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saccharin (adj)

 

Too sweet to be true. That's so saccharin! [De La Salle University, Metro Manila, Philippines] 

sack jockey (n)

 

A girl who likes to give oral pleasures. That girl is a real sack jockey. [Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 1998]

sah (adj)

 

Extremely stupid (from stupid as hell). That movie was so sah!!! [Philander Smith College, Little Rock, AR, 1998]

saltine {possibly offensive} (n)

 

A person SO white it is unbelievable (as compared to normal crackers). Look at that saltine tryin' to dance. [Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA] 

salty (adj)

 

1. Bad; ugly; lame; messup up; not right. That song's salty. [California State University, Chico, Chico, CA, 1999; Albuquerque Technical Vocational Institute, Albuquerque, NM] 2. Embarrassed. [Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI]   3. Rude. [Albuquerque Technical Vocational Institute, Albuquerque, NM].    4.  Uncool, not hip, not friendly.  [Saint Xavier University, Chicago, IL]

sauce (n)

 

Steroids. E.g, That guy's on the sauce. [University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, 1998]

sauced (adj)

 

Drunk, just beyond buzzed. After 8 beers, I was pretty sauced. [California State University-Long Beach, Long Beach, CA, 1998]

saute' (v)

 

To have sex or make out. Did you saute' her. [University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI] 

say word (phr)

 

Are you serious? Malik got shot last night. Say word! [Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY, 1998]

say you swear (phr)

 

Are you tellng the truth? You got an F on your final? Say you swear. [ Shaw University, Raleigh, NC, 1998]

scene (phr)

 

1. Do you understand? 2. I understand. 3. Cool. I am going to call you, scene? [Sheridan College, Brampton, Ontario, Canada, 1998]

schlarve the dode {mildly vulgar}(v)

 

To perform oral sex on a male. Get on your knees and schlarve the dode. [BYU, Provo, UT, 1998]

schmeish (adj)

 

Cushy; luxurious; of exceptionally high quality; or simply very good. His new apartment is schmeish. [University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C. Canada]

schneyer (pronounced "schnare") (adj)

 

Bad; crappy; shitty; stupid; annoying. Often used with suffixes as schneyer-riffic, schneyer-tacular. You are so schneyer-rifficly ugly. [University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 1999]

schnikies (int) (pronounced Sh-nikes--like the shoes)

 

An exclamation of surprise. Schnikies! You scared me to death! [University of Georgia, Athens, GA, 1998]

schrump down (v)

 

To have sex with/to make out with/to get physical with . It has a kind of furtive and/or clandestine sense to it. Like you wouldn't tell anyone that you schrumped down with your long-time boyfriend, but you would say you schrumped down with someone you met at a party this weekend, someone who would normally be beneath you or with someone else's boyfriend. You can't be serious?! You schrumped down with him? But you're so much better looking... Remember when I got really drunk at Alex's party? -- yeah, well, I ended up schrumping down with Pete. [Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1999]

schwag (adj)

 

Bad; stupid; lame; boring. That movie was so schwag. [Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI; Cal Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA, 1997]

schwank (schwanky) (adj)

 

Good; cool; real smooth. Hey, the guy downloaded the test, got the answers, emailed it in and passed. That's schwank. Your new car is schwanky. [Phillips College of the University of Arkansas, Helena, AR, 1999]

scratch (n)

 

Money. Yo, what's up with that scratch I loaned you? [Jackson State University, Jackson, MS, 1998]

sco (phr)

 

Let's go. Sco; we're late. [Cal Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA, 1997]

score (int)

 

An expression to indicate something good. You got an A?! Score! [Yale University, New Haven, CN]

scrub (scrubby) (n)

 

A dirty looking object or person. She's such a scrub. [Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME, 1998]

scully (n)

 

Oral sex on a male. [Penn. State, PA, 1998]

s'dolly (adj)

 

