'd

What is 'd?


1.

1. used to form the past-tense of a verb, especially of acronym-based verbs or those ending with otherwise an ‘e’ or one of the vowels<aeiouy> (as ending in ‘-ed’ looks a bit stilted when following an ‘e’), in addition to irregular, non-standard, nonlinear, and ‘created’ verbs.

2. used to form a past-participle (less necessary than is the 1st use).

1. In three swipes of his giant masamune, Sephiroth KO'd sprawny Sora. {Translation = In three swipes of his giant masamune, Sephiroth knocked-out sprawny Sora.}

“Did you get rubberband'd in the head again?” {Translation = “Did you get shot in the head by a rubberband again?”

2. As Joey listened to some now-retro'd 90's music on his car radio, his girlfriend, Karen, went on chitchatting with her bffl Sammy in the backseat.

History of the Suffix: in old times, 'd was used to form the past-tense of ALL verbs, especially in print. Example: Ole Faithful rang'd the City Bell at the stroke of Dawn.

2.

Suffix that can be tagged to any word, making it a verb. Often used by Strongbad in Teen Girl Squad.

360 half claf to boneless...'d.

That guy got totally possum'd.

His face was all like nose'd.

3.

A suffix that can be hooked onto a celebirty's name in order to describe an action taken place that resembles that of the celebirty's behavior.

-He O.J.'dwhen he got away with murder.

-He Kobe'd when he raped that girl.

-He R. Kelly'dwhen he slept with a 13-year old.

-He Michael Jackson'dwhen he touched that 7-year-old boy.

4.

a suffix used by geeks in forums and they add it on to a word to try to flame posters and have nothing better to say

topic creator:hey check out this porn site

next poster:banned'd

topic creator:hey i just found this on the internet

next poster:OLD'D

5.

Added to the end of a word by forumites to add ownage to a word.

User1: He spammed up the boards and the kicked him out.

User2: He got Banned'D!

6.

1. used to form the past-tense of a verb, especially of acronym-based verbs or those ending with otherwise an ‘e’ or one of the vowels<aeiouy> (as ending in ‘-ed’ looks a bit stilted when following an ‘e’), in addition to irregular, non-standard, nonlinear, and ‘created’ verbs.

2. suffix used to form a past-participle (less necessary than is the 1st use).

1. In three swipes of his giant masamune, SephirothKO'd sprawny Sora. {Translation = In three swipes of his giant masamune, Sephiroth knocked-out sprawny Sora.}

“Didjuh get rubberband'd in the head again?” {Translation = “Did you get shot in the head by a rubberband again?”

2. As Joey listened to some now- retro'd 90's music on his car radio, his girlfriend, Karen, went on chitchatting with her bffl Sammy in the backseat.

History of the Suffix: in old times, ‘'d’ was used to form the past-tense of ALL verbs, especially in print. Example: Ole Faithful ring'd the City Bell at the stroke of Dawn.

7.

Suffix used for abbreviations that lamers tend to stick onto full words for absolutely no reason.

Don't use "'d" incorrectly. It'll only make you look like a n00b.


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