a play in doubles tennis in which the net player of the serving team stands at the center of the court, signalling behind his back which way he is going when the server serves. done to confuse opponents, often used by the bryan brothers.
returner1: sh-t!!! which way is the net player going?
returner2: i don’t know, they are running an i formation monster.
a liquid noun used to describe the vast quant-ties of love felt for another person in a measurable form. when poured into a spoon, it will overflow and flood the entire city. german spelling; schnu. example: a shnu for me, a shnu for you. translation: i love you more than anything in this world. more […]
- i f*ckin' know!
usually said in the most common of accents, (mainly those which are widely known as the ‘chav’ accents) used by several semi-famous people of our time, for example: mc devvo, mc dezmo and dj spitinyereye, this phrase is usually used by those who believe they ‘genuinely know’, only with only a slight colloquial and explicit […]
- igg immunoglobulin
a cl-ss of antibodies found in the body. igg immunoglobulins are the only antibodies that are able to cross to the placenta. the igg antibody exists as a single monomeric form and is incredibly important in the body’s immune response – especially in cell recognition, opsonization, and complement activation. “the igg immunoglobulin antibody was the […]
- ignorant d*ck
a person who think’s they have friends but really don’t because they’re -ss holes to everyone. usually tall and goofy as f-ck.think they’re the best at everything even if they aren’t and in many cases are gay. never getting laid. frankie: dude look at my pecs, look at my gaming skills, look at my life…it’s […]
i graciously pretend to agree. a playful way to acknowledge someone with whom one disagrees (especially a member of the opposite s-x). usage note: “i graciously pretend to agree” differs from the similar “let’s agree to disagree” in that igpta grants decision-making authority on the matter to the opposing party; whereas latd leaves the decision […]