Derived from 'end' describing someone as very drunk - heard in and around Birmingham in England but might be more wide spread.
Bob: I'm getting ended tonight!
Jim: Yeah, let's get ended and pull some fit birds!
by V2 December 24, 2004
To end oneself, or to be ended. To have an acident, or meet with a misfortunate incident resulting in injury or serious bodily harm.
"Shit man,he's a toser, I'm going to end him"- "Gosh, I do find that gentleman over there rather unpleasant, I think I shall have to resort to violence"
by Kate June 11, 2003
Graffiti pieces/throw-ups on either a freight or passenger train that extends from one end of the car to the other.
Damn, that nigga burned that whole train end to end!
by Theo Huxtable May 8, 2004
Used predominantly in Greater London to mean the area in which you live/are from (usually linked to your postcode).
'He's not from the ends' - he is not from the same area as we are
by baesus December 28, 2015
Phrase used to describe the end of something. Exact wording to be used at all times, even if the item is a plural.
1. That's the end of that drugs.
2. That's the end of that kathleen
by Mizza Son July 3, 2006
Perfect song by Linkin Park to describe anyone who has put effort into something (typically a relationship) where none of it mattered.

A good song to listen to to remind one that the effort was wasted on the wrong person.

Note: the lyrics indicate that one party was genuinely interested in pursuing a relationship but the other party was only in it for the sex.
"I put my trust in you, pushed as far as I could go... But in the end it doesn't really matter"
by Higher_calling October 17, 2013
1. An awsome song by Linkin Park from their album Hybrid Theory.

2. The point in time refered to as when everything ceases to exist.
1. "I tried so hard
And got so far
But in the end
It doesn't even matter..."

2. "In the end, what we did won't matter. What we did with our pathetic little lives won't change a thing."
by Jaser May 6, 2005