syntok – pr*nounced “sin- talk”. this is an acronym (or new word) that describes “sh*t you need to know”. it is similar to the faq (frequently asked questions) section in a doc*ment but rather than being an answer section it is a section of a doc*ment that presents facts.
if you are part of a large corporation that demands political correctness then the definition of syntok to upper management could be “stuff you need to know”
word created by dref selwoc, circa early 2000.
an apprentice mechanic was putting together a motor and wanted to make sure they were doing the job right so they looked at the syntok section for the motor *ssembly to ensure they were doing the job correctly. the syntok section provided the mechanic with the correct torque values for the different bolts and reminded the mechanic to use the proper torque specification when putting the motor together.
- backing talkwords
switching a word around in a sentence. example of backing talkwords i just ate an apple. i just apple an ate.
- pulling a chandler
to accomplish absolutely nothing in an entire day. man he hasn’t left the couch he’s pulling a chandler
an object consisting mostly of pure high quality chrome. the car shines with its chroomax ch*ssis.
- slam sack
a slam sack is a body used for f*cking. this usually refers to females, but has come to encomp*ss anyone who fits the description. david: i am heading out to the bar to hopefully find a chick for tonight. kate: are you looking for a girlfriend? david: nah, just looking for a slam sack.