A variation of a “High Five” gesture, performed by slapping your own hands over your head while exclaiming “My Five.” Generally used in jest in a self-deprecating manner to celebrate something that doesn’t really need celebrating. Used in YouTube video posted on November 4, 2018, which shows the proper form of the gesture and provides example situations for usage.
I’m so proud of myself, My Five!
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Referring to the five fingers of the human hand that clench to a fist during exigent situations. Sometimes the only friends you'll have in more dire instances. Note: this phrase is usually reserved for those who maintain one particularly strong arm while the other is relatively weak.
Me and my five friends took on four dudes.
by friend of bob June 15, 2004
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A shorter sentence than "the quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog" which uses every letter in the alphabet, a pangram. First mentioned in Mark Dunn's book Ella Minnow Pea.

There are 32 letters, only 6 are repeated, making this the shortest coherent pangram.
On wikipedia, they have a whole page devoted to pangrams. The only two that actually make any sense are "pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs" and "the quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog." Besides these, there are many others that are used my different companies to test fonts.
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a sentence that utilizes all the letters of the alphabet; also known as a pangram. this particular sentence only uses 32 letters, something not so easily done. this sentence was the final answer to the challenge from the novel Ella Minnow Pea, by Mark Dunn.
"the quick fox jumps over the lazy dog" is another pangram; "Pack my bag with five dozen liquor jugs" is another
by a.miyako August 14, 2006
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