a word where one syllable is replaced by the sequence “bro”, that means the same as the original word but in the context of bros and otherwise sounds the same or similar (e.g. bromonym and h*m*nym)
below are some examples of bromonyms for those needing to brush up on their “brocabulary”. (vocabulary)
me and my bro are kickin’ it with video games being couch “brotatoes”. (couch potatoes)
this is my best bro, you could say we’re “bromigos”. (amigos)
- burgular bar
bars, (often made of medal), that protect a doorway or window from burgulars. the man can try and get me but he got to make it through my burgular bar.
- b*ttermilk leather
material used in a pants worn by 100% metros*xual males transplanted from new jersey to southern california. my snug b*ttermilk leather pants excite everyone in the room!
- captain *n*s
captain *n*s – referring to a humorous and uninhibited social group member. often the person who takes a joke “one step too far”. we were all laughing at the series of double entendre until captain *n*s took it one step too far, but graphically describing the coloration of his *n*l region.
the month long celebration in october where you spike your friends drinks with an mdma capsule, and tell them later if at all. 1. *finishes drink * i might head home 2. you’ll want to stay out now … happy captober! 1. i hate you all. lets go dance