A Swedish word that describes an amount. It originates from the vikings. If they only had one cup to drink beer from, it was passed around the table, and each person should only drink an amount that made sure everybody would get some (Laget om = For everyone in the team). Therefore the amount is not always the same. If they had a lot of beer, they could drink more and the other way around. Basically it means "the perfect amount". However it has been defined (as a student prank) in the city of Lund, Sweden so you can actually go there to find out the exact definition...
- How much food do you want?

- Lagom (i.e. not too much, not too little)

- How far are we walking?
- Lagom
by Medde November 13, 2009
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The greasy, sluggish lovemaking that happens on Thanksgiving.
After eatinng 3 pounds of gravy at my grandma's house, greg tried to cornucopulate with me, which ended with a heavy nap.
by Turkey rubnits November 1, 2011
responding to a person telling you what to do, explaining that you will do it.
mom: go wash the dishes and take out the trash
me: yes chef
by baldy2469 August 8, 2017
Anyone who claims they are a "fan" of a particular sports team, even though they had no prior support for/interest in the team until that team started winning. These types of fans only show playoff interest, have probably never watched a regular season game, don't own any type of team merchandise, nor would they buy any.
Everyone in Cleveland became a bandwagon fan only after LeBron James got drafted and they made the playoffs.
by mikeyJ4U May 28, 2009
A day where nothing special or exciting is happening.
“Today is such a filler episode.”
I know right? Nothing new.”
by Maciii August 31, 2022
A wing man that sticks around when his services are no longer needed.
Jerry was such a cling man last night, he even came back to my house with the girl he just setted me up with.
by Your the doo doo to my butt January 21, 2019
The image of a whale being carried by a number of birds that appears when the Twitter website is overloaded or has failed. Failwhale appears to now have his/her own fanclub.

Word origin: from fail + whale (probably for rhyming purposes).
Sad that Twitter had failed just when he needed it most, he was somewhat consoled by the appearance of his beloved Failwhale.
by NenyaQuende June 16, 2008