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Swedish for the verb "piss".
"Ursäkta mig, mina herrar. Jag måste pissa."
("Excuse me, gentlemen, I have to piss.")
by Mefistofeles August 21, 2004
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(noun)
From the TV cartoon South Park - Cheese Poofs is the favored snack of Cartman, regarly bought for him by Cartman's mom. The ultimate non-nutritous TV snack.
After the tv series got regognition, "cheese poof" became a popular slang word with various meanings. It can be used as an insult as well as a word for all sorts of unhealthy snacks.
According to rumour, "cheese poof" crisps exist in the real world too. Possibly an attempt to ride on the South Park wave.
1. (original) I'm not fat, I'm big-boned. Now give me those cheese poofs, damnit!
2. (extended) Man, I'm hungover. Let's go grab some cheese poof kinda snack.
3. (insult) You wanna go home to bed and it's not even midnight? Don't be such a cheese poof!
by Mefistofeles August 24, 2004
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(noun)
An incomprehensible stream of words. Examples: languages you don't understand, baby talk, a sentence that doesn't mean anything, telling a story that doesn't make sense.
(see also gibberish, prattle, chatter)

(verb)
To engage in babble talk.

Derived from the legend of the Tower of Babel, the Biblical origin of all languages.
-Kneecap, singlehanded, sheetmusic, lottery, gooble gaable orf orf.
-Dammit, will you just stop that babble?!!
by Mefistofeles August 25, 2004
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(noun)
An insult that is apparently a combination of the words bastard and bitch - applying on both sexes. The expression (along with the modern revival of the word frag) originated in the comic book Lobo from DC Comics, in the late 1980s.
"I'll devour ya entrails and thoroughly enjoy it, ya fraggin' bastich!"
by Mefistofeles August 22, 2004
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Greek for 'hidden things'. Slang term derived from the Apocryphical Books of the Bible. In daily speech, "Apocrypha" and "apocryphal" means something that is not canonical, something that doesn't really count. Often used by comic book or tv-show geeks.
No, no -- Spock never visited Never-Never Land in current Star Trek continuity. That episode is totally apocryphal.

(Note that the example itself is apocryphal and not taken from neither the real world nor Star Trek lore.)
by Mefistofeles August 30, 2004
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From the Greek word Apocrypha which means 'hidden things'. Slang term derived from the Apocryphical Books of the Bible. In daily speech, "Apocrypha" and "apocryphal" means something that is not canonical, something that doesn't really count. Often used by comic book or tv-show geeks.
Nah -- Spock never visited Never-Never Land in current Star Trek continuity. That episode is totally apocryphal.

(Note that the example itself is apocryphal and not taken from neither the real world nor Star Trek lore.)
by Mefistofeles August 30, 2004
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(noun)
American word for Brits.
Derived from Ringo Starr, the famous drummer of British pop group the Beatles. Since there is nothing more British than the Beatles, Ringo has since became a common American slang word for any Brits. For example, this is what Samuel L. Jackson calls Tim Roth in the film Pulp Fiction.
Now Ringo, I'm gonna count to three, and when I count three, you let go of your gun, and sit your ass down. But when you do it, you do it cool. Ready?
by Mefistofeles August 28, 2004
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