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The Northern Californian idea of heaven.
After smoking too much weed, Jerry thought he was going to die; however, his buddy Jeff reassured him that if he did, they would certainly meet again in Valhella.
by Raul Menendez July 10, 2014

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Noun - a less harsh version of 'nigger' or 'nigga'

Verb - to steal lightheartedly - to take (something small) with or without consent, with no intention of returning, on the understanding that it ain't no thang.
My nig left a half-smoked blunt on the table, so I just nigged it.

JaQuan sometimes nigs lighters from the convenience store.
by Raul Menendez November 17, 2016

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The Northern Californian idea of heaven.
After smoking too much weed, Jerry thought he was going to die; however, his buddy Jeff reassured him that if he did, they would certainly meet again in Valhella.
by Raul Menendez July 10, 2014

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A looked-down-upon strategy in multiplayer shooters in which a player plays the whole game while crouching in order to make their opponents aim too high - named for the character Oddjob in Goldeneye 64, whose short stature inspired this strategy.
Brian argued that Joe did not truly win the game, because he only did so through Oddjobbing.
by Raul Menendez July 15, 2014

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Beer Up - v. To put as many beers as possible on one's person, such as in pockets, for the purpose of having as many beers as possible ready to drink or gift on as short a notice as possible. Typically done when one arrives at the party.
I gotta beer up before the hike.
by Raul Menendez December 19, 2016

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Two mathematical conjectures regarding the mission "The Los Santos Connection" of Grand Theft Auto Online.

The first states that if three or more players are present, at least one will be idle, and that if a full lobby of six are present, at least two will be idle. This can be expressed as follows:

Let x = number of players idle and y = number of players present.

x ≥ y/3, always rounding down for x.

The second states that no matter how many players are present, no more than one will ever survive to the point of arriving at the airport (typically they will die at the compound while they or their teammate are hacking the laptop).
Joe, Bob, and Bill thought that they had a good chance of finishing "The Los Santos Connection", but were foiled when Bob was idle and Bill died at the compound; they had failed to account for the Los Santos Conjectures.
by Raul Menendez October 15, 2014

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