To describe a person who has gained vast knowledge of people, places & things through many life experiences. Usually an older, wise person who is willing to share his stories with you.
Bob: Hey John, I'm having a problem fixing my 'stang. Any advice? You said one time you had one like mine?
John: Best way to fix it yourself get a Chilton's for its year. If you need a hand, let me know. Yes, had an '87 in midnight black.
Bob: Thanks Time!
by P¥E December 05, 2009
a silly concept, contrary to popular belief is not constant. It slows down outside a bathroom door, but inside is going at a much faster pace.

Is also stretched when one is bored
"I was doing my business in the bathroom and when i had finished I found that time had passed alot faster outside and that Urban dictionary had taken over the world, shame really."
by slanted view September 25, 2009
time is an illusion.. it never stops.. its the rate at which we're going through space.
time does not stop.. time is an illusion
by lisazzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz April 30, 2007
noune, the. A rather abstract idea, also called the fourth dimension. Unlike other shortages, a lack of time tends to be welcome for anyone who is not lacking it as the person who is short of time cannot find the time to annoy the people with enough time all the time. However, excess demand can be eliminated by taxing time, so it becomes more expensive and people must spend time wondering how much they want to spend on their time, which costs them time incl. the time tax.
I spend rather a lot of time on thinking about time, its definition and why the fourth dimension cannot be chocolate cheese cake!
by -=DoC=- April 22, 2007
the passing of moments mesured in hours and minutes and so on
the time now is 2:00
by cheesey baby June 26, 2005
*New York Times. A newspaper company now recognized for being a bunch of liars.

*A set of events, et-cetera. The times also dictate the overall future of things.
MICHAEL MOORE : "Yeah my Farenheit 9/11 movie was made through all this research *blah blah blah* I was even reading the times and *blah blah blah*."
Mr. LETTERMAN : "Yeah but uh, the times--"

"Politicians and governments don't determine who's tomorrow's enemy."
"Then who does?"
"The times."
by Dave September 09, 2004
While very important in keeping track of the events that happen during the day, not important enough to pound on that.
I don't pound on the time.
by Todd May 18, 2004

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