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A slang word commonly used by the Hispanic population to identify a friend or homie.
by mandashwell June 27, 2019
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lil mad is like big mad but the opposite, you mad but not mad to the extent of pullin somthin
"look im sorry i ate your food"
"is cool im just lil mad"
by lilbabiey November 30, 2018
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The Foo were a species that terrorized the earth for many eons, until the Foo Fighters appeared, and drove the species to extinction.
β€œWhat is a Foo?”
β€œTf do you mean?”
β€œNever mind”
by The foo fighter February 20, 2020
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like foo except with proper use of the apostrophe for the omission of the letter l. A contraction of the word fool
by Aaron December 23, 2004
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A (presence/force/being/no one really knows) that is the biggest threat to our civilisation and could collapse all economies around the world in an instant. Luckily the Foo fighters have been fighting the foo and protecting our delicate social constructs from this almighty enemy.
Bro 1 - ~ literally nothing ~
Bro 2 - Thank fuck for the foo fighters
Bro 1 - tell me about it, i wouldn’t be able to sleep if it wasn’t for those bloody legends
by Wallis21 February 21, 2020
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An term used for unimportant variables in programming when the programmer is too lazy to think of an actual name. The origin of such word is described in detail in RFC 3092.
int foo;
foo = 2 + 2;
cout << foo;
by Dahhak July 20, 2004
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foo A sample name for absolutely anything,
especially programs and files (especially scratch files).
First on the standard list of metasyntactic variables used
in syntax examples.
The terms foobar, foo, bar, and baz are sometimes used as placeholder names (also referred to as metasyntactic variables) in computer programming or computer-related documentation. They have been used to name entities such as variables, functions, and commands whose purpose is unimportant and serve only to demonstrate a concept. The words themselves have no meaning in this usage. Foobar is sometimes used alone; foo, bar, and baz are sometimes used in that order, when multiple entities are needed.
by fooman99 November 15, 2010
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