• Decarceration

    Decarceration involves government policies and community campaigns to reduce the number of people held in custody or under custodial supervision in the… – is the attempt to improve conditions inside prisons.

  • Performative

    People who more concerned with self-promotion, social media “likes”, or selling books & lectures; than they are about Actual Deliverables. People thought Tina cared about labor issues, considering how much she Tweeted about it, but it was all performative wokeness – she had no problems crossing picket-lines if the business offered a sale.

  • Wet Market

    A market selling live animals and a big place to become ill. Often found in China, the origin of SARS and COVID-19. Kyle: Hey, how was your trip to China? Chris: It was fine, though I did feel a little sick from eating that pangolin at a wet market.

  • Bubble

    To simply invest money with the purpose to make a profit. Bubble is to make something more than what it is. When you blow bubbles they multiply. I’f you say I’m blowin bubbles, this means to re-invest profit to make more money. If you say I’m tryna bubble, it means to make a profitable investment. “Yea man I’m tryna bubble” “I’m finna flip […]

  • Long hauler

    A pandemic victim for which the negative impacts to their health and related symptoms persist for months or years after being infected with the virus. A long-hauler with prolonged suffering from Covid-19 seems to go unnoticed by many in part because they are bed ridden and in social isolation.

  • Argumentum Ad Numerum

    latin for “appeal to the people” (if many believe so, it is so) argumentum ad numerum: the idea where something is true, because great numbers believe it. as in eat sh-t, twenty trillion flies cant be wrong! – bill maher

  • Martins Ferry

    -hardies -stinky p-ssy -hiv -aids -all other std’s ~look under “bellaire” for more definations and examples~ dude, which is worse…people from bellaire or martins ferry?

  • Channel the Tater

    a good way to remember how to say channing tatum’s name in the proper order. oh yeah that movie had tatum channing in it right? its channing tatum, remember channel the tater.

  • Bestir

    to stir up; rouse to action (often used reflexively): she bestirred herself at the first light of morning. historical examples courage, hope, enterprise to bestir themselves, where will they come from? the red cross in peace and war clara barton get up, husband, and bestir yourself, for we must be king of all the land. […]

  • not happy Jan

    the phrase ‘not happy jan’ was popularised by an australian telstra ad realised in 2002. it quickly entered the aussie vernacular. it is used when someone is p-ssed off at another person (who doesn’t necessarily need to be called jan) for stuffing up in a stupid way and has inconvenienced you – but is used […]