short for "good job lookin' out for ______ (me, us)

Thanks.
Yo, man, my hair's a rats' nest today. Can, I borrow your Sox hat? Good lookin' out.
by theunknowngl October 16, 2004
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"They scared to death, they scared to look, they shook... cause ain't no such thing as halfway crooks." Mobb Deep, Shook Ones
by kennethcowan.com January 29, 2003
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Used to draw the "no sex/physical intimacy" boundaries. Generally used for people who have an agreeable personality but no sex appeal. A nice way of saying "I could never get on you."
I know we've been dating a lot, but I just like you as a friend.
by Laura May 26, 2004
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Obsessed or attuned to a particular thing, idea, or person to an unseemly degree. Always used in the pejorative.

Seems to have originated in the Mid-Atlantic region (probably Southeast D.C.).
Damn, he's pressed for some soda!

He called you 23 times last night? He is pressed.
by Yellowcandy February 23, 2005
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A hidden item placed in a movie, television show, or otherwise visual media for close watchers.

Originates from the the 1975 movie "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," when the cast had an Easter Egg hunt but most of the eggs went unfound. They can be seen throughout the film in various locations (such as under Frank N. Furter's throne).
The framed picture of Julia Roberts inside the character's home was an Easter Egg inserted by the director.
by Chuck April 15, 2004
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v. to crash into and/or over a driver's side door(of a vehicle) while riding your bike. A painful biking experience
where two conflicting world-views collide.
What happened to your face?!
I was riding down first and some fucking yuppie got out of their beamer without looking and I got doored and did a face plant. Fuck!
by roger February 3, 2004
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Tact exercised in an electronic environments, for example, when composing email, instant messenging, or weblogging (or commenting therein).
Jim thought he was being funny and clever, but his comments about my blog lacked e-tact.
by Juan Franela February 23, 2005
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