1 v. To overachieve in meaningless circumstances while underachieving in matters of importance.
2 adj. To look utterly confused in defeat as if one were asked to divide some huge number by pi
3 n. One who generates vulgar amounts of income and still uses a discount barber.
2. The peytoned look on his face revealed his anguish.
3. In the manner of a frugal peyton, he emerged from his Ferrari and casually sauntered into Specialcuts for a ten dollar clip.
boy-i know shes such a peyton shes so hot and nice
to hop on somebody's D in front of them.
Derived from Peyton who hopped on Will's Dee right infrotn of her current boyfriend, Nick.
Nick: Wow, way to peyton all over my shot. (verb )
Nick: Well, someone's acting very peytony..... ( Adjective )