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French for "the thing" in English. It is cliche that le tin' is used in everyday language to describe a person or thing that is a cereal dorkster (see cereal dorkster) or just a dorky person. A person you wont waste a spit to say his/her name. Derived from slang "da thing", in french it's pronounced as le ti-ing. Many french speaking people use this to describe offensicely a person that is generally a dork or silly person.
Person X says: comment t'apelles tu? cava?
Person Y says: Cava bien. Je m'apelle Matheson Lover.
Person X says: OO la la la la C'est Le tin' !!!!
by Excalibar July 01, 2006
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1. le thin' is french for "the thing" It is cliche that many people have decided to not waste their spit on things not worth wasting their spit on, (see getting every cents value).The is turned into "le" which is french and tin' stands for "thing". People can use le tin' to describe a person that they think is a cereal dorkster ( see cereal dorkster)or a silly person etc.

2. French for "the thing" in English. It is cliche that le tin' is used in everyday language to describe a person or thing that is a cereal dorkster (see cereal dorkster) or just a dorky person. Derived from slang "da thing", in french it's pronounced as le ti-ing. Many french speaking people use this to describe offensicely a person that is generally a dork or silly person.
E.g. One

person A: Tu comment t'appelles ?
person B: Je m'apelle le tin'

Pronounciation: le ti-ing

E.g. Two
Person X says: comment t'apelles tu? cava?
Person Y says: Cava bien. Je m'apelle Jason.
Person X says: OO la la la la C'est Le tin' !!!!
by suki~ July 01, 2006
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1. le thin' is french for "the thing" It is cliche that many people have decided to not waste their spit on things not worth wasting their spit on, (see getting every cents value).The is turned into "le" which is french and tin' stands for "thing". People can use le tin' to describe a person that they think is a cereal dorkster ( see cereal dorkster)or a silly person etc.

2. French for "the thing" in English. It is cliche that le tin' is used in everyday language to describe a person or thing that is a cereal dorkster (see cereal dorkster) or just a dorky person. Derived from slang "da thing", in french it's pronounced as le ti-ing. Many french speaking people use this to describe offensicely a person that is generally a dork or silly person.
E.g. One

person A: Tu comment t'appelles ?
person B: Je m'apelle le tin'

Pronounciation: le ti-ing

E.g. Two
Person X says: comment t'apelles tu? cava?
Person Y says: Cava bien. Je m'apelle Young Chou.
Person X says: OO la la la la C'est Le tin' !!!!
by Excalibar July 01, 2006
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