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Capital of Wisconsin and home to UW-Madison, one of the nation's top party schools. Renowned also for its Halloween celebrations, which for the last few years have ended in drunken riots.

Due to this reputation, the word is used at other schools as a synonym for "extremely drunk."
Frank: Hey, we're going out to get trashed. Wanna come?
Ernest: No, man, I was totally madison last night.
by Lady Chevalier November 06, 2005
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Despite all evidence to the contrary, pulchritudinous is used to describe a person of great physical attractiveness. No one is quite sure why this is, because the word *sounds* like something unpleasant on the bottom of your shoe.

This is possibly due tothe fact that it shares sounds with words such as sepulchre, repulsive, cretin, lewd, and pus.

It's a good word to use when you'd like someone to *think* you're insulting them.

It is in no way synonymous with lugubriousness. But it should be.
My, but you're looking pulchritudinous today!

Firt kid: You're so pulchritudinous.
Second kid: Mooooooooom, Jimmy's calling me names!
First kid: *righteously indignant* I gave you a compliment!
by Lady Chevalier May 07, 2005
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A sale of secondhand items, held in a driveway, garage, or front yard. They usually take place on Saturday mornings in summer.

From rummage sale, so called because it is a sale where you can freely "rummage" (or sort) through things in piles or boxes.

They typically include used clothes, old records, ancient appliances, Happy Meal toys, potholders, small brass deer, broken watches, coffee cups, and "crafty" Christmas decorations. Each sale is different, and finding something good is not a guarantee. (One might argue that it is actually unlikely, as you are sorting through someone else's cast-offs.)

It's main appeal is the thrill of the hunt and the chance at finding a real bargain.
You wouldn't believe the find I got at this rummage today! A nearly complete set of beat-up Beatles albums! AND a broken record player on which to play them!
by Lady Chevalier October 03, 2005
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Verb, "to be excellent." Used to express great approval or joy.

Commonly applied to people, events, and objects, but rarely locations.

It is frequently preceded by the adverb totally, and may be used with or without the terminal preposition.

Similar to rock my face off, but with a dorkier twist.

Online usage note: phrase must be accompanied by some form of caps lock.
Megan! AWESOME! You totally rock my socks!

Caesar: Napoleon Dynamite sucked... like a leech.
Cleopatra: Are you kidding me? That movie totally rocked my SOCKS off!

Having free laundry at my dorm rocks my socks off.
However, the laundry room itself is a location; ergo, it does not rock my socks. :(
by Lady Chevalier May 23, 2005
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adj. Excellent, fantastic.

Derived from the verb "to rock" (to be excellent). Appending the common English suffix "acious," the word becomes an adjective meaning roughly "the quality of one who rocks."

May also be used as an interjection.
Rocktacious! I just bought a whole chocolate factory with no money down!

I rock; therefore, I am rocktacious.
by Lady Chevalier May 23, 2005
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Something awesome (especially something unexpected or surprising) that makes your life easier or in some way better; a declaration of love.

Also, part of a childhood playground threat.
Wow! I had no idea that accurately graphing parabolas could be so easy! This TI-83 is my new best friend!

Alice, I can't believe you did that! Wow! You're my new best friend!

That was SO much fun! Rock climbing is my new best friend!

You didn't pick me first for your kickball team yesterday. I hate you now. But that's okay. Sally is my NEW best friend.
by Lady Chevalier May 23, 2005
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Means teddy bear in Swedish. The word refers to a cellphone because of the way some people cuddle and cradle the device next to their faces--like a little kid with a favorite stuffed animal.

Term originated in Sweden, but is taking on a life of its own in the English-speaking world.
Hang on--I'm getting a ring on the nalle.
by Lady Chevalier October 08, 2005
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