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A excuse usuallyused by young married couples so they can fuck a lot.
Jack and Erin claim they are trying for a baby but I'm pretty sure they are using that as an excuse to fuck 24/7.
ayon kay jdoge7 ika-14 ng Marso, 2015
Mar 31
To break up with somebody.

Alternatively, it means to fire somebody from a job.

Basically, the word describes any situation in which someone's position or status is completely stripped away from them in one fell swoop.

This phrase derives from the book and TV series, Game of Thrones, in which there is a castle on a high mountain with a hatch built into the floor. This hatch is called the "Moon Door." When opened, the Moon Door releases people into mid air, so that they fall directly to the floor of the Vale far below.
I finally gave Sally the moon door.

Woah, bro, sorry to hear that. Was it a tough breakup?

No. Once she was gone, it was completely over.

{to give someone the moon door]
ayon kay Ae5Ea8 ika-14 ng Marso, 2015
Mar 30
trying to have sex with an older person
Brian, you going gravediggin tonight?
ayon kay Juh DeGs ika-14 ng Marso, 2015
Mar 29
Term used in basketball when a player hits a perfect swish, usually called out by another teammate or occasionally the douchebag that took the shot. After taking the shot you keep your hand in the same position it was in as the ball was released because the shot was just that perfect others playing want to see the form.

Juwan: *Hits perfect shot from 3*

Ben: "Thats what I'm talking about Keep it hangin'"
"Damn that shot was nice! Next time keep it hangin'!! "
ayon kay ConeMaster ika-14 ng Marso, 2015
Mar 28
JTM is short, text-messaging speak for: je t'aime ("I love you" in French).

This is popular in texting culture in French speaking countries.
Dan often sends his girlfriend, Michelle, a quick "JTM" text when he thinks of her during the day.
ayon kay gtbarry ika-04 ng Pebrero, 2009
Mar 27
a slang phrase usually said after asking a question.
a:"Do you want ice cream or naw?" (nah can also be used)
ayon kay joey g. ika-24 ng Pebrero, 2014
Mar 26
The rare awkward moment between two male acquaintances or friends when the parting gesture (handshake, fist bump, or bro hug) gets fumbled. This occurs most often either when one goes in for a bro hug and the other wants to shake hands, or when one goes for the traditional handshake and the other goes for some version of the urban handshake. The awkwardness usually lingers until your next parting, at which time you both slightly overcompensate for the previous confusion by first, deciding what form your parting will take, and second, executing it with decidedly more gusto than usual.
We totally botched our handshake last time.
Tots, brah, that was as ugly a braux pas as you're gonna see.

This time, it's a handshake, OK?
Sounds good. I was feeling a little weird about it, too.
ayon kay Ae5Ea8 ika-15 ng Enero, 2015

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