Ever heard of cheappuccino? (the kind of coffee one would buy at 7/11 or McDonalds)What about geriatric bypass? (the act of denying one's actual age to give the impression of being younger) Lapflaps? (actually I would prefer the definition that came to mind when I first saw this word--that being said, the definition on record is "pieces of paper that fall out of magazines and into your lap").
Apparently the good folk at Urban Dictionary are keeping abreast of things so we won't have to and compiling lists of slang, along with definitions. I'm sorry, but I don't necessary buy that any living person uses "geriatric bypass" in a sentence. Although I will start saying Cheappucino, that's just spot on.
The site, which has been around since 1999, will send you words and definition to facebook, or twitter, or even an phone app. It's obvious meant as a bit of fun rather than a serious attempt to track changes in cultural linguistics. Give it a visit and see what HBIC might be, or what a "Stall stall" is.
Me? I plan on following on twitter. It's a chuckle. Be warned, sometimes it can be a bit risque.