35 definitions by Stephanie M.

A word coined by fans of the Dynasty Warriors video games with two usages. Derived from Lu Bu, a character in these video games.

"Lu Bu'd" is sometimes used as an adjective by fans to describe a character whose attack power has been substantially increased, making him or her as powerful as Lu Bu and as difficult to defeat.

"Lu Bu'd" can also mean the act of being defeated by Lu Bu, or a Lu Bu'd character. With this usage, it means the same thing as owned.
"OMFG, Lu Bu'd Zhao Yun in the Nanman Campaign is almost impossible to defeat."

"Dude, you've been Lu Bu'd."
Beküldő: Stephanie M. 2003. október 16.
Means 'yes,' 'exactly,' 'right,' or 'that's correct.' The word appears to be derived from the English word 'exactly.'
"So, you're taking Heather out to the dance?"
"Exactamundo!"
Beküldő: Stephanie M. 2003. október 27.
Alternative name for the city of Manchester, New Hampshire, USA. The word was coined by combining the first part of "Manchester" with the second word in "Las Vegas," juxtaposing Las Vegas's glitz and glamor with Manchester's lack of either. Used derisively.
"So are we going out tonight?"
"We live in Manch-Vegas. The hottest spot open this late is Wal-Mart."
Beküldő: Stephanie M. 2003. december 19.
A manga artist/writer/creator.
Rumiko Takahashi, the creator of Inuyasha and Ranma 1/2, is one of the most popular mangaka in Japan today.
Beküldő: Stephanie M. 2003. október 25.
Colored sugar powder sold by Willy Wonka in thin paper tubes. When ingested, it quickly produces an intense sugar high, and so is sometimes called "cocaine for kids."
I once ate 25 Pixy Stix in under a minute. My hands were still shaking an hour later.
Beküldő: Stephanie M. 2003. december 29.
Small candy wafers that have a sweet, almost fruity taste. They come in many different pastel colors, and are sold in cellophane-wrapped stacks. Manufactured by CE DE Candy company, and available in the US and Canada.
Contrary to popular belief, eating Smarties does not make you smart.
Beküldő: Stephanie M. 2003. december 29.
Author of the classic fantasy novels Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. His full name is "John Ronald Reuel Tolkien." He was born in South Africa in 1892, but grew up in England, and died there in 1973. Aside from writing, he was a linguist and a professor of Old English at Oxford University.
Have you read these books by J.R.R. Tolkien?
Beküldő: Stephanie M. 2003. október 14.

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