Tháng mười hai 18
To position oneself on a subway platform such that, when the passenger steps off the train at his destination, he'll be as close as possible to the exit or stairs to his transfer. Used and done often in the nyc subway system.
Sorry, I can't talk with you while we wait for the train. I've got to prewalk to the end of the platform.

I save time prewalking.
viết bởi OfEternity 30 Tháng mười, 2005
Tháng mười hai 17
To eat food in a grocery store, then not pay for it. Usually done while legitimately shopping at said store.
I was so hungry by the time I got to Stop & Shop, I ended up grazing a bit--I had an apple, some Fritos, and a chocolate milk.
viết bởi Tyler 22 Tháng chín, 2004
Tháng mười hai 16
Short for "best friends".
Me and Jill are totes besties.
viết bởi TheGobbler 19 Tháng mười, 2004
Tháng mười hai 15
Sometimes means "after party", but it usually means a more mellow gathering of friends rather than a rowdy party. Basically, it's whatever you're doing after the bars close.

Usually not referred to in the past or present because it sounds pretentious -- only in the future tense.
1) "Do you know of any after hours?"
2) "What are you doing after hours?"
3) "There's supposed to be an after hours at Moe's pad.

Incorrect: "We had a really good after hours last night." or "This after hours sucks."
viết bởi Sarah 12 Tháng tư, 2004
Tháng mười hai 14
WAM
Walking Around Money. Monies given to you by your sugar daddy/sugar momma for you to spend freely.
What, you're out of cash? Why isn't your man givin you any WAM? My man gives me WAM all the time because he knows he won't get any booty otherwise.
viết bởi Javelina 23 Tháng sáu, 2005
Tháng mười hai 13
To be riding in a car equipped with neon lights on the rims or undercarriage of the car.
Last weekend we rolled around town riding neons on my new whip.
viết bởi KsPhiKapBJ 16 Tháng tám, 2006
Tháng mười hai 12
Going forward is purported to mean, "In the future" or "somewhere down the road" when in fact it is an attempt to dodge the use of these words, which generally indicate "I don't know". A newer development in corporate doublespeak, in most companies it is grounds for dismissal to release a press release without mentioning something 'going forward'. Going forward, you will likely see this turning up everywhere.
Our company expects to make a profit going forward.
We don't expect any layoffs going forward.
viết bởi imperialiststooge 08 Tháng tám, 2003

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