1. oxycotton


    Oxycotton is a slang way to refer to the drug oxycodone, a pain-reliever known for its addictive qualities and abuse.
  2. whoosah


    Whoosah is a slang expression variously used to indicate or achieve a state of calm and relaxation.
  3. how you doing

    how you doing

    How you doing is an informal greeting like How's it going. It is most commonly known as the signature pickup line of character Joey Tribbiani from the sitcom Friends.
  4. lel

    Lel is a playful or ironic variation of the common internet acronym LOL or lol, for laugh out loud.
  5. BOS

    BOS is a common shortening of the city of Boston, Massachusetts and an internet acronym, often standing for boyfriend or boss over shoulder.
  6. BMS

    BMS is an internet acronym for “broke my scale," used in support of a user, often a woman, posting a picture of herself and asking for a numerical rating from her online followers.
  7. yw

    The abbreviation yw is an internet acronym for you’re welcome. Yw also sometimes stands for yeah, whatever and you whitey.

    SOHCAHTOA is a mnemonic device used to remember the ratios of sine, cosine, and tangent in trigonometry.
  9. gangster disciples

    Gangster Disciples

    The Gangster Disciples are a notorious street gang originating in Chicago, Illinois.
  10. Wonder Twins

    Wonder Twins

    The Wonder Twins are a pair of DC Comics superheroes with interconnected, shape-shifting superpowers, sometimes playfully or mockingly alluded to for other closely bonded duos.
  11. Three Percenter

    Three Percenter

    A Three Percenter is someone who advocates for a strict interpretation of the Second Amendment of the US constitution, strongly believing in armed rebellion against perceived government overreach, especially with respect to gun laws.
  12. Alaskan Bull Worm

    Alaskan Bull Worm

    The Alaskan Bull Worm is a formidable worm-like monster in the cartoon SpongeBob SquarePants.