Phrase that refers to any number of "bad" words, often seen in forum posts. Can mean shit, fuck, damn, and even other non-four-lettered-words such as ass and bitch. Can also refer to the basic four letter words with suffixes (ie "ed" "ing"). Usually said by some religious freak or ten year old that will get in trouble if their parents see it.
Damn man, that shit is fucking awesome! That bitch totally deserved it!
I could've understood what you were saying without all the four letter words...
<flame war against poster 2 ensues>
The Wilderness in the game RuneScape, the only area where people can kill other players.
guy: yo man i'm goin into the wildy
guy2: ok dude but be careful
To start something. Derived from the method of starting an old-timey car that literally had to be "cranked up" before it could be run.
Make sure the pool isn't too cold before I bother to crank up the heater.
When you send an IM to someone as they are is finishing a sentence in another window and catch the last part of their message. Embarassing for the other end but somewhat pride-inducing for the "typowner".
Used in message boards to denote a topic that should be kept on the first page through a process known as bump
ing. Translates to "Great topic, this should be read by everyone." If a thread is worthy enough and succeeds in generating a large pool of bumpers, a moderator
will usually come in and sticky
Re: How to not look like a dumbass on the forums!
Helped me a lot, and will help others too. Keep this bumped!
Someone who submits quotes to www.bash.org that never actually took place. These logs usually contain the bashbaiter
's name as the author. Some popular topics for bashbaiting are quotes from comedians that have been turned into typical IRC sentences, funny scenarios the author invented, and modified conversations to be much funnier.
They do this to get their name out as a funny person and to get the most votes.
guy: hey, check out bash.org!
dude: i never said that, you damn bashbaiter.
The opposite of masterpiece, something totally worthless in the artistic sense.
David: Look at what my kid drew in kindergarten today!
John: What a monsterpiece.
John: Masterpiece. It's a total work of art.
David: Oh, thanks. I'll tell him!