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Acronym for "keep in touch"
It's been great getting to know you better this year! Stay cool!!! KIT!!!!!!!!
by Anonymous November 01, 2001
noun: a style of animation that originated and is still heavily centered in Japan.

The word 'anime' is based on the original japanese pronunciation of the american word 'animation.'

The stereotype of the anime style are characters with proportionally large eyes and hair styles and colors that are very colorful and exotic. The plots range from very immature (kiddy stuff), through teenage level, to mature (violence, content, thick plot). The classification of 'hentai' is given to animes of a stong sexual nature.

Although over 95% of anime has nothing perverted about it, most closed-minded idiots think anime is always a form of pronography.
Although most people stop watching 'cartoons' in their early teens, there are 'animes' for all age groups.
by pachmoedius March 08, 2005
anyone who defines their own name on urban dictionary
what the shit? that kid is a fucking idiot.
by ed\'s neighbor (and friend) October 11, 2003
A vast array of pornography and advertisements.
by Cyclone March 03, 2003
The kind of guy most girls ACTUALLY want when they say they want a Nice Guy.

Jerks are selfish, manipulative bastards who see women as little more then sexual conquests to brag about to their buddies or mere objects that are there for their personal pleasure. As to ensure the post-sex breakup will be in their favor, Jerks often play the "sensative guy" early on so the girl will make most of the moves on HIM, and after he's done with her and dumps her for some other girl just like her, he can make it look like she's at fault for coming on too strong, and consequently she'll take him back if he chooses to return for seconds.

Typically are/were Frat Boys, Jocks, and Preps in school.
"Yeah, Billy's a real Jerk the way he used Tricia like that. Can't believe she bought his crap though."
by ShadowD May 16, 2005
great, awesome, see also wizard
man, that's so palace!
by bonker January 08, 2004
A guy who likes to wear sequinced tops and spandex shorts - a lot. Often known for his work-out videos, such as "Sweating to the Oldies", where he will be joined on stage with various fatties in the background. According to an A&E biography on him, he used to be an actor and referred to as "Dickie". He was also apparently always yearning for his father's attention (could explain some things). Has never actually gone out and said he was homosexual, but all signs seem to point to YES GAWD YES!
Richard Simmons exercise videos are funny in a disturbing way.
by The awesome one December 13, 2004
The Palace is a software program used to access two-dimensional virtual communities, also called palaces. A typical palace is represented as a series of flat backgrounds with one or more clickable areas, or doors, and players represented by either the default spherical avatar or a user-created avatar up to 132×132 pixels large, with an 8-bit color palette.

The biggest Palace legacy on internet is in fact the Dollz created almost 10 years ago as Palace avatars. Because the Palace has a flexible avatar system someone figured it was fun to make a simple body you could dress up. Once the member has created an avatar to represent herself or himself, the member can pick up various pieces of clothing or other items, such as hats, handbags, cans of soda, candy bars, bicycles, or hand tools.

As in many other Virtual Worlds, prestige is shown through the intricacy of the user's avatar. Some users sign on with two or more clients in order to blanket their avatar across a higher area to give themselves more area to express themselves.

The Palace was created by Jim Bumgardner, an employee of Time Warner Interactive, in 1994. Bumgardner incorporated many features of Idaho, an in-house authoring tool he had previously developed for making multimedia CD-ROMs. One of those features was iptScrae, a Forth-like programming language. The name is a play on the word "script," in Pig Latin. One of the unique features of the Palace, for its time, was that the server software was given away for free, and ran on consumer PCs, rather than being housed in a central location. This is one of the reasons why Palaces are still running today.

The Palace's source code, along with that of its associated server software, was the subject of a number of sales between companies until 2001, when it was purchased by Open Text Corporation as part of a bankruptcy settlement. The software is currently unsupported by Open Text or any of its previous owners, and many members of the community now consider the software abandonware and provide support for existing versions on various unofficial web sites.

There are no official Palace software developments but two groups have decided to make alternative clients: PalaceChat: Jameson Heesen, created PalaceChat for Mac OS X. Brainhouse Laboratories, is currently producing Phalanx Visual Chat.

Like many projects there are some drawbacks and most people decide to stick with the old and outdated client for as long as their operating system supports it. But Phalanx has been eliminating drawbacks, and will soon be a complete and viable replacement for the original software on the Windows 2000/XP and newer platforms.
ark: hay im new 2 the palace
ark: u look fine!
ark: a/s/l?
maegis: s/t/f/u
by ark lol January 11, 2006
1)Inabilty to speak, Mute
2)Lacking intelligence, stupid
That deaf "dumb" and blind kid sure plays a mean pinball --The Who

I cant believe you would test to see if that wire is live with your tounge. Man your "Dumb".
by Jdlaxer April 30, 2007