an occurrence in which a writer writes for an extremely long period of time, such as an hour or more at a time. the writer may take breaks between binges and resume writing.
it is often used during nanowrimo (national novel writing month) or any wrimo (writing month) to increase word count.
last night i had a six hour writing binge.
- w t f ?!?!
1. acronym for whatever you want it to mean…most commonly used is for what the f-ck? 1. but i thought the french fries were supposed to be crunchy and salty at mcdonald’s…wtf? 2. wtf is sally doing with that dog? 3. what the freak (polite form) 4. waste treatment facility 5. water task force 6. […]
a compound-acronym of the two closely related acronyms of wtf and fml. it means: what the f-ck my life. wtfml can be applied to many unfavorable circ-mstances. under normal circ-mstances, the what the f-ck portion comes first, followed closely by a heart-felt f-ck my life. when typed from a computer, it is an absolute necessity […]
a diablo 2 clan that rivaled bmpk. rhin (sean) created wtfpk, a program which had advanced anti-tppk as well as many other features that far exceeded bmtppk at its time. you got wtfpk’d
apparantly some sort of negro-slang refering to how good you are at s-x. generally a good thing. i had hot s-x last night with a guy who could wurk it. work + lurking when you should be working, but instead you’re lurking at your favourite message board. hey guys, i’m wurking… i’ll be back later!
used with badly written fanfics, mostly on quizilla, wwffy stands for; who would fall for you? usually used for a t-tle in a reverse haram style fanfiction or “orginal” story. example for t-tles 1) the fan fiction t-tle! “wwffy? harry, ron, dumbledore, hagrid, snape, or cedric (he’s a ghost!!!1)? 2) the “origanl story” t-tle! “wwffy? […]