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Term used to define one's virginity. All virgins have a "V-Card" until they "cash it in" for sex.
Guy 1: Where did Jason go?
Guy 2: He spent the night at some girl’s place
Guy 1: Did she cash him in?

Guy 1: Danny lost his virginity last night!
Guy 2: Who got his V-card?
by Alan King October 19, 2004
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I began using "d-pos" over ten years ago, but recently I have recognized its growing popularity as a mainstream insult. In the past it was only something to be used with my closest friends. However, I'm beginning to hear other people use it, so I'm proud to officially introduce "D-positive" to the Urban Dictionary...

"D-positive" (also known as "d-pos") is growing in popularity throughout the DC-metropolitan area. It is a nickname based upon the acronym of a very commonplace insult: "dumb piece of sh*t".

If for whatever reason, you need to keep the language clean (like you're at grandma's house), calling someone "d-positve" is the safe/clean alternative to the potentially more offensive "dumb piece of sh*t"...

(D-positive = D.P.O.S. = Dumb Piece Of Sh*t)
Dorm Room Etiquette:
"Who's the d-pos that puked in the hallway last night?"

Holidays With The Family:
"Dad are you D-positive?"

Dorm Room Etiquette Continued:
"Which one of you depo’s took my toothbrush?"
by Alan King September 3, 2004
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1) to cause friction during intense situations
2) an unnecessary contribution of verbal, physical, and/or emotional aggression
Film Reference - Tarantino, "Reservoir Dogs":
"...Managers know better than to fuck around, so if you get one that's giving you static, he probably thinks he's a real cowboy, so you gotta break that son-of-a-bitch in two..."

Musical Reference - Everlast, "What It’s Like":
"...And then she heads for the clinic and she gets some static walkin' through the doors,
They call her a killer, and they call her a sinner, and they call her a whore..."
by Alan King September 25, 2004
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"In the cut" primarily refers to a location that is secluded or hard to find. It can be used in both urban and rural areas. In a metropolitan setting, a house or store that’s “back in the cut” would be in a place off the main drag, perhaps in an older or run-down neighborhood. Likewise, in the country when someone’s house is “out in the cut” it generally means that person’s house is off the map (far away from town, gravel roads, etc.)

Livin “down in the cut” isn’t necessarily a bad thing. You can throw some bangin-assed parties when there’s nobody else around to complain about em.
Guy1 “Trey’s party was off the hook!”
Guy2 “Really, where was it? I couldn’t find the place...”
Guy1 “It’s back in the cut, on Bent Street”
by Alan King July 1, 2004
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