Okay; acceptable. The date I had last night with that chick went out s'dolly. [University of Botswana, Southern Africa, 1998]

see the dinosaur (v)

 

To completely misinterpret something (especially artwork). If you don't explain it to her she's just going to see the dinosaur. [University of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, 1999]

seed (n)

 

A child, offspring. She took her seed to class? [Morris Brown College, Atlanta, GA]

sell buicks (v)

 

To vomit, especially from consuming alcohol. Todd was selling buicks in the kitchen. [SUNY Fredonia, Fredonia, NY]

sexile (v)

 

To lock a roommate out of your room for the purposes of sex or just getting it on. My roommate sexiled me for three hours last night when her boyfriend came down to visit her. [University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 1999]

shack (v)

 

1. To sleep at someone's house (probably because you were too drunk to go home).  I was toast so I shacked at Bob's last night. [Texas A & M University, College Station, TX] 2. To sleep somewhere other than your own bed with a member of the opposite sex; it may or may not include sexual contact. I stayed up late studying at Matt's place, so I just shacked over there. [University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, 1998] 3. To spend the night at the home of a romantic partner; to spend the night with someone and engage in sexual activity. Did you shack with him last night? [University of Ohio, Athens, OH, 1999; University of Missouri, Columbia, MO]

shacker (n)

 

Someone who frequently spends the night with someone and engages in sexual activity. Liz is such a shacker. I don't know why she has an apartment. [University of Ohio, Athens, OH, 1999]

shady (adj)

 

1. Bad; not good. This generic vodka is pretty shady. [Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 1998; Illinois State University, Normal, IL, 1999; University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA] 2. Not right; fake; fraululent. That whole credit card deal is shady. [Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 1998] 3. Sneaky; underhanded; behind someone's back; two-faced. The fact that you knew your curfew was 12 and you stayed out 'til 4 is just shady. [Univeristy of Georgia, Athens, GA, 1998; West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, 1999; Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA] 4. Checking on caller id before answering the telephone. Are you always shady? Don't you ever just answer the phone? [West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, 1999

shaft

 

1. (n) An erection. She gave me a shaft. [University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, 1998] 2. To disrespect (a person); to treat unfairly. Man, he totally shafted her when he got together with his ex. [North Georgia College and State University, Dahlonega, GA, 1998]

shagadellic (adj)

 

Most excellent; very cool. Your new board is shagadellic! [North Seattle Community College, Seattle, WA]

shake hands with the guv'nah (v)

 

To masturbate (male). [University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC]

shake the spot (v)

 

To be center of attention. Kasey and Dee really shook the spot at Tiff's birthday party. [Northeast Louisiana University, Monroe, LA, 1999]

shalong monster (n)

 

A male with an extremely large sex organ. The shalong monster punctured his partner's lung. [Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 1998]

shasta

 

1. (n) A girl one would hook up with because there's no one else available or because she's there. (Shasta is cheap soda, but you would drink it anyway because it's there or there's no good soda available.) She's was shasta. It was a slow night at the bar. [Towson University, Baltimore, MD, 1998] 2. (int) Shot down/slamed/regulated.  She dumped you? Shasta! [SUNY-Fredonia, Fredonia, NY]

shawty (shorty) (n; voc)

 

A female. That shawty right there is cute. Hey shawty, how you doing today? [Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA, 1999; [Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, GA] 

She bangs like a screen door in a tornado (phr)

 

She is damn good in bed. You know your girlfriend, she bangs like a screen door in a tornado; you're a lucky man. [Penn State University, Wilkes-Barre, PA, 1998]

sheisty (adj)

 

Small; skimpy; less than expected. This hamburger is hella sheisty. [California State University- Sacramento, Sacramento, CA, 1998]

shell (adj)

 

Unusual in a freakish, wrong, or humorous way. That waitress with the greasy purple hair and orange lipstick is definitely shell! [University of North Carolina-Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, 1999]

shit (n) (see also, the shit)

