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Askhole

A person who constantly ask for your advice, yet always does the opposite of what you told them!

Me: What do you recommend for dinner here?

Friend: The pasta is good.

Me to Waiter: I'll have the steak please!

Friend: You're such an askhole!

by posterchild February 27, 2012

1950 up, 221 down


Whaling

To 'whale' in a game or 'whaling' is a term for gamers or gambling addicts who spend a good huge amount of money on video games or casinos. Since a whale is huge and they pay hugely for gambling or gaming, you can see why this is a thing.

With gamers, microtransactions existed for them within free-to play games (e.g. loot boxes, in-game currency, booster packs, cosmetics, etc.), gacha-like games, mobile games, battle-royale games or anything along those lines.

Gamblers are people who whale tons of cash on slot machines, poker and other natures of casino games and gambling.

"Whales" was a phrase first used by video game publishers to describe their main customers who insufferably liked to gamble their money for in-game items.

Bob: "Hey, Dylan. Guess what happened: I convinced my mum to buy me V-bucks and I spent a heck load on Fartnite last night. So cool, dude."

Dylan: "That game is for toddlers. I see why you needed her to buy it for you. Because toddlers rely on their mummies, and you like to whale money within a crappy game, to buy things you don't need. Player Ultimate Battlegrounds is way better than your game."

Sarah: "Guys, guys, guys... come on. It's not that bad. I spend my free time whaling my student funds on Weeb/Grand Order to get the best units with Gacha hatchers and to be a better player, haha... I think I'm the worst than both of you combined."

by Taz (The Legend) June 28, 2018

254 up, 80 down


Money Pull Up

Money pull up” is a practice started in Jamaica which involves the shelling out of money to a dj by party goers for him to replay a particular dancehall or reggae song.

“ Only in Jamaica do you see a money pull up at karaoke

by Speedawf June 12, 2023

294 up, 128 down


Mascot Horror

A subgenre of horror that's often made to attract younger audiences, characterized by a recognizable (usually marketable) mascot. Games in this genre may rely on cheap jump scares and are likely to have extremely convoluted lore.

Examples of mascot horror include but are not limited to: Five Nights At Freddy's, Poppy Playtime, and Hello Neighbor.

"bro that new mascot horror game was terrible, the characters are funny though."

by UnorthodoxAnon February 14, 2023

470 up, 114 down


skirted egg

A person who is bald on top but has hair on the sides and back. Was heard on Trailer Park Boys, where J-Roc told Mr. Lahey he looked like a "skirted egg."

That guy looks like a skirted egg!

by ksyder November 20, 2008

563 up, 79 down


Cumposer

A person who fakes orgasms.

Jean totally fakes her orgasms, she's a cumposer.

by KetelOne415 March 26, 2009

1223 up, 217 down


Sautéed

When your friend is high, but instead of being funny, he starts acting pretentious about the weed. This includes a history lesson on the strain or a breakdown on the cannabinoids.

Person 1: “Bro John is soooo fried, he’s talking about tasting the terps and shit”
Person 2: “Nah jit aint fried, he’s sautéed

by Likelyjuice July 14, 2023

585 up, 135 down