115 definitions by Victor Van Styn

suffix added to the end of a verb or other type of word to transform it into a noun, as one ‘doing’ the verb, sometimes not taken entirely literally; equivalent to tagging on an ‘-er’{hyphen included}, though consumes less space and takes less time to type, plus looks cleaner for ‘irregular’ and acronymic verbs which may not stand as a verb when alone, though when an ‘'r’ becomes its ending it takes on a somewhat colloquial meaning.
By my book\In my eyes, Pete Rose *is* an MBL HoF'r, even if he doesn’t have his name on a plaque declaring such.

{Translation: As I see it, P. Rose *is* in the Major-League Baseball Hall of Fame, even if he doeesn’t hold the honor of having his name embedded on a plaque declaring such, or he damn-well deserves to be at any rate.}
by Victor Van Styn July 23, 2005
a phrasal sentence that means, when taken literally, “I echo that statement of yours.”, “I echo your above statement.”; “I agree with you 100%ly.”; or simply “Ditto.”. See also "I second that emotion".

Phrase used frequently on message boards (more so than in person) by someone usually immediately after someone-else stated something with which the other person agreed.
Note that the word ‘second’ is being used as a verb in this sense, and is derived from ‘2nd’(as opposed to the length of time).
Person1:I personally like Kingdom Hearts better, because I hate turn-based battle system....Real time is better to me.

Person2: I second that^.
by Victor Van Styn August 3, 2005
‘McDonald's’ in ebonictalk (’cause in ebonics, you don‘t say ‘mik’ but instead ‘mak’, even if the correct form is ‘mik’(Mc).

Note that ‘Mac’ means "son of" in Irish.
You been to MacDonald's lately?
by Victor Van Styn July 26, 2005
a synonym for fruit punch, especially in an exotic style.
I sure like my tutifruit Mexi-style!!
by Victor Van Styn July 25, 2005
1) noun; dumbass

2) krappoty
1)You sonofabitch!!! You stole my watch!!

2)You sonofabitch thief!!
by Victor Van Styn September 3, 2005
short for \ shortened from \ shortened version of the prepositional phrase ‘on {TV}’ or ‘on {TV network-X}’. Preposistion used as a present-tense_particple-type adjective in sentences that answer or pose (dependent on whether the sentence is declarative or interrogative) the question as to ‘*When* {<a designated program> is on <television>}’.

This is an example of a shortened version of something which is repeatedly said over-and-over in English; another example is the ommition of 'that' or 'which' in the sense of “Why is it, that you always seem to be attracted the to food *I* like?”, which actually means “Why is it, that you always seem to be attracted the to food that\which *I* like?” Not exactly the same are these two, though similar enough to be compared, I feel.
Q: When is Family Guy on?
A: Family Guy is on FOX every Sunday at 9:00PM EST.

Person flipping through the satelite\cable\subscription tv channels, changing it at intervals of exactly two seconds: “Ugh, nothing good is on...”
Annoyed endurer: “There’s 999 channels to choose from!!--Pick one!!!”

Note: The above sentence breaks a rule as disregarded as split infinitives, ending a sentence with a preposition. It could be fixed to “There's 999 channels from which to choose!!--Pick one!!!”, though sounds awkward and stilted in such a form, even on a non-colloquial level.
by Victor Van Styn July 26, 2005
short for \ shortened from \ shortened version of the prepositional phrase ‘on {TV}’ or ‘on {TV network-X}’. Preposistion used as a present-tense_particple-type adjective in sentences that answer or pose (dependent on whether the sentence is declarative or interrogative) the question as to ‘*When* {<a designated program> is on <television>}’.

This is an example of a shortened version of something which is repeatedly said over-and-over in English; another example is the ommition of 'that' or 'which' in the sense of “Why is it, that you always seem to be attracted the to food *I* like?”, which actually means “Why is it, that you always seem to be attracted the to food that\which *I* like?” Not exactly the same are these two, though similar enough to be compared, I feel.
Q: When is Family Guy on?
A: Family Guy is on FOX every Sunday at 9:00PM EST.

Person flipping through the satelite\cable\subscription tv channels, changing it at intervals of exactly two seconds: “Ugh, nothing good is on...”
Annoyed endurer: “There’s 999 channels to choose from!!--Pick one!!!”

Note: The above sentence breaks a rule as disregarded as split infinitives, ending a sentence with a preposition. It could be fixed to “There's 999 channels from which to choose!!--Pick one!!!”, though sounds awkward and stilted in such a form, even on a non-colloquial level.
by Victor Van Styn July 26, 2005