Dez 12
An expression of joy and excitement.
I just got an A on my test. w00t!
von Metallion 20. Juli 2002
Dez 11
It's a high five that doesn't involve actually contact, normally over a long distance where a real high-five isn't possible.

Mix of "wireless" and "high-five", hence "wi-five", (wireless high-five)
Iain (yelling across the room): Dude, that mess was teh pwnz. Wi-five, brosef
Eric (in response): You need to chill with that nano shit, son
von Stampy 27. Oktober 2004
Dez 10
When you are in the same room with someone, each on seperate computers, and you talk via Instant Messenger instead of speaking to them out loud, in person
Even though they are sitting right next to each other, Jesse and Justin only compunicate when they have to tell each other something.
von Jesse K. 25. Oktober 2004
Dez 9
ice
diamonds
"I keep my girlfriend flooded with ice."
von isabel 11. April 2003
Dez 8
A one-upper who always has to be bigger or better than you. If your uncle has 20 ft. boat, his uncle or cousin has 21 ft. boat. A one-upper never loses in the world of story-telling.
Chris is a nice guy, but he's a big one-upper. He always follows my stories with a better one!
von MAP08 5. Juli 2007
Dez 7
To Libby (verb): to out someone's undercover role, as Lewis "Scooter" Libby (and others) did to CIA agent Valerie Plame.
Her: Yes, I'm sort of a secret agent.
Him: Well, if you keep telling people it's not much of a secret is it?
Her: Oh, you're right! I need to work on my stealth. Sorry.
Him: Don't apologize to me - I'm not the one who Libbyed you.
von My name is Cos 6. August 2007
Dez 6
Like a non-sequitur, a pre-sequitur doesn't follow what immediately preceded it, but instead relates to something that came much earlier. It is a sudden or jarring break in the chronology, but it does follow... when you remember what it refers to.
Jen: Why did you leave Los Angeles?
Keith: Well... have you ever lived there?
Jen: I visited once, for a week. I liked the street performers on the boardwalk...
Keith: Oh, the boardwalk is where I got this red scarf!
Jen: I was trying to knit a scarf just like that last year but I never finished.
Keith: Where do you get yarn around here?
Jen: There's a good store just a few blocks from here, wanna come see?

... ten minutes later ...

Jen: Huh, do you smell Indian food?
Keith: Hmm, not really... but now I'm in the mood to get some Indian Food.
Jen: Sure, let's!
Keith: It was the pollution, that's why.
Jen: pollution?
Keith: Yeah, I wanted somewhere with real air, and LA wasn't it!
Jen: Oh, why you left Los Angeles
von my name is Cos 6. November 2007

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