An oblique way to refer to cocaine use. Often used to determine whether or not someone else is a user or whether or not someone might want to buy or try cocaine. To avoid further solicitation, someone being asked if he or she "parties" should answer "not anymore" rather than simply "no."
Bobby: Do you party?
Susie: No.
Bobby: Wanna try?
by Stinky February 28, 2005
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Weed and alcohol. What was once a simple, innocent, get together for friends and family, is now essentially a cool kid hangout to "get drunk" and "get high" as if it's the only way to have a "good time". Typically, shitty music is played at these but everyone seems to enjoy it for one reason or another (mostly because a good 90% or so don't have actual personalities).

See also: party.
Dipshit: Dude, are you going to the party this weekend?
Me: Nah, I've got better things to do with my time.
by cakedonkey November 22, 2004
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Something comedian Nick Swardson says all the time... and a lot of people have started to use as a response to everything... and it usually never fits the situation.
"Hey, wanna hang out?"

"how are you?"

"my father just passed away."
"oh... party."

"why are we being followed?"

"i literally just shot someone"
by mawesome January 16, 2008
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A thing with cake and punch.
"The party that didn't contain cake and punch was a Box Social"
by sum-dude December 14, 2004
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1. A social gathering, which can offer alcoholic beverages and feature sexualy explicit content.

2. A place to get laid.
1. "I got a party coming up, wanna come?"


2. "Holy shit, John and Sally were fucking in his sister's room!!"
by Jaime_Blah May 28, 2005
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