n. A male over the age of 25 who exhibits two of the following traits: a) Lives with his parents; b) Is employed by or finanically dependent on his parents; c) Has an unusally and awkward relationship with his mother; d) is on all social networking websites; e) works in one of the following professions: Realtor, Developer, "Entrepreneur", Party Planner, Insurance, or Pay Day Loans
The Man Boy told his new girlfriend that he doesn't live with his mommy, his mommy lives with him, fo shizzel!
A MEEP is a dull, waste of life type of person. It is someone who spends their time online in their parents' basement because they have no job or career goals. A MEEP still lives at home in their high shool bedroom (they have been know to collect Benjamins mailers and put them around their dresser mirror... much like 16 year olds would put the ticket stubs from High School football games), not for practical reasons like trying to save money, but because they are too pathetic and dependent on mommy and daddy to move out on their own. A MEEP is also one who sucks the fun out of their friend's (who tend to stick around purely out of pity until said MEEP is even too much of a jerk to feel sorry for) lives. They add nothing to a conversation besides awkward and embarassing comments (for example they might engage in an adult conversation about how their mother does their laundry or how they recently renewed their unemployment benefits), thereby humiliating the actual adults around them.
1. (Noun) Oh no! That meep is here!
2. (Verb) She's over their in the corner just meeping around.
3. (Adverb) Meepily walking across the room, she draws no attention to herself.
4. (Adjective) I can't stand that meepy bitch!
Please feel free to utilize the word MEEP in your daily conversations to describe such a person or behavior. Do you know a MEEP? I bet you do!
A total douche bag troll who has dedicated his life to hating Oregon Sports. This loser claims to have a job, but unless you count cleaning between his mom's toes as a job, he is a liar. And, he is indeed, a liar also. 6BCS is also known as 6 tities and has countless other names he uses to get back to the Oregon board after being kicked off.
The consensus opinion is that 6 tities lives in his mother's basement when he has the courage to sleep without her. 6 tities also has a strange attaction to mullets and actually talked his mother into a mullet hair style, which she still wears.
The kicker in Pet Detective is most like 6BCS, living in mom's home and possessed with a singular thought relating to sports. Meanwhile, the kicker in Pet Detective is a better person as portrayed.
aka Eli "I Want My Mommy" Manning. A semi talented quarterback who did not wean off his mothers teat until he turned 22 years old. Also dependent on his father to make decisions for him. Not to mention he cannot own up to his own mistakes.
Guy 1: Man, I don't know what to do? I don't know how to face my girlfriend and tell her I don't want to be with her anymore?
Guy 2: Why don't you ask your dad to break up with your girl for you?
Guy 1: Great idea, dude! I am so gonna pull off an Eli Manning!
|5.||Middle child syndrome|
When a middle child - typically of a family of three kids who are close in age - feels left out or neglected.
Because the bigger sibling is the first born and typically an over-achiever, they are the most important and get the most privileges. A younger sibling is the 'baby' of a family and gets away with more as well as being the most looked-after. Middle-child syndrome starts when the middle child is squeezed between these two and have trouble finding their 'niche' in the family.
Middle children will sometimes...
-misbehave to get attention
-go with the flow
-work as little as possible
-be less parent-dependent then their siblings
-become the 'loner' of the family, not participate in family events unless told to.
-play the peacemaker
-be more likely to go to a friend for advice than a parent
-be very creative
In short its where the older child gets all the awards, the younger gets all the love, and the middle gets nothing.
(A real-life example of what happened to my younger sis, who suffers from middle child syndrome)
Oldest: Hey I just turned 16!
Mom: Lets go pick you out a car!
-1 1/2 yrs later-
Middle: Hey I just turned 16!
Mom: Oh.. er.. well we're still paying for your sib's car, so you'll have to just borrow from her when you can..
-2 yrs later-
Youngest: Hey! I just turned 16!
Mom: Yay! And I just finished paying for the other car! Lets go get you a car!
Middle: Hey! I should be the next one to get a new car!
Youngest: but its MY birthday
middle: Thats stupid
youngest: MOMMY SHE JUST CALLED ME STUPID!!
mom: Be nice to your little sister on her birthday!! Come on, birthday-girl! Lets go get that car!