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Something you eat outdoors on the ground, as opposed to at a table
Sheldon: "Picnics are no picnic, either. Where should we go to lunch? Oh I know, the ground!"
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Acronym for "Problem in chair. Not in computer.". Used by Sysadmins to covertly describe user error to each other. Some snickering usually involved.
Joe's computer crashes at random intervals all day. It's obviously PICNIC.
by Andrew July 02, 2004
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a word that, if spoken increases the chance of rain by approximately 42%
"I say charles it is a splended day, do you feel like a picnic?" (skys darken)
by The Mustard Tiger July 05, 2007
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Contrary to fallacious urban legends about the word's supposedly racist roots, "picnic" is derived from the French term "pique nique", and refers to a meal eaten out of doors, where the participating groups each bring their own food.
Upon reaching the top of the mountain, we spread out our blanket and had a picnic.
by Marj May 14, 2007
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For the person who knows nothing about computers except basic tasks like turning it on and off and reading their email. Are you having a P I C N I C?
by Parker394 June 06, 2007
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An acronym for: Problem in chair, not in computer.
Guy #1: Hey guys help, I think my computer is broken, I can't find my start button.
Guy #2: Have you tried the lower left corner.
Guy #1: Oh, thanks, you fixed it!
Guy #2: Classic case of P.I.C.N.I.C
by DemonicHermit July 03, 2007
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