Like a driveby, but on internet message boards. Usually occurs when a noob makes a mistake and the rest of the board jumps all over them with insults, etc.
Wow, did you hear about SaucyJoe477? He got hit by a major type-by yesterday. All kinds of teh insults were thrown at him. What a lamez0r!!!11one!

No, I did not hear about that. How odd, yet interesting.

Yes, I agree, but only somewhat.
by Bob Gunderson November 09, 2005
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Something a lot of people who use the internet can't do.
Tihs is tghe wsya a lto fo poepelk typwe.
by shafticus December 25, 2004
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A description of someone who does anything because they don't have a preference. Whether it be about a person, a genre, a movie, etc.
Person 1: What type of music do you like?
Person 2: Oh I'm a no type kind of person
by esha13 March 25, 2018
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Noun: Refers to a special group of people encompassing, students and adults. Common characteristics of people belonging to this group: stuck up, serious, usually looking out for their own wellbeing, grade or else wise, often disregarding their so called friends in the process, and quite often making a big deal out of a B+ thus earning them the title of Type A because anything less is a failure in their eyes.
Their are alot of type a's at TJ.

The trip isn't going to be fun because a bunch of type a's are in charge, I bet we will end up going to a lint museum.
by BoredButTrue June 01, 2009
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Describes someone who sends long emails or instant messages. Talkative for the IM generation.
Are you busy at work today? Because you haven't been very typeative.
by jetsgrumbler May 22, 2006
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Contrary to most UD definitions of 'type' - TYPE used in a sentence is more like a substitute for 'kind of'/'kinda'.

Though it can mean 'a lot' and be replaced by 'mad', it's more used when meaning 'kind of'.
Example:
A) "Yo, shorty looking type good"

B) "His party was type crazy, like - mad heads in there."

in both instances, type can easily be replaced by 'kinda'.
by aviators March 07, 2010
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