a word you use at the start or end of a sentence
I'm about to dunk on your ass real quick dic.
dic, are u serious
1: kobe is the best player in the nba
2: dic, okay. hes garbage dic
Disseminated Intravascular Coagulopathy. It is a blood clotting problem in the circulatory system.
This Lupus patient is showing symptoms of DIC
When DIC and TWAT
get togeather COMM happens
We get it up faster, keep it up longer, and shoot COMM all over your interface.
T1. A short way of saying ridiculous (see ridic)
1. "OMG! A mom tried to take off her underwear for Taylor Lautner to autograph.." "DUDE That's dic."
Main Entry: DIC (dik)
a "hypothetical" and mostly unacknowledged global organization existing to keep wayward and troubled teenagers (read as all teenagers) detained and "occupied" at high school as long as allowed after the official school hours without violating their habeas corpus rights.
D(etention) I(ndustrial) C(omplex) Akin to the Military Industrial Complex or the Prison Industrial Complex.
This collective DIC exists to profit off the sweat and tears of all bored and restless teenagers in the developed world.;
Boyfriend: "Do you want to get a slice of pizza after school today?"
Girlfriend: "I can't. The DIC is conspiring to keep me late after school in detention for the rest of the week. Just because I dared called Ayn Rand, teacher's favorite fascist writer, a selfish and callous wench!"
An animation company, which began in France, before opening up shop in the USA. At the end of some of their shows, a kid has pronounced it as "dick" before, but now, it is pronounced "deek," for obvious reasons (and the not-so-obvious reason of its French origin.)
Known for cartoons such as "Sonic the Hedgehog," "Inspector Gadget," and "Sabrina: The Animated Series."
Many people did not know this (or just assumed it meant the obvious double entendre`,) but DIC has been confirmed to stand for <b>"Dissemination, Information et Communication."</b>
The company thrives today, and an updated logo which says "The Incredible World of DIC" is their trade dress. Hmm, do I see an innuendo here? ;-)
The company has heavily cut foreign anime, for American audiences... amn, what DICks!