That shit in the sky that has planets and stars and shit. If you don't know what space is you must be a dumbass.
Gee I love space. Especially the stars in space
by EmilyAndAustinDefineStuff June 12, 2012
The one place that hasn't been corrupted by capitalism
"Commander, you've rained on my glorious parade. For this, I'm sending everything I got at you. But I won't let you have the satisfaction of catching me. I'm escaping to one place that hasn't been corrupted by capitalism...SPACE"
by Mad_Dot_Sushi April 2, 2021
Space is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly hugely mindboggingly big it is. I mean you may think it's a long way down the road to the chemist, but that's just peanuts to space.
by mode_seven May 17, 2005
Adding Space before a word makes it either the absolute best or worst of something.
Because everything is much more epic in space.
"Oh no! Space Banditos!"
"Space Banditos?! They're the most bad ass banditos of all!!"

"The doctor just told me...I have Space AIDS."
"Oh man, those are the worst kind."
by Satchmo BGW September 20, 2007
A button on the computer keyboard meant to make words make sense and not be squishedtogether like that, or double spaced like that,and you usually put a space after a comma, also you don't do double spaces as I did above me. Can also refer to out of this world, even though this world is in space, but that's usually what people think of.
Kid with big dreams: When I grow up, I wanna be an astronaut!

The parent: Oh yeah, I think it would be cool to go to outer space!
by Jon Jacob Jingleheimer Schmit November 6, 2020
An Aromatic Herbal Blend that can be bought in your local head shop. Space gets you higher than most Marijuana, and its legal in the USA.
by FragrantPotpourri July 2, 2010
Urban altern-a-chicks and Metrosexuals don't live in apartments, homes, houses, pads or places, they live in 'Spaces'.

'Spaces' are very similar to apartments, but are not apartments. if you call it an apartment you will be corrected ("no, this is my 'Space'").

'Spaces' contain many of the same amenities as apartments (heat, running water, doors, walls, etc.) but have some notable differences:
*A futon or mattress on the floor instead of a bed.
*Furniture is a mixture 'found' and Ikea.
*Beverages available in a 'Space' are limited to tea, organic juice, wine and bottled water.
*Food available in a 'Space' is a mixture of organic vegetables, takeout, and salmon.
*'If it's yellow let it mellow...' is strictly enforced in a 'Space'.
*All art in a 'Space' is made by the inhabitant or the inhabitant's friends.
*'Spaces' are generally found in a low-income area, so the inhabitant can "keep it real" and avoid the label of a 'sell out' or 'Yuppie'. The inhabitant is generally oblivious to the irony of they're participation in gentrification.
*The most likely guest to a 'Space' is not a boyfriend/girlfriend, but a 'partner'. Metrosexuals and couch hippies are also likely to be found visiting.
*'Spaces' are often divided into sub-spaces (listed in order of importance: 'Art-space', 'Cooking-space', 'Living-space', 'Sleeping/Loving-space') and a Shitter.
Altern-a-chick:"Come see my new 'Space', I just moved in."
Me:"Do you mean your apartment?"
Altern-a-chick:"No, my 'Space'"
by -30- May 7, 2005