(n) Opposite of smartphone. A cellphone which has little or no advanced features such as a large, bright screen, or applications such as Email and Web browsing.
Cingular wanted to sell me a $399 Pocket PC with an $80-a-month unlimited voice and data contract, but I told them to stick it. I bought a free-after-rebate dumbphone instead.
by flyingfish November 25, 2006
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something you say when somebody is acting disconnected from the real-life world
"I really want that fish from finding nemo to rail me."
"go outside and touch some grass, disgusting fiend"
by slightlyqueerreindeer May 22, 2021
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A meme that has become irrelevant or unfunny, often due to age or overly cringeworthy use.

A Dead Meme does not have to be old; many people still continue to make Shrek jokes despite the many years since original thread.

Often times a Dead Meme can be revived, if only self-referential, or satirical. If not, it can be considered quite annoying for a Dead Meme to be used.
Person 1: Hey, remember that turning around dramatic chipmunk thing?

Person 2: Yeah, it's such a dead meme.

Person 1: I heard it got on the front page of imgur the other day.

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Person 1: Ain't nobody got time fo--

Person 2: No, stop.

Person 2: That meme is dead as fuck.
by Dead Horse Jockey March 26, 2017
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A Yiddish phrase for worries, stress, or hassle.
Oy, Zelda, I don't want to be a kvetch, but I've got tsuris up to here.
by uclafalcon April 21, 2006
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1. the basic Japanese noun for "cat."

2. Japanese slang for the "bottom" in a homosexual relationship. The claim that it is derived from the word for "cat" is a folk etymology; the true origin of the word is unknown, but it might be related to the Japanese verbs "neru" (寝る: to lie down, to lie supine; to go to bed, to go to sleep)/"nekaseru" (寝かせる: to put someone to bed, to lay somebody down) or the noun "nekko" (根っこ: the base of a tree, the roots around the bottom of a tree). It is the counterpart of "tachi" (タチ: the "top"), which might be related to Japanese "tachi" (太刀: a Japanese long sword) or "tachi" (立ち: standing (up), the state of being erect).
1. kawaii neko desu ne. ("That's a cute cat, amirite?")

2. kawaii neko desu ne. ("That's a cute bottom boy, amirite?")
by nek0mimi December 01, 2009
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A game played while in a vehicle. 'Padiddle' is said when another vehicle is spotted that has only a single headlight. The person/people who didn't say padiddle must remove one article of clothing.

~A pair of shoes generally count as one article.
~Rules can be changed to include motorcycles, bicycles, etc.
~Word can be changed, so as to throw people off. If the phrase is, 'Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled pink pajamas.' It's likely that the person saying the phrase will mess up and will have to remove one article of their clothing.
car: *rolling down the road*
p1: *spots car with one headlight* PADIDDLE!
p2: *removes both shoes*
by Jennifer December 16, 2003
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(v), (n): The act of flirting through conflict.
(v) Though it appeared that Alyssa and Stefen were fighting, they were in fact conflirting.

(n) Alyssa and Stefen's conflirtation was painful to watch.
by Alyssa K. Stefenopolis March 25, 2010
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