an unambiguously wrong, disruptive and often deliberately committed act for which there is not yet a specific law making that act expressly illegal. (see extralegal) financial and white collar crimes, such as offsh-r- banking, misrepresenting the value of investments and temporarily selling ‘junk’ -ssets to create cashflow are prime examples of “a”legal activities. alegality is a corollary of the distinction between amoral and imoral reasoning as applied to legality.
broker#1: we’re putting together a portfolio of failing investments so we can sell it investors then short against it and make a killing.
broker#2: isn’t that illegal?
broker#1: nope, just alegal… now lets get some lattes.
- fiddlin gypsy
an explative, it is often used in moments of anger to express being inordinately annoyed with somebody/something. plural: fiddlin gypsies “g-dd-mn fiddlin gypsy” “thats the last time i want to see that fiddlin gypsy ’round here”
- adjusted coffee
a coffee that has one or more shots of an alcoholic spirit stirred through. tea or coffee? adjusted coffee would be great.
the time that elapses when the police asks a suspect a simple question, such as “what is your last name?” lavoris had a case of fiblag when the officer axed him what he was doing in the used car lot with a lug wrench at 3am.
similar to a “camel toe” however in this instance, it is when a male wears tight, skinny jeans, and his member protrudes as the eleventh toe. saw the word on the cuff of my wife’s jeans. search engine results produced “addiction”/ slang in french song?:adikto a tú amor coined it! i guess.. “adikto/e’ a-dik-toe; a […]
a high five tht is a deliberate miss often could be when drunk or cba to put in effort at a party: “matee i just got off with a buff girl” “blind-five!!!”