 

Something bad. If the fedz knock on our door, shit's gonna break doooooooown. [University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 1999]

shit curry (v)

 

To have diarrhea. Man, I'm so sick; I'm shittin' curry every 10 minutes. [University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK, 1999]

shitfucker {offensive; vulgar} (n)

 

A gay male. There were a bunch of shitfuckers hanging out on the quad. [University of Miami, Miami, FL, 1998]

shite

 

1. (n) Something bad. There was nothin' but a bunch of shite in there! 2. (v) To screw something up; to err. He misses the ball; he shites it! [James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, 1998]

shitrag (n)

 

Toilet paper. Hey, man, can you bring some shitrag in here? [Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, TX, 1998]

shittin' in tall cotton (adj)

 

OK; acceptable; doing better than before. All right, we're done! We're shittin' in tall cotton now! [Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL, 1998]

shiznit (adj)

 

The best; the greatest. Cara is the shiznit. [Cal State Fullerton, Fullerton, CA, 1998]

shammered (adj)

 

Excessively drunk. Let's go to the bars and get shmammered tongiht!! [University of Ohio, Athens, OH, 1999]

shorty (shortie; shawty)

 

1. (n; voc) A female (often used to replace her name when talking to her or about her). Hey shorty, where ya been? [North Carolina A & T State University, Greensboro, NC, 1998; Lincoln University, Rochester Institute of Technology, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, 1998] 2. One's girlfriend (or boyfriend) . Hey shorty, what you doin' tonight? [Clemson University, Clemson, SC, 1999; Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA] 3. One's child or offspring. I met Melissa's shorty, Dusty. He's so cutey! [Portland State University, Portland, OR, 1998] 4. A person younger than yourself. There were a bunch of shorties at that party. [Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA] 5. Cute girl, or guy, a short person, or just a name to call someone. Hey shorty, where ya goin'? [Morgan State U., Baltimore, MD] 

shell (adj)

 

Crazy, unexpected, inappropriate. That was so shell when she took off. [University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC]

shiesty (adj)

 

1. Slick, sly, or devious. That was really shiesty to jack his notes. [Queens College, NYC]   2. Nasty, scummy. Her apartment was shiesty. [Mesa Community College, Mesa, AZ]

shife (adj)

 

Very cool; da bomb. His car is shife. [University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, LA]

shred (v)

 

To rip down the slopes at high speeds (mostly snowboarding). I caught major edge shredding through the cherry pow pow. [Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA, 1998]

shitfaced (adj)

 

Really drunk. You're too shitfaced to drive. [Central Michigan University,  Mt Pleasant, MI]

shitty (adj)

 

Drunk; intoxicated. She got shitty after too beers. [Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA; Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL]

shiznet

 

1. (int.)  Expression of disgust. You lost your job? Shiznet. [Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL]   2. (n) The shit; something very good. jThat party will be the shiznet!. [Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD] 

shocka (v)

 

To relax; to hang loose. We're just gonna shocka at my pad. [University of Washington, Seattle, WA]

shoots (int)

 

"Okay!", "Alright!", "Right on!" Go to that club? Shoots! [University of Hawaii¡VManoa, Honolulu, HI]

shucked (adj)

 

Intoxicated, especially by marijuana. I'm just gonna go to that party and get shucked. [Wofford College, Spartanburg, SC]

sick (adj)

 

Great; the most awesome. That car is sick! [UC-Santa Cruz University, Santa Cruz, CA]

sick out (adj)

 

Very good; totally outstanding. That party was sick out! [Brisbane, QLD, Australia, 1999]

sig (v)

 

To talk too much, never shut up. Stop siggin'; we gotta study. [East Central University, Ada, OK]

69 {vulgar}

 

1. (n) The act of simultaneous oral sex between two persons. When I walked in, they were doing the 69. 2. (v) Simultaneous oral sex between two persons. I 69ed with this chick last night. [Emory University, Atlanta, GA, 1998; UCLA, Westwood, CA, 1999]

skadip (adj)

