Short for Desk Mail
When you write something on a desk for someone else to read later. Could be intentionally, for example writing a message to someone who sits in the same desk later in the day or unintentional, for example having someone forget to erase the answers for the test that they wrote on the desk or writing random crap on the desk.
Beanerous Brokus I: Holy crap I forgot to tell them I'm not going today. I'll just send em a d-mail
Beanerous Brokus I: Thank god I received that D-mail, I nearly failed the test.
Beanerous Brokus I: Look at this D-mail I got, it says "You suck"
(n.) Abbreviation of 'drunk e-mail'.
An electronic message sent under the influence of excessive alcohol, usually regretted when sobriety returns.
<Holding head while staring at laptop screen> "Oh, no! I cannot believe I sent a d-mail to Emma last night declaring undying love."
Drunk Electronic-Mail(de-mail)...when one sends info which is more colourful and graphic than usual and more often regretable by e-mail whilst under the influence of alochol.
"susan you are my best mate in the world...we had such a good laugh tonight....but i wish you would brush your teeth as i am digusted by your garlic breath..you tramp.."
send..(next day)shit did i de-mail that!
The technical IT term for going for a dump.
Snedwan - how's it going? What have you been up to?
Boss Hogg - Gotta run dude, I need to send a d-mail.
Adjective to To comment on a friend's Bebo profile page-or
To contact some1 on Bebo
Also can be said for MySpace'd- verb to MySpace some1
I bebo'd them about it- I finally found & bebo'd them
junk mail, can be either email or paper. can be spam or just from annoying people. nothing you'd want to read, usually goes straight to the trash can.
I checked my box this morning, but everything there was jizz mail so i dumped it. I have no time to waste opening jizz mail.
noun - Describes any annoying e-mail that includes a "confirmation link" which most online companies or organizations will send to you if you wish to subscribe for their membership services. It will usually cause a new internet browser window to open after clicking the link included in the e-mail. In extreme (but humorous) cases, this could cause slow system response if the computer has too many applications running, or if the person has searched for excessive amounts of porn with their computer.
Person: Yay I subscribed for ultimate porn
Oh I have a confirmation e-mail. How annoying.
OH NOES! IT OPENED A NEW WINDOW! D:
*Computer crashes* (Due to excess porn or outdated hardware)
T_T I hate it when a new window opens unexpectedly