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Urban dictionary ... what does your caching name mean?

Post by Grank » 14 June 07 1:41 pm

Hmmm. Had a bit of time on my hands and was telling someone at work that you can find Grank on google. They were extremely impressed when up popped a one line description

Grank is a combination of the words "Green" and "Skank" used to describe the Green Skanky Phlegm you get with a serious cold. :(

Following the link to http://www.urbandictionary.com/ I was further informd that Grank was also:-

The sound produced by a license plate being forcibly removed from a vehicle. :?

A combination between spanking and grabbing a girl's butt. :wink:

I looked up a few other caching names as well; so far "Grank" is the most undesirable one that I found :lol:

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Post by Dik: » 14 June 07 2:10 pm

The origins of Dik may have nothing to do with the Dik-dik, a small African antelope.

However, according to Wikipedia:

Dik-diks prefer foliage that is not so tall as to obstruct their sight lines. Their territories are often in low, shrubby bush along dry, rocky streambeds where there are plenty of hiding places.

Sounds about right to me. :D

According to Urban Dictionary there are two meanings.
The first we will forget.
2. dik

similar to the word dude

"what's up dik?"

"dik, what are you doing?"
As in:
"what's up dik?" as I get out the binoculars to study what might be up that cliff. :shock:
Or
"dik, what are you doing?" as I dive into a shrubbery. :roll:
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Post by Team Wibble » 14 June 07 3:05 pm

Urban Dictionary has 28 separate definitions listed for Wibble, some of them quite unsavoury :shock:

Definition 4 is the definition we chose our name based on:

The word used by Rowan Atkinson in "blackadder goes forth" to denote a state of insanity. I the scene he puts pencils up his nose and repeats "wibble wibble" in order to get sent home from the trenches.

George: "What is your name?"
Blackadder: "Wibble."
George: "What is 2 plus 2?"
Blackadder: "Wibble, Wibble."


Wikipedia also tells me that my team name is a metasyntactic variable!

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Post by Spruce Mooses » 14 June 07 4:32 pm

1. spruce moose
a line in the simpsons

smithers we will ride the new model plane i built. its callad the spruce moose


2. spruce moose

Spruce Moose, the tall guy who walks with a swagger and drools a lot, frequently found talking on his cell phone to nobody. Yelling out obcenities such as "hit that pussy" "Thats easy pussy" and the ever so popular "I already hit that pussy". You can find this man walking on the bridge by himself after the club closes.

Oh shit, here comes the Spruce Moose!

ok, so the first one is why we're the spruce mooses, but the second came as a bit of a suprise!!! I like cats!! I'm not going to hit them!! :shock: :shock:
3. spruce

spruce n. or adj.
a slightly more highclass word for cool

cool = filler in a sentence
spruce = mhm, i hear ya and think that what you are saying is beyond average cooldom

But if we take this urban dictionary meaning for spruce, we'd be cooler than your average moose :D :D :D :roll:

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Post by unbreakables » 14 June 07 4:46 pm

Punched in 'unbreakable' and here are the results:
. 1.neorenism


To have unbreakable virginity
a stone, suffers from neorenism
2.2. sumes


an unbreakable bond of friendship
"yo...u my sumes bitch!"
3.. Steadfast


Completely unwavering; resolute in decision or conviction; unbreakable
4.mooglug


The love shared between two people that is unbreakable
5. stik


something that you have to wait for it to happen with patience.
However, when it does happen, it becomes eternal, unbreakable- always prevailing.

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Post by crew 153 » 14 June 07 5:11 pm

CREW. The sport of gods, requires constant physical exertion, perfect poise, balance, timing, awareness, brute force, and a sensitive touch.
ummm....
CREW. A sport which takes up all excess time
I don't think they are talking about gecaching but it seems to fit.

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Post by Aushiker » 14 June 07 6:01 pm

Undefined ... about says it all.

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Post by CraigRat » 14 June 07 6:24 pm

NO definition for CriagRat, but there is the phrase 'craiging out'
V. to puss out. To cry and whine like a little girl. to back down from a commitment out of cowardice. when someone bails out of plans or refuses to participate for no other obvious reason than that they have no balls and/or are a pussy.
Horus would be correct for saying I was 'Craiging Out' during the Cheesy Pigs Ghost Tour cache series

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by McPhan » 14 June 07 6:58 pm

I really don't want to look. I know it will come back with something about the 5th season of American Idol. :oops:

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Post by sc00t » 14 June 07 8:26 pm

this is great!!<br>


"It means basically, "bam!", "in your face", and "hell yeah", all at the same time."

<p>
Funny thing is, this isn't where we got it from, but Urban Dictionary actually lists it as number 3....i wont post it all here but http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=booya

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Post by unbreakables » 14 June 07 8:34 pm

sc00t wrote:this is great!!<br>




lists it as number 3....i wont post it all here but http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=booya
I can see why :lol: :lol:

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Post by belken » 14 June 07 8:51 pm

sc00t wrote:this is great!!<br>


"It means basically, "bam!", "in your face", and "hell yeah", all at the same time."

<p>
Funny thing is, this isn't where we got it from, but Urban Dictionary actually lists it as number 3....i wont post it all here but http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=booya
I thought Number three for scoot was OK

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Post by nomad_penguin » 14 June 07 9:02 pm

<p>
Well ... there were 59 definitions of <b>penguin</b> (none for nomad penguin or stealth ninja penguin).
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<p>
Definition 4 is a great description of SNP, but I don't think he's been into space, well, not that <i>I</i> know of.
A penguin is one of the two magical creatures of Earth. They are extremely skilled at martial arts and are reliable agents of espionage. Penguins can traverse quickly through the water and are unaffected by sub-arctic temperatures. Penguins claim to be the original pioneers of space travel.
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However, definition 1 :
The bastard pissed me off, so I gave him a penguin.
Look it up :shock:
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Post by swampgecko » 14 June 07 9:05 pm

Aushiker wrote:Undefined ... about says it all.

Andrew
yup me too

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Post by caughtatwork » 14 June 07 9:47 pm

caughtatwork isn't defined yet.
Bah!

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