8 definitions by Jayy1989

If a person wont do it for 'all the tea in china', than they won't do it no matter how much money they are offered.
Johnny: "Hey, I'll give you ten bucks if you eat this cockroach."
Richie: "Yeah right, I wouldnt do that for all the tea in China!"
by Jayy1989 April 15, 2010
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To show the press your product so you can attract potential licensee software developers as well as drum up new business.
"Geez Bill, how did you get your program developed so quickly?"

"Well, Timmy, I used a little something called Product Sneaks to expose my program to the world!"
by Jayy1989 April 26, 2010
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A small broken percelain piece of a ceramic dolls face, frighteningly resembling a young, plumper, pale-faced Adolf Hitler. Supposedly believed to possess the Führer's spirit, watching through the doll's eyes.
I can't concentrate with your Hitler Baby sitting there staring at me.
by Jayy1989 April 15, 2010
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A logical fallacy in which one event is said to be the cause of a later event simply because it occurred earlier. From the Latin, short for post hoc, ergo propter hoc, "after this, therefore because of this."

Basically: A occurred, then B occurred. Therefore, A caused B.
Post Hoc: Roosters crow just before the sun rises. Therefore, roosters crowing causes the sun to rise.
by Jayy1989 April 14, 2010
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A person who does not know what they are doing, how to do it or possibly even where they are.
John: "What are you doing here!? You can't be here, its dangerous!"

William: "I'm sorry, I got confused as to where i'm supposed to be."

John: "Dude, you're a lost ball in high weeds."
by Jayy1989 April 15, 2010
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I like salt on my Alligator Pears, and I just love to make Guacamole with them.
by Jayy1989 April 14, 2010
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An ancient medical system devised in Mesopotamia, in modern-day Iraq, where a patient would be diagnosed by a physician, not by inspecting that patient, but the livers of some sacrificed animals. The liver was believed at this time to be the source of our blood, which meant it was the source of life itself. Following this logic, people therefore believed that the will of the gods could be divined by inspecting the livers of sacrificed sheep. Each section of the liver was believed to correspond to a particular deity, and clay models of sheep's livers have been found dating back as far as 2050 B.C.
Patient: "Doctor, what's wrong with me!?"

Mesopotamian physician: "Hmm, by the laws of hepatomancy, allow me to inspect my sheep's liver, so we may gather a proper diagnosis."
by Jayy1989 May 15, 2011
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