dtr
"down to run" a term used when asking a fellow runner if they would like to go for a jog.
yo jose are u dtr tomorrow morning?
lemony schumer tərəfindən 11 Sentyabr 2010
DTR
means down to rally. Used when referring to getting absolutely shit faced, this saying usually ends up in one having the time of their life.
Person A: Whats going on tonight?!
Person B: No clue yet, you know I'm always DTR though!
Mariski tərəfindən 16 May 2011
DTR
Down. To. Romp.

an expression used when a person is ready for a smanging.
Kiki: Who are you taking to prom Nikhil?
Nikhil: I don't know, probably Elana cause she seems DTR
Edgar: ....DTR? you mean DTF?
Nikhil: No, DTR. Down to romp. It's much classier
Edgar & Kiki: Ohhhh.
esauce tərəfindən 06 Aprel 2011
DTR
Down to relationship; when a girl explains that she is not necessarily dtf, but down for a relationship.
Fraternity brother 1: dude, she told me she's dtr, we gotta get the fuck outta here.

Fraternity brother 2: Thats the last time we come to a tri delt party, wtf bro.
ninja of love tərəfindən 11 Sentyabr 2010
DTR
Drunk Texter's Remorse. A condition from which the morning after being drunk one scrolls through sent and received text messages from the prior evening and regrets a large portion of them.
A: Hey, you were flirting with me last night.
B: I know, I woke up with DTR this morning.
ManderzJ tərəfindən 24 Aprel 2010
dtr
Define The Relationship. Usually, a convo sitting on one of many Vanguard benches.
Why is sally crying?
oh her and Tom were just sited dtring on the bench.
vulaguna tərəfindən 03 Fevral 2010
DTR
acronym for "Down to rape". A funnier take on DTF. can be used as a joke or to express being in the mood to go crazy, wreak havoc, and cause chaos.
Guy 1: "You ready for tonight man?!"
Guy 2: "Hell yeah nig im DTR!!!"
phantomrevenge tərəfindən 23 Dekabr 2010

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