Couch Potatoe last edited by
To meddle and give unwanted advice. kuh-Ib-itz
Agnes last edited by
To sit in on a conversation, meeting, card-game or online chat and offer unsolicited, informal comments. The original meaning from Yiddish (kibitzen, derived from German kiebitzen - to be an onlooker or spectator) had a negative connotation of being a busybody or giving intrusive, meddlesome, unwanted advice. However, in contemporary US usage, it has become friendlier.
Sarah last edited by
to give unwanted or intrusive advice to someone in a game or performance while watching(from German Via Yiddish)
Sonia last edited by
Kibitz: to sit out of a game and just watch.
Derivatives include kibitzing and kibitzed.
Lanell last edited by
A top secret organization that is devoted to stealing peoples passwords and talking about music.