A highly overused phrase intended to attract attention to something which would otherwise probably be ignored. Oddly, "Must" means mandatory, but the Secret Police won't come around to haul you off to a forced labor camp if you don't.
by joef1949 January 3, 2017
by dwarfer boy August 10, 2010
by Richard Bourque December 15, 2005
by p tasty November 8, 2010
Used by workplace managers and bosses to lay guilt and shame upon their employee’s vacation plans and/or anything that is not work oriented.
Usually preceded with a "Hmm.." or an "Oh..wow" and sometimes just an eyebrow raise and nod of the head.
-Employee (sheepishly): "So uh, I am thinking of taking an extra day off after Memorial Day for..uh.."
-Boss (sternly): "Oh wow! --- really?...for what?"
-Employee: "Well...something...you know...well I just need that day off."
-Boss: "Hmmm... Must Be Nice
by MScott May 22, 2008
Suffix that can be applied to any noun to signify "it" is deeply hated by the speaker. The most effective use of "must die" lies in the modification of a person's name. Repeated use can impact complete restructuring of a person's identity.
1) "What, your platonic male acquaintance climbed into your bed while you slept and put his gross fat hand on you? Ok that's it: John must die."
2) "Hey you see that guy across the street in the blue cardigan? That's my neighbour Steve-Must-Die. You know, the one who says he's a DJ?"
by misscatfrommtl September 25, 2006
by Bladed June 2, 2010