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
This present participle is reserved for occasions of chatting on Skype, or some other such non-verbal chat medium. In such an instance, it's more appropriate than using the normal conversational verbal processes such as:

"telling", "saying", "talking about", "givin' you a 'shayout'", etc.

You realize you've been saying, "Yeah that's what I was 'telling' you the other night, (via Skype, foo!)
J. Man2999: Aw sheeyit! It's almost 2012! End of the world, clickkk!

P. Jizzy: Yeah, that's what I was telling you the other night, my light skinned brother!

J. Man2999: Huh? I don't remember you 'tellin' me that.

P. Jizzy: Yeah, member. We was rippin' Skype up for like three hours. Come on mayne, cay'nt you remember?

J. Man2999: Shittt, son! You mean that's what you was
'typing' me the other night. Yeah, now I remember; seeyin as you're all accurate with your verbal priznocesses!

sounds of:
(clickety click click click)
Schmitty: "Aw yeah, man! That's what I'm talkin' bout!
Shaney Shane: "Correction... (pushing up glasses at the other end of the screen conduit) You means, that's what you 'TYPIN' bout, homey.
by Che Boludo May 23, 2011
it's exercise;

and, usually, exercise is knowledge
'hai acasa ca mi-i lene sa scriu'
'typing is exercise, exercise is knowledge'
by partyfox January 18, 2020
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
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 10, 2005
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 7, 2010
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 2, 2009