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Last post Author Topic: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?  (Read 20370 times)

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #25 on: August 21, 2008, 09:35:20 PM »
Try mentioning his progress on his school work. He will INSTANTLY leave the conversation without a word

He will INSTANTLY do a mouser (translation by Phil  :))
I'd say "He will INSTANTLY mouser you" - I don't think Phil's form is a verb? (but hey, I could be wrong, I suck at grammar :))
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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #26 on: August 21, 2008, 09:49:37 PM »

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #27 on: August 21, 2008, 09:54:35 PM »
So mousey, how's school?

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #28 on: September 01, 2008, 07:10:04 AM »
I noticed it doesn't exist as an Urbandictionary term yet! Fantastic site by the way, if you like words and/or have a sense of humour ;)

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1.    Mouser    
one who has relations with a person of the opposite sex, who is at least 6-12 inches shorter.
Casey became a mouser when she hooked up with Paul S the wrester.

2.    Mouser    
Mouser(n) or (adj): Any person who kisses ass persistently.
On Police Academy 1 & 2, The ranking officer that always hated Mahoney; his side-kick Proctor was always kissing this Lt. ass...constantly.

Guy #1: Damn dude, why you always gotta be a mouser when Chris come to the hood?
Guy #2: Get off that shit man, I ain't mousin' him...dude be drivin' some tight rides yo! He's the man!
ass-kisser brown-nose brownie points kiss-up uncle-tom
   :huh:

Sent in the definitiion of the topic start, hopefully it will be accepted :P
« Last Edit: September 01, 2008, 07:14:54 AM by justice »

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #29 on: September 04, 2008, 04:46:13 AM »
I noticed it doesn't exist as an Urbandictionary term yet!

You looked up the wrong word. You should have searched for "mousered"

DC member hollowlife1987 submitted it about a year ago.  :D

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1. mousered    
   
1.) When a mouser gets distracted and goes off to do something else.
That mouser got distracted by the ball of yawn and mousered us.

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #30 on: September 04, 2008, 06:53:52 AM »
HAHAHA! Thats classic!  Way to go mousey! You made urban dictionary :)

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #31 on: September 04, 2008, 04:39:57 PM »
 >:(

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #32 on: September 04, 2008, 04:57:47 PM »
I noticed it doesn't exist as an Urbandictionary term yet!

You looked up the wrong word. You should have searched for "mousered"

DC member hollowlife1987 submitted it about a year ago.  :D

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1. mousered    
   
1.) When a mouser gets distracted and goes off to do something else.
That mouser got distracted by the ball of yawn and mousered us.

Well yes and no... the problem is that the definition of "mousered" applies to the actions of a "mouser", which is defined as either:

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1.    Mouser   
one who has relations with a person of the opposite sex, who is at least 6-12 inches shorter.
Casey became a mouser when she hooked up with Paul S the wrester.

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2.    Mouser   
Mouser(n) or (adj): Any person who kisses ass persistently.
On Police Academy 1 & 2, The ranking officer that always hated Mahoney; his side-kick Proctor was always kissing this Lt. ass...constantly.

Our mouser has never struck me as being a persistent kiss-ass and I have no idea about his personal life...
"Some people have a way with words, other people,... oh... have not way" - Steve Martin

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #33 on: September 04, 2008, 07:31:08 PM »
I vote for a definition change. It should be : When a person gets distracted and goes off to do something else.
John got distracted by the ball of yawn and mousered us.

It has nothing to do with a mouser (noun).

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #34 on: September 08, 2008, 11:13:06 AM »
Armando is absolutely correct...but how do you go about submitting corrections? And the original also contains a typo..."yawn" should have been "yarn".

Now if you combined the real definition of "mouser" with the urban dictionary one for "mousered" (without the typo) it makes more sense. (as well as mouser's forum avatar)

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n.

An animal, especially a cat, that catches mice.


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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #35 on: January 04, 2009, 02:46:05 AM »
Be advised, one of our recent new members to the IRC channel, during his first visit to the channel was in fact mousered. Below is an excerpt from the incident. Suspects have been brought in for questioning and Cody is being held without bond for obstruction of justice.

