To be acquainted in some form or fashion, with an individual on an online forum, game, social network, etc through the internet.
Similar to classmate, in referral to being acquainted, even if only in presence, in the same place at the same time, in an online-virtual fashion.
> I have a servermate I'm good friends with on Facebook.
> I'm servermates with *name* on an MMO server we frequent.
1) (noun) Sound supposedly made by mating arctic foxes.
2) (acronym) (or more backronym) YIFF or Y. I. F. F. - "Young Incredibly Fuckable Furry"
3) (proper name) YIFF sound server. Program for Linux to help handle audio.
4) (noun) More or less (usually more) sexual act. Commonly used by furries, usually denotes standard intercourse but may denote any kind of sexual behaviour between any type and number of parties (imaginary anthro creatures, humans, animals, even inanimate objects like plushies). Antonym: Yerf.
5) (verb) Like in meaning 4, "to yiff".
6) Furry (or otherwise) artwork depicting yiff as in meaning 4.
7) Expression of joy (by furries)
8) Non-invasive question about sexual feelings/will to mate.
Note in all sexual meanings this has a very specific emotional background: It's neither considered vulgar (like "fuck" or technical (like "have intercourse") or emotion-less (like "make love"). It's playful, considering the act like something fun, nice, pleasant and not very important - without any special obligations attached to it. "Let's yiff" has about the same emotional background as "Let's play".
See also yiffy
1) I heard foxes making the "yiff" noises.
2) He's a Y.I.F.F.
3) I've upgraded the yiff server.
4) Are you into yiff, or just cuddles?
5) Let's yiff.
6) It's hard to find good yiff on VCL nowadays.
7) I did it! Yiff-yiff-yiff-yiff-yiff!
8) "Yiff?" "No, thanks, I don't quite feel like this right now."
"Do It On Lan" A term used by whinging cs players who think they're good just cause they can beat the newbies wagging school at their local lan.
They play online and ask people miles away to come over here and get owned. Something they could never get to happen .. Well, at least it makes them feel better eh?
Fair enuff, there's less terpers at lan. but with locked terp on a proper war server, your just a lil' whinging beesh aren't yeh! :D
"I got beaten by some guy online, so i'll claim he's a netcoder and couldn't play proper at a lan!"
"I'm a fucknut!"
Someone who incessently spawn kills you or kills their own team mate, generated by being a total idiot who will get their behind pwned, probably by a 1337 russian gamer called Mikhal.
Example from Tribes 2.
Zobby the nob: I will kill everyone, I am the best!!
Zobby the nob: *constantly kills everyone, even own team mates with a spinfusor as soon as they spawn*
Zobby the nob: I own you all!!
Mikhal: You're a smacktard, you will die....
Mikhal: *pulls out the basic blaster and shoots down Zobby the nob with a few simple shots effortlessly*
Server: Zobby the nob screwed the pooch.
Zobby the nob: No way you cheated!!
Mikhal: Shut up you annoying smacktard, you're outta here.
Server: Zobby the nob was banned by admin Mikhal.
|5.||World of Warcraft|
The best game ever invented for guys to constantly spam the Trade channel in search of a mate (via a female "WTF IS A FEMALE OMGCYBERMEYAY!) and get the occasional Night Elf girl (really a half-naked hairy 20-30 yr old dude) offering to cyber... This game is heaven!!!
Logged on to server. Joining World of Warcraft Chat channels...
/2 Trade Cybermeyay: LF Girl, PST, must really be a girl!
/2 Trade lolfuxed: Hey, wanna meet on myspace?
/2 Trade Cybermeyay: score! omgomggirlgirlkthx
/2 Trade lolfuxed: ... ? wanna' see my NE dance baby?
I've got a mage on Azgalor! Name's Gematria, omgpstme!
A 2D istrometric pixel graphic MUD (Roleplaying Game), where many dickheads mistake it for a social networking site and dish out many hundreds of dollars of their real life money for "HC". Roleplayers dominate the servers in the end.
Ultraussie : Hey, fucking Non RPer mods banned me again
::DarkDays:: : fuck they banned me too, lost my furniture and shit
Ultraussie: God mate, should we own the noobs again?
::Darkdays:: : or leave habbo?
Bughouse Chess is a variant of Chess. It is also known as Siamese Chess, but this term is rarely, if ever, used in the community of Bughouse players. Essentially, you select a partner by request, and play another team comprised of 2 players. You and your partner each play your own board (typically high rated vs high rated and so forth), but both boards are visible to all 4 of the players. Turns still apply, the time control is typically under 3 mins (or 3 minutes 0 increment), priority of check still applies, all of the pieces still move the same, etc.) What non-experienced players will find down-right puzzling is the piece bank (amongst a few other things). When a piece is captured on your partner's board, the piece immediately becomes available for your use (given it is your turn). The piece does not expire, and can be used at any point in the game, so long as it is your turn to move. This works vice versa, and works to create an unparalleled element of creativity, via tactics and strategy, that "regular" chess does not.more...
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