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11 definitions by TheBaldOneMpls

 
1.
Short for "Woo Woo Woo, You Know It!". The full phrase is the catchphrase of WWE superstar Zach Ryder. The initials are a rallying cry of his fans, similar to WWJD (What Would Jesus Do).
Zach Ryder for World Heavyweight Champion! WWWYKI!
TheBaldOneMpls tarafından 28 Ekim 2009, Çarşamba
 
2.
NNY
1) Short for Johnny, which is short for comic book character Johnny the Homicidal Maniac.

2) Abbreviation for New New York, the setting for the cartoon Futurama.
1) The girls love NNY for some reason.

2) Did you see the one where Fry went to Madison Cube Garden in NNY?
TheBaldOneMpls tarafından 15 Şubat 2004, Pazar
 
3.
(n) Nickname for the state of Minnesota, attributed to the general population's passion for hockey at all levels of play.
Minnesota is the State of Hockey for a reason.
TheBaldOneMpls tarafından 15 Şubat 2004, Pazar
 
4.
Acknowledging that Object A is inferior to Object B in every way, yet preferring Object A. The phrase was coined on Family Guy when Peter Griffin used it in part to explain why he did not like The Godfather.
Atlanta's got no chance against Boston, but hey, I'm loving The Money Pit on this one. Atlanta in 6.
TheBaldOneMpls tarafından 15 Nisan 2008, Salı
 
5.
A song from the game Dance Dance Revolution (a.k.a. DDR) that is widely ignored. It first appeared in DDR Extreme and reaches a maximum BPM of 270. It is easier, slightly slower, and decidedly much less popular than similar-sounding PARANOiA Survivor Max (also see PSM and PSM Oni), which also debuted on Extreme.
PARANOiA Survivor is one of the hardest songs in DDR history!
TheBaldOneMpls tarafından 22 Haziran 2004, Salı
 
6.
Sneaking peeks at a game on TV while at a party or other social gathering. A play off the word espionage.
If he's got the Lakers game on, I'm gonna have to do some ESPNage tonight.
TheBaldOneMpls tarafından 10 Kasım 2006, Cuma
 
7.
A nickname for Guinness.
I'm gonna get tore up off of some Irish NyQuil
TheBaldOneMpls tarafından 20 Ekim 2004, Çarşamba