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15.
Acronym for Sex At Lunch Time.
We had salt in his office on the desk.
dodane przez givememore wrzesień 24, 2008
 
16.
Means that you feel stupid, blonde moment,you got "told"
Guytano ran into a door and broke his nose, *everyone around him yells SALT*
dodane przez Indicud maj 13, 2014
 
17.
smiled a little then stopped
in stead of saying L.O.L and lying to the person you are texting and you self say S.A.L.T.S.
dodane przez crazy_panda28 marzec 15, 2014
 
18.
Smiled A Little, Then Stopped. A more accurate acronym for those who use "LOL" too much.
Person 1: (Posts humorous picture, but not humorous enough to laugh audibly)
Person 2: "salts"
Person 3: "salts???"
Person 2: "smiled a little, then stopped"
Person 1: "makes sense lol"
Person 3: "lol oh okay lol"
dodane przez dbrickishawfurgesun grudzień 06, 2013
 
19.
When something didn't make you LOL, you just smiled-a-little-then-stopped.
Jen: I didn't get any sleep last night.
Brian: I can relate to that! salts
dodane przez Awynt lipiec 08, 2013
 
20.
Salt (verb): Is the act of throwing salt on someone who is annoying you. It derives from the television program "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" when the characters Dee and Dennis Reynolds throw salt on their garbage pail cousin "Gail The Snail". Salting the "Snail" acts as a repellent as it causes her to shrink from their presence.

Origin Episode: "The Gang Gives Frank an Intervention"
"I wish it wasn't socially unacceptable to salt someone."

"Nobody likes to salt the Snail, but she gives you no choice."

“There's not enough salt in the world for her!”
dodane przez Chemical Toilet sierpień 09, 2011
 
21.
A bad ass bitch. Does what she wants. Doesn't take anyone else's shit. Never gets fucked over...ALWAYS does the fucking. Getting caught is never an issue, because SALT always escapes and gets what she wants.
That Rita and Shannen are SALT, they never give a shit and are bad ass bitches. I wish I could be like those honey badgers.
dodane przez Queen Mathers czerwiec 23, 2011