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Showing skepticism when someone tells you something; "hmmm"
Chelsea: I'm not lying.
Diego: hmmm... "¬ ¬" i dont trust you.
by Diego Soler September 18, 2006
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Condition which causes you to place an Amazon order, then shortly after remember something else you needed and place another order.
Wow, 10 Amazon boxes showed up on my door today. My Amazheimer's must be acting up again.

Person 1: Bro, your Amazheimer's is getting out of control.
Person 2: It's OK, I have Prime.
by SamboMayhem August 01, 2020
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1. A pair of shifty eyes.
2. Guns for kirby
1. *Agrees* ¬¬

2. ¬<(' '¬<)
by Rumours_R_Us_241 September 16, 2004
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General Forumism:

To indicate the usage of subtle sarcasm, showing that the preceeding sentance(s) should be taken lightly or jokingly.

Often preceeded by "Chandlerisms" or "DrCoxes" to emphasise the sarcastic tone.
"Could this news BE any older ¬¬"

or

"Oh rheally. becauwse i thought you were... infact... telling... the truth ¬¬"
by JimmyPage March 04, 2006
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Kind of like rolling your eyes.

Maybe a sigh too.

Sometimes it's kinda like a "humpf".

But in a light, friendly manner.
"let's go out?"
'ahh sorry dude, i'm really busy!"
"4x4 rubik's cube still?"
"hehehe yeah"
"¬¬"
by xansh October 15, 2009
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1) When you don't give a damn about that specific talk.

2) When you don't believe anything about something.

Dave: Hey i can rope pretty good in AF1
Wind: ¬¬
Dave: No, really!
by Luis Martinez November 01, 2006
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It means that it's typical for someone to do or say something.
Adam: YO YO YO! I love anime!
John: ¬¬
Adam: I DO!
by John November 23, 2003
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