2.) (verb) choosing not to attend an event which is usually deemed "lame" later on
3.) (noun) a dance popularised by Kitty Monroe during the Sneakers renaissance of 2008. Actions include fixing one's fringe, hands in pockets and displaying faux (DJ) mixing skills.
4.) (noun) a young male urbanite, usually of the skinny, white pursuasion. Apparel generally required includes (but is not limited to) winkle pickers, skinny jeans, ironically unique tees/shirts that barely fit and a hairstyle that screams "casual perfection".
5.) (noun) a period of awkward silence while DJ'ing
6.) (verb) looking excessively in mirrors
7.) (verb) (in Starcraft) destroying an opponent's main with a group of multi-commanded, over-zealous zealots (must be before destroying any other structures)
2.) "Where's Billy? Don't tell me he's chucked a tnev!!"
3.) *The Rakes start playing at Sneakers*
"Fuck yeah! I'm gonna go do the tnev"
4.) "That dude looks like Vince Noir and Faris Rotter had a baby. What a tnev!"
5.) "So I was playing this rad MGMT remix and my ableton crashed, what a tnev!"
6.) "That guy has checked his hair out fourteen times in the last hour, what a tnev!"
7.) "Some h4x0r just tnev'd me, i've got no minz!!!"