What is /?
character appended to the beginning of a word to denote that anything preceeding this word is now complete or terminated. Taken from hypertext language tag conventions.
No known pronounciation when used in this context.
So I am just tired of hearing her whine.
The root filepath in linux. The place where everything starts in linux.
The beginning of the filesystem
The best thing ever.
The pairing of two male characters from any fandom, also used to denote a
That is called shohen-ai or something. I can't spell it. I'm not Japanese.
fuckwad: "Did you read that new South Park yaoi doishiji?"
Figure.10: *quizical glance* "Uh..you mean the South Park slash comic?"
Later that day---
Figure.10: "la la de da la la.."
Rabid fangirls: "ATTACK!!!"
Figure.10: "HOLY JESUS CHRISPY MONKEY BALLS!!!!"
Used in fanfiction to define a romantic pairing, usually slash.
In the Panic! At The Disco fandom, the most common slash pairing is Ryan/Brendon.
symbol linking two characters in a movie, game, manga, book or whatever in a romantic way. You don't say it, though, it's just written.
In Harry Potter, I ship Harry/Draco
usually what is pressed by weak pinkies while typing a question.
<iPwnn00bslol> I r teh having much of fun f@gs
1. Common name for the slant
2. Coder/Hacker/1337's syntax for saying "whatever follows this slash is now over/stopped/done having an effect"
3. Used in combination and often rendered as a virgule in print.
1. `/', ASCII 0101111)
2. /stupid example
3. a waiter/dancer/single mom.
this emoticon is the same as saying: =/ OR :/
Man! I cant go out tonight... /