adj - to stray from what is considered normal while maintaining a sense of individuality; eccentric. It is geared mostly towards a person whose unique way of thinking, acting, dressing, or carrying one's self out isn't considered "the norm" but is catchy and highly acceptable.
"His off-center humor is refreshing in today's society where dull, dry jokes are the norm"

"That girl's bright pink, polka-dotted dress is a way off-center, but she really uses it to her advantage."
by onux16 April 24, 2006
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not all there, mentally speaking. A couple of sentences short of a paragraph, a few shards of pottery short of a full anthropological theory, a few wafers short of a communion, one's belt doesn't go through all of the loops, one's driveway doesn't quite make it to the road...I THINK YA GET THE PICTURE!
That loony sumbitch is definitely half a bubble off center -- he's crazier than a pet coon!
by weave October 26, 2003
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