 

Bad; ugly; lame; unacceptable; unattractive. This outfit is skadip. [Oxnard College, Oxnard, CA, 1999]

skank (n)

 

1. A chick who sleeps around. That skank was mackin' on my boyfriend! 2. Its a kind of dancing--like, what you do to ska music. We was skankin' to some Five Iron Frenzy. (a band) [Highline Community College, Des Moines, WA, 1998]

skank a ripper (v)

 

To ask for (beg for) a portion of someone else's drink, cigerette, or pipe. Hey Mister, can I skank a ripper off that? [Sheridan College, Oakville, Ont., Canada, 1998]

skankalicious (adj)

 

Very disgusting; super nasty; whorish. That girl I had sex with last night was skankalicious. [Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 1998]

skeet {vulgar} (v)

 

To have sex. I went to her crib so we could skeet. [Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, FL, 1998]

skeevy (adj)

 

Shady, unsavory, icky. That club was skeevy. [University of Delaware, Newark, DE]

sketch (n)

 

A random, weird person (male or female), typically seen at parties dressed in ragged clothing drinking a 40. You are such a sketch. [University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX]

sketch artist (n)

 

Someone who is very strange/weird. We saw that sketch artist wander around the campus this morning. [Columbia University, New York, NY 1998]

sketchy (adj)

 

1. Potentially dangerous (as in a person or situation). Sketchy people hang out in the hood at night. [Emory University, Atlanta, GA, 1998] 2. Strange, odd or unknown. I don't know about that girl. She seems a little sketchy to me. [Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, IL, 1998; Colgate University, Hamilton, NY, 1998; West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV; Tufts University, Medford, MA; Union College, Schenectady, NY]

sketell (sket) (n)

 

A girl who sleeps around with a lot of guys. Did you see Sarah kissing Gavin at the party last night? I saw her coming out of Leon's house this morning. That girl is an absolute sketell. [St. Philips 6th Form College, Edgbaston, Birmingham, UK, 1999]

skill twist (n)

 

A good sexual experience. That was a skill twist! [Northwestern University, Evanston, IL]

skinny (adj)

 

1. Greedy; selfish.  Taking the last cookie was very skinny of you. [University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX] 2. Uncool. Don't act so skinny. [University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX]

skitch (skitchy) (adj)

 

Not quite right (harmlessly so) or not all there. She was acting kinda skitch in there. Not sure why it did that. It's just kinda skitchy today. [University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 1999]

skootchie (n)

 

1.  A skank hoochie (either male or female).   Her date is just a skootchie. [Bluefield State College, Bluefield, WV; Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, MO]   2.  A male hoochie. He's just a player--just a skootchie. [Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH]

skrilla (scrilla) (n)

 

1. (n) Money. Yo, what's up with that scrilla you owe me? [University of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN, 1999; Montgomery College, Germantown, MD, 1999; Jackson State University, Jackson, MS, 1998; Chicago State University, Chicago, IL, 1998; Rice University, Houston, TX] 2. Drunk; intoxicated. That vodka got me scrilla. [University of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN, 1999]

skull (n)

 

Oral sex on a male; fellatio. Get some skull from her? [Vincennes University, Vincennes, IN]

slap happy (adj)

 

Jumpy and excited.  I'm so slap happy about the performance. [University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL]

slave {potentially offensive} (n)

 

A job, particularly a new job. Yo' home boy, I just gots me a new slave. [Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 1998]

slicker than cum on a gold tooth {vulgar} (adj)

 

Having a very slippery surface. That ice was slicker than cum on a gold tooth. [Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX, 1998]

slim (n; voc)

 

A person; a friend. Hey slim, what's up? [Howard University, Washington,D.C]

slip (v)

 

To lose control of a situation or to lose sight of reality.  If you don't calm down you're gonna slip. [Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA]

slow down (v)

