Lord Of Ring Damage. Term attributable to losing money while managing a trading portfolio, usually associated with fixed price commodities. Analogous to taking it up the butt, a painful experience that can lead to rectal dysfunction or anal damage.
Losing money on a stock portfolio, being dealt a poor hand of cards, a bad punt, a lost bet. Associated with any activity that loses money.
A typically white-robed male carrying a red staff. Most often found in the pits of Ludibrium, killing frozen ghosts.
Often whines about being poor, losing money, or that Fire Mages can't compare to Chief Bandits.
Bacterium: Oh look it's an Avagar
Jermit: No' he's not whining about money, it's a poser.
losing money during an online poker session. typically the dump occurs in less than 30 seconds resulting in a substantial loss of funds.
"i lost 700 dollars in a cyberdump last night when I was drunk. It sucked"
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1. The kid who grew up always getting the crap kicked out of him and losing his lunch money, but never turned the corner to become cool as an adult. If he were carrying books down the street, you would still knock them out of his hands and laugh.
2. The kid in school that catches a lunch money shake down on the daily.
(also see Former Lunch Money Victim)
BMW, hot spouse, big house, and cool job required to aquire this title.
"Dude, check out this guy with the cut off sweat pants..."
"Oh you know this cat is a lunch money victim"
(v.)- The act of losing most or all of one's money in a short amount of time.
Dude #1: I was feeling so rich last week, but then I spent like $100 on Homecoming and now I'm out of money.
Dude #2: Sounds like you got totally bankfucked.
September 17, 2011 Urban Word of the Day
Trying to recall where and when you spent all your money normally when that said money is needed. Occurs because of bad spending habits and fucking awesome party nights.
"Dude, I'm so bad with money! It just disappears."
"You might have spending amnesia. I remember you lost at beer pong then hit the pubs with those trannys.'"
An influence similar to peer pressure, caused by any casino when its sheer magnitude of slots, tables, people gambling, etc induces you to gamble, especially when you had no intention of gambling at that moment. Usually, but not always results in losing money.
After losing $300 the first night playing blackjack, I swore to not gamble for the next day, but a few hours later the casino pressure got to me and I ended up losing another $300.