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Japanese for “what?”. The saying has recently become a meme, with it being paired with the saying and meme; “Omae wa mou shindeiru”. Can also be referred to the soccer player.
Some dude: “Omae wa mou shindeiru!”
Me: “Nani?”
by OfficialDeltaGamer March 17, 2019
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Arguably a better Microsoft Word. And for good reason. It may have less options, but with it being accessible anywhere and on any device with Google Chrome, it stands as the better word processor program. You can even edit offline! And it doesn’t autocorrect words! Sure, there’s Microsoft Word online, but who fucking cares about it? Just see the definitions for it on here, you’ll see why. You can have others help you edit documents online, and more! It’s great, and a upgrade from Word!
Some dude: “Microsoft Word is the best!”
Me: “No, Google Docs is way better!”
*Argument starts*
Me: “Wait, why are we arguing about word processor programs again?”
by OfficialDeltaGamer March 17, 2019
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A superhero from Marvel comics. Wields a bow and arrow. Also appears in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in several movies, with his first appearance being in 2012’s The Avengers. He becomes Ronin in the new Avengers: Endgame movie.
“Say whatever you want about him, but Hawkeye’s a badass alright. You don’t have to have an actual superpower to be cool, and Hawkeye is a perfect example of that!”
by OfficialDeltaGamer March 17, 2019
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A place where you bless the rains.
“I bless the rains down in Africa!”
by OfficialDeltaGamer March 17, 2019
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The fourth installment in the Avengers group of movies, as well as the 20th (I think) movie in the MCU, aka the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The setting of the movie is a little bit after the snap. With almost a month to go as of this when this definition is possibly posted, we still have very little knowledge about the movie’s plot as a whole. It will be officially released in the US on April 26, 2019 (this year). The movie will feature the remaining Avengers that survived the snap from Infinity War, as well as characters Scott Lang, aka Ant Man, Captain Marvel, and Clint Barton, aka Hawkeye, who becomes Ronin in this movie, for reasons currently unknown.
Some dude: “Who’s exited for Avengers: Endgame!”
Me: “Yes...”
by OfficialDeltaGamer March 17, 2019
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A period. Used at the end of proper sentences. Can be used like this -> ... | To signal silence or as a way of continuing a sentence without using any words.
Period (.): *exists*
Grammer: “It’s free real estate.”
by OfficialDeltaGamer March 17, 2019
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