 

To quiet down or shut up. Slow down; I gotta study. [University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, 1998]

slummy (slummed out) (adj)

 

Way past ghetto; the absolute worst. I am living straight slummy; I ain't got no money. Damn, those cats in the PJ's be slummed out. [Texas Christian University, Ft. Worth, TX, 1999]

smack

 

1. (n) Bad talk: insults, criticisms, lies. He was talking smack about her. [University of Southern Maine, Portland, ME, 1998] 2. (v) (also smack ass) To be very good; to be cool or awesome. You're gonna smack ass on that assignment. [University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN]

smack down (v)

 

To beat someone up--usually invoked as a disciplinary action. If he doesn't quit it, I'm gonna smack him down. [Peabody Conservatory, Baltimore, MD]

smashed (adj)

 

Really drunk. I'm smashed; can you dive? [Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada]

smoke rocks (v)

 

To act or speak stupidly. You're smokin' rocks man! [Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, MO, 1998]

smoke both sides of the cigar (v)

 

To be a homosexual. He smokes both sides of the cigar. [University of Georgia, Athens, GA, 1998]

smokey treat

 

1. (n) Marijuana. We got fucked up on some potent smokey treats. [Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 1998] 2. A cigarette. Let's go have a smokey treat. [Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 1998; Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 1998]

smokes (n)

 

Cigarettes. Got any smokes? [Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR, 1999]

snoopy (n)

 

A get together; a date. Yo, me and Christie are gonna have a snoopy Friday night. [New York University, New York, NY, 1999]

smoother (n)

 

Someone who is smooth; one who can persuade. Watch out for James; he's a smoother and always gets his way. [University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada]

smoove (smooth)

 

1. (adj) Cool; got it goin' on; bad (good); sweet; fresh; phat. That pad is smooth. Hey, that's a smoove song. [University of Arkansas, Pine Bluff, AR; University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI]    2. (verb) To vomit. Be careful; someone smooved in there. [University of Arkansas, Pine Bluff, AR]

snapdragon (int)

 

An expression of disgust or disappointment. Snapdragon, I broke my shoe. [Langston University, Langston, OK]

snaps (n)

 

Money.  I'm low on snaps; can you loan me twenty? [Radford University, Radford, VA; Cal Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA, 1997]

snook (snookie) (voc)

 

A term of endearment one uses in direct reference to one's close friends. Snookie, wanna catch a flick? Yo snook, what's up? [Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA]

snoot (n)

 

Nose. She popped him on the snoot. [Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA]

snuff (v)

 

To hit; to punch. He snuffed me when I turned around to walk away! [Lincoln University, Rochester Institute of Technology, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, 1998]

so (adv)

 

Really.  That is so old skool. [St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, PA]

solid (adj)

 

Enjoyable and fun. That bash was solid! [University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT]

som'em som'em (something something) (n)

 

A reward; usually any form of sexually activity.  Hey girl, how about a little som'em som'em?! [North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC]

sometimes on pancakes (phr)

 

As if; yeah right. Your rents are getting you a new car? Sometimes on pancakes! [Oglethorpe University,  Atlanta, GA]

son (voc)

 

A friend or the way you call someone who's name you don't know. Son, come here for a second! [Lincoln University, Rochester Institute of Technology, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, 1998]

sorry (adj)

 

No good, poor quality. That band was sorry. [UC-San Diego, San Diego, CA]

spang (v)

 

To ask people for spare change. I'm broke, so I'll have to do some mad spanging. [Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, 1998]

spankin' (adj)

 

Very cool; da bomb. Those are some spankin' new kicks! [University of Pittsburgh, Titusville, PA]

sped (n)

 

A stupid person; a moron (derived from special ed). There were a bunch of speds in the library yesterday. Frostburg State University, Frostburg, MD, 1998]

spent (adj)

 

