Result for keyword "digress"

digress

To go off-topic....

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Ah, but I digress, I really do

A phrase used in order to: 1)sway the topic(salad) being tossed around 2)insult someone...

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deprogressenate

Degressing on progress and things...

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hurlock

ruler of the diamond, one who drops bombs consitently....

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creat-e-variety

Composing diverse e-mail...

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perrio

A person who is always babbling...

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francl

francl, v. intrs., /'fran səl/ to discursively digress with minimal prompting....

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deture

The opposite of the verb "mature", as to growth young again....

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Hyperverbilating

When you talk loads of shit about nothing important....

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Digrass

A portmanteau of digress + grass (marijuana). Meaning to take time off to smoke marijuana, or to explain going off on a weird conversational tangent as being the effects of marijuana....

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dykegress

when you're in the middle of a conversation and get side tracked by pointing out that there is a lesbian in your immediate vicinity or stop mid conversation to point out that someone is a lesbian...

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LAN Trolled

When someone makes a blatantly incorrect statement and tries to play it off as trolling....

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peterman

the act of playing your freinds to get girls...

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nigress

A female black person, commonly used for one black person to adress a black woman...

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Imagication

The traveling to a distant or calm location when you are over-stressed or need to get away from everyone or some particular situation for a while....

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digrouse

Everyone in the conversation is complaining about one thing, but you start complaining about an unrelated matter....

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anti-productive

To digress from, inhibit, or thwart forward progress; participating in an action that, relative to the desired end product, causes additional labor or effort to accomplish....

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Sidetrakistan

an imaginary place where a person when they suddenly digress from one course of action or thought and turn to another...

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I digress

To deviate from the original topic of conversation, to go off topic. Typically one says this phrase when they realized they have gone off topic and decide to return to the original point.Another definition...

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Peterman-esque

Adj. - Used to describe one's story that involves unusual and tangential clauses, and often highlights bizzare exploits or encounters, completely unrelated to the primary subject.In reference to J....

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