28 definitions by vanilla g-lotto

Democrats, either individual voters or their party organization. An abbreviation used by political insiders.
Dems are voting as a block this year - no way to shake it.

The dems and reeps both want to stop third parties from getting any momentum.
by vanilla g-lotto December 20, 2004
E.Honda's big move in Street Fighter II, where he goes flying horizontally across the screen for a humongous sumo head butt.
by vanilla g-lotto January 17, 2005
This is something you yell if you're playing baseball, and you're on the sidelines, trying to distract the batter so he'll screw up.
by vanilla g-lotto December 20, 2004
(Adj., Adv.)

At the office location of another person or organization.

Contrast to:
- remote (adj)
- off-site (adj)
- offsite (noun)
- telecommute, dial in (verb)
We're planning an on-site meeting with the client. (The meeting is at the client's office.)

She can fix most server problems remotely, but she'll have to go on-site for this one. (The person will be at the physical location of the server.)

I work on-site three days a week. (I am at the main workplace when I do the work.)
by vanilla g-lotto December 20, 2004
Phonetic spelling of "my." Also spelled ma or muh. Mah is a better spelling when it has emphasis in the sentence, or when spoken with a drawl.
by vanilla g-lotto December 17, 2004
An email, usually very short, sent for the purpose of testing whether the email system is working. The sender's purpose may be:
- to find out whether the sender's outgoing email is configured correctly
- to troubleshoot the end-to-end connection between a sender and recipient

If the sender is able to find his solution with no response from the recipient, the test email will usually contain a terse instruction like "ignore this email."

If the sender needs a response from the recipient in order to complete the test, then the test email will say something like "let me know if you got this."
subject: testing...

Did you get this?

subject: test 2

please ignore - just a test - M
by vanilla g-lotto December 20, 2004
(1) Demonstration (noun, adj) - used in engineering and business.
(2) Demonstrate (verb) - used in engineering and business.
(3) Demographic (noun) - The target demographic. Used by political types.
(4) Democratic (adj) - confusingly, also used by political types.
(5) Demolish (verb) - used by building contractors.
(1) Demonstration

They're doing the new product demo at 3:00 in the conference room.

It's not the real thing, it's only a demo.

It's just demo code. We'll rewrite it when we have a spec to work from.

(2) Demonstrate

They want us to demo the final release version on-site next week.

(3) Target demographic

Don't even try to robocall cell phones, the young'uns aren't in the demo.

(4) Democratic

City Demo Club

(5) Demolish

We're gonna demo this wall and put in a wet bar.
by vanilla g-lotto December 20, 2004