To describe how you react when you see something of extreme coolness. Taken from the condition that dogs get called rabies, when foam starts coming from their mouth. Instead, this is what occurs when a person drools and it forms into a white, bubbly foam, especially after they see something cool, new or desirable. Although this is rarely seen, and this is probably a good thing, the term 'froth' is still used to describe how people react when they are faced with something that they want.
"Dude, have you seen Joey's new car?"
"Oh yeah, man! I froth over it!"
"Stop frothing over that new TV show, buddy"
"Janie from Class 12-B makes me froth"
5 november 2006
This is another acronym used to trick people into giving someone else something of benefit. In this situation, YCHJCYARODFTWB stands for "Your Curiosity Has Just Cost You A Round Of Drinks For The Whole Bar". It is commonly seen in country pubs hanging above the bar, and when asked what it means, they get the response and the pleasure of forking out money to pay for the other barfly's beers.
Person A: "What does YCHJCYARODFTWB mean?"
Bartender: "I wouldn't ask that if I were you."
Person A: "No, go on, tell me!'
Bartender: "Your curiosity has just cost you a round of drinks for the whole bar."
Person A: "Oh."
Bartender: "I warned you not to ask."
4 november 2006