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A hand sign for friends.

Place your thumb against the palm of your hand, then cross your middle and ring finger. The pinky finger represents the word 'you', the index finger represents the words 'and I', and the crossed middle / ring fingers represent the words 'are tight'.

Now, with your other hand, point to your pinky, index, and crossed middle / ring fingers, respectively. "You and I are tight".

*special thanks to Justin for this one <3*
Dude 1: Are we really best friends?
Dude 2: Are you kidding?? *makes hand symbol* You and I are tight!
by _allismine_ December 19, 2006
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The exact opposite of journalistic integrity. Reports typed about anything anytime anywhere without showing the slightest regard to tact, repuatation, or (self) respect. Often contains large doses of unwarranted self-importance.
Typical LiveJournal Entry: kk so todai i 8 a turky sanwich nd omg julie waz such a btch at wurk 2day omg i just wnt her to die!!!11one! >.<"

Comment: Way to show your LiveJournalistic Integrity.
by _allismine_ February 10, 2008
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Can be used to describe any fictional character in art, literature, fanfiction, television, whatever.
A minor-major character. A character who is not a protoganist, but the story plot could not advance without him / her / it.
Uzumaki Naruto is a major character.
Akimichi Chouji is a mine-maje character.
Tenten is a minor character.

Harry Potter is a major character.
Draco Malfoy is a mine-maje character.
Mr. Ollivander is a minor character.
by _allismine_ May 21, 2006
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When a person observes or otherwise hangs around another person IRL (whether it be friend, stranger, or object of misplaced infatuation) without the latter's knowledge. Compare stalking. Phrase originates from the nature shown by Edward Cullen of Twilight, whose obsessive behaviour has been mistaken by millions of young girls as twu lub.

Variants include the past tense 'Edwarded', and 'an Edward' to describe the individual him (or her) self.
"I can hear you breathing around the corner. You fail at Edwarding."

"Damn it, why are you sitting outside my window at 3:00 in the morning?! Stop Edwarding me!"
by _allismine_ August 7, 2009
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