Define Changing Meaning


Go away, I'm...changing.
By Dodie
Change Change
When one intends to give you your change for an item whilst withholding the coinage that usually is included so that the transaction is quicker and less messy with jiggly change in ones pockets.

Shaun R. - "Do you have the change for the beer?"
Mike S. - "Yeah *hands me $7*, but I don't have your change change."
Shaun R. - "That's all right, I just wanted the bills anyways."
By Carlen
A word used SO much in the 2008 presidential campaigns that it no longer holds any meaning.

"The American people want change." -- Pick a Candidate
By Elnora
1. n. The greatest song.
2. pl. Plural of change

I see no changes.
Now there are.
By Concettina

By Meara

Times are a-changing.
By Hollie

"I see no changes. Wake up in the morning and I ask myself,
"Is life worth living? Should I blast myself?"
I'm tired of bein' poor and even worse I'm black.
My stomach hurts, so I'm lookin' for a purse to snatch.
Cops give a damn about a negro? Pull the trigger, kill a nigga, he's a hero.
Give the crack to the kids who the hell cares? One less hungry mouth on the welfare."
By Annabela
The Change
Cessation of menstruation; menopause. (First popularized on the 1970s sitcom 'All in the Family'.)

A. My wife is having hot flashes. I think she's going through "the change".
B. Shit dude, after your wife goes through "the change", you can jizz in her all you want.
By Dulciana
IN OTHER WORDS: days, weeks or months; extra time or extended time

By Silva
No Change There
A witty response to a comment somebody else made, commonly used to insult a person.
Works in a similar way to that's what she said.

Boy 1: "Dude, this zit on my face makes me look really ugly"
Boy 2: "No change there"

Girl 1: "That dress Mary is wearing makes her look sooooo fat"
Girl 2: "No change there"
By Juieta