Opposite to the need-to-know basis. Bypassing the security of this tight security method, in which information is only given to those who can present a good case for knowing about a project; this basis allows those who "want-to-know" to fight those who say they do not need-to-know.
John: You don't have a need-to-know, girlfreind!
Leslie: Right, but I am on a want-to-know basis, dawg!
Fairly self-explainatory, a tight security method in which information is only given to those who can present a good case for knowing about a project.
The example is classified, and given out on a need-to-know basis only. Obviously, it isn't funny.
IR is an abbreviated form standing for "Information Revealed". It is usually used after someone says the "TMI" statement telling you that they really did not need to know what you just revealed, but you are proud of sharing your information.
IR is an abbreviated form standing for "Information Revealed". It is usually used after someone states the "TMI" statement telling you that they really did not need to know, but you are proud of it sharing your information.
Zac: "I had Wendy over last night after work."
Shelby:"Oh that's good. I bet you guys had lots of fun."
Zac: "Yeah we did, she smelled like hamburgers everywhere."
Shelby: "TMI Zac, TMI!!!!"
Information more personal than anyone wants, or needs, to know. A common problem on the Internet.
Person 1: I take this drug to help me sleep.
Person 2: Same here. It makes me drowsy.
Person 3: A friend of our family's son died from that drug. He had sleep apnea and he took a pill. He stopped breathing in the night and died. Worst part was, he was left in his house alone for 2 days and his dogs chewed his lips off.
Person 1: Holy sh-
Person 2: Uh, TMI there...
Acronym for "Don't Need To Know"
A synonym for FYI
Used commonly by science students when faced with extraneous lecture information.
Student 1: YO, do we need to study "Regulation of metamorphosis by thyroid hormone (T3)"
Student 2: NAW man, thats DNTK!
Student 1: AWESOME!
Distributed throughout schools worldwide.
Such as Algebra through Trigonometry, Language classes like English, unless you want to learn a new language.
Science does not fall under this category, because it is necessary, otherwise we wouldn't know that certain elements react differently, and possibly dangerously with other elements.
World Cultures is somewhat important, so that you understand other people in the world better.
John: "Excuse me, Mrs. Smith?"
Mrs. Smith: "Yes, what is it John?"
John: "This is Useless Information, when will we ever need to know how to find the x and y intercepts of the graphed line?"
Mrs. Smith thinking: "Must change the subject..."
Mrs. Smith: "Well John, if you ever get a job including the use of advanced mathematics, you will need to learn this."
John: "But I hate math, I want to be a race car driver."
Mrs. Smith: "SHUT UP NO BACK TALKING, NOW GO TO THE PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE RIGHT NOW!!!!"
John: "F*** YOU!"
After John graduated High School, he became a successful Nascar driver and later visited Mrs. Smith to rub it in, and to show her that math isn't necessary to drive a car really fast.
* Spelling represents a combination of Quick and Skimmer
Part of speech:
- Definition: To flip through pages in a book or scroll down a list.
- Frequency of use: High
- Definition: Quick or Summary.
- Frequency of use: Medium
- Definition: The quick or summary version, usually of a story.
- Frequency of use: Low
Ex 1 -
Most commonly used as a verb:
"Jackson missed a few classes last week, so he was anxious to quimmer someone's notes before the exam."
Ex 2 -
As a continuous form of the verb phrase:
"Jackson was quimmering through his classmate's notes before the exam so he could could get one more good look at the study material."
Ex 3 -
Being used as a command:
"Quimmer it." (...said Jackson's classmate as she handed him her notes before the exam.)
Ex 4 -
As an adjective:
Jackson had just enough time to read through the quimmer version of the notes before the exam.
Ex 5 -
As a noun:
Jackson should have read the quimmer his classmates put together after school last week. (Background story: he was at the parking lot across the street doing donuts.)