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LovelyUndeadVam
09-28-2008, 22:24:54
alright, i'm not sure it this exists, but this game basically goes:

1) you come up with a word. it doesn't matter what it is. it could be fake for all i care.

EX: goober

2) you go to www.urbandictionary.com and look it up, use the first definition.

EX: basically a goober is just a kindhearted, rather oblivious goofball. it's term of endearment really. it comes from the ancient scottish verb "to goub", which has to do with doing a dance and smiling sheepishly while doing so, exposing the goubs in one's teeth.
"That John is such a goober," said Jane as John vector-danced* his Junior Prom away.

3) if there is no definition, simply state "no meaning"

EX: ubla

no meaning.

4) once you have done this, you may say another word.

EX: cocoa
then another person defines it:
The best drink ever.
Like heated chocolate milk, but with more love.
I drank cocoa once. It made my life better.


and that's how it goes. :) it's really quite fun to see what people come up with.

PLEASE REMEMBER THERE IS NO CUSSING. IF THERE IS A CUSS WORD WITHIN THE DEFINITION, CHANGE IT OR USE ANOTHER DEFINITION. PLEASE DO NOT USE ANYTHING OFFENSIVE. IF YOU USE THEM, I OR ANOTHER PERSON WILL/MAY REPORT YOU. PLEASE DO NOT MAKE ME DO THIS.

i'll start.

grash

Mistery
09-28-2008, 22:28:01
garbage + trash = grash

quark

LovelyUndeadVam
09-28-2008, 22:30:37
The mysterious quark is one of the two basic constituents of matter that make up protons and neutrons, with there being exactly three quarks within each kind of particle.

It is often stated that the word was originally coined by Murray Gell-Mann who found it in James Joyce's book Finnegans Wake. However, Joyce himself had probably found the word in a German dictionary.
"Three quarks for Muster Mark!
Sure he has not got much of a bark
And sure any he has it's all beside the mark"
(James Augustine Aloysius Joyce)

shuby

Chocbubbles
09-28-2008, 22:32:01
no meaning

qwerty

LovelyUndeadVam
09-28-2008, 22:33:38
QWERTY is the keyboard layout in the U.S for most keyboards. This layout was used in early typing days to slow down typists in order to have the typewriter in use not jam as often due to lack of typist's speed. QWERTY is named as such because "Q.W.E.R.T.Y" are the first 6 letters on the keyboard

brough

~GH Dog~
09-28-2008, 22:34:37
QWERTY is the keyboard layout in the U.S for most keyboards. This layout was used in early typing days to slow down typists in order to have the typewriter in use not jam as often due to lack of typist's speed. QWERTY is named as such because "Q.W.E.R.T.Y" are the first 6 letters on the keyboard. (See DVORAK for information on a different layout.)
QWERTY layouts are still widely used because no one wants to stress over changing to the more effecient DVORAK.

LovelyUndeadVam
09-28-2008, 22:35:33
e7-i already defined it. ;)

and you have to say another word for us to look up.

~GH Dog~
09-28-2008, 22:36:23
ok


droup

LovelyUndeadVam
09-28-2008, 22:37:13
no meaning.

trounk

~GH Dog~
09-28-2008, 22:38:43
no meaning

lushing

LovelyUndeadVam
09-28-2008, 22:39:46
no meaning.

fruff

~GH Dog~
09-28-2008, 22:41:40
furry pads either side of an animal's nose, from which whiskers emerge.
Most mammals have fruffs on their faces, although primates (humans, chimpanzees, etc) are some of the very few that do not. Fine examples of fruffs can be seen on the faces of domestic cats and dogs

promt

LovelyUndeadVam
09-28-2008, 22:42:41
no meaning.

glouse

~GH Dog~
09-28-2008, 22:44:25
the act of being sick. comes from glens house which is sick so glouse means sick.
1. Lets go to glouse.
2..Taylor and Samantha looked glouse today

LovelyUndeadVam
09-28-2008, 22:46:47
it has one meaning, and i'm not posting it. :S there's no fixing it to be appropriate...

Croc

~GH Dog~
09-28-2008, 22:47:20
wait that was bad?

LovelyUndeadVam
09-28-2008, 22:47:59
it's okay. :) i'm sure you didn't know. buut lets not use that one again. ;)

~GH Dog~
09-28-2008, 22:48:32
goes to edit

LovelyUndeadVam
09-28-2008, 22:50:09
:) okay well, next word:

Croc

~GH Dog~
09-28-2008, 22:50:42
those dumb brightly coloured neon shoes everyone wears...

evil

LovelyUndeadVam
09-28-2008, 22:51:21
HAHAHA!!!

aka girls, girls are evil I have proof...

Girls require time and money
(Girls = Time x Money)
But we all know time is money
(Time = Money)
Therefore
(Girls = Money x Money)
(Money x Money = Money squared)
And beacause money is the root of all evil
(Money = square route of evil)
Therefore
(Girls = (the square route of evil)squared)
so we are forced to conclude that...
(Girls = Evil)

bronte

~GH Dog~
09-28-2008, 22:52:23
do you mean word?

LovelyUndeadVam
09-28-2008, 22:53:25
read above edit.

~GH Dog~
09-28-2008, 22:54:57
A person (usually a girl) who ruins people's relationships by methods including flirting, stirring, seductive text messages and various other means of destruction. They usually give up and leave after the damage is done.

lapsy

LovelyUndeadVam
09-28-2008, 22:56:25
no meaning.

brout

Chocbubbles
09-28-2008, 22:58:00
from: bro-out to hang out; to chill; especially in contrast to always hanging out with one's girlfriend; to display bro or lacrosse-like characteristics

llama

~GH Dog~
09-28-2008, 23:00:12
hairy animal that spits at you if you bother it
lony

Chocbubbles
09-28-2008, 23:06:25
no meaning

kooky

LovelyUndeadVam
09-28-2008, 23:28:15
when someone does something a little strange, or when something is not quite right.

garnish

linkinpark333
11-03-2009, 00:31:25
an extremely unlikeable friend of a friend who you put up with to please your friend

facebook

Yorick
02-03-2010, 11:06:17
An online network open to college students at certain universities. Students make up their own profiles which include a picture, name, birthdate, interests, and classes. They can then search for other students at their university or another university that has the facebook. One can add people they know or random people as their "friends."

Shwack

Yvonne
06-14-2010, 15:24:31
A newbie whose presence has no purpose.


fo shizzle

Evita
08-13-2010, 06:36:02
for sure; derived from Snoop Dogg.

Cantalope