Philip Michael Thomas invented the phrase "EGOT", meaning "Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony", in reference to his plans for winning all four.
Man! I plan to win all awards in the EGOT. That is an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony-award.
To add a "Like" to one of your own posts on Facebook. Kind of an embarrassing act.
Hey man, look at this. Tina has just added yet another self-like to one of her posts. Bitch got no friends!
Being fat, angry and acting.
Coined by Zach Galifianakis on the DVD "Live at the Purble Onion".
"Joe that was really good facting!".
To high five yourself, if none of your homies is around to show you some love.
Elliot: "...Dr. Kelso's riding me!"
The Todd: "I got next...whazza!? No-one? Self-five! (snaps) For the big dog!"
To write a complete description of what you just saw and share it with others through the comment-section. Often describing and citing comic-clips, pointing out the obvious and then adding a "LMAO" or "SHIT THAT IS FUNNY!". Very often clips of popular-culture, such as Simpsons, Family Guy, or current comic-movies.
"OMG! John totally has the YouTube-symdrome."
"Clude: On deck for what?
Ray: For what? that upper room nigga!!. The upppperrr roooooooooooooom". When Jeeeesuuuuuuus!!!. This is one of the top ten funniest parts of this movie."
Movie: Step Brothers
Part-citing, adding a LOL.
I have 2 see this! "I never asked u, do u like guacamole?" LOL! X)
Show: The Simpsons
Pointing out the obvious.
"LOL...0:28 thats a big-ass can. :)"
Show: Family Guy
Part-citing, adding a LMAO.
"That's what happens man yeah thats what happens! LMAO"
World of Warcraft-money.
Money some people would do anything and everything for!
"Hey man. Can I borrow some green? I need some WOWM!"
Clothes that can be described by one or more of the following examples:
1) Only putting on the most necessary clothes when going for a ride in the car. For instance when you are going to 7-Eleven to fill up the car with petrol etc. And then right back home again.
2) Clothes that you haven't mirrored yourself in.
3) Sweats/sunday clothes.
Plausible examples, in everyday conversations, were the expression could be used:
1) "Honey, will you please go and fill up the car, it's almost running on empty!". "Sure hun', let me just get on some car clothes".
2) "Wow man, have you looked yourself in the mirror before going out today? You look like shit!". "No need my man, these are just my car clothes".
3) "Ahh, another Sunday in my favourite car clothes".