by Kurumi August 17, 2004
The first definition is self-explanatory. But, I like to have fun with the second one. How about AN EXTREME NAP? Maybe EXTREME DEODERANT? Maybe EXTREME BAGELS at Brueger's. You get the idea. The word is EXTREMELY overused.
by tradesman May 6, 2003
someone or something that goes way beyond any normal parameters. an event to take special note of. originally coined in Chester by a group of sad young men looking to try an increase the size of their chodes. it didnt help. they do argue however, that oral sex did.
that was extreme!
by Appo November 10, 2003
by Andy June 11, 2004
"Hey, check this out, I was walking down the street and then jumped off the kerb...to the extreme!"
"psht, I jumped off a kerb last week to the X-Treme, that's right, no "E" at the start!"
"Holy shit, you're my hero, can I have your babies?"
"No, your uterus couldn't handle my X-TREME sperm."
by Ian "The Main Man" Mckenna April 21, 2005
Pee Wee Herman is not extreme.
by Bundtcake October 20, 2006
1. Rooted in ESPN's "X-Games" concept for extreme sports, it is now an invaluable adjective that describes things that are inherently much better.
1. Extreme is also used as a noun for routine exercise.
"Excuse me, I found regular yogart in the dairy section, but I was wondering if you had any extreme yogart?"
"Are we going to do extreme today?"
is better way of saying
"Are we going to the gym today?"
by Christopher Garza February 4, 2005