A person who gets a crowd psyched up by being the first one to clap or to shout.
Also a person who claps and shouts, at a small concert or show, enough to replace a small cheering crowd.
Man, that show tonight had a rough crowd, at least Gary was there to get them to start cheering, he's a one-man crowd!
When somebody shouts on e-mail or chat sites on the web. Usually (but not always) all in caps and at somebody else.
(Online) Eg 1:
Meg: WOULD YOU IDIOTS STOP TALKING ABOUT THAT STUPID "Jo Bro" CONCERT ALL READY?!?!? IT'S BEEN ALMOST 3 MONTHS!!!!!!!!!!
Katie: NO! It was a-MA-zing!!! And you need to stop e-shoutiong at us.
(Offline) Eg 2:
Matt: I'm so sick of Joe e-shouting at us all about how we lost the game!
Thugs for hire used to rough up others. Bussed in supposed "tea party" people but actually paid for by others used to shout down and intimidate at public meetings or rallies.
The wealthy business owner brought in a goon squad to shout down labor protesters wanting fair treatment.
|32.||Lying to his phone|
A situation in which someone is pretending to be on the phone for the purpose of trying to look like they talk to people other than their mother or because they want to avoid having to talk to people they recognise in the surrounding area. Near enough always done by males, who want others to believe they're desired by many ladies when in fact they would probably die if a pretty girl approached them.
David: Kyle's over there, shout him and ask him if he has done the homework set by Rogers
Pete: Nah man he's on his phone to one of his people, might be a girl
David: Dude, he got rejected by the ugliest girl in school and everyone despises his snitching ass, he's clearly lying to his phone.
1. The equivalent of clapping in ice hockey, in which a player literally taps his stick against the ice, boards or glass to create a clapping sound. As with clapping, this is generally a congratulatory gesture, or sometimes a sign of respect or encouragement (as with a player leaving the rink with an injury).
2. Outside of the actual playing of hockey, the term may be used as above, or to give a shout-out, recognition, etc. for pretty much any reason. In this case, when used in writing (as in message boards, blogs, etc.) the term is often abbreviated as s/t.
1. Only an asshole doesn't give a stick tap when they're finished playing the national anthem.
2. S/t to Casey for pointing out that shortcut. I had no idea it was there!
An exclamatory phrase used predominately by black people. Used to let people know you've arrived or to shout out to a homie from afar.
Black person: "Hooley-Hoo! We here!"
To verbally overpower any and every person or thing within a 3-block radius with the sheer volume of one's voice. To shout, yell, or publicly broadcast conversations that could have been easily and appropriately handled in a normal tone of voice. To cause any and all of your coworkers to buy top-notch headphones just so that they can continue to work when they are in the same building. To talk in a normal voice until a customer is on the phone and then yell a conversation with them that everyone in the building can hear.
I was trying to get stuff done at work today, but he was DanWoods'ing it all day.
That meeting was so loud, they definitely DanWoods'd it.