2 definitions by The Man That Never Was

A phrase of pure paranoia. Usually said when you look at someone because you thought that they were looking at you (out of paranoia) and the non-looker says "Stop looking at me" (out of paranoia) who was probably actually looking at you all along making sure that no one looked at them (out of paranoia). A person saying "Stop looking at me" is almost always fibbing, and usually wants you to look at them more. I mean, if they were not looking at you then how could they know that you were looking at them, right?
Girl 999: Stop looking at me!
Boy 1: Bitch, I look where I please.

Guy 1: *better make sure Guy 2 is not looking at me*
-=guy one looks at guy two=-
Guy 2: Stop looking at me.
by The Man That Never Was January 09, 2011
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A phrase that, once uttered, will inform others that you, being the one who said "I can't go through with it", are unable to complete the task at hand. But there are multiple feelings connected with the phrase. The user of the phrase may actually go through with it, but is just complaining about doing it. Also the opposite may be true, that the user may be simply unable to do it. Deciding if the person is just complaining or really can't do it can be hard to tell, your best bet is to make them do it by any means possible.
Below is an example of "unable to complete"
Idiot 4: I can't go through with it.
Idiot 9: Go through with what?

Below is an example of "unwilling to complete"
Guard 1: That's right, just stuff it in there.
Guard 2: I can't go through with it.
by The Man That Never Was January 09, 2011
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