3<3 is a widget for a butt shooting out a cloud of fart. You can even make the fart emphasis more powerful by typing in more <'s like 3<<<<<<<<3 or 3<3<3<3<3<3<3 It can often be mistaken for a heart <3 widget though.
BR-r-r-r-r-rRRT!! 3<3 IN YO FACE.

Squeeze it, baby. 3<3

I totally farted HARD dude. 3<<<<<<3 RIPPED IT
by Rhett1a January 27, 2011
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it means anal sex. the first 3 is the woman's ass, the - is the penis, and the last three is the dude's but
damn, girl! bet you want some 3-3!
by John April 29, 2004
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an emoticon representing those cartoon looks of love with hearts being the eyes <3 ___ <3
guy: baby, you mean the world to me

girl: <3 ___ <3

aww you're so sweet baby!
by pan21da October 4, 2010
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Pronounced "Three out of three Joes", it is an exclamation of joy used by StarKids upon learning that the 3 Joes in Starkid Productions will be performing in an upcoming event.

The three Joes are:

Joe Moses, known for playing Snape in AVPM & AVPS

Joe Walker, known for playing Voldemort in AVPM, Umbridge in AVPS, and Dick in MAMD

Joey Richter, known for playing Ron in AVPM & AVPS, and himself in MAMD
Friend 1: Hey, did you see the cast list for Starship?

Friend 2: OMG yes! 3/3 Joes and Lauren Lopez! This is gonna be totally awesome!
by bonnie luvr January 22, 2011
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A common football (soccer) formation typically used by teams known for their attacking football. The numbers stand for 4 defenders, 3 midfielders, and 3 attackers, which gives the team more players in the attacking area than in the 4-4-2 or 4-5-1 formation. Teams playing with the 4-3-3 formation are often entertaining to watch, as more chances are created in both sides of the field.

When used from the start of a game, this formation is widely regarded as encouraging expansive play, and should not be confused with the practice of modifying a 4–4–2 by bringing on an extra forward to replace a midfield player when behind in the latter stages of a game.

In club football, the team that brought this formation to the forefront was the Ajax team of the early 1970s. Most teams using this formation now use the specialist defensive midfielder. FC Barcelona is the most famous recent example.
American: Hey, what formation is that soccer team playing? Is that 4-4-2?
European: No, it's clearly a 4-3-3, you can see they've got three strikers. And no, it's not soccer, it's football. As you can see, they use their feet to kick the ball. While your "football" players mainly use their hands.
American: So maybe we should call our game handball then?
European: Yes, that would be great. But it's already taken.
American: So what should we call it?
European: Maybe you should call it "some kind of rugby, but with massive protection"
by Howardinho July 29, 2010
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Similar to "talk to the hand".

Comes to us from voicemail systems. If you're listening to a long message that you don't care about, you hit 3-3 to fast forward to the end and "7" to delete. So to "3-3-7" someone is to basically ignore what the person is saying.
John wanted to have a long discussion with me about the benefits of vinyl windows vs. wood windows, but I gave him the 3-3-7.
by Sev Z. November 6, 2007
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