Mocking way of saying "No they aren't"
Used when you know your wrong but have to stick to your case

by SpSRePrEsEnT May 3, 2008
Whatever you're thinking about saying or doing JUST DON'T, whether it's to avoid an argument or to not hurt someone's feelings instead of saying what's really on your mind you simply say "I'm don'ting" & leave it at that.
"I'm don'ting" today so leave me out of it.
by Mama Bear Lloyd November 29, 2016
the act of not doing
don't eat my bananas!!!
by Ktrocker91 June 20, 2008
Something that people say not to do which generally implies for you to do it.
Teacher: Don't swear in class!
Student: what the f**k did you say b****?
by Ally and Chris May 26, 2006
"I'm sooooo hornywasted. I sooooo want to drunk dial my ex. What to do?"

"To don't. Take it easy sleezy."

"You're right. I guess that's a pretty big to don't."

"Huge to don't."
by May I. Havaword February 21, 2009
The Southern equivalent of saying "isn't it" or "aren't it". Synonymous with "ain't it" & "In'nit", Don't-It's main goal is to inform someone or some intangible object that a socially accepted agreement's been made towards something either being discussed or spoken of, as on a radio or TV.
Though Don't-It's not proper English, when it's said, it's closest to a raw statement or question.
by NoEtOll August 29, 2010