Used when "no" is too formal, and "nope" is too casual.
If it's ever capitilized, you're using it wrong.
Police: "Did you kill this man?!"
To get significantly more attractive after going through the process of puberty.
Origin stems from Harry Potter
, where the character Neville Longbottom (actor: Matthew Lewis
) went from a dumpling shaped (but very sweet) 11 year-old to a daaaamn fine
(and still very sweet) 25 year-old today.
The word was popularised by tumblr usage as both a noun and a verb.
Me looking in the mirror: I'd better Neville Longbottom by the time I get to uni, or I'm going to die alone. :/
Person returning home from uni: Is that...? Is that Susan?! Well she certainly Neville Longbottomed.
Person referring to their boyfriend: Nah, I'm not gonna break up with him. Yeah he's kinda pudgy, bit fingers crossed he'll do a Neville Longbottom!
Somebody who replies to texts using just one word, and often just one monosyllable word.
Not worth your time, really.
A:How are you?
A:Get up to much today?
A:I went swimming again
A:Yeah, no offence but you're kind of a monotexter so I'm not going to text you anymore. Facetime later?
The fear of chewing gum. True thing, google it.
Not to be confused with the phobia that you'll open a packet of gum and have it taken by others, this is called high school
Me: "Dude, I have got to become friends with Rebekah. She has chiclephobia, so she'll never ask me for my chewing gum!"
Somebody who really has nothing better to do. Like get off this website. There's nothing salvagable of it left. Get a life.
"I was going to invite (insert your name here) to the party but I've hear they're an urban dictionary editor. Like eesh.."
cute, cutie, etc.
Kid 1: Look! I just saw one of Kevin's baby pictures!
Kid 2: Aw, schnips!