A dare game wherein a person issues an outrageous dare to another person, the recipient of the dare must say 1 out of a certain number, demonstrating the likelihood that they will perform the dare. A third party counts the other two people down from 3: i.e. 1,2,3. After the countdown, the darer and the daree must say a number through 1 and the certain number (if they said 1-15, it would have to be a number between that). If both participants say the same number, then the daree must perform the dare.
Rufo Barbas: Odds are you only wear boxers to work tomorrow.

Bob: Okay, 1 out of 30.

Jésus: 3,2,1.
Rufo Barbas and Bob: 24!
Bob: Damn't!
by rapscallion, hip hop onion November 12, 2013
Sort of a dare in game form. One person calls "odds on" the other performing some unpleasant or undesirable task. The other person then sets the odds by giving a number. One will then count down from 3, and both say a number between 1 and the odds number. If the two people say the same number, then the second person must perform the task.
A: Odds on eating a ghost chili?
B: 50
A: 3, 2, 1..
A+B: 37!
B: Dammit.
by registerednerd July 18, 2015
it is when somebody disagrees with you on something .
Those who you gathered in, who were your supporters are now at odds with you. They think you're in error
by Shekohash May 28, 2011
A very fun and simple game.

What you do is you think of a stupid dare for your friend (or your "friend") and try to get them to do it. You do this by making them lose odds.

For example, if I said to my "friend", "Hey, odds you go up to that cute girl and lick her face like a dog?" He would then give a number, let's just say "1 in 20." On a count of 3, we would both say a number between 1 and 20 at the same time, and if it's the same number he has to go do it. It is incredibly fun if you have fun people to play it with.

Couple of side rules:
-You can't "odds" yourself (e.g. "Hey odds I go hump the teacher's desk", no, if you wanna do it yourself just go off and do it)
-The person receiving the odds is the one who decides what the odds are, not the odd-giver
-If you lose odds and decide not to do it, you shall receive one full-out slap to da face
Kid - "Hey mike, odds you ask the waiter if she's pregnant."

Mike - "Dude, our waiter's a dude."

Kid - "Don't care."

Mike - "1 in 50."

Kid - "1, 2, 3, 47!"
Mike - ".........47!"

Whole table - "Ohhhhhhhhhh!"

*Waiter comes over*

Mike - "Excuse me, I apologize for asking, but are you pregnant?"

Waiter - "Dude, I'm a dude."

Mike - "That didn't answer my question. Are you?

Waiter - "Yes."

Whole table - "OHHHHHH!!!!"

Jim - "I love odds!"

Mike - "Fuck me, right?"

Jim - "Odds you fuck me?"

Mike - "Fuck off, Jim."

Jim - "K."
by Scooby can't play Drums April 14, 2013
a number that is not divisable by two is said to be an odd number; whereas numbers divisable by two are said to be even numbers
1,3,5,7,9 are odd numbers - 2,4,6,8,10 are even numbers
by c1t1z3n@hotmail.co.uk May 8, 2006
Things that are random or haphazard. No determinable plan or reason. Generally a kiwi coloquialism (but mayhap other places use it too)
There is the odd flower here and there.
We can go to the odd movie while you stay.
by AhkNemet January 12, 2006
Oppositional Defiant Disorder: Surprisingly, it's real. A fake ass 'disorder' pulled out of the asses of a small collective of psychiatrists working for pharma companies in order to maximize revenue. Of course, there is no 'authoritarian disorder', because the parents are the ones paying. Despite the seemingly 'funny' aspect of it, this is actually considered a real disorder by many psychiatrists, a scary happening and a looming indicator of what may come.
OMG, he has ODD, force drug him, it can't have anything to do with our ridiculously excessive punishments and restrictions!
by Shadow Creator October 4, 2007