1. friend, pal, compatriot, someone you don't know the name of, someone you don't want to tell the name of
2. close friend, pal, compatriot
3. used to describe budding fungi, or any other thing that... buds.
Buddy's keeping The Notebook captive again.
How 'bout that buddy yeast....
people who are aware of how retarded
you are and still manage to be seen in public
with you. people who make you laugh till you pee your pants. people who cry for you when one of your special items disappear. when you dont have enough money to get a ice cream, they chip in. knows all of your internet passwords. who would never make you cry just to be mean.
I think I have a lot of friends that would fit this perfectly.
A certain brand of lip balm which is especially great, and a hero to those who use acutane or have generally dry skin.
Ugh man, my lips are peeling, I need some chapstick.
I carry chapstick with me everywhere.
A word that americans use to address each other. Particularly stoners, surfers and skaters.
dude, i'm like......dude
Slang for "friend" used in New Zealand, Britain, Australia and Tasmania
"What's goin' on mate?!"
1.a man who is the lover of a girl or young woman;
2.a boy or man;
3.a person who is member of your class or profession;
4.a person who is frequently in the company of another;
5.an informal form of address for a man;
1."if I'd known he was her boyfriend I wouldn't have asked"
2."that chap is your host"; "there's a fellow at the door"; "he's a likable cuss"
3."the surgeon consulted his colleagues"; "he sent e-mail to his fellow hackers"
4."drinking companions"; "comrades in arms"
5."Say, fellow, what are you doing?"; "Hey buster, what's up?"
An Australian term used to describe teenagers who wear a nautica, polo or nike white hat, tilted upright revealing the front of their hair with the strap at the back done up tight so it is dangling out the back, a striped polo or nautica shirt with the collar popped and either saucony or nautica trackies or shorts, topped off with nike Tnz which are fresh. These lads think they are tough but are generally small and skinny and travel in packs trying to roll other innocent bystanders for their worth.
The lad threatened the innocent bystander by saying 'Wat bra! i'll shank ya lad', after completing his theft he headed up to a blank wall and began to graffiti.
You stupid americans are all wrong. Bloke is simply a British slang term for 'man/guy', with perhaps slight connotations of masculinity, and used only in an informal setting. Unlike 'guy' it is not normally used vocatively, as in 'hey you blokes'.
'I met this bloke in town who told me to stop wasting my time on the internet...'
Noun. 1.a good friend, pal, or buddy..chummy.adj. to be friendly.
2.Shark bait composed of unwanted or useless fish parts. chummed; chummer; chumming; ect.
3.SLANG.Semen or sebum see also "smegma".
1.n."They are old chums"
adj."They are acting chummy"
2."I saw a chummer chumming with chum, he chummed all day"
3."Suck my chum!"
1 who has a sexual thought every ten seconds.