1. v. To announce to someone that one knows the other's lies or intentions.
2. v. To announce another's intent to ask someone out. Usu
. occurs in social situations involving at least three people. Suppose persons A, B, C, and perhaps other friends are in a restaurant. Person A secretly wants in person B's
pants, and is offering a favor or something else in an attempt to get on B's good side. Person C
realizes what is going on, and says to B, "He's only doing this because he wants to tickle your bojangles
." Person C is said to be calling out
Even if person C
said that as a joke, it still alerts person B to A's intentions. If you call out a friend in this matter, you are being an incredible asshole to them, even if you may not realize it.
3. v. The literal definition. To call out with one's voice. Duh.
4. n. Used in online gaming, chatrooms
, and chatrooms for games. A message that typically goes to everyone connected to the server. Also called a shout, or a shout out. Generally used by loudmouths to tell 500 people "hello".
1. "Adolf, I know you tell me that you love me very much, but the KGB have discovered plans for something called "Operation Barbarossa
." I really hope you aren't scheming behind my back."
"Of course not, dear Jo-Jo. I would never hurt you. You mean the world to me."
2. When Juan called out Bryce in front of Melanie, he practically condemned him to having to pay for sex for the next month.
3. I call out.
kumquat69 shouts: hey everybody
doubleOzero shouts: im back!!!!
costanza shouts: HELLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
12packsaday shouts: im leaving for a smoke break
turdretractor shouts: i love chocolate
zombiekid shouts: i like turtles
gibmelson shouts: i hate wejs
shouts: i love cats