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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

#AtoZ: U Urban Dictionary

One can define kid speak with the help of Urban Dictionary. To tap into this wealth of information, just enter a word, and the definition pops up. 


For example, neathage is the opposite of cleavage. I didn't even know there was a word for a woman's boob hanging out from the bottom of her shirt.
  
Or an Introdouche is someone who introduces himself by bragging about useless accomplishments. You can also achieve introdouche status by introducing your girlfriend as a "friend."
 
Furthermore, spend some time with Urban Dictionary, and you'll find gazillion different types of boogers: phantom, bloody, leaf, runaway, happy, ten dollar, ingrown, bat, or cape––the list goes on and on. 

I'm not sure if my kids know all the definitions at Urban Dictionary, but they are upstanding citizens who would never wheez the juice or become illegal gymigrants.



So whether you want to achieve coolness or to understand what your son means when he asks you to text poon to his friend, check out Urban Dictionary.

21 comments:

Kellie @ Delightfully Ludicrous said...

I've never heard of introdouche before, but I'm so using it!

writebackwards said...

this is a definite must for parents! I began going there before I had kids. I just shake my head at all the things they come up with there. I'm so naive LOL

Jamie Dement (LadyJai)
http://writebackwards.we3dements.com

mail4rosey said...

Anyone with with a child 12 or older has a need to know about this great invention. ;)

elegsabiff said...

That's wicked sick!

(Er, am I using wicked sick correctly? Like, really fun and cool?)

Talya Tate Boerner said...

I often refer to Urban Dictionary:)) Makes me cooler than I am.

Jenn Mitchell said...

Funny post Thanks for sharing and stopping by my Wordless Wednesday post.

Martha J. M. Orlando said...

I'm going to have to check this one out!

Michael Offutt, "Johnny on the Spot" said...

I looked up the word "shawty" on the urban dictionary because it appears in hip hop.

Theresa said...

Ahh, good old Urban Dictionary. I have to refer to it quite often to keep up with the slang around here. I remember the good old days when the only words my mom had to worry about were hoebag and twat. Now we need an online dictionary to know what the heck our kids are talking about...

Kathy said...

I have consulted it before but not lately. LOL

Kathy
http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com

missjersey said...

We used to spend hours on that website in IT classes at school. The best bits are the people's name definitions!

Good luck with the blogging challenge, too!

Carol L McKenna said...

Neat post ~ very creative ~ thanks for 'visiting' ~ enjoy ^_^

Stephanie said...

Hilarious and useful!

Betty Alark said...

I consult the dictionary all the time! Thanks for sharing!

Binky said...

We're on there, so it has to be good!

Rhonda said...

LOL - that video was so funny I had to show it to my daughter. Quick question, are you sure the opposite of cleavage is sticking out on the bottom as opposed to so small they are concave?

Rhonda @Laugh-Quotes.com

Corinne Rodrigues said...

Thanks for introdouching us to the new lingo! ;)

Masshole Mommy said...

I've been to this site a few times and I am not sure whether it's funny or offensive - yet, I keep going back.

Cathy Kennedy said...

On occasion I've used URBAN, too. The English language keeps getting redefined with all these this funky lingo. How does parent let along the rest of the population hope to keep up? Great, fun post - loved the video!

stevebethere said...

LOL well I didn't know any Urban..I do now

That video was funny LOL

Have an urbantastic fapulous day see...my first bit of urban :))

Kristen Dyrr said...

Haha, I love the Urban Dictionary. I'm always having to use it. The video is great too. :)

#atozchallenge, Kristen's blog: kristenhead.blogspot.com