look up any word, like blumpkin:
 
4.
Usually used by illiterate 13 year olds on the net, meaning there's - there is.
13 year old: OMGZZ THERES A POP UP ON MA PC WOT DO I DO?
Person: "There's"
13 year old: LOL WOT DUS DAT MEAN?
by I'mAnonymous March 03, 2008
 
1.
a place. NOT a contraction of "they are", or a posessive pronoun.
They're going to their house, it's over THERE
by ampathy January 05, 2003
 
2.
How the grammatically-challenged spell "they're" or "their."
There over there, with there friends.
by Ollie the Dog December 28, 2003
 
3.
1. In or at that place or position.
2. A word used incorrectly by internet-folk in exchange for (a)their and (b)they're, because they sound the same when spoken.
1. He is over there. There you are.
2. (a)There coming over for dinner with (b)there children.
by justine meg selv July 31, 2005
 
5.
Netspeak (read: bastardization) of the words "They're" and "Their".
There dog likes to watch whenever there having sex.
by Pornocrasizzle December 18, 2003
 
6.
Tommy Chong defined ‘there’ in the 2006 stoner film ‘Evil Bong’ as follows:

‘There’ is where you go when you take a big bong hit, man. I’ve been there, ha, you don’t come back from there. Well I did but, man, I was lucky.

Chong’s definition of ‘there’ can be expanded to include an unreasonably excessive high, be it from a bong, joint, blunt, bowl or of course the almighty Volcano Vaporizer.
Slick Kitz: Let's go there.
Big B: I was born there, son. I'm never anywhere else.
by Biiiigggg B January 30, 2007
 
7.
n. American Indian reservation.
Bill got a liquor license for his shop down on the Res, and needless to say, he ain't doing too bad!

All the casinos are down on the Res.
by Carl Willis August 27, 2004