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# cshieffer's curious and intentional misspelling of "God," which stemmed from his refusal to agree with anything christians did, not even their proper use of the English language. Most CT users have adopted this spelling as a running gag.
 
# cshieffer's curious and intentional misspelling of "God," which stemmed from his refusal to agree with anything christians did, not even their proper use of the English language. Most CT users have adopted this spelling as a running gag.
 
 
'''DHITB''', v.
 
# Acronym for "do her in the butt," a Clemson Talk running gag.
 
# Can also be "DYITB ("do you in the butt"), or just ITB.
 
  
  

Revision as of 18:50, 1 August 2005

As with any community, Clemsontalk.com has developed its own lexicon over the years. Here's a listing of words to help you better understand what people are talking about. Not all this slang is exclusive to the Clemsontalk.com community.


O Rly?

b7, v.

  1. Abbreviation for "ban" or "banned." Derived from Banned > Band > B& > B7


Baby Black Jesus (BBJ), adj.

  1. see Black Jesus


Black Jesus, adj.

  1. Something that has been posted a long time ago, as in "This picture of the squirrel with big testicles is older than Black Jesus."


cshieffer, n.

  1. A user speaking in broken English who started many threads about the evils of white Christians and how they are responsible for all the problems in the world. Claimed among other things that Osama bin Laden was more moral than the Pope. Banned for a variety of reasons, one of which was calling the administrator a "Christian pervert."
  2. Current record holder for most negative rep (five red blocks total - "Off the charts")


CT, n.

  1. Clemson Talk


DHITB, v.

  1. Acronym for "do her in the butt," a Clemson Talk running gag.
  2. Can also be "DYITB ("do you in the butt"), or just ITB.


drama llama, n.

  1. The end result whenever any two CT users date each other. It isn't pretty.


fap, v.

  1. A smaller word for "masturbate"


fix't, v.

  1. Short for "fixed." Used whenever a quote or comment in a thread was found to be incorrect and was changed by another user within the actual quote to point out that the quote has changed.


ghod, n.

  1. cshieffer's curious and intentional misspelling of "God," which stemmed from his refusal to agree with anything christians did, not even their proper use of the English language. Most CT users have adopted this spelling as a running gag.


numance, [noo-mance], n.

  1. Pertaining to or describing the level of intellectual discourse present in a thread, post or forum.


Owned, v.

  1. Someone has been proven wrong or dominated in some way. Can be used as a suffix to the person or thing that owned them, such as in "Al Capowned." When used as a suffix, "-owned" is only to be attached to a single word, preferably in a fashion that replaces the final few letters of the word itself. It is, under no circumstances, to be attached to the end of a sentence, a long string of words, or any particular word where it does not properly fit, impedes on the natural aural flow of a sentence, or causes the speaker to become tongue-tied.
  2. Sometimes "pwned" or "pwn3d"


Pics or Shens, phr.

  1. Short for "pictures or shenannigans" meaning that someone doubts what someone else has said and wants to see pictures to prove it. (Image Macro)


post whore, n.

  1. Someone who repeatedly makes pointless or unnecessary comments in multiple threads for the sole purpose of increasing their overall post count. Excessive spamming will usually get a user temp-banned for 48 hours.


QFT, phr.

  1. Abbreviation of "Quoted for Truth." Used to show that a user agrees 100% with something another user said earlier in the thread.


Rep, n.

  1. Short for reputation. Users can give positive or negative reputation to other users' comments. A user's total reputation is displayed by red or green blocks under their name.


Roffles, interj.

  1. Bastardization of the abbreviation 'ROFL,' which stands for "Rolling On the Floor Laughing." Roffles is often used when laughing at someone, not with them.


RP&P, n.

  1. The Religion, Philosophy and Politics forum on CT.


SeeTee, n.

  1. Bastardization of the acronym "CT"


super shens, phr.

  1. Used to call out a user who has made a very vague or incorrect statement, usually through sweeping, unverifiable generalizations.


top quoting, phr.

  1. Quoting someone else's post and putting your reply above it, rather than below it. This practice is frowned upon.