an idrop is when you are on your iphone and the call gets dropped. this is meant to be a slang term, across cell phones. so even non-apple phones can have an idropped call.
i was talking with amy on my phone, and my phone call idropped” another use would be with the new apple iphone v4. they drop calls when you touch the outside edge. in that case it could be used in a sentence like “when i am on my new iphone v4, it idrops calls because i touched the rim of the case in a certain spot.” “yes, my cellphone idrops all the time
accidental dropping of an iphone
-iphone falls out of pocket-
that’s an idrop!
when you start writing a code and find yourself overusing conditional/if statements inefficiently, making your code long, messy and unreadable. this strategy is often used by people new to coding, or people that have not planned out how they will write their program. in addition to spamming if statements, if-coders also often do not follow […]
- i know, eh?
the canadian way of saying i know, right?; a way of agreeing with a previous statement. “i hate the portrayal of canadians on american television.” “i know, eh?”
- i'll check it out
meaning: it will never happen, won’t be attending, like maybe later why don’t you come with us later to the bar? answer: i’ll check it out
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a ridiculously good-looking person. a person everyone tries to look like. “oh my god…i want to be ridiculously good-looking like imad” – umaiyavan usually followed by the phrase “umad?” or “umad bro?”, which is often used to agitate the person, who is already agitated, even more. often he responds with no, so “umad” will be […]