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Slang phrase alluding to a show seen on television. It can refer to something that is watched in person and not on television, such as a fight, a funny accident, or a fun person acting funny.
1. "What are you doing with that stapler? Wow, I don't know what I'd do if you weren't around to keep me entertained."

"What can I say? I'm what's 'on the telly.'"

2. "Let's go to High Street and see what's on the telly."
by kero frangipani pants February 05, 2009
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From STEM, an abbreviation short for "Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics", a STEMlord is a pejorative term for a particular kind of person who has studied in these areas at university or works in these fields who holds a pretentious, condescending attitude to anyone who has studied in any other fields, particularly the Arts and Humanities. They typically believe themselves to be more "intelligent" and "rational", while generally remaining incredibly ignorant outside of their areas of expertise and having the charisma of a rotting pig's backside.
"Ugh, I wish Reddit wasn't full of STEMlords the entire goddamn time."
by nopeidontneedanameok October 15, 2015
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