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It is said that, this term means inbetween ok and sucks. Yet this is only at the surface level, as not one expects much from the person or situation upfront.

1. A type of gay person that is not well defined. Does not fit well into any "subcategory" (in a sexual sense). It is a very gray term that the man (or lesbian woman) can "hide" under.

2. Any weakness or faux pas that can usually be written it off nonchalantly. While he (or she) may or may not blur the lines well; they either dances around them or finds the right people who don't seem to care, that they can avoid them. The slip-up that somehow slips through.

3.The wallflower that blossoms for the right person, but may seem hard to get to just about everyone else. When the right person finds them, they ends up becoming the the unexpected love of someone's life.

4. Nobody expected much from them, but they turn out to be the dark horse (or white knight) every time.

5. The last picked who turns out to be the best ever.

6. Any 11th hour miracle.
Person 1: He seems too jippy....theres no way I would do him
Person 2: Me either...
Person 3: Yeah, but I heard he's perfect for his boyfriend.
or- I have my jippy ways, but somehow I
by ontherise June 14, 2010
 
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Adjective used to completely write off an item or person. An all encompassing word for an item or a person that falls in the gray area in between ok and suck. The word to describe a feeling of disappointment that does not carry an emotional investment or endowment, because you never really expected anything other than "jippiness" from the "jippy" item or person in the first place. Quite possibly the most perfect adjective ever created. A possible derivitive of gyp or "getting gypped" a derogative term aimed at the gypsy culture.
"The Atari version of Pac-Man was pretty jippy" or "Sounds like my jippy boss just took credit for my idea...again." or "Sorry, just crashed again, my computer is pretty jippy" or the most widely used: "That girl is pretty jippy."
by iBrad May 11, 2006