Tired. I played ball all day; I can't go out; I'm spent. [Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, 1999]

spiffy (adj)

 

Nice; cool; neat. That new movie last night was pretty spiffy. [University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 1998; College of the Southwest, Hobbs, NM]

spliff (n)

 

A "Marley-style" joint (marijuana cigarette), characterized by a roughly cylindrical shape, the point being the end smoked from. It enables the roller to fit most of the weed outside the roach. Pass me the spliff. [Peabody Conservatory, Baltimore, MD]

sponge (n)

 

Someone who is always living off others' money. You are such a sponge. Why don't you get a job? [SUNY Fredonia, Fredonia, NY]

sponsored by velveeta (adj)

 

Really stupid, cheap or cheesy. That movie was totally sponsored by velveeta. [University of Georgia, Athens, GA, 1998]

spoogy (adj)

 

Wet, damp, sticky, gross, as in weather. The weather today is spoogy. [Rhodes College, Memphis, TN, 1998]

spooky kid square state (phr)

 

Denotes that someone is from a Midwestern, suburban city/village (or acts like it). My new roommate is the spooky kid square state type. [University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, 1998]

spoon

 

1. (adj) Very good; really cool. That movie was spoon. [Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS, 1998] 2. (n) A geek; a dork; someone you are putting down (usually an acquaintance). You are such a spoon. Don't you ever turn that computer off? [University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA]

spumoni (adj)

 

Extremely neat; very good; da bomb.  That new dress is spumoni! [Rose State College, Midwest City, OK]

square bit'ness (v)

 

Handle your business; take care of things (before they take care of you). He pissed me off. I gotta square bit'ness with him. [University of Houston, Houston, TX]

squeebs (int)

 

An expression used to signify that a person has made a fool of him/herself. You erased your hard drive? Yeaaaaaa squeebs! [Suffolk Community College, Riverhead, NY, 1999]

squirt belly (n)

 

A very very fat girl.  Did you see that squirt belly trying on that red swim suit? [Walsh University, North Canton, OH]

squish (int)

 

Expression of extreme excitement. I can't wait for that album to come out, squish! [California State University Monterey Bay, Monterey Bay, CA, 1998]

stack it (v)

 

To fall over. Hannah stacked it again last night on those heels she wears. [Cheltenham and Gloucester College, England, UK, 1998]

star (n)

 

A girl who's fine.  There's a star just waiting for you to ask her to dance. [San Jacinto College, Houston, TX]

stay frosty

 

1. (v) Stay cool.  Stay frosty; we're not going to be late. 2. (v) Take it easy.  Let's just stay frosty at my place after classs. 3. (int.)  Goodbye. Stay frosty, dude. [University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI]

stellar (adj)

 

Super or above everybody. That new club is stellar! [Queens College, NYC]

step (v)

 

To move; to get out of someone's face; to stop bothering someont. You better step before you get your ass kicked. [Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA, 1998]

stickleroo (n)

 

A cool person; a hip person; one who's down with the knowledge.  Why don't you go out with Jason? He's a stickleroo! [University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN]

straight (adj)

 

1. True; no doubt about it. That's straight; she cancelled the final! [MacMurry College, Jacksonville, IL] 2. Cool. That flick was straight! [MacMurry College, Jacksonville, IL] 3. In agreement; acceptable. Let's dip to the store. Cool; I'm straight with that. [University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 1998; University of Illinois, IL

straight edge (adj)

 

Against the use of drugs. He won't use dope; he is straight edge. [Yale, New Haven, CT, 1998]

strange (n)

 

A new or previously unknown sexual partner. I met a strange and so we spent the night at my pad. [Northern Virginia Community College, Woodbridge, VA]

style

 

1. (v) To flirt; to put the moves on someone. Where's Joe? Over there, styling that girl in the red shirt. 2.(n) The object of one's flirtations. Yeah, Chris is my new style, and he's here tonight. I think I'll go talk to him now. [University of Winnipeg, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada; Queen's University, Ontario, Canada; McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 1998]

stumpy (voc)

