4 definitions by Valgirl

When a non-Jew attempts to explain a Jewish practice to a Jewish person.
She was Gentile-splaining when she attempted to teach me about Jewish conversion and posted "You know, when Charlotte on "Sex in the City" converted to Judaism..."
by Valgirl December 17, 2021
The pang of regret sometimes felt in the few seconds/yards between ordering fast-food at the speaker and picking it up in the drive thru lane.

*More often felt for greasy food choices rather than healthy or salad options.

Reversing in the drive thru lane is not recommended.
After ordering my second KFC meal of the week, I felt drive thru remorse as I pulled up to the payment window. I wondered how embarrassing it would be to tell the guy I changed my mind. But then I found the $7 leaping from my wallet, and the fried chicken in my mouth. TOO LATE!
by Valgirl March 21, 2010
To plagiarize without shame from an internet author, as Cooks Source online magazine did from Monica Gaudio. Cooks Source‘s October 2010 issue contained a copy of Gaudio's article "A Tale of Two Tarts," re-edited and named "As American As Apple Pie-Isn't."

The editor of Cooks Source, Judith Griggs, refused the Gaudio's request for an apology on Facebook, a printed apology in the magazine and $130 donation (which turns out to be about $0.10 per word of the original article) to be given to the Columbia School of Journalism.
You totally cooksourced that movie description from IMDB. We can't use it- they'd sue us!
by Valgirl November 5, 2010
Said by gay people in hopes that someone (usually unattractive or unpleasant) is not gay, to avoid bringing down the general reputation of gay men/ lesbians. Can also be "my team" to a non-queer audience, or "our team" to a queer audience.

The reverse works too "I hope she's on our team- Jodi's so hot."
"I *hope* he's not on my team, even though he keeps referring to his 'partner'. Joe is SO obnoxious."
by Valgirl July 15, 2009