To nit-pick on a creative project that is not your own, usually focusing on minor details that eventually stack up and change the look and feel of the piece. Very unnerving to the creative in charge of the project, especially if the pixel fucker is standing right behind the creative during the production.
Account Exec: Hey...you finish editing that spot yesterday?
Editor: Hell no! I thought we were going to be done by lunch time, but the stupid client pixel fucked it until midnight. He'll be here in a hour for more.
Warning that fecal matter is now present in a body of water, and leaving the area would be highly recommended or mandatory. Mostly used in public pools, hot tubs, or bathtubs when bathing small children.
Maria: "Hey Kerry...you back from the pool so soon?"
Kerry: "Yeah" (sigh), "can't swim until tomorrow...my daughter found a turd in the shallow end and the lifeguard called a Code Brown."
"For Position Only"
1) In the graphic design world, these three letters are usually written large (and possibly in red letters to call attention to them) on a photo, illustration etc. that will be replaced with the actual one at a later time. Used in creating graphic design concepts when the designer does not have all of the artwork yet.
2) An object, possession, or anything else that will eventually be replaced with a nicer version very soon.
1) John: "Dude...I didn't know that Evangeline Lilly
was the spokesperson for that new Kia Sedona ad you're working on."
Evan: "Down boy. I just downloaded it off the internets...it's FPO. We have the actual photo shoot this Friday with the real model. They can't afford Kate from Lost.
John: "Oh. Right."
2) Diann: "Did I see you driving your mom's 10 year old mini-van?"
Carrie: "Yeah. But it's FPO. I pick up my new Jetta tomorrow.
The act of advertising by leaving printed promotional materials where someone will have remove it and/or throw it away to go about their daily business. Fliers on door handles, fliers on car windshields, "sample" newspapers in the driveway. These items often end up in the parking lot, street, etc. as people typically just throw them somewhere to get them out of the way.
Neighbor 1: "Watcha doing?"
Neighbor 2: "Fixing my snow blower. Blades are jammed." *grunts*
Neighbor 1: "From what?"
Neighbor 2: (pulls out a mangled wad of paper) "That stupid ad-covered newspaper thingy."
Neighbor 1: "Salty. You get the daily paper?."
Neighbor 2: "No. It's just a bunch of ads they give out...try and get you to subscribe. They throw them all over the neighborhood."
Neighbor 1: "What dicks."
Neighbor 2: "Yeah...I hate the Plain Dealer and their trashvertising. It's gonna cost me $50 to have this thing fixed."
Three condiments most found at American backyard cookouts: ketchup, mustard, and pickle relish.
Bob: "What can I bring to the party?"
Earl: "I got the all the meat, buns, chips, and pop already."
Bob: "You got condiments?"
Earl: "Just the American Trinity. Can you bring some salsa?"
A person who is a "go between" for someone who does not have a Facebook account, but still wants to know what is going on in the world of Facebook.
The Fambassidor will sometimes just tell them what is going on (read status updates and such aloud to them), but often will log onto their own account, step aside, and let the non-Facebook person snoop around.
Girl 1: "You hear what Chris is doing today?"
Girl 2: "I did! He's a nut case."
Girl 1: "How'd you know? He updated his status and then took off immediately. You're not on Facebook."
Girl 2: "I know...got a Fambassidor. She keeps me in the loop."
To be really busy at a computer, usually in a frantic manner, as in trying to hit a looming deadline. May have a slightly biased reference to programming or writing, but can relate to any work done on the computer. Refers to the first sex letters on a standard English keyboard.
Nevin: You see Vanessa?
Julius: Yeah...but don't bother her. The magazine goes to the printer in less than an hour and she's all qwerty.