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[10:55] * dcjoshuaw (794fd262@widget.mibbit.com) has joined #donationcoder
[10:55] <Midion> :O I think that will work!
[10:55] <Midion> Thanks alot im reading the forum for the autoindex program now.
[10:55] <@Ehtyar> np, glad to help :)
[10:55] <@MouserBot> [DC Forum] Re: Invalid docking layout stream header - Clipboard Help+Spell - by jokimo - http://www.donationc....msg144987#msg144987
[10:55] <hamradio> hello
[10:55] <@Ehtyar> hey ham man
[10:59] <hamradio> sup
[11:01] <@MouserBot> [DC Forum] Re: NANY 2009 Release: Trout - N.A.N.Y. 2009 - by nogojoe - http://www.donationc....msg144988#msg144988
[11:04] * hamradio (~none@tn-76-7-186-118.dhcp.embarqhsd.net) Quit ( *POOF*)
[11:04] * Skwire (~skwire@24.144.4.58) Quit (Read error: Connection refused)
[11:05] * Skwire (~skwire@24.144.4.58) has joined #donationcoder
[11:06] * idc (idc@keep.it.real.with.consoletech.de) Quit (efnet.xs4all.nl irc.efnet.fr)
[11:08] * _idc (idc@keep.it.real.with.consoletech.de) has joined #donationcoder
[11:13] <dcjoshuaw> does anyone here know about writing plugins?
[11:13] <@Metshrine> For what Josh?
[11:13] <@Metshrine> FARR?
[11:14] <dcjoshuaw> sorry, for FARR
[11:14] <@Metshrine> What in particular do you require knowledge enhancement on?
[11:14] <dcjoshuaw> I'm using the c# sdk provided, but don't understand how FARR gets the results to display
[11:15] * superboya (~superboya@cpe-76-87-70-102.socal.res.rr.com) has joined #donationcoder
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[11:15] <dcjoshuaw> I use SearchBegins() to initiate the search, get my results, but how do they get back to FARR?
[11:16] <@Metshrine> Hmm, that's beyond my scope, I tell you what thou, hold out here, if you can, for about 10-15, someone might be available to assist
[11:18] <dcjoshuaw> I'll hang around, but I might be busy by that time to do much. Otherwise I'll post on the forum later
[11:22] * _idc is now known as idc
[11:24] <mouser> dcjoshuaw
[11:24] <mouser> i can help
[11:24] <mouser> but im going to be busy today
[11:24] <mouser> but there are several of us who work on farr
[11:24] <mouser> and can help
[11:24] <mouser> starting tomorrow
[11:38] <dcjoshuaw> sure mouser. Is it best to post on the forum instead? What time is it where you are, for reference?
[11:40] <@Metshrine> joshua: So you don't end up mousered, read here for definition: http://www.donationc...ex.php?topic=14426.0, i would post to the forums so he has record
[11:45] <dcjoshuaw> lol. Noted Metshrine. I've already posted to the forum, but Mouser himself didn't comment, so I figured he was away for the holidays or something, since he's usually pretty good with commenting on ppls threads. I was surprised he was around. I'll see whos around tomorrow else will post on the forum. Online help with this would be easier and faster I think
[11:46] <@Metshrine> Be warned, the mouser is a wiley creature and although he appears mild mannered on the web forum, he is far from that on IRC.

This is a classic example of a mouserer at work. Be warned, these creatures are nefarious and unrelenting in their mouserings and it is advised to avoid them at all costs.

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #36 on: January 05, 2009, 07:18:11 PM »
you know its bad when you term in "real life" at work or something... and people look at you funny.  :P then you have be like "oh never mind"...

But I also would like to say that Mouser cannot sit still to save his life. That guy must have random though processes that in the middle of one thing his brain goes and sais " hey why don't I go and make some pizza" thus leaving the conversation....

I admit that I am also like that at times, but at least I will say, BBL or something.... ;D

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #37 on: January 05, 2009, 08:19:53 PM »
Wonder how you code if you can't sit still? With my setup I could use voice recognition and walk around with a headset, but unless you have that and/or a wireless keyboard, its kind of difficult. Maybe that would explain the seemingly random releases/updates for his apps? :P

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #38 on: January 06, 2009, 12:46:59 AM »
So you were mousered in real life Della? That is a good first for this site!

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #39 on: November 20, 2011, 07:53:26 PM »
. Dunno why he puts up with this.

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #40 on: November 20, 2011, 07:54:59 PM »
It is all in good fun :)

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #41 on: November 20, 2011, 08:03:10 PM »
Is it? Do you think adding pressure to him, as you did in the YUMPS thread is helpful? Creative things take a certain degree of inspiration, it isn't like digging a ditch, where a bull-whip works best.

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #42 on: November 20, 2011, 08:48:21 PM »
No worries, all in good fun -- just don't spam the forum too much.
And remember to check your mail for my bill.  Each insult on my person will be met with a $10 invoice.

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #43 on: November 20, 2011, 09:09:44 PM »
$10 each or for every 5 a NANY pledge  ;)

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Re: What is a mouser? What does it mean to mouser someone?
« Reply #44 on: November 20, 2011, 09:25:06 PM »
$10? My word, am I in the hole! I must owe you several grand.