 

A replacement for someone's name. Hey, stumpy. What's up, stumpy? [Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, 1999]

style king (n)

 

Someone who is particularly excellent at the art of flirting; someone with an extremely high rate of success. Mike's too much of a styler to want to commit. [University of Winnipeg, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada; Queen's University, Ontario, Canada; McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 1998]

style project (n)

 

The object of one's flirtations. She's my style project for the night. [University of Winnipeg, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada; Queen's University, Ontario, Canada; McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 1998]

styler (n)

 

Someone who has perfected the art of flirting; someone with an extremely high rate of success. Mike's too much of a styler to want to commit. [University of Winnipeg, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada; Queen's University, Ontario, Canada; McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 1998]

sucka (n; voc)

 

1. A person.  Hey sucka, turn off the tv. 2. A person who sucks.  I'm so tired of him; he's such a sucka. [University of Arkansas, Elkins, AR]

sugar honey iced tea (phr)

 

Another way of saying shit; an expression of displeasure or disgust; an indication that something is valueless. That ain't nothing but some sugar honey iced tea!! [Philander Smith College, Little Rock, AR, 1998]

Sultana's (n)

 

The student shop just off campus. We're just off down to Sultana's. [Durham University, Durham, England, 1998]

sup (int; greeting)

 

What's up?  Hi.  Sup, dude? [SUNY Fredonia, Fredonia, NY; Cal Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA, 1997]

supa (n)

 

A man who does it all and makes it look easy.  Carlos is a supa; get him on our team. [University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, LA]

sup now? (int)

 

Used to degrade someone further after you have already degraded them physically or verbally. Sup now, loser? [SUNY Fredonia, Fredonia, NY]

super doke (pronounced "doooo" with the mouth only slightly open) (adj

 

Really cool. Your project was super doke! [St. Petersburg Junior College, St. Petersburg, FL]

super tight (adj

 

The bomb; very good; fun. That party was super tight! [University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS]

swamp donkey (n)

 

A racist person or a very foolish person. That stuck-up girl is a dumb swamp donkey. [Pellissippi State, Knoxville, TN, 1998]

swanky (adj)

 

Most positive; rich; classy. That house was swanky. [North Central Technical College, Wausau, WI, 1999]

swayze (v)

 

To leave or go somewhere. (It is somehow related to Patrick Swayze, the actor.) It's late; I gotta swayze. [University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI]

sweat (v)

 

To find a member of the opposite sex attractive. I'm sweatin' for that new girl in our geo class. [University of Delaware, Newark, DE]

sweet (adj)

 

Very good; cool; awesome;da bomb; radical; fun. Ice hockey is so sweet! [University of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, 1998; Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, MO, 1999; Goldey Beacom College, Wilmington, DE; Cal Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA, 1997]

sweet dog (sweet dog nice) (adj)

 

Very good (the best). That Fluid Mechanics Lab Report is sweet dog nice. [Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA, 1998]

sweet shit (n)

 

Something very good; something impressive. That football game was sweet shit. [University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK, 1999]

sweetie (n)

 

An extremely good looking guy or girl. Check out the sweetie by the bar. [St.Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada]

swerved (adj)

 

Intoxicated; drunk. I got swerved on those margaritas last night. [University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NV]

swipe the v-card (v)

 

To lose one's virginity. Guess who swiped the v-card last night? [University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, 1998]

switch hitter (n)

 

A homosexual. He's definitely a switch hitter. [University of Georgia, Athens, GA, 1998]

swole (adj)

 

Feeling stupid or embarrassed about something. I felt mad swole after he dissed me. [Bucknell University, Lewisburg PA 1998]

swoll (swool) (adj)

 

Angry; mad; pissed off. I was really swoll after they left me! [University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 1998]


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