used to describe
a) a piece of personal political writing, usually a book or a pamphlet, which reflects one's own political world view, but a world view that is often radically atm-against the mainstream- or, in a liberal democracy, where free speech is allowed, considered politically incorrect (not supported by the official party in power) in one's zeitgeist.
a group of coworkersers start commenting on and discussing their friend's yet unpublished manuscript of a political book that he brought to the office, to show to his coworkers:
person a) : wow Peter, your views on abortion and other current social issues are so atm-against the mainstream-, not to mention radical.
person b): I agree, but I would also add that you may have a hard time publishing such a manuscript, since some of your conclusions are politically incorrect, especially in our era of Conservative government.
Peter : gentlemen, I appreciate and respect your opinions, but I am still proud of my commifesto.
This term is a actually an amalgamation and shortening of The Communist Manifesto
A word originating in a special school for special children. It was first said by a certain Russian child who's name will be unlisted for the sake of anonymity. Since then, it has spread throughout many of the school's occupants, one of the humanities teachers commenting that the user sounds like a chipmunk on helium.
"And so, Julius Caesar was stabbed to death in the senate by his friends, who feared he was rising to the title of king."
"Haha trolololol! What do you have to say to THAT?"
|696.||Team Top Gun|
A group of smashingly talented young men who consistently quote the movie "Top Gun" throughout their day, every day. These individuals can be seen commenting on things like car accidents and saying phrases like, "you don't own that! the taxpayers do!" or "Son your ego is writing checks your body can't cash".
"Hey, you know Brian, Victor, Shane, and Wyatt?"
"You mean those jerks who won't quit reciting Top Gun lines?"
"Yea, they're so Team Top Gun."
A term that is often used by users commenting on the YouTube.com website to describe the act of hitting the "Thumbs Up" button on YouTube. Often used in reply to videos that are either very popular (pop music, new movie trailers, comedy shorts, or "Fail" videos), or "ghetto fight" videos that stimulate the viewers brains into complete and utter fuckification of words.
Usually attributed to poor education as a child, overuse of spellcheck, or in the most liekly scenario, both.
Also attributed to people who purposely misspell words to be cool while interacting with their peers through textual services that are likely unable to spell the original word.
"Thumps Up! i no u no diz movie iz g00d prez day byttn rite dere.. smh"
The art of conversing with one person through various social networking applications at one time, occasionally mentioning one of the conversations in a separate conversation. As in inception, but in the form of conversation.
converception could be chatting, having a wall to wall, and commenting on a photo on facebook with the same person at the same time.
Stands for "You know, feeling good, living better"
From "Over my Dead Body" by Drake
Feeling like the shit when you're not, invincible when you're clearly not, like a 22 year-old faggot commenting on a 16 year olds status trying to call her out when you're dumb and it's not working, etc.
Hey I'm a dancer, and I think I'm great when I didn't even qualify for Americas Best Dance Crew, my 14 year old friend is a better dancer than me, has more money than me, and a better car, but I...idk, YKFGLB.
When a person starts a posting on a message board, or forum, or Facebook, that others are able to comment on, that original posting and the comments on it are called a thread. A thread hijacking occurs when one or more individuals commenting on the original posting, go off topic, creating a separate conversation. This is rude, and bad internet etiquette. If people want to discuss a different topic, they should start their own thread.
Below is a thread, consisting of an original posting and comments on that original posting. They illustrate a thread hijacking.more...
original posting: I'm so excited that my cat has learned to use the toilet with City Kitty! The training seemed like it took forever, but it's so worth it to not have to deal with a litter box any more! Has anyone else done this?
comment 1: Ugh! I just started training my cat, but he can't seem to move beyond the orange stage. How'd you get through that?
comment 2: I'm training my dog at PetCo classes. She's very smart. She learns the commands faster than the other dogs.
comment 3: I'm training my dog in PetCo classes too. They have great trainers. They're patient with the dogs and the people.
Comments 2 and 3 are off topic and are hijacking this thread. The person who made comment 2 should have started their own thread. The person who made comment 3 is guil...