a person who goes fishing for “happy birthday” wishes on social media. after receiving an initial round of good wishes (only because the people were reminded when they logged in), the wishfisher chums the waters with a “thank you” so others will remember to wish them a happy birthday, too.
did you see kyle’s “thanks for the birthday wishes” status update? he got 20 more happy birthdays because if it. he’s such a wishfisher.
a get-rich-quick scheme. something that takes advantage of people who are uneducated or naive. that sounds too good to be true, it’s definitely a wixal.
a legend named nim from nottingham dressed as wolverine (with the claws and everything) hey, do you know wolvernim, he’s famous?
the act by women to fill more than one seat, either by putting bags on the other seats or putting their feet on the seat across them. way more common than manspreading – and more obnoxious – but feminists think it’s aok. susan’s always womanspreading. i can’t believe how she always has to take three […]
an app that you compete with other players on by answering random questions. basically, you click a b-tton and hope for the correct answer. in the game, you spin a wheel and what it lands on determines what category the question will be in. a random question is chosen from the category and you’ll have […]
just like the website of a similar name but applied to people not places. to be tripadvised is to have every action, every movement, every breath instantly reviewed (usually unfavourably) by someone, usually a close family member ‘andy, don’t try to break the glaze on your plate when cutting food’! ‘and dad, make less noise […]