A non-specific sound made by teaching-figures when thinking about things.
'Listening in on other people's conversations isn't very polite, hrmm.'
n. An occurance of uber-greatness. Needless suffixes compulsory.
"Woah, did you see Mrs. Roman's head explode in English? It was the uberageness!"
A bit like an orgasm, but not quite. Originally used to describe a cheap but delicious icecream made by students (and named from the surname of one those students) with own-brand vanilla icecream and peanut butter, now it can be used towards any pleasurable experience that isn't quite an orgasm. Antonym, see: Beckers
"I'm out of desserts but I could totally mix up a batch of kiggins." (Archaic)
"You know, I hear we can actually have snow days at uni."
"What, like no lectures? That would be so kiggins."
An awful or very unpleasant experience, defined best as 'a bit like dying but not quite.' Created as the antithesis of Kiggins
the word is similarly derived from a fellow student's surname.
"I tried juggling fire last week but I was drunk so-"
"Too much cider?"
"No, Strongbow - anyway, I was juggling fire clubs but ended up catching the hot end with my face."