1. A term used to describe performing a certain role or activity 5 days a week.

2. Can also be used to express the general excitement of a person, place, or thing.

3. Used to point out something someone has done, seen, or said, sometimes in a joking or silly manner.
1. I'm a 5 day performer in the parade.

2. I'll be lookin' so fly on New Years! 5 day!

3. If someone removes their shoes and an unpleasant foot odor fills the room, one could say, "5 day smelly feet!"
by Snowperson6 February 3, 2010
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the 5 day pass from t-mobile where you get unlimited calls and texts to other t-mobile customers. used to cost £5 but now it's £7.50
I'll bell you tonite coz i got 5 day
by Me.Ox March 29, 2009
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If you're in an argument with someone and they try to use evidence that you're wrong from more then 5 days ago, it doesn't count
The 5 day rule needs no explanation
by Ricky the God June 14, 2020
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When you are in between houses and you are living in a motel/hotel, its called a five day apartment. Not to be confused with vacationing in a motel/hotel, Five Day Apartment applies only to when you live in a hotel/motel without a real home to return to. NOTE: Five Day Apartment applies to any period of time, from one night to months on end.
I moved out of my house, but I can't move into my new place for a few weeks. I guess I'll rent a 5 day apartment.
by Ina5dayapartment July 26, 2010
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When more creative work would likely to be produced if companies were to extend the two-day weekend to five, so that employees only report to the office two instead of five days a week.
Since much work seems to get done during the weekend than on any weekdays, isn’t it apt for the workforce to implement a 5-day weekend, with workers reporting to work, say, on Thursday and Friday every week, since most people just love Friday but loathe Monday?
by MathPlus January 14, 2019
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The rule that states that if your added word is not published on Urban Dictionary in 5 days after first added, then it is safe to assume that your word will not get published and you have to try to readd it.
Jay: Damn, my defenition of GTFO is not published yet... it has been 7 days since I added it!

Gary: That's because you didn't follow the 5 day rule.
by nerd of the western frontier December 14, 2010
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In a college environment, a student's wardrobe is governed chiefly by the "5-day pants rule" (FDPR). The FDPR states that any student may wear the same pair of pants no longer than 5 consecutive days, after which they must change pants and shower. Most new college kids perceive this as excessive, and are new to the idea of not showering every day, but Sophomores and beyond know the need for this rule.
"Hey man, 5-day pants rule, and they've been rank since you spilled milk on day 3."

"Ahh, you're right. Better go change up."
by Justin Briggs 1984 October 23, 2006
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