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fo-oh

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go vector compound

verb

  • to go on a murderous rampage after having society's pressure build on you. Origin: Brian Fox.
    Oh my god, he's going vector compound!

    Last edited on Sep 20 2013. Submitted by Billiy B. from Alaska, USA on Nov 09 1999.

  • to go crazy.
    Whoa, man, don't go vector compound!

    Last edited on Sep 20 2013. Submitted by Sam J. from Utah, Junction City, KS 66441, USA on Jan 12 2000.

  • to go crazy. Source: Brian Fox.
    Whoa, that dude is going vector compound.

    Last edited on Sep 20 2013. Submitted by Bob from NM, USA on Feb 12 2000.

  • to go crazy. Origin: an MTV joke. They used to say it all the time, now everyone in the US says it.
    He's going to go vector compound!

    Last edited on Sep 20 2013. Submitted by Brian F. from North Carolina, USA on Feb 15 2000.

  • to injure someone. Origin: a long joke on the MTV program Total Request Live.
    He just went vector compound.

    Last edited on Sep 20 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 25 2000.

  • to go insane. Origin: MTV.
    He - he just went vector compound!

    Last edited on Sep 20 2013. Submitted by william s. on Mar 15 2000.

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Jake

adjective

  • in good standing.
    You can criticize Frank, but Matt is jake with me.
    I wanna find some one who is jake with me.

    Last edited on Aug 14 2014. Submitted by Patrick B. from River Ridge, LA, USA on Nov 26 1999.

  • in good standing, or at the least without conflict.
    Now that you've paid up, we're jake.

    Last edited on Mar 08 2010. Submitted by Patrick B. from River Ridge, LA, USA on Feb 25 2000.

  • generally displeasing.
    That game is totally jake.

    Last edited on Mar 08 2010. Submitted by Danielle from Los Angeles, CA, USA on Mar 23 2002.

  • alright, fine.
    If you want to, that's jake with me.
    I'm jake with that.

    Last edited on Mar 08 2010. Submitted by Martin T. from USA on Apr 09 2002.

  • good, well, satisfactory.
    By his broad smile I knew all was jake.

    Last edited on Mar 08 2010. Submitted by Rick B. from San Diego, CA, USA on Jul 07 2004.

noun

  • a police officer.
    There sure are a lot of jakes out tonight.

    Last edited on Mar 08 2010. Submitted by Caleb K. from Hawaii, USA on Aug 17 1998.

  • general derogatory term for another person.
    That foo ain't nothin' but a Jake.

    Last edited on Mar 08 2010. Submitted by Jacob M. from Mt Vernon, WA, USA on Feb 07 2002.

verb - intransitive

  • to fake an injury, to hang back in play, to malinger, to loaf

    "Everyone on the team is trying except Joe. He's jaking it."

    Last edited on Sep 23 2010. Submitted by s.m.s on Sep 23 2010.

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rim

verb

  • to perform analingus.
                                                                                       

    Citation from "Episode 6", Little Britain (TV, 2004), Season 2 Episode 6 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Dec 20 2010. Submitted by Kode C. from WA, USA on Dec 16 1999.

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rubber

noun

  • a condom.
    Always wear a rubber during sex.

    Last edited on Mar 20 2010. Submitted by Latasha S. from GA, USA on Feb 25 2000.

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whatever

interjection

  • Used for almost anything anymore. (1) "I don't care," (2) "Yeah right! (sarcasm)" (3) Tacked at the end of a listing of things, like etc.
    1) Speaker: Do you want to go uptown?

    Response: (shrugs shoulders) "Whatever."
    2) Huh? You want me to share this with you. Whatever!
    3) Bring chips, cookies, pop; whatever.
    I caught her cheating and She said whatever.

    Last edited on Apr 24 2013. Submitted by Leah A. from Ohio University, USA on Feb 15 1999.

  • Complete sentence or singular remark given in apathy by someone indifferent to others feelings or actions. Seems to be favored by teens and adolescents.
    Whatever...

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Don W. from Platte City, MO, USA on Feb 25 2000.

  • a dismissive retort; "Shut up and go away."

    Last edited on Jun 30 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 18 2009.

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