An ultra boss who dyes her hair all the time and hates bluetooths and likes to beat peoples asses in dresses and heels.
Did you see the chick with the multicolored hair over there? She looks like such a Marisa Thaw.
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When something you try and do goes bad - you or it have "thawed out".

If you have done something and it didn't work - then it "thawed out".

If you try to bang a chick and don't get any luck - then you 'thawed out'.
Person 1: How did you go with that chick last night?
Person 2: I THAWED OUT bad!
or
Person 1: How was that party you had at your place on the weekend?
Person 2: It THAWED OUT
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The act of thawing-out a frozen object. It is a terrible misuse of correct grammar; however, I am defining it so I can say I was not wrong in using it earlier.
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A person who is always unwanted and not someone who you would want to hang out with ever.
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After you get done masturbating and wait for your dick to get soft
I was thawing out as I was cleaning up
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John Edward Thaw CBE (3 January 1942 – 21 February 2002) was a British actor who achieved his first starring role in the military police television drama Redcap (1964 – 1966), and subsequently appeared in a range of television, stage and cinema roles.

Thaw came from a working class background, having been born in Longsight, Manchester to parents John and Dorothy. He studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art where he was a contemporary of Tom Courtenay.

On leaving RADA, Thaw was awarded a contract with the Liverpool Playhouse. His first film role was a bit part in the 1962 adaptation of The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner starring Tom Courtenay; and he also guested in an early episode of The Avengers.

Thaw will perhaps be best remembered for two roles: the hard-bitten Flying Squad detective Jack Regan in the television series (and two films) The Sweeney (1975 – 1978), which established him as a major star in the United Kingdom, and as the quietly-spoken, introspective and bitter detective Inspector Morse (1987 – 2001), with specials in 1995 – 1998 and 2000.

He won two BAFTA awards for Inspector Morse.

He subsequently played liberal barrister James Kavanagh in Kavanagh QC (1995 – 1999), with a special in 2001. Thaw also tried his hand at comedy with his own sitcom called Home to Roost (1985 – 1988).

His only screen projects not considered a popular success were the BBC series A Year in Provence and the LWT series Mitch, in which he played a journalist..

Thaw appeared in a number of films, including Cry Freedom, for which he received a BAFTA nomination for Best Supporting Actor, and Chaplin for director Richard Attenborough.

In 1964 Thaw married Sally Alexander, but they divorced four years later. He married actress Sheila Hancock in 1973 and remained with her until his death from cancer in 2002, aged 60.

Thaw had two daughters: Abigail Thaw from his first marriage, and Joanna Thaw from his second.

In her 2004 autobiography Sheila Hancock revealed the extent of Thaw's alcoholism that had started in the late 1970s and caused problems in their marriage and the gaps in Thaw's career in the early 1980s and later 1990s. Thaw was eventually able to get his alcoholism under control a year before his death.

Thaw was awarded the CBE in 1994.

RIP John Thaw 1942-2002
Inspector Morse
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Winter-Thaw: An ex contacts you "post-cuffing season" and wants to re-kindle your relationship following the break-up of their "cuff buddy".

A "cuff buddy" can be designated as a significant relationship, an old friends with benefits, or even a previous summer romance.

It is a desperate attempt for a pathetic old flame to spark the fire again in a relationship to fuel their own selfish needs to make themselves feel better about their past mistakes.
"Hey, can you believe that {insert a mean name for your ex} texted me?".
"Of course, its the Winter-Thaw!".

"Soooo, I've been really missing and thinking about {insert exes name}".
"Really, why? Didn't you say they were a piece of shit that you'd never talk to again?".
"Welllllll, they weren't that bad.....I'm gonna text them.".
"That's the Winter-Thaw.".
by LunchmanSpecial March 21, 2019
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