old
You begin to be old when people who deliver pizzas are systematically younger than you.

(See young)
Anyway im even too old to command pizzas by now.
por Flaz 09 de Janeiro de 2006
The opposite of news. When news become old and the less intellectual call it old news, which is an oxymoron.

Similarly, old newspapers are called oldspapers.
Guy1: Dude, I just read about the WTC and 9/11.
Guy2: That's olds,man. Start reading the news more often.
por futureking 15 de Agosto de 2007
old
Something or someone outdated, obsolete, no longer needed.
"A person can die at age 100 and not be considered old it seems."
-me

"5.25'' disks? Those are old man, obsolete. Why're you still using that?"
por Dave 26 de Março de 2004
Old
20 years older than I am
If you are 10, 30 is old

If you are 30, 50 is old

If you are 50, 70 is old

and so on...
por Kyleriscool 21 de Outubro de 2011
Derogatory term for "old people" senior citizens.
Much like the use of terms "Blacks, whites, chinks, japs..." etc.
Why should olds be aloud to vote in this college town when we make up over half the population and will probably outlive them here?
por DrKrey 17 de Fevereiro de 2011
Old
madonna
"dude, look at the old overexposed hag"
por Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwww 24 de Janeiro de 2009
OLD
Abbreviation for Old, Lying, and Delirious. Used to specify exactly what kind of elderly person one is dealing with.
Sarah: Why did Mr. Perkins say that he saw me kill a baby in Vietnam?

Annabelle: Don't blame him. He's just old.

Sarah: I'm only 22. I wasn't even born when the Vietnam War was going on!

Annabelle: He's not just old, he's OLD.
por One dude. 26 de Maio de 2009

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