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10 more mins boys and we're home and hosed.
by 1Head May 14, 2019
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When a player tries extra hard in an online video game to win, especially when that effort is not matched by the opposing team. Characterised by the player putting their their head extra close to the computer monitor and therefore having to squint to see what is on screen.
all-chat: when you squint to win
team chat: yea i know right lmao
by 1Head May 31, 2019
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A technique used by dishonest journalists where they exaggerate, sensationalise, slant or cherry pick for the sake of making headlines or propagating a certain agenda (usually) without ever actually lying. Journalists also sometimes cut, rearrange or take out of context what has been said by a spokesperson, sometimes using questions to invoke the desired response. The BBC, NBC and CNN love fake news. It is their bread and butter.

Using this term for satirical or alternative news should be avoided as this can dilute its effectiveness in calling out real fake news. Although similar, fake news shouldn’t be confused with misinformation as that refers to the spread of unproven, unreliable or otherwise poorly researched information rather than the purpose driven distortion of facts that is fake news.
BBC fake news headline: Trump says inject Detol into your veins
Actual story: Trump suggests doctors look into the effect of sunlight and heat on viruses
by 1Head April 25, 2020
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When you've been playing a game from dawn til dusk for the past week and have to go down to the shops for food and forget how to interact with real people.
How will you be paying for that sir?



That guy got skyrimitis or something, he thinks im an NPC
by 1Head November 4, 2018
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Random videos from 5 years ago that pop up in your YouTube feed.
by 1Head June 2, 2019
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When you forget how long you've been out of school and people treat you like an adult, when you still see yourself as an 11 year old.
Hello Sir, how can I help you?
What did you just call me?

These kids treating me with some mad respect, what an age-lol.
by 1Head November 4, 2018
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To clip the stream of a new finding in a video game and share it so that others may experiment with it in their own gameplay.
Commonly used in speedrunning, where the finding is a glitch or other action to be used in a speedrun.
*Speedrunner finds/performs huge but nigh-impossible glitch*
viewer1: looks good
viewer2: clip it and ship it
by 1Head May 8, 2019
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