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A term to express a financial decision that resulted in financial gain. Mostly used ironically.
*1998 Yahoo refuses to buy Google for $1 million
*2002 Yahoo realizes it’s mistake, tried to buy Google for $3 billion, Google wants $5 billion, Yahoo says no
*2008 Yahoo refuses to be sold to Microsoft for $40 billion
*2016 Yahoo sold to Verizon for $4.6 billion
CEO of Yahoo: “Stonks”
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I couldn’t care less (but one must keep up appearances, right?)
Frenemy has a family tragedy. "Thoughts and prayers."
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The act of pretending you made some sort of profit out of a useless trade
When you upvote your own post on Reddit:
Buy buy 1 for the price of 2 and get 2 for the price of one:
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A meme used to describe a retarded economic decision. It is commonly followed with a picture of Meme man standing behind a picture of a stock market with the caption "stonks".
Me: Trades 100 wood for 1 emerald

My friend: Stonks
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"I just got 64 emeralds for 1 block of dirt in Minecraft"
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World War II British slang for a massed artillery bombardment on an enemy position.
5th Battery'll be stonking Jerry in the morning!
by Anon. October 01, 2003
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