Apr 15 Word of the Day
to take an unfortunate loss and turn of events.
"last night took an L, but tonight I bounce back" - Big Sean (2017)
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by urbansammy January 20, 2017
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Apr 14 Word of the Day
That moment when you think a bug is crawling on you, and it turns out to be true. LMD

A FML moment. LMD

Pretty much you go, JUST LET ME DIE!

Wish this never happened. LMD
by misspinkyperfectionnnll July 09, 2011
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Apr 13 Word of the Day
A person who gets the vaccine and and flaunts it will high end shopping, trips, and parties
Once Lisa got the vax she turned into such a vaxinista
by M. Wolly March 23, 2021
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Apr 2 Word of the Day
Music so good it could elicit sexual arousal.
The new We Came As Romans albums is chock full of bonerjams.
by lpvitus October 28, 2009
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Apr 1 Word of the Day
translating an original text of mediocre quality from the origin language into a masterpiece in the target language
Andrew begins to imagine that he has been mistranslated, or — what is the word? — supertranslated, his novel given to an unacknowledged genius of a poet who worked his mediocre English into breathtaking Italian.
by Toldry March 30, 2021
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Mar 31 Word of the Day
When you feel bad for swiping left too much on a dating app and end up swiping someone right even though you don't even find them attractive.
Why did you swipe right? - Idk, comfort rightswiping I guess.
by SpencerHastings25 March 30, 2021
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Mar 14 Word of the Day
One who has been fully vaccinated for the COVID-19 virus and brags about it.
Two weeks after the second shot and that vaxhole is posting selfies from a Cancun bar.
by PF Cool February 28, 2021
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