OMG! Hilarious! The Nora definitions are my favorite. I also like #1 for Chris. He might not, though.
I'll bet Chris will be proud of #5
"jere isn't defined yet."Jene has a great one, though.
Jere, that's the beauty of Urban Dictionary - you can make up your own definition and submit it.
I definitely got the harshest treatment. Tell the truth now Nora, did you submit #%?
I have tried to submit a definition for "terrible job" several times. It never posts. It kills me when I see some of the things they DO allow!
Sorry Chris, I'm just not that clever. You have to admit, your name had some funny ones.Jere, maybe they have to approve it before it shows up on the site?
I've tried twice over the last year or so, using perfect English and explaining it well--you know, the opposite of what they seem to accept repeatedly. Maybe I should add more stuff about shitting on someone's face or something, and spell every word wrong.
Yeah, what they do let through is awful! Here's my all-time favorite Urban Dictionary moment: I've heard Ben, his mom and a few other people from southern California pronounce the word "height" as "heighth". That bugs me. I randomly looked it up online one time to see what the deal is. I stumbled on Urban Dictionary's definition: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Heighth#1 sums it all up. I laughed so hard when I read it. I'm still a little vague on whether or not it is an acceptable variation to the word "height", though. Response #3 says it is in fact correct, just not the norm. Dictionary.com says it is a "nonstandard spelling of height." Either way, "heighth" kills me!
"I will stab you in the eye!"
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