1. the impression of progress when nothing is really getting done.
2. lip service to or about "progress" when you are actually just spinning your wheels.
From "smoke and mirrors" + "progress."
Back in the 1950s there were great predictions about flying cars and fantastic robots. It was all smogress; no one knew at the time the practical difficulties en route to that dream.
A word used as a Verb to describe your actions of doing nothing. Pretending to be busy; thinking you are actually doing something to move yourself forward in life, but you are actually spinning your wheels, doing absolutely nothing whatsoever.
Me: Hey Justin, do you want to work on a marketing piece for your Home Improvement business?
Justin: I am kinda BIZZAY at the moment.
An activity with undetermined goals.
Those poor bastards got tricked into playing three hours of whackadoodle johnson.
|4.||reach a plateau|
To reach a point where gradual progress is no longer possible and stagnation is likely, where advancement can only be achieved by a sudden, difficult, and possibly risky leap up to the next level
I'm worried about Joe. Without a college degree, he could reach a plateau in his management career.
Aiight most of you retards on here got it wrong. The term "Ricer" was originally used as a derogitory remark towards Asians. Then the term was used to describe Japanese motorcycles. From there it carried over to Japanese compact cars. Now it's used to describe ANYONE with ANY CAR that puts insanely gaudy shit on their cars that serves no real purpose other than to attempt to make it look good. It doesn't apply to people who are "all show and no go" unless that person truly believes that their all-show $2G body-kitted, $6G paint job, $3G wheels havin'... let's say '99 Civic Si (because the poor car seems to get riced the most) can beat my 432 HP 398 TQ Eclipse GSX. There's nothing wrong with a Civic, Integra or other cars that seem to get the worst rep because they've been riced so bad. I mean shit, I've seen a built B18C powered '92 Civic hatch SMOKE a Viper. SMOKE. BAD. But now if it was, say a Ford Probe with a GT-R badge and a crappy weld-on muffler trying to race a EVO 8 because he thinks that muffler added 50 HP and is louder than the EVO's exhaust, well, he's then a ricer.
V6 Mustang with Saleen body kit and Cobra-R wing
ANY CAR with spinning hubcaps
ANY CAR other than a Nissan Skyline GT-R with a GT-R badge
ANY CAR that has a body kit before having put on wheels AND an exhaust AT LEAST
ANY CAR that has an after market wing/spoiler without body kit/wheels/exhaust
Anyone who drives a Civic Si and doesn't know what Si and VTEC stand for
Unpainted body kits
ANYONE who thinks their car is faster than any I4 just because their car is a V8 (go learn how bad an EVO and WRX STi can smoke you... stock)
anyone who pisses on imports just because they're cheap to buy and cheap to modify (no wait I'm sorry you are just fucking stupid and ignorant wastes of skin)
anyone who thinks that by adding an intake and exhaust to your Civic/Integra/RSX blah blah blah will make it blazingly fast
ANYONE WHO ADDS PARTS AND DOESN'T SOMEHOW TUNE THE CAR TO GET THE MAX BENIFITS FROM THOSE PARTS
ANYONE with a weld on muffler on stock piping
I can go on forever... I'ma stop now
|6.||spin da cut|
The process of spinning the wheels on your ride as you turn sharply through a corner resulting in screaming rubber.
Come on Matt, spin da cut, spin da cut!
a situation in which no matter how hard you try to push your brain to the limit, you cannot solve any situation because you run around in circles and get nowhere like a hamster
1) The damn Korean boy is forever spinning his Niddar wheels.
2) A defeatist response to Korea's miserable history makes him spin his Niddar wheel at a furious speed.