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noun. A dj from Houston, Tx that somehow wound up in the NW. Speaks with a thick accent and uses words and phrases such as fixin, ima, gonna and the dreaded ya'll. Recieved the name for being arrested for shoplifting motor oil on his eighteenth birthday.
Theft's set was aweseome until he picked up the microphone.
by Colin Pinkerton November 18, 2003
 
1.
the prime funtion of a CEO
CEO: 'The company is broke but i made $400 million. I must admit, i do my job quite well. Time to go back to my golden castle full of antiques in narnia.'
by Gigantic Array of Yetis November 18, 2003
 
2.
Borrowing without permission with no intent on returning.
"Where did you get that tv?"

I borrowed it from walmart. i borrowed it it's not theft
by YHS '09 March 10, 2009
 
3.
: the act of compulsive stealing: Usually random stealing of high school phones, fire exstinguisher, cpr ANDY's, and other schools award plaques.
Scott Serafin; Rob Diton;
by youstolemy calculator February 15, 2005
 
4.
When something is handed to you and you leave with it.
I gave Erica my dollar at SportWay and she didn't give it back to me before I left. These lines will rhyme because she committed theft
by L B H September 08, 2010
 
5.
I had a roommate that would steal money from me when I was not home. When I confronted him, he sent me an email saying: I don't care if you call me a theft. In the real sense of the word, he is, but he meant a "thief." For crying out loud!! He is supposed to be a college graduate and he writes like that, that is the real theft. So according to him, a theft is a person who steals money from somebody else.
I don't care if you call me a theft, or My spouse is a dirty old theft, when I was a kid, i became a theft. haha!! very wrong.
by undercover agent 008 September 08, 2010
 
6.
Robbing someone, when someone breaks into your home or business, and steals something.
Someone tried to break into my home, and I introduced them to my Frank Thomas aluminum bat.
by Saints November 18, 2003
 
7.
A more qualified term for stealing, can also be used as Thefter, regarding theives.
"I was deciding to go on a thefting spree, so I went to the thefter's house and thefted his TV"
by UnderarmSquid April 23, 2006