Pants that are worn in anticipation of eating a huge meal (i.e. Thanksgiving dinner). These pants usually boast an elastic waist, to allow some give for that third helping of sweet potato pie.
The girls and I are going to a buffet for dinner, so I'm wearing my Thanksgiving pants.
Contessa Vanessaによって 2006年09月08日(金)
One who eats until they are engorged...and then proceeds to eat even more, usually resulting in a turkey coma. A glutton -- but a happy glutton nontheless.

See also Thanksgiving and Grandma's cooking.
"Yeah, I was a total tryptophanatic over the holidays. I think I slept for about 30 hours after I ate that second turkey."
Midwest_Expatriateによって 2006年01月24日(火)
Adj.: Affluent in an ostentatiously 'hip' sort of a way; a combination of yuppie and upscale.
My neighborhood is becoming more and more yupscale every day -- I can't take a walk to the liquor store any more without tripping over some BoBo with a thousand-dollar stroller and a Prada tote full of organic produce.
varmiconによって 2005年07月31日(日)
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CLM
Career-limiting move
Kissing his boss' wife turned out to be a CLM for Hank.
Bella L.によって 2003年05月12日(月)
Spending big bills, such as hundred dollar bills.
Donald Trump is so so damn rich. That bastard is always poppin' hundies.
Cecileeによって 2006年11月15日(水)
The star of Super Mario Brothers. An icon to gamers worldwide.

He takes shrooms and gets beefed, saves the princess, gets laid, and goes home to fix household plumbing systems.
Mario's a drugged-up, pimped-out plumber.
Didda Tinkleによって 2004年05月21日(金)
Denglish is actually the term used by linguists, mainly based in Germany, to describe incorrect English as spoken by Germans whose sole contact with English is at school. It results in something that might in some case sound English but in fact is not or is used in a differnet sense than in normal English usage. Modern German features an over-use of loan words, particularly from English. Germans mistakenly think the expressions/words are correct as they use them.
Bodybag - a new Denglish word for a fashionable bag, worn over the shoulder
Last, not least - an expression used by Germans in the sense of "last, but not least"
Walking - a sport now parcticed frequently in Germany - should of course be "power walking"
Paul Thomasによって 2006年05月29日(月)

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