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Verb. Etymology: coming from the modern car tuning scene.
a phrase that means to modify a vehicle with as many types of aftermarket parts, performance or visual-wise, as are supported by that certain vehicle.
"As soon as i get my settlement check, im gonna trick out my ride"
od uživatele DJ FoxPhyre 26. Březen 2003
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Injuring oneself by using a sharp object to try to open hard-to-open plastic packaging like the kind they sell cheap consumer electronics or household items in. Growing phenomenon described in the Pittsburgh Gazette and popularized by Stephen Colbert.
Ironically, he got so caught up in wrap rage that he almost sliced off his finger using a screwdriver to open the package containing an X-acto knife.
od uživatele Ben Frey 28. Březen 2006
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When you've maxed out all your credit cards.
"I can't buy that dress. I've hit a swipeout."
od uživatele Craig Steele 07. Únor 2004
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Describe a vehicle with wheels that are less than desirable: too small, ugly, mismatched, trashy, horribly colored, etc.
Shit that pinto would be deck if that fool wasn't rollin' pennies!
od uživatele M to the triple E 29. Červenec 2005
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A person that spends a keen amount of attention and energy on knowing the ingredients of food, the proper preparation of food, and finds great enjoyment in top-notch ingredients and exemplary preparation.
A foodie is not necessarily a food snob, only enjoying delicacies and/or food items difficult to obtain and/or expensive foods; though, that is a variety of foodie.
Because he was a foodie, he liked to collect menus from restaurants which prepared food he enjoyed.
od uživatele genericpseudonym 25. Únor 2005
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a style of writing that uses only lower-case letters.
e.e. cummings wrote many of his poems in the shiftless style, using no upper-case letters at all.
od uživatele samuel ross 27. Červenec 2005
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n. Muffling out an interlocutor by slowly - yet unexpectedly - turning away their cranium with the palm of your hand. Can be construed as either playful or patently insolent by the receiving end.
Randy: You're boring me.
::turns her face::
Dina: What just happened?
Randy: It's called face-turning, toots. Deal with it.
od uživatele brown eyed girl 09. Březen 2006