Information fatigue syndrome (IFS) refers to the weariness and stress that result from having to deal with excessive amounts of information.
信息疲劳综合征（information fatigue syndrome，IFS）指因需要处理过多数量的信息而导致的倦怠和压力。
Text-killer is the final text, usually a one word reply, such as "yeah" and "haha ok", used to designate the end of the conversation. Unless you have a desperate texter on the other end.
No Collar refers to the new, exponentially emerging class rising up in America consisting of often over-qualified but unemployed persons.
Phubbing refers to the activity of being impolite in a social situation by looking at your phone instead of paying attention to the person you are with.
TV face is a condition in which a person's face becomes too relaxed from starting the same thing too long (watching TV).
Cheappuccino refers to any of the wide variety of flavored coffee drinks offered at convenience stores such as Circle K or 7 Eleven that can be purchased for less than half the price of a Starbucks cappuccino.
廉价咖啡指的是像Circle K或7 Eleven这样的便利店卖的各种口味的咖啡饮料，价钱还不到星巴克卡布奇诺的一半。
Fast food opinion is a blatantly regurgitated, prepackaged opinion. An opinion that requires no research, independent thought, wit, or creativity of one's own. It is generally political, or theological in nature.
Flipped classroom (or flip teaching) is a form of blended learning in which students learn new content online by watching video lectures, usually at home, and what used to be homework (assigned problems) is now done in class with teacher offering more personalized guidance and interaction with students, instead of lecturing. This is also known as backwards classroom, reverse instruction.
Laborhood refers to the neighborhood in which you work, if different from the neighborhood in which you live.
Eye broccoli refers to an unattractive person. This is the physical antithesis of eye candy, a phrase that first starting appearing in print in the mid-1980s and refers to visually appealing persons or effects used to draw mass attention. (Source: Word Spy)
Eye broccoli指长相普通，没什么姿色的人。这个词是eye candy的反义词，eye candy一词最早出现于20世纪80年代，指外表很有吸引力的人或者用于吸引大众注意的特殊效果。
When you see a group of girls or guys and they look hot, but when you see each person individually they are NOT. This is called "cheerleader effect".
Lightweight reader refers to someone who gets sleepy or passes out shortly after starting to read.
If someone have skinny look but is all flabby underneath, you can call him a skinny fat. When you touch skinny fat, your touching hand sinks into fat before reaching muscle.
Brand name-dropping describes the situation where someone attempts to impress others by frequently mentioning the brand names of goods that one owns, it is usually regarded negatively.
Ego waffles are "waffles made out of ego" which are usually consumed by narcissistic people in order to sustain a delicate ego. Everybody enjoy ego waffles.
Sleep tattoo refers to the markings on the body from sleeping for an extended period of time, caused by blankets, clothing, or any other thing one would sleep on. Commonly found on the chest, face, and arms. (Source: urbandictionary.com)
workjack occurs when you complete an assignment, project, or other accomplishment and a co-worker, supervisor, executive or other employee either
a. claims the credit for the work accomplished
b. discredits the work accomplished for no apparent reason
c. requests a lot of useless modifications or asks a lot of pointless questions to make the work seem inadequate
Media meshing is the activity of using hand-held electronic devices (e.g. mobile phones, tablet computers) to make comments or read about a TV program at the same time as watching it.
When a woman ends a heartbreaking relationship, she may give up dating with the opposite sex for a temporary period in an attempt to enhance her overall well-being, including her mental health and her physical appearance. This is called “boytox period”.
Subway salmons refers to the one or two people who insist on going up a stairway or down a stairway (usually after a train arrives at a subway stop) while all the people leaving the train are going in the opposite direction.
Holiday package anxiety refers to freaking-out over that special online purchase that's supposed to be delivered before Christmas.
The eleventh hour is used to describe the final moments of a given event, or situation where change is still a possibility.
Muffin-choker refers to a bizarre, sensational, or unbelievable news story.
Transition friend is a person that brings together two or more people that would otherwise not actually hang out. Sometimes people get to know each other through the “transition friend”.
An Internet meme, is some kind of idea or piece of information that spreads very rapidly across a large number of Internet users. It's a bit like the online equivalent of an inside joke, a fashionable, attention-grabbing concept that a large number of Internet users become aware of. A meme often takes the form of a hyperlink, propagated via e-mail, blogs, social networking, instant messaging, etc.
Coffee face refers to the ugly face people have in the morning before they drink their coffee. They will be much better once they have a cup of coffee.
Egyptian Days, also called Dismal Days, refer to days of the year that signify bad luck or ill omen.
Egyptian Days（或Dismal Days）指一年当中代表厄运或凶兆的那些日子，字面意思可称之为“埃及日”，也就是“不吉利的日子”。
Office rage refers to a fit of violent anger by an office worker due to nonperformance by equipment. It is normally directed at printers, computers, phones, etc.
It's referred to by some as "the stupid line," the line one crosses from taking a smart risk to taking a stupid risk. It's the difference between, say, learning to mountain climb with the proper gear or just setting out on your own. Or maybe choosing to leave your 10-year-old alone in a room with a lit fireplace, compared to leaving your one-year-old. The consequences of one choice are much different than the other.
YOLO is an acronym for "you only live once". Similar to carpe diem or memento mori, it implies that one should enjoy life, even if that entails taking risks.
Fat wife strategy refers to men's preference to marry a fat woman because they believe fat women can make better wives.
404 is used to describe someone who is clueless. This usage derives from the WWW error message, “404 Not Found”, meaning the requested document could not be located.
404被用来描述愚笨、无用之人。这一用法来源于网络上无法找到搜索页面时出现的“404 Not Found”错误提示信息。
Driveway effect describes a special quality exhibited by a radio program that causes listeners to stay in their cars s in their driveways long after they have arrived home so they can hear the end of the program.
Just when a pregnant woman might need to multitask, research has confirmed that the long-suspected "baby brain" effect kicks in, as suspected, and may impair memory for up to a year after birth.
Girl crush refers to the admiration or adoration that one girl has for another girl. It could be to do with hair, body, make-up, car, clothes, career, talents etc.
Cyberflaneur refers to a person who surfs the web with no purpose beyond curiosity and inquisitiveness.
Obligation trips are the trips that people make to witness other people's milestones like weddings, college graduations, or various kinds of reunions. They are not supposed to say no to these invitations and these trips are filling up their travel calendars and invading their savings.
Cockroach problem is a problem that is bigger than it initially appears.
Just-in-time lifestyle is a modern lifestyle in which people expend only the minimum effort to complete a task and rush from one appointment to another.
Jigsaw family is a household that includes two or more sets of children from the parents‘ previous relationships, in addition to any children they have together.
Dessert personality refers to the finding that people who like dessert are more likely to be kind and warmhearted. This word comes from an American research report, which revealed that people's dessert preferences have something to do with their dispositions. Girls with charming smiles or easygoing personalities are often described as "sweethearts."
Vertical sprawl refers to the unplanned addition of a large number of high-rise buildings in a relatively small area, leading to problems with traffic, parking, and infrastructure, as well as lessening culture and quality of life.