The one who fits a certain set of characteristics within a group of friends, family members, coworkers, or people in general.
A: How do I fix my computer?
B: You can ask, Joe, our resident computer geek.
A: My sink is leaking, but good thing we know John, our resident plumber.
A phrase that can be used sarcastically to indicate disappointment that one likely does not feel at the moment.
A: Bad news, our trip to space camp has been cancelled.
B: (sarcastically) Gosh darnit, I was looking forward to it too.
Primarily used in instant messaging, but may also be incorporated in everyday casual speech, particularly among groups of friends. The suffix is used to modify the endings of words normally ending in "y", preceded by a consonantal sound. The a's and y's may be repeated for further emphasis.
party -> partay
sorry -> sorray
booty -> bootay
This effect is used for either one or both of the following purposes:
1) To sound "different". The extra delay of the additional "a" may be used to emphasize that word in a particular sentence. e.g. well SORRAAYYY, which puts emphasis on the word "sorry".
2) To sound ghetto. Certain phrases like "off the hizzay" are derived from slang terms associated with ghetto indivdiuals e.g. gangsters, thugs or their wannabe equivalents.
A: I'm going to cancun to get me some booty!
A (with -ay suffix): I'm going to cancun to get me some bootay!
a term usually used within competitive eating circles. refers to vomiting.
uh oh, I think he suffered a Roman incident.
Chinese, Japanese and/or Korean.
Can either refer to a person's race, or a collection of works written in either Chinese, Japanese or Korean.
A: so are you CJK?
B: no, I'm filipino.
A: so do you have any CJK music?
B: sorry, mine's all spanish.
In Canada, the ROM is the Royal Ontario Museum.
I went to the ROM today.
a person who is well-versed in general knowledge. also refers to the general knowledge category of the board game, Cranium.
A: what does DNA stand for?
B: don't ask me, ask that guy. he's the datahead.