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A Japanese slang term which roughly translates to "Middle School 2nd Year Syndrome". People with chuunibyou either act like a know-it-all adult and look down on real ones, or believe they have special powers unlike others.

This is a common stage in growth; for most people, it happens--you guessed it--around the 2nd year of middle school (Grade 8 in Japan). However, the problem is, there are some grown-ups who have this symptom.
There are 3 main types of Chuunibyou. DQN-type pretends to be antisocial even though they aren't, or can't be and has made-up stories about antisocial behavior. Subculture-type prefers subculture or minor trends just to be different and have the "cool" factor. Evil Eye-Type admires mystical powers and pretends to have one of their own, to the extent of establishing an alias just for that.
And if you think you have one of these or want more information in the subject, a good idea is to read the "Chuunibyou User Manual" (中二病取扱説明書, Chuunibyou Toriatsukai Setsumei Sho) by Saegami HYŌYA.

If you tl;dr I'm going to clobber you.
An example of DQN Chuunibyou:
"Look at all those bandages wrapped around you! What happened?"
"I had a bunch of gang fights."
"Come on, I know you're too kind to be a gangster."

An example of Subculture Chuunibyou:
"When I collect Pokémon cards, I only collect ones that are imported from Japan."
"Can you read all those?"
"-_-; S-sure I can..."

An example of Evil Eye Chuunibyou:
"Don't take that bandana off my left wrist. It's sealing an evil spirit inside me and if you take it off I may go berserk."
"Dude, calm down. You just have chuunibyou."
by cutesy pastel living doll August 07, 2012

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Emoji (from Japanese 絵文字, read えもじ) (pl. emoji) are the tiny pictures you can put on your texts.

The word dates back to the early Japanese mobile phones. With the iPhone's plethora of icons, the word "emoji" became widespread, as it was what the keyboard was named.

It is made of two components, 絵 and 文字, meaning "picture" and "letter" respectively.
Therefore, any claims that tie the word to "emoticon" are etymologically WRONG.

Many teenage girls put way too many emoji in their texts, resulting in more icons than text. Some clever people manage to draw pictures using emoji, or play Connect Four, Tic-Tac-Toe, or even Chess using emoji.
"I'm so bored. Let's play connect four
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□□□□□□□
□□□□□□□
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Use red"

"Whenever my mom nags me using iMessage, I respond with an emoji of an eggplant. That gets her pissed every time."
Mom: "Do the dishes as soon as you're finished doing nothing."
Clever guy: "(eggplant emoji)"
Mom: "Are you fucking kidding me?"
by cutesy pastel living doll June 30, 2013

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The majestik møøse is one of the mäni interesting furry animals in Sweden. They frolik in the løveli lakes. Mind you, møøse bites Kan be pretti nasti. But wi nøt trei a høliday in Sweden this yër?

(Seriously though, the word "møøse" is (obviously) a corruption of the word "moose" used in the subtitles for the opening credits for the movie "Monty Python and the Holy Grail".)
"A Møøse once bit my sister... No realli! She was Karving her initials on the møøse with the sharpened end of an interspace tøøthbrush given her by Svenge - her brother-in-law - an Oslo dentist and star of many Norwegian møvies: 'The Høt Hands of an Oslo Dentist', 'Fillings of Passion', 'The Huge Mølars of Horst Nordfink'... We apologise for the fault in the subtitles. Those responsible have been sacked."
by cutesy pastel living doll December 27, 2013

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From Japanese doya-gao (ドヤ顔, どやがお). A smug face made after a win or something epic (or not). Doya-gao, because of this nature, tend to be irritating.

This word started in Kansai stand-up comedians, and became popular in the M-1 Grand Prix 2006, a manzai tournament. It was adopted quickly on the Internet, to the point where they had a whole TV program named with the word.

The Germans have a distinct word for it. It is "Backpfeifengesicht", which is a compound word that means "a face badly in need of a fist". Or a crowbar.

See also trollface, bitch slap, Umad? and Backpfeifengesicht.
"Yeah, I get it, that parkour was pretty cool. But stop giving me a doya-gao. It's getting on my nerves."
by cutesy pastel living doll September 08, 2013

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An interjection used when something bad happened as a result of something you did, but you feel satisfied despite said result.
"I just pulled a huge prank on my professor. I ended up suspended, but worth it."
by cutesy pastel living doll December 22, 2013

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A Scots/Scottish insult translating roughly as “Your father is a cosmetics salesman.”
Aw fuck off mate yer da sells Avon
by cutesy pastel living doll March 13, 2018

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An oft-said expression, mostly spotted on Twitter or Tumblr, uttered when one has posted a drawing online that is in some way peculiar, inappropriate, or unexpected. Synonymous to "Someone take Photoshop/GIMP away from me".
*posts tweet with fanart based on a stupid pun* "oops my hand slipped"
by cutesy pastel living doll May 30, 2015

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