkl;! JERK! *slap*
by J e f f March 17, 2008
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4.
Expression used when someone is aggravated. Typically used on Facebook and Myspace when one has nothing to say but wants to show his/her frustration.
Shawn: So are we still on for the movies tonight?
Jessica: No, I'm busy.
Shawn: asdfjkl;
by Rikkkkkkkki April 11, 2009
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5.
The "home keys" of the keyboard. In other words, your fingers go here when you're not typing, or where you start from before you type.
There really is no example I can think of...asdfjkl;
by Jeffrey Sayers October 14, 2007
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