Mad Definition

Mad=Extremely

Mad=Extremely

Food Coma

The feeling of listlessness, bordering on sleep, that one feels after eating a large meal, often caused by a rush of blood to the stomach and intestines during food digestion.

“Man, we ate the whole Pupu platter and now I’m slipping into a food coma.”

Mad

Most predominantly used in the greater New York area, “mad” is an appropriate replacement for Northern California’s “hella” and Boston’s “wicked.”

In the common vernacular, it translates into “a lot” or “extremely.” Can be used almost interchangeably with any of the above listed words.

For the most part, it means angry.

“It’s mad hot today”
“She has mad problems”
“I’m Mad Hungry

Nom

 

The sound made when eating something (or someone). Can be referred to as “nomming” as a verb, ans is often pronounced int he sentence “om nom nom”.
“Omg, there’s someone eating my arm!”
*om nom nom*
“awwww :3”

Pressed

March 28, 2005 Urban Word of the Day
Obsessed or attuned to a particular thing, idea, or person to an unseemly degree.

Always used in the pejorative. Seems to have originated in the Mid-Atlantic region (probably Southeast D.C.).

“Damn, he’s pressed for some soda!”

Shwasted

A combination of “shit-faced” and wasted. Really drunk basically.

“I am not getting drunk tonight, I am going to get SHWASTED!!!”

2 Comments

  1. I’m offended by your description of “wicked” as a possible substitute for “mad”. A few select items from Boston (if any actually) offer the versatility of their more elegant New York counterparts. Wicked, sadly, isn’t one of them. :p I assume that is why you included the “almost interchangeably”. Haha, it’s all gravy man.

    • Haha! Don’t blame me. Blame Urban Dictionary. All I do is find the best definition for the words I already use. No disrespect to BK man, lol.


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