Jul 25
Much tamer than "Fuck me boots" because the heel is shorter and less spikey. It is merely an invitation to ask me out and see how it goes. While less sexy than FMB they are much sexier than "Ignore me boots".
Dude, did you see Amy today? She has her ask me out boots on, I think I will.
von jamison313 20. Februar 2007
Jul 24
adj. The stage in fat accumulation when fabric can no longer contain the enormity of one's buttocks.
Jesus, I can't zip up these jeans anymore - I've reached critical ass!
von ElinorG 29. September 2006
Jul 23
The anticipation one feels when waiting for a response to a text message.
I just texted her for a date – but now the textpectation is killing me.
von Harvey W 21. Juli 2006
Jul 22
Someone who spends all their time on the computer surfing the net or playing games. Similar to couch potato.
You spent seven hours on the internet creating meanings for words on urban dictionary? Wow, You're such a mouse potato
von el 7. Januar 2005
Jul 21
When you regularly flirt with an acquaintance or friend but do no more.
1. Rick and Julie flirt whenever they are together, but they've never gone out. They aren't in any sort of relationship, merely a flirtationship.

2. Bob has only one girlfriend, but starts a flirtationship with almost every girl he meets.
von Bloo 12. Februar 2005
Jul 20
This is a less offensive way of saying "Jesus Christ"

It originated with the movie 'The Faculty'. In the real version, one of the characters exclaimed "Jesus Christ!" but in the edited TV version, they had it changed to "Cheese and rice!"
Guy #1: Aliens landed on Earth!
Guy #2: Cheese and rice!
von crowdish 15. November 2003
Jul 19
v. Expression used by rough older British blokes to describe taking a really big piss when they've not been to the bathroom for a while.
"Dave - hold on a second. If I don't Empty a Leg right now I'm gonna piss myself!".
"No worries, mate."
von Satandog 30. März 2006
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