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4.
A mythical fairy land inhabited by fantastical creatures.
"I just saw a squirrel outside."
"Hot damn! I didn't know those existed!"
by CannibalGuppy April 24, 2005
 
15.
Beyond the known, expected or predictable.
Budget-setting: "Aw, c'mon, stick to the facts, man. That's an outside guess."
Re an oddball- & yeah, I've heard it more than said it: "THAT thinkin's a little outside,eh?"
Re acts-a-Gawd: Wow! See that one!? That came from outside, dinnit!"
by Kate from the Ville April 22, 2005
 
16.
not in the know; to be excluded
I've been kept outside of this all year??!!??
by Ian Lewis April 22, 2005
 
17.
Where people who are bored and video game addicts should go but they don't.
Bob: I'm sooooo bored....
Joe:Why not go outside?

Jimmy: Omg I'm pwning in Halo 3.
Jimmy's Mom: Time for you to go outside young man.
by my life be like July 03, 2009
 
18.
In Modern Jazz, the far, far FAR avant garde typified by Ornette Coleman or Miles Davis; beyond meter or tempo or harmonic conventions....Also known as Free Jazz...
Brother was blowing so outside last night the drummer got lost and couldn't find his way home...
by FreekDaddy April 22, 2005
 
19.
An unbearable realm that is not compatible with the internet race. Only truly accessible when the big yellow orb in the sky disappears and is replaced with a much more forgiving white orb. Modern technology can reproduce "Outside" with better features, so the real thing is migrating to legacy.
Billy - Why the absolute FUCK did you go outside?
Mike - I needed food...
*SLAP*
Billy - We wait for the white orb.
by Huriachi February 06, 2014
 
20.
the word that surfers yell when huge waves are coming out.
"Well we get on our boards and we paddle out
And we talk surfer clout 'cuz it's got lotsa clout (with the chicks!)
And we watch Pat get a bitchin' ride
And then another dumb surfer yells OUTSIDE!"
--The Ziggens, Outside!
by JohnnyLurg March 08, 2012
 
21.
To be excluded from the circle of people who are party to a secret, who are members of a conspiracy, or who share a common attribute. It is the opposite of "inside" the conspiracy. Leaving people "outside" often reflects the insiders goal of protecting them from the legal consequences of knowledge of he secret.
In the TV show The West Wing a dozen or so people were privy to the knowledge that President Bartlett had M.S. His wife knew and was "inside". His press secretary, C J Craig, was "outside" and could say in public with complete and legally unassailable honesty (though in fact inaccurately) that the president was healthy. She was "outside."

The drug dealer kept his girlfriend "outside". She thought he made his money as a musician.
by Medford Man May 25, 2009