n. v. The act or knowlege of signaling the near presence of someone looking to cease all non-professional activities or conversation. Often used by friends to warn of approaching danger.
"Thanks for giving me the Heads-up. You must've had your yodar turned on.
The desire or jealousy to have or to deal with an extremely large pannus. Often experienced by health care workers and medical students. A theory derived from classical Freudian psychology, Pannus Envy stems from the subconcious fixation on those who themselves have, or are physically near a large pannus.
"You should have seen the fat on that person! You all would have a mad case of pannus envy!"