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( abbrev. STE) Derivatives: Spank it; spank it hard (abbrev. SIH)

1. put in order and reduce chaos.
2. an expression of encouragement, a rally of support to handle a challenge.
3. get a grip on unruly matter and energy; overcome obstacles.
4. exerting personal will to prevent or stop deterioration of an object or situation.
5. a call to defeat the doctrine of inevitable decline and degeneration.
6. slapping the tendency of all matter and energy in the universe to decay to a state of inert uniformity.
7. looking the Second Law of Thermodynamics in the eye.
"Spank the entropy!"

"That sucks but I know you can spank it."

"I gotta spank my room it's a mess."

"He spanked the financial insolvency situation."

"Get a grip, spank it man, spank it hard."

"I'm off to spank some entropy."

A: "What an f-in mess."
B: "Well ... spank it."
by Vanna Bonta January 18, 2008

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(dork-yuh-ler] –adjective
Grammar: the superlative of dorky.

1. the condition of being thoroughly, supremely and extremely socially inept, silly, clumsy.
2. not seeking or oblivious to popularity or peer approval.
3. driven by an unusual interest to the point of seeming odd to most everyone else.
4. the highest kind, quality, or order of dork, surpassing all else or others;
5. a state in itself; utmost degree of quirky or bookish nonsocial autonomy.
6. characterized by intelligence-driven single-mindedness that results in social disconnection.
7. comprised of minute compartments or cavities of dorkiness. (portmanteau: dorky & cellular)
"Using paper clips as hair barrettes is dorkular."

"She has a dorkular obsession with words."

"...clueless to what looks cool, totally dorkular."

"There were these dorkular streamers on the bicycle."

"He was wearing dorkular glasses fixed with tape."

by Vanna Bonta January 18, 2008

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far·ti·cle (fahr-ti-kuhl) noun, verb, -cled, -cling.
a written work on a specific topic that is part of publication, such as a newspaper or magazine, containing purported nonfiction but primarily characterized by emissions of noise and hot air.
"Farticles are not news."

"Magazines are sometimes full of buzz farticles composed to attract consumers to advertisers."

"Male writers who mistake a rigid appendage for a pen generate farticles to hear themselves write."

"She was farticling her indigestion as opinion again." (verb)
by Vanna Bonta January 08, 2008

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