To accurately and specifically predict the reaction of someone to a situation or stimulus, showing acute insight into and observation of (or just over-familiarity with) the subject.
Named after alias of the first recorded example of "deuce-ing." Not meant to belittle the subject, but rather, to praise the observatorial powers of the deuce-er.
Place: Outside, across street from bar
Jeff and Peter observe John walking in the general direction of bar
Jeff: "Hey, ask John if he's getting a Martini or a Mimosa."
Peter: (Checks watch) To Jeff: "He'll say it's too late for a Mimosa." Yells To John: "Are you getting a Martini or a Mimosa?"
John: (Checks watch) To Peter: "It's too late for a Mimosa."
Jeff & Peter: (Laugh)
Jeff: (To Peter) "Dude, you totally deuced him."
He is also a former member of Hollywood Undead where he sang the choruses in their first album Swan Songs and their DVD Desperate Measures.
What's my name girl, what's my name girl? (Deuce! )
Shake that thang girl, shake that thang!
We can ride if you wanna ride, later
We can dance if you wanna dance, baby
I don't care if you gotta man, save me
Keep standin' by my side,
'Cause you know you're mine!
Hollywood Undead's song "No. 5"
'And all the kids in the hood
come on wave and shake your hands,
Hollywood we'll never go down
When your drunk shake that ass
like you know how to dance. Hollywood we'll never go down'
3. A situation in tennis in which a player must score two consecutive points for victory in their respective games.
4. A person, usually male, who has built their entire existence around the sport they participate in. Their free time is spent training for their sport, browsing ESPN.com, searching "cool football catch" on Youtube.com, or watching their favorite sport on television. All their discourses involve sports in one way or another. Their preferred means of transportation is a Ford pick-up truck, the higher up in the F(150-650) scale the better. They usually have large egos, small minds, and a naturally disruptive disposition to others.
5. Two (in quantity)
2. Nobody enter the bathroom, Big Bob just dropped a huge deuce.
3. I hate deuces in Wii Tennis.
4. The school weight room was full of deuces and the parking lot full of Ford pick-ups.
5. The score was deuce to zip.