12 definitions by Ranga O_o

Cricket: Used when the on-field umpire is unsure of a decision regarding run-outs, stumpings, and the legality of catches. However, they now use it as a cop-out as they are too pussy to make decisions. The third umpire plays part in the umpire decision referral system.
A batsmen is clearly run out.
Tired umpire calls for third umpire so he gets a break.
by Ranga O_o December 16, 2009
A much more technical version of urban dictionary which u can actually reference on assignemnts. It is the saviour to high school students around the world.
Guy 1: Fuck, i have a research assignment on nuclear fission due in tmoz, and i havent even started!

Guy 2: No sweat, just wikipedia that shit.
by Ranga O_o December 13, 2009
an acronym standing for Fuck My Fucking Shit Life. It is to be used in situations when Fuck My Life (FML) is not deemed severe enough.
Paige: You know she has a really hairy belly?
Ethan: Eww! FMFSL! No more wanking over her.
by Ranga O_o December 15, 2009
Someone who will spend all time they have access to a computer on MSN. When MSN is not available they will be lost, and not have anything to do.
*guy breaks down in tears* MSN FAILED! - if that happens to you, you are an MSN ADDICT!
by Ranga O_o December 13, 2009
When you talk to someone on MSN as if you are in a relationship, however in the real world you either never see each other or your relationship is much different and possibly awkward.
John: Hey brah, how come you and Wendy don't talk at school?

James: Oh, she's just my MSN GF.
by Ranga O_o December 16, 2009
Cricket: A reminder of the shocking decisions Steve Bucknor had made. If it were not for these decisions, a system would not have to be in place allowing for the challenge of umpires calls regarding as to whether a batsmen is out. Each team is allowed two unsuccessful challenges per innings.
*Umpire give batsmen out LBW*
Batsmen: I'm gonna use the umpire decision referral system cos i inside edged that.
by Ranga O_o December 13, 2009
'Howzat' is an appeal in cricket. Before a batsmen is given out, technically at least one person in the fieliding team must appeal. After an appeal the umpire will give a decision as to whether a batsmen is out, or go to the third umpire if he is unsure on 'line' decisions - namely run-outs, stumpings, and whether a catch is legitimate.
*batsmen nicks the ball to the wicket-keeper*
bowler, keeper and close-in fielders: HOWZAT
*umpire raises finger* - signifying the batsmen is out.
by Ranga O_o December 15, 2009